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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4627085 times)
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April 18, 2019, 01:07:57 PM
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Really? The OP publishing day is April 25, 2014, 12:38:50 AM, so I think that there is something incorrect here. Maybe you say about anniversary of Monero for its fifth year one week before its birth day. Or Monero actually launched earlier than 25th April of 2014, but the project published its announcement in the forum several days later (one week later its launch day on 18th April 2014)? Can you spend a little time to confirm the exact launch day of Monero main net, please.

It began life as bitmonero for a few weeks. See here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563821.0
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April 18, 2019, 01:17:07 PM
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It began life as bitmonero for a few weeks. See here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563821.0
Thank you for your help, I did not know that at the start, Monero called as Bitmonero. I rechecked two OPs, of Bitmonero and of this one, two OPs been inactive for years, and Monero team left the forum to start with their own forum years ago. However, in my opinion, if the OP come back someday later, the Monero team should add link of Bitmonero into the OP to avoid misunderstanding about anniversary of Monero project. Something like I understood at the start.
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April 18, 2019, 03:02:25 PM
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Is there monero  full node only secure way to store monero?
I'd like to acumulate some but I am afraid it will not be much enough to make  a full instalation worth of its work and costs
But it could be too much to keep it on exchanges so I am looking for inditect solution
https://www.monero.how/how-to-safely-hold-monero-in-cold-storage
Is there monero  full node only secure way to store monero?
I'd like to acumulate some but I am afraid it will not be much enough to make  a full instalation worth of its work and costs
But it could be too much to keep it on exchanges so I am looking for inditect solution

The GUI now also features a simple mode where you automatically connect to a remote node, thereby excluding the need for the blockchain sync. A full node is obviously better for privacy and more secure, but a remote node is still acceptable privacy and security wise.


Thanks! You guys are awesome - I found a link to Monero light wallets list but official GUI wallet is definitely the best solution, and I will try to figure it out how to hold monero in cold storage :>
 
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April 22, 2019, 11:38:57 AM
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Hi to community.
Please, advice, how to completely disable mining, when running own monero node? The "--bg-mining-enable" key is NOT set, but node anyway starts mining after some time and kills the host CPU. How to deal with this?..

Thanks for help.

P.S. Sorry for errors in English - it's not my native language...
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April 26, 2019, 12:56:00 AM
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Jeez now Monero is at the same bitcoin ratio it was at the very low 0.0117. You know what surprises me the most by now? How there ain't an enormous army of people taking advantage of buying these dips of these low altcoin prices.
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April 26, 2019, 02:28:52 AM
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https://thenextweb.com/hardfork/2019/04/25/beapy-cryptocurrency-malware-monero/

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April 26, 2019, 06:55:26 AM
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Today, hours ago, Monero after hitting its double-bottom points around 0.0116, has bounced back to nearly 0.0120. At the moment, Monero has traded in the price nearly 0.018 to 0.019 BTC for one Monero coin. I have a feeling that Monero will stop its falls there (0.016) and will rally to around 0.0123 before next considerable resistance need to be broken. Unfortunately general crypto has turned into negative side due to drops of bitcoin to nearly $5100 hours ago, and we even don't know how bitcoin will move next days, keep falling deeper to  below $5000 or maintaining its price above $5000 and retest $5600 again.
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April 30, 2019, 03:34:06 PM
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SoloPool.org - profitable solo mining pools. We support a lot of coins on different algorithms. Dagger-Hashimoto, Equihash, Cuckaroo29s, Equihash 144.5, CryptoNightR, X16R.

Our pools have already found more than 2.500.000 blocks!

Solo Mining Pool for Monero - https://xmr.solopool.org/

  • The block reward goes to the miner who found it
  • Full stats with charts, rewards and earnings
  • Telegram bot (notifications of new blocks and rigs status)
  • Stable payments
  • Support NiceHash (special port)
  • Support MiningRigRentals
  • Real servers with great ping
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Welcome Wink

"Solo Mining Pool" is an Oxymoron.

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May 01, 2019, 10:48:02 AM
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SoloPool.org - profitable solo mining pools. We support a lot of coins on different algorithms. Dagger-Hashimoto, Equihash, Cuckaroo29s, Equihash 144.5, CryptoNightR, X16R.

Our pools have already found more than 2.500.000 blocks!

Solo Mining Pool for Monero - https://xmr.solopool.org/

  • The block reward goes to the miner who found it
  • Full stats with charts, rewards and earnings
  • Telegram bot (notifications of new blocks and rigs status)
  • Stable payments
  • Support NiceHash (special port)
  • Support MiningRigRentals
  • Real servers with great ping
  • DDOS protection

Welcome Wink

"Solo Mining Pool" is an Oxymoron.

It's not really. For one thing, until recently you had to setup a private pool if you wanted to GPUs mine anyway, which isn't the most straightforward thing to do for a lot of people I'd guess. But more importantly you want a very well connected node broadcasting your blocks, otherwise you're going to lose more blocks to orphans than you would end up paying fees to a solo mining pool.
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May 01, 2019, 12:11:05 PM
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May 01, 2019, 02:44:30 PM
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Please post a link to the source english version for those of use that don't read russian  And also linking source is a good practice).

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May 01, 2019, 02:49:42 PM
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SoloPool.org - profitable solo mining pools. We support a lot of coins on different algorithms. Dagger-Hashimoto, Equihash, Cuckaroo29s, Equihash 144.5, CryptoNightR, X16R.

Our pools have already found more than 2.500.000 blocks!

Solo Mining Pool for Monero - https://xmr.solopool.org/

  • The block reward goes to the miner who found it
  • Full stats with charts, rewards and earnings
  • Telegram bot (notifications of new blocks and rigs status)
  • Stable payments
  • Support NiceHash (special port)
  • Support MiningRigRentals
  • Real servers with great ping
  • DDOS protection

Welcome Wink

"Solo Mining Pool" is an Oxymoron.

It's not really. For one thing, until recently you had to setup a private pool if you wanted to GPUs mine anyway, which isn't the most straightforward thing to do for a lot of people I'd guess. But more importantly you want a very well connected node broadcasting your blocks, otherwise you're going to lose more blocks to orphans than you would end up paying fees to a solo mining pool.

Yes you can setup your own pools to solo mine but this is just a pool that named itself solo. It can be argued what the context of "pool" is in each instance whether pooling ones resources alone is solo yet pooling them collectively is not as is the case here.

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May 01, 2019, 03:23:10 PM
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SoloPool.org - profitable solo mining pools. We support a lot of coins on different algorithms. Dagger-Hashimoto, Equihash, Cuckaroo29s, Equihash 144.5, CryptoNightR, X16R.

Our pools have already found more than 2.500.000 blocks!

Solo Mining Pool for Monero - https://xmr.solopool.org/

  • The block reward goes to the miner who found it
  • Full stats with charts, rewards and earnings
  • Telegram bot (notifications of new blocks and rigs status)
  • Stable payments
  • Support NiceHash (special port)
  • Support MiningRigRentals
  • Real servers with great ping
  • DDOS protection

Welcome Wink

"Solo Mining Pool" is an Oxymoron.

It's not really. For one thing, until recently you had to setup a private pool if you wanted to GPUs mine anyway, which isn't the most straightforward thing to do for a lot of people I'd guess. But more importantly you want a very well connected node broadcasting your blocks, otherwise you're going to lose more blocks to orphans than you would end up paying fees to a solo mining pool.

Yes you can setup your own pools to solo mine but this is just a pool that named itself solo. It can be argued what the context of "pool" is in each instance whether pooling ones resources alone is solo yet pooling them collectively is not as is the case here.

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It's solo mining pool.
Each miner works independently.
The block reward goes to the miner who found it.
Block search time depends on your hashrate and luck.
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May 01, 2019, 03:32:06 PM
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SoloPool.org - profitable solo mining pools. We support a lot of coins on different algorithms. Dagger-Hashimoto, Equihash, Cuckaroo29s, Equihash 144.5, CryptoNightR, X16R.

Our pools have already found more than 2.500.000 blocks!

Solo Mining Pool for Monero - https://xmr.solopool.org/

  • The block reward goes to the miner who found it
  • Full stats with charts, rewards and earnings
  • Telegram bot (notifications of new blocks and rigs status)
  • Stable payments
  • Support NiceHash (special port)
  • Support MiningRigRentals
  • Real servers with great ping
  • DDOS protection

Welcome Wink

"Solo Mining Pool" is an Oxymoron.

It's not really. For one thing, until recently you had to setup a private pool if you wanted to GPUs mine anyway, which isn't the most straightforward thing to do for a lot of people I'd guess. But more importantly you want a very well connected node broadcasting your blocks, otherwise you're going to lose more blocks to orphans than you would end up paying fees to a solo mining pool.

Yes you can setup your own pools to solo mine but this is just a pool that named itself solo. It can be argued what the context of "pool" is in each instance whether pooling ones resources alone is solo yet pooling them collectively is not as is the case here.

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How It Works?
It's solo mining pool.
Each miner works independently.
The block reward goes to the miner who found it.
Block search time depends on your hashrate and luck.

Ahh, I was thrown by the posting of all miners additive as the pool hashrate my bad. I guess whoever mines there should keep an eye one the blocks they mine.

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May 01, 2019, 03:46:07 PM
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Please post a link to the source english version for those of use that don't read russian  And also linking source is a good practice).
If you had looked carefully, you would see the source at the end of each article.  Wink

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May 02, 2019, 04:53:33 AM
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Please post a link to the source english version for those of use that don't read russian  And also linking source is a good practice).
If you had looked carefully, you would see the source at the end of each article.  Wink

Ahh, I recommend placing those at the top so we don't have to scroll down through pages of russian to  see there is a link. Thx Smiley

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Is it possible to store XMR on hardware wallets? How convenient is this for newbies?
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