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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4669730 times)
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March 13, 2015, 10:22:16 PM
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Put your dogs on leashes, it looks sloppy and pathetic the constant trolling of the DRK/DASH thread. Let each coin stand on their own merits and the market will ultimately decide.

I watch DRK threads...  I don't know 90% of the people trolling.

Pretty sure he's just mad at icebreaker.

oblox, icebreaker trolls pretty much wtf he wants, mostly just to have fun and to drive home a point.

Nobody here's gonna tell him to go away, you're just gonna have to stand up for yourself and try to prove him wrong. Or just give up and let it happen.


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March 13, 2015, 10:41:39 PM
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Put your dogs on leashes, it looks sloppy and pathetic the constant trolling of the DRK/DASH thread. Let each coin stand on their own merits and the market will ultimately decide.

I watch DRK threads...  I don't know 90% of the people trolling.

Pretty sure he's just mad at icebreaker.

oblox, icebreaker trolls pretty much wtf he wants 

Which has included both us and btc on occasion. He's a quick witted free thinker who dislikes contradiction and shadiness wherever it lurks. Have fun.
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March 13, 2015, 10:44:23 PM
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I've started to work on a cross-platform GUI about a month ago. This task involves code rewriting from scratch, thus, improving the performance and reliability of my client. More information coming soon... Wink

I was a little confused when I first looked at your project. Your wallet is a wrapper that uses RPC instead of direct commands? Doesn't this add latency as well as a security layer that need not be there? I'm sorry but I really have not done alot of reading on it and have never programmed in RPC calls myself (havn't programmed in over a decade now) so I may not be understanding the mechanics of your interface correctly. I just cannot grasp why on a single machine you would want to use a network call as opposed to using a direct call with the command? I do on the other hand see why you would do this if you were working on a light wallet for remote access. Maybe you could clarify this for me in your OP?

Put your dogs on leashes, it looks sloppy and pathetic the constant trolling of the DRK/DASH thread. Let each coin stand on their own merits and the market will ultimately decide.

Who's trolling? Link? Sorry Drk thread is far too long to search. I haven't looked at it since the Dash announcement.

Ohh Yeah Icebreaker can be a lot to handle. Just put him on ignore if you don't like what he says. He pretty much calls them straight as far s I've seen. Or at least how he see's them. I do the same but usually don't go into other coins threads unless they go to the ones I support and start first.

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March 13, 2015, 10:56:02 PM
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I've started to work on a cross-platform GUI about a month ago. This task involves code rewriting from scratch, thus, improving the performance and reliability of my client. More information coming soon... Wink

A port to GNU/Linux will certainly be very valuable and well received.

Concerned that blockchain bloat will lead to centralization? Storing less than 4 GB of data once required the budget of a superpower and a warehouse full of punched cards. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/87/IBM_card_storage.NARA.jpg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punched_card
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March 13, 2015, 10:57:45 PM
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I've started to work on a cross-platform GUI about a month ago. This task involves code rewriting from scratch, thus, improving the performance and reliability of my client. More information coming soon... Wink

I was a little confused when I first looked at your project. Your wallet is a wrapper that uses RPC instead of direct commands? Doesn't this add latency as well as a security layer that need not be there? I'm sorry but I really have not done alot of reading on it and have never programmed in RPC calls myself (havn't programmed in over a decade now) so I may not be understanding the mechanics of your interface correctly. I just cannot grasp why on a single machine you would want to use a network call as opposed to using a direct call with the command? I do on the other hand see why you would do this if you were working on a light wallet for remote access. Maybe you could clarify this for me in your OP?

Put your dogs on leashes, it looks sloppy and pathetic the constant trolling of the DRK/DASH thread. Let each coin stand on their own merits and the market will ultimately decide.

Who's trolling? Link? Sorry Drk thread is far too long to search. I haven't looked at it since the Dash announcement.

Ohh Yeah Icebreaker can be a lot to handle. Just put him on ignore if you don't like what he says. He pretty much calls them straight as far s I've seen. Or at least how he see's them. I do the same but usually don't go into other coins threads unless they go to the ones I support and start first.

It's more secure to separate the wallet and node even on one system. Bitcoin core would like to do it but pulling the code apart without breaking anything can be tricky. They do have a way to build the node with no wallet though. That's one way our code base and design is better than Bitcoin and its forks. There isn't a good reason to separate the GUI from the wallet logic except that it means you can do things like write a wallet in .NET or Python easily. That's why those projects work that way.
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March 13, 2015, 10:59:47 PM
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monero is back to 0.001 ? why price go x2 ? some update or something¿
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March 13, 2015, 11:00:40 PM
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I've started to work on a cross-platform GUI about a month ago. This task involves code rewriting from scratch, thus, improving the performance and reliability of my client. More information coming soon... Wink

I was a little confused when I first looked at your project. Your wallet is a wrapper that uses RPC instead of direct commands? Doesn't this add latency as well as a security layer that need not be there? I'm sorry but I really have not done alot of reading on it and have never programmed in RPC calls myself (havn't programmed in over a decade now) so I may not be understanding the mechanics of your interface correctly. I just cannot grasp why on a single machine you would want to use a network call as opposed to using a direct call with the command? I do on the other hand see why you would do this if you were working on a light wallet for remote access. Maybe you could clarify this for me in your OP?

Put your dogs on leashes, it looks sloppy and pathetic the constant trolling of the DRK/DASH thread. Let each coin stand on their own merits and the market will ultimately decide.

Who's trolling? Link? Sorry Drk thread is far too long to search. I haven't looked at it since the Dash announcement.

Ohh Yeah Icebreaker can be a lot to handle. Just put him on ignore if you don't like what he says. He pretty much calls them straight as far s I've seen. Or at least how he see's them. I do the same but usually don't go into other coins threads unless they go to the ones I support and start first.

It's more secure to separate the wallet and node even on one system. Bitcoin core would like to do it but pulling the code apart without breaking anything can be tricky. They do have a way to build the node with no wallet though. That's one way our code base and design is better than Bitcoin and its forks. There isn't a good reason to separate the GUI from the wallet logic except that it means you can do things like write a wallet in .NET or Python easily. That's why those projects work that way.

Thx smooth. Smiley

OK, Off to the casino. wish me luck guys! Cheesy


monero is back to 0.001 ? why price go x2 ? some update or something¿

What kind of drugs are you on?

https://www.poloniex.com/exchange#btc_xmr

Can I have some? Mine don't cause hallucinations.

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March 13, 2015, 11:05:09 PM
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im asking, not understand why double price, im going to buy some but stopped
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March 13, 2015, 11:08:07 PM
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im asking, not understand why double price, im going to buy some but stopped

The project is still here and still going strong. More third parties are supporting xmr. Bugs are getting fixed and anonymity is being improved. And another enhanced-privacy coin project of some note did something that pissed off a lot of people including one of their key developers. Do your own research. Don't trade coins based on anything I say.
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March 13, 2015, 11:12:21 PM
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im asking, not understand why double price, im going to buy some but stopped

The project is still here and still going strong. More third parties are supporting xmr. Bugs are getting fixed and anonymity is being improved. And another enhanced-privacy coin project of some note did something that pissed off a lot of people including one of their key developers. Do your own research. Don't trade coins based on anything I say.

thanks bro, i always make research i know what you talking about,  xmr looks like solid coin, but i read is going to be cheap for a time for coin high production i hope go down again to buy good bag.
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March 13, 2015, 11:24:12 PM
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im asking, not understand why double price, im going to buy some but stopped

The project is still here and still going strong. More third parties are supporting xmr. Bugs are getting fixed and anonymity is being improved. And another enhanced-privacy coin project of some note did something that pissed off a lot of people including one of their key developers. Do your own research. Don't trade coins based on anything I say.

thanks bro, i always make research i know what you talking about,  xmr looks like solid coin, but i read is going to be cheap for a time for coin high production i hope go down again to buy good bag.

OIC, English is your second language. I thought your post was FUD earlier. We have a speculation thread that will help you answer that question but as Smooth noted do not take his, mine or anyone else s word unless you don't like your money. Wink

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=753252.0


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March 13, 2015, 11:41:10 PM
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OK, Off to the casino. wish me luck guys! Cheesy


From one poker player to another, good luck Smiley
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March 13, 2015, 11:47:49 PM
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Carry on, Hueristic.

You are alright in my book. I was just trying to have a bit of fun, and your response did not disappoint.
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March 14, 2015, 03:23:04 AM
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OK, Off to the casino. wish me luck guys! Cheesy

Good luck, the next XMR rise depends on your gains, as we know only you and rpietila buy the coins Cheesy

Yeah, go double our college money. If there's a big dump we know you lost Cheesy
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March 14, 2015, 06:09:14 AM
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Not even one poker site to play with xmr?
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March 14, 2015, 07:23:01 AM
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Do you know why the calculators on the pools show as estimated double than in reality mined.  They always tell me that i have to earn about 6-8 XMR pro day but I always earn only the half.
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March 14, 2015, 07:33:02 AM
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Not even one poker site to play with xmr?

Is/was/don't know  Huh Cryptocoindice was that site a couple days back, but it's been offline for over a day.  Undecided

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March 14, 2015, 07:37:42 AM
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Do you know why the calculators on the pools show as estimated double than in reality mined.  They always tell me that i have to earn about 6-8 XMR pro day but I always earn only the half.

Some pools using incorrect block reward for estimation and must switch to last reward. Also, difficulty fluctuate very hard during 24h, better get average difficulty and calculate yourself. And if your pool is tiny, variance can be significant so use maybe 1 week period for estimation or even more.
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March 14, 2015, 09:51:43 AM
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Others have talked about Monero's technology being implemented as a sidechain of the Bitcoin blockchain. Is that feasible?

Why use a Bitcoin sidechain when you can use Monero and enjoy privacy at protocol level?


The security offered at the current Monero hash rate not being enough relative to the value of the moneroj being held would be one issue.  In other words, there's still always the possibility of someone coming along and deciding to fork Monero with a 51% attack, based on the amount of hashing power that Monero currently has. At least we're using a different hashing algorithm than Bitcoin, or people could've/would've gone at Monero directly.

Bitcoin devs and foundation are too political now to implement anything truly innovative. If they wanted to they can implement ring sigs and stealth addresses like cryptonote right onto the Bitcoin blockchain. No need for sidechain. Shadow has done this very thing on the bitcoin codebase.

Yes, my take is that even if they do, they still won't be able to set a mandatory mix-in level, making Monero superior in its anonymity.

I've started to work on a cross-platform GUI about a month ago. This task involves code rewriting from scratch, thus, improving the performance and reliability of my client. More information coming soon... Wink

Again, excellent news!
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March 14, 2015, 11:26:13 AM
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I also made the necessary arrangements to check the identity of Bobbax. We agreed I would keep those information to myself but I can assure you the site is legit (still, only invest what you can afford to lose).

So how about sharing now that his site vanished with his users' coins?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=988226.0

BTW: your assurance were on the basis of what?
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