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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4569913 times)
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April 25, 2014, 03:12:56 PM
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I want to mine some monero. But the binaries dont work on my windows 32 bit system. Is the cryptonote technology 64 bit only?
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April 25, 2014, 03:14:13 PM
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I want to mine some monero. But the binaries dont work on my windows 7 32 bit system. Is the cryptonote technology 64 bit only?

Yes, but you can install ubuntu 13.10, compile on that, and run. Ubuntu is free.

Code:
XMR: 44GBHzv6ZyQdJkjqZje6KLZ3xSyN1hBSFAnLP6EAqJtCRVzMzZmeXTC2AHKDS9aEDTRKmo6a6o9r9j86pYfhCWDkKjbtcns
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April 25, 2014, 03:17:20 PM
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later integrate GHOST if problems surrounding centralization arise.  It's not the end of the world.

GHOST does not address centralization, in fact it may make centralization worse. That said, having essentially instant transactions is at least a really important and relevant differentiator that might be worth a try, if we have the talent and resources on this team to implement it.

If not, then a new coin with instant transactions and privacy (and a good launch...) could be a real winner.

See the ethereum implementation with 1 min blocks. The technology is used there to prevent mining centralization and essentially "capture" orphans to secure the network. Instant tx as described in the paper is more or less handwaving.

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April 25, 2014, 03:18:36 PM
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Ut
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2014-Apr-25 05:42:20.905804 [miner 0]Found block for difficulty: 321744
2014-Apr-25 05:42:23.223802 [P2P9]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 10550
id: <2a92334bd83ba607907373150640d90dcdcf0622082defc7b7fb32db975acfa8>
PoW: <c0afed3424a688cef255d9366fc153d886675bd4984837912007f0ff88210000>
difficulty: 321744
hashrate: 1.4211
hashrate: 1.4211
hashrate: 1.4737
2014-Apr-25 05:42:34.356612 [P2P2]###### REORGANIZE on height: 10550 of 10550 with cum_difficulty 1787632048
 alternative blockchain size: 2 with cum_difficulty 1787953665
2014-Apr-25 05:42:37.387165 [P2P2]----- BLOCK ADDED AS ALTERNATIVE ON HEIGHT 10550
id: <2f651e584033e09be5fc0c9810e140dd204d010645f5dcdf619c7bbfa76a1da7>
PoW: <7dd2ed82497142dba548b71fc561d5013acc72d0ace3f5480616aa63d32c0000>
difficulty: 321744
2014-Apr-25 05:42:37.387375 [P2P2]REORGANIZE SUCCESS! on height: 10550, new blockchain size: 10552
Did I find a block?

It may have been orphaned. Check your wallet.

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April 25, 2014, 03:21:22 PM
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I want to mine some monero. But the binaries dont work on my windows 7 32 bit system. Is the cryptonote technology 64 bit only?

Yes, but you can install ubuntu 13.10, compile on that, and run. Ubuntu is free.

I dont know how to compile anything. There should be something like ticking a box to start mining on a gui wallet. This looks unfair to noobs
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April 25, 2014, 03:21:54 PM
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2014-Apr-25 05:42:20.905804 [miner 0]Found block for difficulty: 321744

Did I find a block?

Yes your thread number 0 found a block.
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April 25, 2014, 03:30:32 PM
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2014-Apr-25 05:42:20.905804 [miner 0]Found block for difficulty: 321744

Did I find a block?

Yes your thread number 0 found a block.

My wallet still shows a balance of 0.

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April 25, 2014, 03:31:42 PM
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2014-Apr-25 05:42:20.905804 [miner 0]Found block for difficulty: 321744

Did I find a block?

Yes your thread number 0 found a block.

My wallet still shows a balance of 0.

It was orphaned.  Keep mining. Smiley  You will get one eventually.

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XMR: 44GBHzv6ZyQdJkjqZje6KLZ3xSyN1hBSFAnLP6EAqJtCRVzMzZmeXTC2AHKDS9aEDTRKmo6a6o9r9j86pYfhCWDkKjbtcns
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April 25, 2014, 03:33:43 PM
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I want to mine some monero. But the binaries dont work on my windows 7 32 bit system. Is the cryptonote technology 64 bit only?

Yes, but you can install ubuntu 13.10, compile on that, and run. Ubuntu is free.

I dont know how to compile anything. There should be something like ticking a box to start mining on a gui wallet. This looks unfair to noobs

Installation of Ubuntu is easy
http://www.wikihow.com/Install-Ubuntu-Linux

Follow the steps in the first post to build.  It's just copy and pasting commands.

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April 25, 2014, 03:45:28 PM
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I want to mine some monero. But the binaries dont work on my windows 7 32 bit system. Is the cryptonote technology 64 bit only?

Yes, but you can install ubuntu 13.10, compile on that, and run. Ubuntu is free.

I dont know how to compile anything. There should be something like ticking a box to start mining on a gui wallet. This looks unfair to noobs
Install Ubuntu 13.10
Press the Windows button on your keyboard or the Ubuntu button in the top left.
Type "terminal".
Click "terminal".
In the terminal type the following to update your software sources:
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sudo apt-get update
Press enter. Type in your password. After you stop seeing text coming out of the terminal and see a new line ending with $, type this to install git:
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sudo apt-get install git
Type in "Y" if it asks you if you are sure.
Then download the Monero client with git.
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git clone git://github.com/bitmonero-project/bitmonero.git
Then change directories into the Monero directory.
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cd bitmonero
Then type install prerequisites for Monero.
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sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev cmake
Again, Type in "Y" if it asks you if you are sure.
Then make a directory for the compiled Monero.
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mkdir build
Then compile Monero. You can replace 4 with however many CPU cores you have.
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make -j4
Then run Monero Daemon
Code:
cd build/release/src && ./bitmonerod

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Press the Windows button on your keyboard or the Ubuntu button in the top left.
Type "terminal".
Click "terminal".

Type this into the new terminal to move to the binaries you just compiled.
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cd ~/bitmonero/build/release/src
Then make a new wallet, replacing "name_of_my_wallet" with what you want to call your new wallet.
Code:
./simplewallet --generate-new-wallet=name_of_my_wallet.bin
You will be prompted for a password. Be careful, you won't have to type a confirmation so beware of typos!
Close the wallet with the "exit" command.

Now type this command, replacing name_of_my_wallet with the name of your wallet
Code:
./simplewallet --wallet-file=name_of_my_wallet.bin
and enter your password. If you forgot your password or mistyped it at creation time, delete every file starting with name_of_my_wallet.bin and start over. Every Bitmonero would be lost forever, so it's important that you do it just after the creation, before any mining.  ALWAYS BACK UP YOUR WALLET.

Now, type "start_mining N" where N is the number of threads/cores you have in terminal 2.  This will begin mining.

You can also begin mining by typing "start_mining 4xxxxxxx...xxxxx N" in the daemon in terminal 1 where 4xxxxxxx...xxxxx is your Monero address.

You can type help in both the daemon and simple-wallet to see more commands.  If you'd like to see blocks as the come into the network, simply type "set_log 1" in the daemon (terminal 1).

Good luck and happy mining!

adapted from OP

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April 25, 2014, 03:50:56 PM
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2014-Apr-25 05:42:20.905804 [miner 0]Found block for difficulty: 321744

Did I find a block?

Yes your thread number 0 found a block.

My wallet still shows a balance of 0.

It was orphaned.  Keep mining. Smiley  You will get one eventually.
Mining steady at 2 hashes per second.  Smiley I found that orphaned block only like 10 minutes into mining.

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April 25, 2014, 03:55:33 PM
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I finally have a reason to use my company's 32Core Amazon instance. Here i come coins ;3
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April 25, 2014, 03:57:13 PM
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Mining steady at 2 hashes per second.  Smiley I found that orphaned block only like 10 minutes into mining.

Current hash rate of network is 5000 H/s.  The odds of you getting a block per day are 0.576 right now. Smiley  So, within a couple of days you should have some.  I think there's lots for sale too over in the exchange thread.

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April 25, 2014, 04:05:42 PM
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front page updated with exchanges and slightly better linux instructions.
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April 25, 2014, 04:23:09 PM
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@ OP, devs, etc:

Pls stop the confusion and apply some transparency around here!

I appreciate that this thread tries to collect some basic information on the OP and does a bit of explaining but it also adds to the confusion:
- With every new thread about this coin information gets lost and discussions forked.
- With every renaming people get confused (BCN, BMR, MRO..?) you get my point.
- Is this supposed to be a fork of Bitmonero now? You say that it is not but also new proposals like changing the block time to 2 minutes, halving coins in existence, etc. are imposed on the code base without sufficient dicussion (no, I dont think discussing 2 days in a remote thread ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=582080.0 ) constitutes sufficient discussion).
- Who are the main people involved in this? Pls add a list of devs, projects, etc. to the OP to make this whole project more transparent! (Is Thankful for Today still with it btw?)
- Pls create a new thread for technical help and one for discussion to keep some visibility.
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April 25, 2014, 04:30:33 PM
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@ OP, devs, etc:

Pls stop the confusion and apply some transparency around here!

I appreciate that this thread tries to collect some basic information on the OP and does a bit of explaining but it also adds to the confusion:
- With every new thread about this coin information gets lost and discussions forked.
Stuff that was controversial appears to have been removed.

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- Is this supposed to be a fork of Bitmonero now? You say that it is not but also new proposals like changing the block time to 2 minutes, halving coins in existence, etc. are imposed on the code base without sufficient dicussion (no, I dont think discussing 2 days in a remote thread ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=582080.0 ) constitutes sufficient discussion).
It is not a fork, unless TFT decides he wants to fork this and try to make a merged mining client. The technical issues were all discussed at length and argument amongst several different people.  I think the majority settled on there being no hardfork changes to the coin (no subsidy adjustments, no merged mining, no block reward halving for the first series of blocks, no two minute block times, etc) in the near future.

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- Who are the main people involved in this? Pls add a list of devs, projects, etc. to the OP to make this whole project more transparent! (Is Thankful for Today still with it btw?)
List of devs is whoever is hacking and submitting pull requests on github I guess.  I'm around to fix stuff if something goes terribly wrong.  No one is totally sure where TFT is (or who he was).

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- Pls create a new thread for technical help and one for discussion to keep some visibility.
We'll make one in the future, but for now I would say expect no protocol incompatible changes.  TFT may come out of nowhere with a merged mining client, but it's unlikely any miner will hop to that fork.

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April 25, 2014, 04:47:40 PM
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Spekulatius, a new thread was created because there were no mods around to move the previous one. If it looks like stuff happens all of a sudden without any indication on these threads, it's because there was discussion on the freenode channels #bitmonero or #monero. Currently the devs (which is ill-defined but roughly includes thankful_for_today, tacotime, and smooth) are thinking about a different solution than changing the emission schedule to solve the eventual mining income problem (~8 years out). You can actually put in a vote through the bot in the freenode channel on what you think they should do.
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April 25, 2014, 05:22:20 PM
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For people wanting to figure out how many blocks they'll get per day:

- Divide difficulty by 60 to get H/s of the network, eg 300,000 / 60 = 5000 H/s
- Divide your H/s by this, eg 10 H/s / 5000 H/s = 0.002
- Multiply this by the number of blocks per day (24 * 60) to get your per day block probability, eg 0.002 * 24 * 60 = 2.88 blocks per day.

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XMR: 44GBHzv6ZyQdJkjqZje6KLZ3xSyN1hBSFAnLP6EAqJtCRVzMzZmeXTC2AHKDS9aEDTRKmo6a6o9r9j86pYfhCWDkKjbtcns
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April 25, 2014, 05:24:07 PM
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For people wanting to figure out how many blocks they'll get per day:

- Divide difficulty by 60 to get H/s of the network, eg 300,000 / 60 = 5000 H/s
- Divide your H/s by this, eg 10 H/s / 5000 H/s = 0.002
- Multiply this by the number of blocks per day (24 * 60) to get your per day block probability, eg 0.002 * 24 * 60 = 2.88 blocks per day.

And multiply blocks by 17.59 to get the number of coins.
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April 25, 2014, 05:43:56 PM
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well i have been mining more then 36 hrs with 4 h/s and havent found anything.
Same goes with my 2 h/s older CPU.


i guess i must be one of those "unlucky" fellas

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