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May 30, 2019, 02:42:37 PM
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When pruning?

Will be available in the upcoming v0.14.1.0 release.

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May 30, 2019, 03:45:03 PM
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Does that mean October?
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May 30, 2019, 06:27:33 PM
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Does that mean October?


0.14.1.0 should be out soon. 0.15.x will be the September/October release.

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May 31, 2019, 12:57:53 PM
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Does that mean October?

Hard to believe any other month then June.

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June 03, 2019, 05:54:54 PM
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Good Monero coffee chat


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEWloLhVHWQ
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June 03, 2019, 08:16:58 PM
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I have rising difficulties to hold my core wallet in sync. wallet version 0.14.0.2 on ubuntu 18.04 LTS. I have many log messages like "There were 0 blocks in the last 90 minutes". From time to time I can reach the last block with patience. Any hint?
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June 03, 2019, 10:52:20 PM
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Same here!  Huh
I am running my own monero node on a single board computer (cubietruck+ 120 gb ssd) now for some time. But syncing through TOR and behind openvpn seemed to slow for full sync. I only reach 98-99,7% and still 8000 blocks missing after more then ten days.

Now after some days, changing to normal internet connection, and changing swappines of swap, i reach 99,7% sync. Thats a problem i cant solve because there is no error or similar, so no point to start changing something.

is there something else that can cause that problem?

and my secound question:
Are there any benifits from running my own local node behind a vpn or tor connection? Or does running over normal internet and only „within lan“ use protect enough and there is no ip faking nessesary?
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June 04, 2019, 12:52:42 AM
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Same here!  Huh
I am running my own monero node on a single board computer (cubietruck+ 120 gb ssd) now for some time. But syncing through TOR and behind openvpn seemed to slow for full sync. I only reach 98-99,7% and still 8000 blocks missing after more then ten days.

Now after some days, changing to normal internet connection, and changing swappines of swap, i reach 99,7% sync. Thats a problem i cant solve because there is no error or similar, so no point to start changing something.

is there something else that can cause that problem?

and my secound question:
Are there any benifits from running my own local node behind a vpn or tor connection? Or does running over normal internet and only „within lan“ use protect enough and there is no ip faking nessesary?

I think unless you're super paranoid it's fine to run a node over normal internet, and you can just broadcast transactions over tor.
https://github.com/monero-project/monero/blob/master/ANONYMITY_NETWORKS.md
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June 04, 2019, 12:06:59 PM
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Release of Exa Wallet — mobile wallet with multisignatures support:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/bwase5/release_of_exa_wallet_mobile_wallet_with/

First multisignature wallet if I am not mistaken. Did anyone try it already?

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June 04, 2019, 12:22:34 PM
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I have rising difficulties to hold my core wallet in sync. wallet version 0.14.0.2 on ubuntu 18.04 LTS. I have many log messages like "There were 0 blocks in the last 90 minutes". From time to time I can reach the last block with patience. Any hint?

JIT not being enabled in v0.14.0.2 significantly decreases performance. In addition, v0.14.0.2 is based on inefficient sync code present in v0.13. Both these issues will be resolved in v0.14.1 though, which is expected to be released soon (I cannot provide a specific ETA unfortunately).

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June 04, 2019, 12:34:44 PM
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Same here!  Huh
I am running my own monero node on a single board computer (cubietruck+ 120 gb ssd) now for some time. But syncing through TOR and behind openvpn seemed to slow for full sync. I only reach 98-99,7% and still 8000 blocks missing after more then ten days.

Now after some days, changing to normal internet connection, and changing swappines of swap, i reach 99,7% sync. Thats a problem i cant solve because there is no error or similar, so no point to start changing something.

is there something else that can cause that problem?

and my secound question:
Are there any benifits from running my own local node behind a vpn or tor connection? Or does running over normal internet and only „within lan“ use protect enough and there is no ip faking nessesary?

This applies to your case too:

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JIT not being enabled in v0.14.0.2 significantly decreases performance. In addition, v0.14.0.2 is based on inefficient sync code present in v0.13. Both these issues will be resolved in v0.14.1 though, which is expected to be released soon (I cannot provide a specific ETA unfortunately).

Additionally, could you perhaps type status into monerod and post the output here?

Seems not to be needet any more. I checked the monerod status yesterday and with normal internet connection i reached 100% sync now.
In case that my home IP address does not get connected to my transactions in the blockchain, when i use the node with normal internet, its not a problem for me to run the node this way.
The wallet and GUI would be behind TOR or Openvpn of corse.
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June 04, 2019, 12:37:22 PM
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Release of Exa Wallet — mobile wallet with multisignatures support:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/bwase5/release_of_exa_wallet_mobile_wallet_with/

First multisignature wallet if I am not mistaken. Did anyone try it already?
Hello I see it's for iOs and Android.
But it's only a mobile wallet? There is no desktop version?
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June 04, 2019, 12:46:22 PM
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Release of Exa Wallet — mobile wallet with multisignatures support:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/bwase5/release_of_exa_wallet_mobile_wallet_with/

First multisignature wallet if I am not mistaken. Did anyone try it already?
Hello I see it's for iOs and Android.
But it's only a mobile wallet? There is no desktop version?


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— Mobile only? Any plans for a desktop app?

At this point, we're working on a fork of monero-wallet-gui to support the same workflow of multisignature wallets.

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June 04, 2019, 11:31:22 PM
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JIT not being enabled in v0.14.0.2 significantly decreases performance. In addition, v0.14.0.2 is based on inefficient sync code present in v0.13. Both these issues will be resolved in v0.14.1 though, which is expected to be released soon (I cannot provide a specific ETA unfortunately).

Additionally, could you perhaps type status into monerod and post the output here?

At this time my node is in sync. The answer of command "status" is:
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Height: 1849876/1849876 (100.0%) on mainnet, not mining, net hash 326.75 MH/s, v11, up to date, 4(out)+0(in) connections, uptime 0d 0h 0m 17s

This is a frequent log output of monerod:
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2019-06-04 23:04:57.839   [P2P6]   WARN    net.dns   src/common/dns_utils.cpp:519   WARNING: no two valid MoneroPulse DNS checkpoint records were received
2019-06-04 23:18:58.615   [P2P4]   WARN    global   src/p2p/net_node.inl:1338   No incoming connections - check firewalls/routers allow port 18080
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June 05, 2019, 12:09:57 AM
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[Monero-announce] Long Payment ID Deprecation

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Dear participants of the Monero ecosystem,

We would like to inform you that we will be phasing out long payment
IDs this year. Long payment IDs are detrimental to privacy and a
source of negative user experience (as well as additional support work
for services). Services will have to upgrade to either integrated
addresses or subaddresses. Note, however, that there is some
discussion about phasing out integrated addresses as well. Therefore,
services are, to avoid having to potentially perform additional work,
encouraged to upgrade to subaddresses directly.

Long payment IDs will be phased out because they have several salient
drawbacks. First, long payment IDs are detrimental to privacy insofar
as they can potentially link the transactions of a user in case of
reusage. Second, long payment IDs have to be attached separately to a
transaction. This is inconsistent with conventional cryptocurrency
transactions and therefore unintuitive for the user. As a result,
users occasionally forget to attach the long payment ID when sending
their transaction to a service and thus have to go through support to
'recover' their funds. Third, it logically follows from the previous
point that long payment IDs cause additional support work for
services. Fourth, only one long payment ID can be attached to a
transaction. Thus, services cannot batch withdrawals of multiple users
specifying a long payment ID. By contrast, subaddresses have no such
restriction and withdrawals can thus all be batched.

In sum, payment IDs have serveral salient drawbacks and will therefore
be phased out. Services are recommended to upgrade to subaddresses as
soon as possible. Subaddresses essentially function similar to Bitcoin
HD wallets and should thus be relatively straightforward to implement.
Furthermore, subaddresses are managable from a resource point point of
view.

Yours sincerely,

The Monero dev community

https://github.com/monero-project/monero/issues/3772

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June 05, 2019, 10:21:33 AM
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JIT not being enabled in v0.14.0.2 significantly decreases performance. In addition, v0.14.0.2 is based on inefficient sync code present in v0.13. Both these issues will be resolved in v0.14.1 though, which is expected to be released soon (I cannot provide a specific ETA unfortunately).

Additionally, could you perhaps type status into monerod and post the output here?

At this time my node is in sync. The answer of command "status" is:
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Height: 1849876/1849876 (100.0%) on mainnet, not mining, net hash 326.75 MH/s, v11, up to date, 4(out)+0(in) connections, uptime 0d 0h 0m 17s

This is a frequent log output of monerod:
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2019-06-04 23:04:57.839   [P2P6]   WARN    net.dns   src/common/dns_utils.cpp:519   WARNING: no two valid MoneroPulse DNS checkpoint records were received
2019-06-04 23:18:58.615   [P2P4]   WARN    global   src/p2p/net_node.inl:1338   No incoming connections - check firewalls/routers allow port 18080

That looks fine. Regarding the warnings:

1. https://monero.stackexchange.com/search?q=moneropulse

2. No incoming connections does not inhibit your daemon (monerod) from syncing properly. However, to 'seed' (i.e. serve) the blockchain to others, you'd need incoming connections, which you can get by forwarding port 18080.

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June 05, 2019, 11:30:28 AM
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Monero CLSAG - A compact signature scheme that will further reduce the transaction size with ~25% as well as improving verification performance with ~20%!

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/bwo7ak/compact_linkable_ring_signatures_and_applications/

Damn! If we keep getting these type improvements there will be no where else left to go!

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June 05, 2019, 12:57:54 PM
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When top mixer services shut down recent weeks, I guess that people whom want anonymous transactions might come back to more regularly use Monero as their main means of transactions. Because there is no doubt that Monero is the best (or one of the best) altcoins that can provide anonymous transactions. To reach anonymous transactions, it also requires some technical steps that should be do right and carefully from users, but at least we know that there are available featurers for anonymous transactions with Monero. It will increase total demands on Monero in short term; for long term we might have to wait for crypto bull run.

You're missing one important point. Even such platforms like LocalBitcoin started delisting Monero.
If people will really start using XMR, then authorities will force bans and delistings from pretty all reliable exchanges.
The only thing that saves anon coins from disaster is that luckily they are not popular enough. Adoption will kill them. 
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When top mixer services shut down recent weeks, I guess that people whom want anonymous transactions might come back to more regularly use Monero as their main means of transactions. Because there is no doubt that Monero is the best (or one of the best) altcoins that can provide anonymous transactions. To reach anonymous transactions, it also requires some technical steps that should be do right and carefully from users, but at least we know that there are available featurers for anonymous transactions with Monero. It will increase total demands on Monero in short term; for long term we might have to wait for crypto bull run.

You're missing one important point. Even such platforms like LocalBitcoin started delisting Monero.
If people will really start using XMR, then authorities will force bans and delistings from pretty all reliable exchanges.
The only thing that saves anon coins from disaster is that luckily they are not popular enough. Adoption will kill them.  

See:

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People often like to purport that Monero will inevitably get banned. However, the new FinCEN guidance is basically inconsistent with that notion. From the CoinCenter article:

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Section 4.5.3 states that exchanges are not per se banned from using privacy-preserving cryptocurrencies but will need to comply with the same BSA regulations they comply with for typical cryptocurrencies. We believe that this is possible. Exchanges need to know their customers but they do not have a black letter law requirement to know the customers of their customers. In other words, a bank needs to know who you are but they are not obligated to know the name and address of people that you pay using cash you withdraw from your account.

https://coincenter.org/entry/fincen-s-new-cryptocurrency-guidance-matches-coin-center-recommendations

Arguably, this is long-term bullish for Monero.

Besides, they, as far as I know, removed other cryptocurrencies too.

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June 06, 2019, 08:28:41 AM
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I still have some problems with my node. Monerod status check shows 100% sync and there are some in/out connections (about 8/6), so all ok.
But when i connect my gui and send a transaction it takes 20-30 min to fully broadcast it and get the block hight. So orders with a time limit time out before its finished to send the transaction.

At the moment the transaction was done the node had to sync another 471 blocks. And this takes to much time.
Would it be more constant if i set a „block sync size“ of 5 or 10 blocks?
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