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January 25, 2015, 03:39:08 PM
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Does anybody know if there is an Android wallet in the works?

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January 25, 2015, 03:43:09 PM
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Does anybody know if there is an Android wallet in the works?


Not sure about android wallet, but you can always use https://mymonero.com, it has adaptive markup so that it look great on mobile devices.
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January 25, 2015, 03:46:25 PM
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Does anybody know if there is an Android wallet in the works?


Not sure about android wallet, but you can always use https://mymonero.com, it has adaptive markup so that it look great on mobile devices.


I've never thought of that "Doh"  I've got an account already but never thought of opening it that way.   I'll check it out.
 

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January 25, 2015, 03:54:25 PM
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im sure its been discussed, but i got the latest version sync'd and now when i try to run simplewallet and open my wallets, a message about a deprecated wallet comes up and asks me to pick a language. the window then closes.

how can i open my wallets?
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That's an issue with v0.8.6.6. I've heard that it's been corrected in the main repo on github (which isn't too hard to build from source on windows following the instructions). The other option is to update the deprecated wallet using v0.8.6.4 I think, then it will work in the latest version. I have a copy of new binaries built from the github repo (v0.8.6.7 I think) where the issue should be corrected, if you'd like to try to use them you can download here: https://mega.co.nz/#!aUhwiL6T!VnszNGRJ2-3zcWFxYwiMQO9zc8EeoHNMjAfReuFDtaY

I'm not sure if those binaries at mega will work on your comp. I tried to share some binaries of the database build for windows, and it seemed like they didn't work on anyone's comp but my own, but since the ones linked above don't include database, maybe they will.
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January 25, 2015, 08:21:42 PM
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im sure its been discussed, but i got the latest version sync'd and now when i try to run simplewallet and open my wallets, a message about a deprecated wallet comes up and asks me to pick a language. the window then closes.

how can i open my wallets?
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That's an issue with v0.8.6.6. I've heard that it's been corrected in the main repo on github (which isn't too hard to build from source on windows following the instructions). The other option is to update the deprecated wallet using v0.8.6.4 I think, then it will work in the latest version. I have a copy of new binaries built from the github repo (v0.8.6.7 I think) where the issue should be corrected, if you'd like to try to use them you can download here: https://mega.co.nz/#!aUhwiL6T!VnszNGRJ2-3zcWFxYwiMQO9zc8EeoHNMjAfReuFDtaY

I'm not sure if those binaries at mega will work on your comp. I tried to share some binaries of the database build for windows, and it seemed like they didn't work on anyone's comp but my own, but since the ones linked above don't include database, maybe they will.

hey thanks, i appreciate the info and effort. if its a known bug, then thats cool. i can wait for the fix. but if i get desperate, i'll try yours.

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January 25, 2015, 08:22:47 PM
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Does anyone know if there are any other cryptonote currencies ahead of or near monero in capitalization?

There are no other cryptonote-based coins in the top 100 on coinmarketcap besides XMR and BCN.

SDC uses a cryptonote-based design for their anonymous tokens, which is a bit different in terms of coin design and doesn't share code but the cryptography is almost identical.

They call it "zero knowledge solution" though.
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January 25, 2015, 08:29:38 PM
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Does anyone know if there are any other cryptonote currencies ahead of or near monero in capitalization?

There are no other cryptonote-based coins in the top 100 on coinmarketcap besides XMR and BCN.

SDC uses a cryptonote-based design for their anonymous tokens, which is a bit different in terms of coin design and doesn't share code but the cryptography is almost identical.

They call it "zero knowledge solution" though.

Perhaps that is self descriptive.
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January 25, 2015, 10:14:33 PM
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Does anyone know if there are any other cryptonote currencies ahead of or near monero in capitalization?

There are no other cryptonote-based coins in the top 100 on coinmarketcap besides XMR and BCN.

SDC uses a cryptonote-based design for their anonymous tokens, which is a bit different in terms of coin design and doesn't share code but the cryptography is almost identical.

They call it "zero knowledge solution" though.

Perhaps that is self descriptive.


First proper lol, in a long time. Thanks
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January 26, 2015, 12:19:47 AM
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What happens when BCN reaches their 184.46 billion cap?

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January 26, 2015, 12:22:27 AM
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What happens when BCN reaches their 184.46 billion cap?

Miners will earn only transaction fees.

Not really the right thread though.
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January 26, 2015, 01:26:02 AM
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Use this command line parameter "--restore-deterministic-wallet" with simplewallet.

In a different folder or computer restore your original wallet from the old seed words which you hopefully wrote down when you created the original wallet.

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Created a simple wallet about 6 months back and exchanged some bits for monero on Mintpal. I withdrew from Mintpal to the wallet I created. I recently updated home brew on my Mac and fixed some library links, entered my simple wallet name and password and up pops my public key with a zero balance. The seed is different though, which makes me think I may be ok just lost in translation on my part. Any tips on what I should do at this point? Thanks in advance.

Please pardon my ignorance but how do you restore?  All I see is the option to type in an existing wallet name and passphrase or "one will be created for you."

Two more questions:

1. How do you use the command line parameter? when opening simple wallet the first thing it asks for is the wallet name. After that it asked for the password. How can I get to the command line parameter from without simple wallet?

2. Should spaces be used between the 24 seed words?

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January 26, 2015, 01:34:50 AM
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Use this command line parameter "--restore-deterministic-wallet" with simplewallet.

In a different folder or computer restore your original wallet from the old seed words which you hopefully wrote down when you created the original wallet.

****Posted on Reddit as well****


Created a simple wallet about 6 months back and exchanged some bits for monero on Mintpal. I withdrew from Mintpal to the wallet I created. I recently updated home brew on my Mac and fixed some library links, entered my simple wallet name and password and up pops my public key with a zero balance. The seed is different though, which makes me think I may be ok just lost in translation on my part. Any tips on what I should do at this point? Thanks in advance.

Please pardon my ignorance but how do you restore?  All I see is the option to type in an existing wallet name and passphrase or "one will be created for you."

Two more questions:

1. How do you use the command line parameter? when opening simple wallet the first thing it asks for is the wallet name. After that it asked for the password. How can I get to the command line parameter from without simple wallet?

2. Should spaces be used between the 24 seed words?

Thanks

You usually type "simplewallet" to start the simplewallet program, but to restore from the seed words, you type: "simplewallet --restore-deterministic-wallet" (don't include the quotation marks).

You will be prompted to enter the seed words. Enter them in the correct order with spaces between words.


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January 26, 2015, 01:44:59 AM
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Use this command line parameter "--restore-deterministic-wallet" with simplewallet.

In a different folder or computer restore your original wallet from the old seed words which you hopefully wrote down when you created the original wallet.

****Posted on Reddit as well****


Created a simple wallet about 6 months back and exchanged some bits for monero on Mintpal. I withdrew from Mintpal to the wallet I created. I recently updated home brew on my Mac and fixed some library links, entered my simple wallet name and password and up pops my public key with a zero balance. The seed is different though, which makes me think I may be ok just lost in translation on my part. Any tips on what I should do at this point? Thanks in advance.

Please pardon my ignorance but how do you restore?  All I see is the option to type in an existing wallet name and passphrase or "one will be created for you."

Two more questions:

1. How do you use the command line parameter? when opening simple wallet the first thing it asks for is the wallet name. After that it asked for the password. How can I get to the command line parameter from without simple wallet?

2. Should spaces be used between the 24 seed words?

Thanks

You usually type "simplewallet" to start the simplewallet program, but to restore from the seed words, you type: "simplewallet --restore-deterministic-wallet" (don't include the quotation marks).

You will be prompted to enter the seed words. Enter them in the correct order with spaces between words.




Thank you

I have been opening the simplewallet application from the app data>roaming>bitmonero folder

Are you telling me to start it with the windows command line instead?

When I use the Windows command prompt and type "simplewallet" it tells me "simplewallet is not recognised as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file"

I do not have much experience with command line prompts. Please include the basic steps that you assume I already know starting from the beginning after logging onto windows.

Thanks!
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January 26, 2015, 03:03:07 AM
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January 26, 2015, 03:26:20 AM
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When I use the Windows command prompt and type "simplewallet" it tells me "simplewallet is not recognised as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file"

I do not have much experience with command line prompts. Please include the basic steps that you assume I already know starting from the beginning after logging onto windows.

Thanks!

If you get this error, then you're not in the same folder as where your simplewallet binary is. If you know what folder simplewallet is in, you can highlight folder and shift+right click, and select open command window here. Your other option is to make a shortcut of simplewallet.exe, and the right click and select properties, and in properties in the target field, add " --restore-deterministic-wallet" after simplewallet.exe, then run the shortcut.
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When I use the Windows command prompt and type "simplewallet" it tells me "simplewallet is not recognised as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file"

I do not have much experience with command line prompts. Please include the basic steps that you assume I already know starting from the beginning after logging onto windows.

Thanks!

If you get this error, then you're not in the same folder as where your simplewallet binary is. If you know what folder simplewallet is in, you can highlight folder and shift+right click, and select open command window here. Your other option is to make a shortcut of simplewallet.exe, and the right click and select properties, and in properties in the target field, add " --restore-deterministic-wallet" after simplewallet.exe, then run the shortcut.

Thanks!

By the way the cold storage tutorials worked great. This was my only problem which you just solved for me!
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January 26, 2015, 05:25:02 AM
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Stands out Smiley Monero logo is definitely standing out amongst the other logos.


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January 26, 2015, 05:29:05 AM
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Any one can find another phone number for ecurex.com besides +49.15778666583 ?

Any one can find a(nother) phone number related to the https://ecurex.com/p2pfisy/ conference?
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January 26, 2015, 06:16:15 AM
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What are some marketplaces that accept monero? Supposedly you are working with i2p. There are sites accepting XMR now? I dont know how to use i2p yet so havent checked.

There are very few sites accepting XMR. Other than exchanges https://www.cryptocoins-dice.com/ is the only one I know about.

i2p is not integrated yet.


Now physical Moneros and Bitcoins can be also purchased for XMR at:
https://cryptonic.net/product/order/2/

Those look great!
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