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February 27, 2019, 11:18:37 AM
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Monero is now supported on Coinomi. A smartphone (and desktop) multi-currency wallet. https://www.coinomi.com/en/

Wow - they sure took their time with that, but better late than never I guess.

Anyone here know if wallets can be affected by the upcoming hardfork on March 9th?

Affected as in?

As in errors or quit working.

Edit - also wondering how anonymous Monero is coming from a Coinomi wallet?

One of their devs stated that Coinomi would be sufficiently prepared for the upcoming scheduled protocol upgrade:

https://www.reddit.com/r/COINOMI/comments/auja7c/coinomi_monero_ama_feb_25_1200_utc/eh8n56e/

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Monero is now supported on Coinomi. A smartphone (and desktop) multi-currency wallet. https://www.coinomi.com/en/

They say better late than never, but I think maybe in this case never would be better Smiley

https://www.avoid-coinomi.com/

https://twitter.com/lukechilds/status/1100613365850767360
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February 27, 2019, 02:20:09 PM
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One day monero gonna override bitcoin most probably
the value can rise to 5000 usd or more for monero
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February 27, 2019, 04:56:36 PM
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Monero is now supported on Coinomi. A smartphone (and desktop) multi-currency wallet. https://www.coinomi.com/en/

They say better late than never, but I think maybe in this case never would be better Smiley

https://www.avoid-coinomi.com/

https://twitter.com/lukechilds/status/1100613365850767360

Can you put a direct link to the Vid in the tweet.

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February 27, 2019, 05:35:00 PM
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Monero is now supported on Coinomi. A smartphone (and desktop) multi-currency wallet. https://www.coinomi.com/en/

They say better late than never, but I think maybe in this case never would be better Smiley

https://www.avoid-coinomi.com/

https://twitter.com/lukechilds/status/1100613365850767360

Can you put a direct link to the Vid in the tweet.

i have only the bitcointalk reference:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5114708.0
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March 01, 2019, 01:54:03 PM
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Crypto has to be anonymous like BTC, ETH and should never represent a company.

That's true. I don't understand how a "decentralised network" can have a CEO.

Monero perhaps will gain #1 spot for anonymity.

It already has that.

The question is how can a decentralized network of this kind come into existence without a CEO in the beginning? Someone has to start it although the role of that someone should be in line with what we envision as a "decentralized" network. You need governance as well.

Bitcoin never had a CEO, and neither did Monero.

They didn't call themselves CEO, but in the end there were important figures behind both of the projects you mentioned. And in the case of Monero I think it is still the same person.


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March 02, 2019, 08:51:17 AM
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Monero is now supported on Coinomi. A smartphone (and desktop) multi-currency wallet. https://www.coinomi.com/en/

They say better late than never, but I think maybe in this case never would be better Smiley

https://www.avoid-coinomi.com/

https://twitter.com/lukechilds/status/1100613365850767360

I saw that, I am a bit dissapointed. But AFAIK only desktop wallets had this bug.
And I would never hold a significant amount on a hot wallet like this.

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March 02, 2019, 09:24:36 AM
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Monero is now supported on Coinomi. A smartphone (and desktop) multi-currency wallet. https://www.coinomi.com/en/

Wow - they sure took their time with that, but better late than never I guess.

Anyone here know if wallets can be affected by the upcoming hardfork on March 9th?

Affected as in?

As in errors or quit working.

Edit - also wondering how anonymous Monero is coming from a Coinomi wallet?

I don't blame you for being concerned about the fork.
But it's not the wallet software that's at risk.
If something bad happens at the fork, it won't be a glitch with your wallet software.
If something bad happens at the fork, it could be much worse than that.  It could be a 51% attack, with double spends.
Your concern about the wallet not working is misplaced.  If that's all you're worried about, you can put your mind at rest.
By the way, linux CLI 14.0.0 daemon and wallet work great.  I'm using it now.

I still remember the problems I had upgrading my Linux wallet when Monero forked to v.7. Also I find the frequent forks tiresome, since they are only treating symptoms temporarily instead of curing the disease (ASIC vulnerability). The tech behind Monero is still cool, but not an end in itself, and I don't see the price going anywhere long as it remains "eclectic", and mainly useful on the darknet.

I think the Coinomi Monero integration is a mixed bag -
on one hand it's positive since it makes Monero more useful by providing more mainstream access to more people,
on the other hand accessibility is a big minus if the wallet isn't secure (https://www.reddit.com/r/reddCoin/comments/avb43d/crosspost_warning_coinomi_wallet_critical/).

The competition is not standing idle. I don't really see Grin as a serious threat to Monero, but I DO see Litecoin as one, since it has a better image, does not have the same issues with ASICS, and looks soon ready for MimbleWimble protocol integration. XMR still has cheaper fees than LTC (ASICS could change this for LTC..), and XMR may still win if the DEV's manage to maintain tech lead by salvaging Kovri before it's too late.
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March 02, 2019, 10:48:13 AM
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The competition is not standing idle. I don't really see Grin as a serious threat to Monero, but I DO see Litecoin as one, since it has a better image, does not have the same issues with ASICS, ...

But it does, it's mined exclusively by ASICs.
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March 02, 2019, 12:50:55 PM
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The competition is not standing idle. I don't really see Grin as a serious threat to Monero, but I DO see Litecoin as one, since it has a better image, does not have the same issues with ASICS, ...

But it does, it's mined exclusively by ASICs.

Its not an issue if you don't have a pharyngeal reflex


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March 02, 2019, 02:44:20 PM
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The competition is not standing idle. I don't really see Grin as a serious threat to Monero, but I DO see Litecoin as one, since it has a better image, does not have the same issues with ASICS, ...

But it does, it's mined exclusively by ASICs.

Its not an issue if you don't have a pharyngeal reflex

Or you really don't care about the security of the network and are only shilling because your a bag holder. Wink

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We have a wallet exploit related to coinbase transactions. There will be a patch released on github on the 6th at 4pm GMT, so in about 4 days. In the meantime, you can be safe against any exploits by running "set refresh-type no-coinbase" in monero-wallet-cli. This should be set for every wallet you're running. This is a persistent flag, so once you quit monero-wallet-cli and start monero-wallet-rpc on that same wallet, the setting will persist.
This is not a consensus bug, no double spend, no coins created out of thin air, etc.

Arbitrary code execution? Wallet DoS?

edit not as fun as that. it's like the double counting wallet bug from before
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March 02, 2019, 08:26:57 PM
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Guys?
What is the name of the new algo after the fork next week?
Is there AMD miner for it atm?
If so, which platforms does it use (the miner)?
Thank you!
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March 03, 2019, 04:44:54 AM
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We have a wallet exploit related to coinbase transactions. There will be a patch released on github on the 6th at 4pm GMT, so in about 4 days. In the meantime, you can be safe against any exploits by running "set refresh-type no-coinbase" in monero-wallet-cli. This should be set for every wallet you're running. This is a persistent flag, so once you quit monero-wallet-cli and start monero-wallet-rpc on that same wallet, the setting will persist.
This is not a consensus bug, no double spend, no coins created out of thin air, etc.

Arbitrary code execution? Wallet DoS?

edit not as fun as that. it's like the double counting wallet bug from before
Where did you get that quote?
link
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March 03, 2019, 06:52:07 AM
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The competition is not standing idle. I don't really see Grin as a serious threat to Monero, but I DO see Litecoin as one, since it has a better image, does not have the same issues with ASICS, ...

But it does, it's mined exclusively by ASICs.

Its not an issue if you don't have a pharyngeal reflex

Or you really don't care about the security of the network and are only shilling because your a bag holder. Wink

Snarky bag-holding pharyngeal reflexive ad hominem attacks aside...

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We have a wallet exploit related to coinbase transactions. There will be a patch released on github on the 6th at 4pm GMT, so in about 4 days. In the meantime, you can be safe against any exploits by running "set refresh-type no-coinbase" in monero-wallet-cli. This should be set for every wallet you're running. This is a persistent flag, so once you quit monero-wallet-cli and start monero-wallet-rpc on that same wallet, the setting will persist.
This is not a consensus bug, no double spend, no coins created out of thin air, etc.

Arbitrary code execution? Wallet DoS?

edit not as fun as that. it's like the double counting wallet bug from before
Where did you get that quote?
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From a pastebin link shared by moo on irc https://paste.debian.net/hidden/0d241a90/
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March 03, 2019, 11:50:17 AM
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🚨 If you are running a wallet on an exchange, payment gateway, or service, please pay attention to the following message. 🚨

The Monero Vulnerability Response workgroup has received a disclosure of a wallet bug related to coinbase transactions, that could be disruptive to anyone running a wallet on an exchange, payment gateway, or service. There will be a patch released on GitHub on March the 6th, 2019, at 4pm GMT, so in about 4 days.

In the meantime, you can be safe against anyone trying to exploit this bug by running "set refresh-type no-coinbase" in monero-wallet-cli. Note that you will need to first close monero-wallet-rpc, and open the wallet with monero-wallet-cli. This should be set for every wallet you're running. This is a persistent flag, so once you quit monero-wallet-cli and start monero-wallet-rpc on that same wallet, the setting will persist.

NB: this is not a consensus bug, there is no double spend, it does not allow coins to be created out of thin air, etc.

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If you are running a wallet on an exchange, payment gateway, or service, please pay attention to the following message.

The Monero Vulnerability Response workgroup has received a disclosure of a wallet bug related to coinbase transactions, that could be disruptive to anyone running a wallet on an exchange, payment gateway, or service. There will be a patch released on GitHub on March the 6th, 2019, at 4pm GMT, so in about 4 days.

In the meantime, you can be safe against anyone trying to exploit this bug by running "set refresh-type no-coinbase" in monero-wallet-cli. Note that you will need to first close monero-wallet-rpc, and open the wallet with monero-wallet-cli. This should be set for every wallet you're running. This is a persistent flag, so once you quit monero-wallet-cli and start monero-wallet-rpc on that same wallet, the setting will persist.

NB: this is not a consensus bug, there is no double spend, it does not allow coins to be created out of thin air, etc.
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March 03, 2019, 05:29:48 PM
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Looks like ASICs started to mine again on Monero, because of this a protocol upgrade (fork) is scheduled next week (March 9):

https://coincodex.com/article/3137/top-3-coins-to-watch-mar-4-mar-10-2019/

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March 03, 2019, 08:17:50 PM
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Guys?
What is the name of the new algo after the fork next week?
Is there AMD miner for it atm?
If so, which platforms does it use (the miner)?
Thank you!

I think you are looking for this thread:

https://www.reddit.com/r/MoneroMining/comments/awx4jg/you_must_update_your_miners_for_the_march_9/

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