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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4634041 times)
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October 29, 2020, 09:56:48 PM
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I have many bad for its lower difficulty is too high for miners that are starting and their hardware is domestic.
They do not think to give us a little space in their pool, will they give a solution?
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October 30, 2020, 01:59:11 AM
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I have many bad for its lower difficulty is too high for miners that are starting and their hardware is domestic.
They do not think to give us a little space in their pool, will they give a solution?

Probably not ... just find a new better pool. There must be hundreds by now, but I haven't mined since 2014-2015.

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October 31, 2020, 10:51:14 AM
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November 01, 2020, 09:21:01 PM
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Hello everyone!
Can you please tell me if there is a way to change transaction priority (transaction fee) in the new version of GUI Wallet 17.1.0?
If there's no way, how quickly will the transaction be proceed with a fixed fee?

I don't have an answer for the first question. but the TxPool has been pretty consistently held to single and double digit numbers - very high probability of being included in the next block.
Thank you for the reply. I have an answer to the first question now. Transaction priority can be changed in advanced mode. It's sad, i prefer to use a simple mode.

One more thing i cannot understand...if using a remote node is unsafe, why cannot i choose an specific node (it gets chosen automatically and i don't know which one, i mean address). Some nodes are safest others, aren't they?
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Hello everyone!
Can you please tell me if there is a way to change transaction priority (transaction fee) in the new version of GUI Wallet 17.1.0?
If there's no way, how quickly will the transaction be proceed with a fixed fee?

I don't have an answer for the first question. but the TxPool has been pretty consistently held to single and double digit numbers - very high probability of being included in the next block.
Thank you for the reply. I have an answer to the first question now. Transaction priority can be changed in advanced mode. It's sad, i prefer to use a simple mode.

One more thing i cannot understand...if using a remote node is unsafe, why cannot i choose an specific node (it gets chosen automatically and i don't know which one, i mean address). Some nodes are safest others, aren't they?

   It's not that it is unsafe, merely a greater chance of security compromise than one you control.  There is no 100% guarantee even on your own node.  Only you can decide what degree of paranoia/safety is comfortable for you.  My method is to use my own for any larger transactions/wallets, and a modest balance in a wallet I use with Monerujo/random remote nodes for smaller transactions.  Compartmentalize like the Titanic to be sure your ship doesn't sink Cheesy 
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November 04, 2020, 02:48:12 AM
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One more thing i cannot understand...if using a remote node is unsafe, why cannot i choose an specific node (it gets chosen automatically and i don't know which one, i mean address). Some nodes are safest others, aren't they?

   It's not that it is unsafe, merely a greater chance of security compromise than one you control.  There is no 100% guarantee even on your own node.  Only you can decide what degree of paranoia/safety is comfortable for you.  My method is to use my own for any larger transactions/wallets, and a modest balance in a wallet I use with Monerujo/random remote nodes for smaller transactions.  Compartmentalize like the Titanic to be sure your ship doesn't sink Cheesy

The principal problem with untrusted remote nodes is privacy, not security compromise.  There are some known attacks for monitoring, linking, or finding the real inputs of your transactions, which a remote node can do (or attempt), even with untrusted-daemon=1 in your configuration.  It is for this reason that, e.g., the Monero CLI wallet emits scary warnings and advice if an attempt to create a transaction fails with an untrusted-daemon.  Also, of course, you had damn well better have untrusted-daemon=1 in your config of the daemon is untrusted!  That mitigates much, but not all of the problem, AFAIK.  (I have never tried the Monero GUI, or any other Monero wallets; so I cannot speak to how those may mitigate some known potential problems with untrusted remote nodes.)  Obviously, if you connect to a single untrusted node and send more than one transaction (within the same session over Tor/in any way linkable without Tor/etc.), then that node will know that the same party sent those txids!  (I will omit further discussion here; this could get lengthy.)  The best way for privacy is always to run your own node, especially since Dandelion++ was implemented to help obscure the originating node for transactions.

None of that has anything whatsoever to do with the amounts of transactions, or the amount that you keep in a wallet.

You seem to be worried about a security compromise by a remote node which exploits some hypothetical 0day in your wallet.  That is a general software security concern, which also applies to your own Monero full node daemon—or your own Bitcoin node, or your e-mail client, or, worst of all, to the web browser that you are using to peruse this forum.  It applies to each and every bit of software running on any computer that ever connects to the Internet, directly or indirectly.

Yes, compartmentalize—among other things.  But I have never heard of a remote node pwning a wallet.  (Was there ever some obscure CVE that I don’t know about?  I am not, and do not claim to be a Monero expert as such.)  The aforestated privacy concern is much more significant.


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P.S., RMS Titanic sank. ;-) Cheesy

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November 04, 2020, 05:39:40 AM
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P.S., RMS Titanic sank. ;-) Cheesy



Exactly!  Point being:  Take all of the precautions you like, and you can still sink your ship with one fuckup.
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November 04, 2020, 07:04:31 PM
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P.S., RMS Titanic sank. ;-) Cheesy



Exactly!  Point being:  Take all of the precautions you like, and you can still sink your ship with one fuckup.


Or lose your coins in a "boat accident"  Grin Grin Grin

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November 04, 2020, 07:25:13 PM
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P.S., RMS Titanic sank. ;-) Cheesy
Exactly!  Point being:  Take all of the precautions you like, and you can still sink your ship with one fuckup.
Or lose your coins in a "boat accident"  Grin Grin Grin

Indeed, this is not the wrong thread for this:

With transparent blockchains, if the coins that you own can be traced to you, then it can later be observed if they move.  Publicly observed.  By anyone in the world who wants to watch.  (And if the coins cannot be traced to you, then this discussion is irrelevant.)  Lying about losses in any kind of an official context could usually result in hard prison time.  Lost coins are permanently unspendable; “lost” coins do not exist in Bitcoinland.

If you are susceptible to boating accidents, it would be tragic to HoDL a privacy coin.  Why, if you lose your keys, you cannot even provide your view keys on demand!  Such loss.

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sweep_all [...rinse, repeat at random times...]
Not necessary with That Other Privacy Coin.

Bitcoiners have less to fear from boating accidents, and more to fear from getting hacked.  [...]

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November 05, 2020, 05:14:06 AM
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P.S., RMS Titanic sank. ;-) Cheesy
Exactly!  Point being:  Take all of the precautions you like, and you can still sink your ship with one fuckup.
Or lose your coins in a "boat accident"  Grin Grin Grin

Indeed, this is not the wrong thread for this:

With transparent blockchains, if the coins that you own can be traced to you, then it can later be observed if they move.  Publicly observed.  By anyone in the world who wants to watch.  (And if the coins cannot be traced to you, then this discussion is irrelevant.)  Lying about losses in any kind of an official context could usually result in hard prison time.  Lost coins are permanently unspendable; “lost” coins do not exist in Bitcoinland.

If you are susceptible to boating accidents, it would be tragic to HoDL a privacy coin.  Why, if you lose your keys, you cannot even provide your view keys on demand!  Such loss.

Code:
incoming_transfers available uses
sweep_all [...rinse, repeat at random times...]
Not necessary with That Other Privacy Coin.

Bitcoiners have less to fear from boating accidents, and more to fear from getting hacked.  [...]

That's why we do not hodl BTC  Grin Grin Grin

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November 05, 2020, 02:31:51 PM
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don't quote/respond, just flag it.  Mod used to be very good, hopefully still on point.
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November 07, 2020, 12:21:38 AM
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https://decrypt.co/47508/shapeshift-quietly-delists-monero-privacy-coin

one XMR-delisting after the other, and I fear this "trend" won´t stop anymore Embarrassed
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https://decrypt.co/47508/shapeshift-quietly-delists-monero-privacy-coin

one XMR-delisting after the other, and I fear this "trend" won´t stop anymore Embarrassed



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https://decrypt.co/47508/shapeshift-quietly-delists-monero-privacy-coin

one XMR-delisting after the other, and I fear this "trend" won´t stop anymore Embarrassed

Privacy is a cat and mouse game between the development team and the regulators. The development team is winning, however, the regulators will pressure the weakest links between the people and the coin.  

One of the weakest links are the centralized exchanges. The regulators will win that game but there are solutions. Decentralized exchanges. Cat and mouse hehehe.

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November 07, 2020, 02:36:13 PM
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A few days ago i asked about transaction priority and fees. I'm using a gui wallet in simple mode. Today i tried send moneroand...faled. What am i doing wrong? Is it because of a small comission? Can i send monero using simple mode?

OK. The first time I tried a very small amount. Just for the test. Now I have tried a few more. And ... it worked.
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November 07, 2020, 02:41:07 PM
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https://decrypt.co/47508/shapeshift-quietly-delists-monero-privacy-coin

one XMR-delisting after the other, and I fear this "trend" won´t stop anymore Embarrassed

Privacy is a cat and mouse game between the development team and the regulators. The development team is winning, however, the regulators will pressure the weakest links between the people and the coin.  

One of the weakest links are the centralized exchanges. The regulators will win that game but there are solutions. Decentralized exchanges. Cat and mouse hehehe.

Atomic swaps will free the cat from the bag.

Shutdown what?


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November 07, 2020, 03:05:41 PM
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aaaaaand another transaction failed....you need to send more than once for it to work. Ah God what a terrible update. In the previous version everything worked perfect  Cry
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November 07, 2020, 04:15:55 PM
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aaaaaand another transaction failed....you need to send more than once for it to work. Ah God what a terrible update. In the previous version everything worked perfect  Cry

What are you complaining? Take another node to distribute your transaction, not all nodes are running correctly, that's the way the story goes  Wink

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