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November 07, 2018, 12:04:39 AM
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Any ideas where that large portion of unknown hash 150mh (30% total hashrate) is coming from?
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November 07, 2018, 12:33:52 AM
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Any ideas where that large portion of unknown hash 150mh (30% total hashrate) is coming from?

Anonymous coin, anonymous hash ... could be sys admins in universities etc , or botnets ... doesn't really matter.
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November 07, 2018, 12:39:26 AM
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Any ideas where that large portion of unknown hash 150mh (30% total hashrate) is coming from?

https://miningpoolstats.stream/monero

This are best pools stats.   On chart you were looking was missing some pools. Numbers also change, so you need to look many times to get clear picture.  Right now it shows that 15% dont belong to any known pool.

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November 07, 2018, 04:02:30 AM
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Guys what do you think about new exchange https://www.tokens.net?

I've seen a short message here about that exchange. So I've tried it. What could I say - the GUI is close to perfect, quite intuitive. I've registered, enabled 2FA and performed test XMR deposits/LTC withdrawals. It's important to note, LTC withdrawals are instant, opposite to Binance where they may take as long as 5-10 minutes, up to 30 minutes.

Site certificate is more trusted (extended validation with large green company name TOKEN HOLDINGS LTD), compared to Binance that has "bare" certificate.

What about trade volumes - that are quite low compared to Binance, sometimes it's difficult to exchange small amounts of XMR < 1.

What about payment ids - they are not used at all. Once your deposit XMR address is generated, it is used without payment id. It seems a bit danger to me, because as I know I has no "official" ways to prove I made a transaction to that address.

As a summary, https://www.tokens.net seems quite useful for small transactions.

And what do you think guys?


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November 07, 2018, 08:14:59 AM
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Any ideas where that large portion of unknown hash 150mh (30% total hashrate) is coming from?

The has rate rose a lot in the last few days. Are they from FPGA?
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November 07, 2018, 02:31:09 PM
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The Monero Moon (Issue 9) is out now. Get your weekly Monero newsletter fix right here kids!
https://medium.com/@johnfoss/the-monero-moon-issue-9-f05526401aa3
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November 07, 2018, 03:00:32 PM
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@Bepesand

You can not speculate, what kind of hardware are miners using, depending on what pool they are mining on. You can mine with any CPU and any GPU on any pool or solo or private pool.

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November 07, 2018, 03:58:30 PM
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https://twitter.com/AlexSaundersAU/status/1059010548690378753?s=20


@fluffypony , please do an interview with alex saunders!

It would be nice to get that. I think if you take into account that he likes our project, it is not difficult. The main thing is that he showed prospects to his subscribers because there are a lot of investors and funds listening to him.
And they decide on the purchase of an asset or its sale precisely from such articles and recommendations. As a balina, but only for intellectuals who are interested in the technology.
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November 07, 2018, 09:47:42 PM
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Guys what do you think about new exchange https://www.tokens.net?

I've seen a short message here about that exchange. So I've tried it. What could I say - the GUI is close to perfect, quite intuitive. I've registered, enabled 2FA and performed test XMR deposits/LTC withdrawals. It's important to note, LTC withdrawals are instant, opposite to Binance where they may take as long as 5-10 minutes, up to 30 minutes.

Site certificate is more trusted (extended validation with large green company name TOKEN HOLDINGS LTD), compared to Binance that has "bare" certificate.

What about trade volumes - that are quite low compared to Binance, sometimes it's difficult to exchange small amounts of XMR < 1.

What about payment ids - they are not used at all. Once your deposit XMR address is generated, it is used without payment id. It seems a bit danger to me, because as I know I has no "official" ways to prove I made a transaction to that address.

As a summary, https://www.tokens.net seems quite useful for small transactions.

And what do you think guys?


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Thats OK, I'm not trusting anything that has token in its name. Smiley

Besides binance has been great.

Any ideas where that large portion of unknown hash 150mh (30% total hashrate) is coming from?

The has rate rose a lot in the last few days. Are they from FPGA?

They finally shipped a batch that was pre ordered in june or july and released a cryptonote7/8 bitstream so probably.




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November 08, 2018, 03:44:28 PM
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Hello guys, can someone please help me with this answer.

Does someone know where I can find a  open source code wallet ios / android for monero?

I need the open source code for a project

Thanks
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November 08, 2018, 06:36:14 PM
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Hello guys, can someone please help me with this answer.

Does someone know where I can find a  open source code wallet ios / android for monero?

I need the open source code for a project

Thanks

Cakewallet for iOS and monerujo for Android are both open source afaik.
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November 09, 2018, 02:47:42 PM
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Monerujo: The Open-Source Android Wallet for Monero [XMR]

Monerujo Android Wallet is an open source wallet for Monero. The wallet stores Monero coins, and was the very first application to do so. This wallet’s developers have recently come up with a new layout which makes the app look more professional. It also consists of some additional features like restoring view-only wallet, and old wallet via private keys, etc. It makes it easy for users to make XMR transactions in a not only safe but also quick manner.

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November 09, 2018, 03:27:51 PM
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Hello guys, can someone please help me with this answer.

Does someone know where I can find a  open source code wallet ios / android for monero?

I need the open source code for a project

Thanks

Cakewallet for iOS and monerujo for Android are both open source afaik.


Thanks for the answer, I have a few more questions, hope you can also help me

1.- Are they reliable?
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November 09, 2018, 10:28:53 PM
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Hello guys, can someone please help me with this answer.

Does someone know where I can find a  open source code wallet ios / android for monero?

I need the open source code for a project

Thanks

Cakewallet for iOS and monerujo for Android are both open source afaik.


Thanks for the answer, I have a few more questions, hope you can also help me

1.- Are they reliable?


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November 09, 2018, 10:39:46 PM
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Monerujo: The Open-Source Android Wallet for Monero [XMR]

Monerujo Android Wallet is an open source wallet for Monero. The wallet stores Monero coins, and was the very first application to do so. This wallet’s developers have recently come up with a new layout which makes the app look more professional. It also consists of some additional features like restoring view-only wallet, and old wallet via private keys, etc. It makes it easy for users to make XMR transactions in a not only safe but also quick manner.

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This is good news, that means with the wallet may access some monero wallet in one application and they can also easily make a transaction without typing the address manually Monero. In addition as an open wallet minero can also see the code so keeping security wallet.

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November 10, 2018, 10:49:48 AM
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Monerujo: The Open-Source Android Wallet for Monero [XMR]

Monerujo Android Wallet is an open source wallet for Monero. The wallet stores Monero coins, and was the very first application to do so. This wallet’s developers have recently come up with a new layout which makes the app look more professional. It also consists of some additional features like restoring view-only wallet, and old wallet via private keys, etc. It makes it easy for users to make XMR transactions in a not only safe but also quick manner.

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Good wallet, I haven't really used it a lot but everything went smooth for now. Everyone should get few cɱ on mobile wallets and encourage businesses to accept Monero. Just ask "Do you accept Monero?" and that's it. And of course if they say yes - pay with Monero. Smiley Now fees are so low that this is totally reasonable.

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November 10, 2018, 08:10:08 PM
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The Monero Moon (Issue 9) is out now. Get your weekly Monero newsletter fix right here kids!
https://medium.com/@johnfoss/the-monero-moon-issue-9-f05526401aa3


Just read it. The text itself is good and rich of events on Monero scene. But the font and make-up are poor. They make difficult to read the otherwise very interesting info and facts... Could you use just 1 font (without Italic variants, etc.) and just 2-3 font sizes?

Overall impression is good, but font and make-up... I hope you'll fix them.
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November 10, 2018, 11:08:21 PM
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The Monero Moon (Issue 9) is out now. Get your weekly Monero newsletter fix right here kids!
https://medium.com/@johnfoss/the-monero-moon-issue-9-f05526401aa3


Just read it. The text itself is good and rich of events on Monero scene. But the font and make-up are poor. They make difficult to read the otherwise very interesting info and facts... Could you use just 1 font (without Italic variants, etc.) and just 2-3 font sizes?

Overall impression is good, but font and make-up... I hope you'll fix them.


the Italics are usued correctly so I'm not sure what you mean. AFA font size well thats pretty much just for formatting and I really don't see a problem with it.

Maybe because you are not a native English speaker?

I recommend taking a specific section that you find distasteful and post it here and change the format to what you would recommend for the formatting.

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November 11, 2018, 11:06:46 AM
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I have question. Will Monero not connect if the GUI is an old version?  I am running old version and it isn't working.  I see  "waiting for daemon to sync. Thanks for any answer.

Correct. You ought to run the most recent version (GUI v0.13.0.4), which can be found here:

https://reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/9ti2on/gui_v01304_beryllium_bullet_released/

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This version, if using your own (local) node, requires a database conversion, which may take a few hours and the GUI may show that it's Disconnected (or unable to connect) from the daemon (monerod). I'd advise to simply let it run and after the database conversion has completed the GUI will connect back to the daemon (monerod).

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