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December 10, 2018, 05:54:44 PM
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I've check a few exchanges... monero wallets are all in maintenace...

Why is that? Is that still because of the last fork? When can we expect to have exchanges wallets functional again? Is there an exchange witch already has wallet in ok status?

Thanks

To which particular exchanges does this apply?

Livecoin and mercatox are in maintenance...  

Which exchange do you use?

Poloniex, Kraken, Bittrex and Huobi.   None of them have wallet in maintenance.

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December 10, 2018, 06:48:11 PM
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An Empirical Analysis of Monero Cross-Chain Traceability

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Our findings suggest that Monero is currently mostly immune to known passive attack vectors and resistant to tracking and tracing methods applied to other cryptocurrencies.

https://arxiv.org/abs/1812.02808

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December 11, 2018, 08:39:27 AM
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For many people, anonymity is a big downside. There are lots of people who like the idea of public transactions because of the “got nothing to hide” mentality and they feel public transaction information would prevent people from getting ahead that aren’t abiding by the rules as stringently. XMR needs to come up with decent sales pitch.
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December 11, 2018, 09:01:16 AM
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For many people, anonymity is a big downside. There are lots of people who like the idea of public transactions because of the “got nothing to hide” mentality and they feel public transaction information would prevent people from getting ahead that aren’t abiding by the rules as stringently. XMR needs to come up with decent sales pitch.

Why? you want a transparent ledger coin, you have bitcoin. HTH


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December 11, 2018, 09:22:50 AM
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Couple of questions about the CLI (linux).
Why does Monero still allow you to choose ring size?  I thought all rings were 11 now.  But the transfer command still has a ring size option.
I'm using 13.0.4
Code:
[wallet 4351f7]: help transfer
Command usage:
  transfer [index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]] [<priority>] [<ring_size>] (<URI> | <address> <amount>) [<payment_id>]
So what's up with that?

Also, I was reading this reddit thread about tx priority
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7riu47/how_do_i_change_a_transactions_priority_fee/
I guess if you don't set priority, it goes to default, but what is default?  Is there a command that I can use to find out what my default transaction priority is set to?

Code:
[wallet 4351f7]: help set priority
Command usage:
  set <option> [<value>]

Command description:
  Available options:
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   priority [0|1|2|3|4]
     Set the fee to default/unimportant/normal/elevated/priority.
would the syntax of the command to set default priority to normal, for example, be
Code:
set priority [2]
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December 11, 2018, 09:45:51 AM
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Couple of questions about the CLI (linux).
Why does Monero still allow you to choose ring size?  I thought all rings were 11 now.  But the transfer command still has a ring size option.
I'm using 13.0.4
Code:
[wallet 4351f7]: help transfer
Command usage:
  transfer [index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]] [<priority>] [<ring_size>] (<URI> | <address> <amount>) [<payment_id>]
So what's up with that?

I think that you just get an error if you try to set it to anything other than 11.

Also, I was reading this reddit thread about tx priority
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7riu47/how_do_i_change_a_transactions_priority_fee/
I guess if you don't set priority, it goes to default, but what is default?  Is there a command that I can use to find out what my default transaction priority is set to?

The default is 0. If you want to see what it's currently set to, just type "set priority" and it'll show you.

would the syntax of the command to set default priority to normal, for example, be
Code:
set priority [2]

It'd just be "set priority 2". The square brackets aren't part of the command, they just tell you that it is an optional parameter (similarly, angled brackets <> just tell you that it is a required parameter)
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December 11, 2018, 03:19:27 PM
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For many people, anonymity is a big downside. There are lots of people who like the idea of public transactions because of the “got nothing to hide” mentality and they feel public transaction information would prevent people from getting ahead that aren’t abiding by the rules as stringently. XMR needs to come up with decent sales pitch.

Everyone can reveal their transactions. They can hide nothing if they want. But they also dont need to be afraid to get dirty coins. That is big problem of transparent ledger coins. You and exchanges and everyone else have to make extra effort to be sure what kind of Bitcoins he got.   With Monero you have zero worries since each Monero is totally same as all  the rest.

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December 11, 2018, 04:47:00 PM
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For many people, anonymity is a big downside. There are lots of people who like the idea of public transactions because of the “got nothing to hide” mentality and they feel public transaction information would prevent people from getting ahead that aren’t abiding by the rules as stringently. XMR needs to come up with decent sales pitch.

Everyone can reveal their transactions. They can hide nothing if they want. But they also dont need to be afraid to get dirty coins. That is big problem of transparent ledger coins. You and exchanges and everyone else have to make extra effort to be sure what kind of Bitcoins he got.   With Monero you have zero worries since each Monero is totally same as all  the rest.

@cool4y, This is called fungability. It is the most important aspect of a privacy coin.

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December 11, 2018, 05:46:13 PM
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https://forum.getmonero.org/8/funding-required/91206/moneromooo-january-march-coding

c'mon people, donate like 1$. It only costs 0.2 cents ( thats 0.002 $ for those that have trouble with this ... like verizon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MShv_74FNWU ).


seriously, monero would be like a potato in a bucket without mooooooo. Lets make this the most number of donations for a FFS ever. Send 1$ worth. Hell, send 10 cents worth.

monero has microtransactions yay. Who wants coffee? Private coffee chain thank god I was worried.

I want to donate, is it possible to do it in BTC? I might make a donation right now...

Donations in XMR are more difficult to do, since there is no user-friendly wallet using remote servers, like Electrum. Or I am wrong and could you give me a download link to Electrum-like app for XMR?
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December 11, 2018, 05:57:54 PM
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For many people, anonymity is a big downside. There are lots of people who like the idea of public transactions because of the “got nothing to hide” mentality and they feel public transaction information would prevent people from getting ahead that aren’t abiding by the rules as stringently. XMR needs to come up with decent sales pitch.

No no no. You don't understand the things in depth. Just consider XMR network like a one Big Bank. Do you know any real-world bank that makes all the transfers and balances of their clients officially transparent to public domain, like BTC blockchain?! No!

That's why BTC as a currency sucks more than bank accounts: only restricted number of bank employees do know your transfers and balances, not the whole world. In XMR blockchain, no side people know your transfers and balances at all. That's why XMR rules forever as currency.

But of course, if we speak outside notion of Currency, transparent blockchains may be useful. For example, if you want to prove your ownership rights on something (google also "proof of existence").

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December 11, 2018, 06:16:19 PM
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https://forum.getmonero.org/8/funding-required/91206/moneromooo-january-march-coding

c'mon people, donate like 1$. It only costs 0.2 cents ( thats 0.002 $ for those that have trouble with this ... like verizon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MShv_74FNWU ).


seriously, monero would be like a potato in a bucket without mooooooo. Lets make this the most number of donations for a FFS ever. Send 1$ worth. Hell, send 10 cents worth.

monero has microtransactions yay. Who wants coffee? Private coffee chain thank god I was worried.

I want to donate, is it possible to do it in BTC? I might make a donation right now...

Donations in XMR are more difficult to do, since there is no user-friendly wallet using remote servers, like Electrum. Or I am wrong and could you give me a download link to Electrum-like app for XMR?


If you have an Android device you can download the Monerujo mobile wallet, it works with remote nodes and it's really easy to use. Also the desktop GUI wallet from getmonero.org lets you connect to a remote node and you don't need to sync the whole blockchain, like the Electrum wallet for other cryptos.

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December 11, 2018, 06:18:56 PM
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https://forum.getmonero.org/8/funding-required/91206/moneromooo-january-march-coding

c'mon people, donate like 1$. It only costs 0.2 cents ( thats 0.002 $ for those that have trouble with this ... like verizon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MShv_74FNWU ).


seriously, monero would be like a potato in a bucket without mooooooo. Lets make this the most number of donations for a FFS ever. Send 1$ worth. Hell, send 10 cents worth.

monero has microtransactions yay. Who wants coffee? Private coffee chain thank god I was worried.

I want to donate, is it possible to do it in BTC? I might make a donation right now...


No, but you could try using a site like ShapeShift.

Donations in XMR are more difficult to do, since there is no user-friendly wallet using remote servers, like Electrum. Or I am wrong and could you give me a download link to Electrum-like app for XMR?

You can use mymonero.com which is an online web wallet that you can access from anywhere, or you can use either of the desktop wallets (CLI/GLI) with a remote node.
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https://forum.getmonero.org/8/funding-required/91206/moneromooo-january-march-coding

c'mon people, donate like 1$. It only costs 0.2 cents ( thats 0.002 $ for those that have trouble with this ... like verizon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MShv_74FNWU ).


seriously, monero would be like a potato in a bucket without mooooooo. Lets make this the most number of donations for a FFS ever. Send 1$ worth. Hell, send 10 cents worth.

monero has microtransactions yay. Who wants coffee? Private coffee chain thank god I was worried.

I want to donate, is it possible to do it in BTC? I might make a donation right now...


No, but you could try using a site like ShapeShift.

Donations in XMR are more difficult to do, since there is no user-friendly wallet using remote servers, like Electrum. Or I am wrong and could you give me a download link to Electrum-like app for XMR?

You can use mymonero.com which is an online web wallet that you can access from anywhere, or you can use either of the desktop wallets (CLI/GLI) with a remote node.

There's also the MyMonero desktop apps:

https://github.com/mymonero/mymonero-app-js/releases/tag/v1.1.2

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December 11, 2018, 09:29:23 PM
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https://forum.getmonero.org/8/funding-required/91206/moneromooo-january-march-coding

c'mon people, donate like 1$. It only costs 0.2 cents ( thats 0.002 $ for those that have trouble with this ... like verizon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MShv_74FNWU ).


seriously, monero would be like a potato in a bucket without mooooooo. Lets make this the most number of donations for a FFS ever. Send 1$ worth. Hell, send 10 cents worth.

monero has microtransactions yay. Who wants coffee? Private coffee chain thank god I was worried.

Finally I've sent (I hope) ~0.21XMR via an exchange.

Also I hope I'll be able to send more periodically once I can... Don't judge me for low amount please...
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December 12, 2018, 08:29:02 AM
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Also, I was reading this reddit thread about tx priority
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7riu47/how_do_i_change_a_transactions_priority_fee/
I guess if you don't set priority, it goes to default, but what is default?  Is there a command that I can use to find out what my default transaction priority is set to?

The default is 0. If you want to see what it's currently set to, just type "set priority" and it'll show you.

Code:
[wallet 48iP7f]: set priority
Error: set "priority": needs an argument (0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, or one of default, unimportant, normal, elevated, priority)
Maybe I'm stupid, but the word "default" doesn't seem to carry any information.
I get what unimportant, normal, elevated, and priority mean.
But where does default fall on that spectrum?  Is default a low priority or a high one?
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December 12, 2018, 08:39:45 AM
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Monero topic contains so many helpful threads on technical stuffs.
Community members help each other to solve their issues, besides help from Montero team.
This is one of great things shows that Monero, in reality, has a big, solid and mutual interactive community.

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December 12, 2018, 09:38:24 AM
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Also, I was reading this reddit thread about tx priority
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7riu47/how_do_i_change_a_transactions_priority_fee/
I guess if you don't set priority, it goes to default, but what is default?  Is there a command that I can use to find out what my default transaction priority is set to?

The default is 0. If you want to see what it's currently set to, just type "set priority" and it'll show you.

Code:
[wallet 48iP7f]: set priority
Error: set "priority": needs an argument (0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, or one of default, unimportant, normal, elevated, priority)
Maybe I'm stupid, but the word "default" doesn't seem to carry any information.
I get what unimportant, normal, elevated, and priority mean.
But where does default fall on that spectrum?  Is default a low priority or a high one?

dEBRUYNE has a great answer on Stack Exchange
https://monero.stackexchange.com/a/4546

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First note that the priority levels unimportant, normal, elevated, and priority correspond to multipliers of x1, x4, x20, and x166, respectively.

With priority set to 0 it will use the default fee multiplier, which is x4.
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December 12, 2018, 09:40:20 AM
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https://forum.getmonero.org/8/funding-required/91206/moneromooo-january-march-coding

c'mon people, donate like 1$. It only costs 0.2 cents ( thats 0.002 $ for those that have trouble with this ... like verizon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MShv_74FNWU ).


seriously, monero would be like a potato in a bucket without mooooooo. Lets make this the most number of donations for a FFS ever. Send 1$ worth. Hell, send 10 cents worth.

monero has microtransactions yay. Who wants coffee? Private coffee chain thank god I was worried.

Finally I've sent (I hope) ~0.21XMR via an exchange.

Hurray <3. I'd give you a merit on BitcoinTalk if I could.

Also I hope I'll be able to send more periodically once I can... Don't judge me for low amount please...

You shouldn't feel obligated to donate. While I'm sure it's very helpful, it certainly isn't a requirement (unlike some coins, like Dash and Zcash where it's a part of the block reward)
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December 13, 2018, 09:28:30 AM
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CoinCodex reviewed different attributes such as popularity, market cap, technology and uniqueness, where Monero took the 1st place and was ranked the best privacy coin for the moment.

https://coincodex.com/article/2744/top-5-privacy-coins/
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Why this is getting beaten down heavily whenever broader market falls? I could not understand completely.
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