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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4578066 times)
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March 20, 2018, 06:39:18 PM
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the actual altcoins may hardly stroll alone, Bitcoin is the king, the Monero in question is among the members associated with it
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March 20, 2018, 08:46:44 PM
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All these really smart geeks seem to fail to explain things for the average Joes on their blogs when discussing the forking act. They, more often than not, tend to throw around I'm-too-hip-and-too-cool-for-my-own-good-so-here-it-is buzzwords that only another smart geek could understand and omit explaining them in detail; not conducive to engaging the community in this issue.

So what is "churning" and how does an average Joe go about doing it?

Edit: Obviously, it has nothing to do with making butter in this context.

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March 20, 2018, 09:25:42 PM
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All these really smart geeks seem to fail to explain things for the average Joes on their blogs when discussing the forking act. They, more often than not, tend to throw around I'm-too-hip-and-too-cool-for-my-own-good-so-here-it-is buzzwords that only another smart geek could understand and omit explaining them in detail; not conducive to engaging the community in this issue.

So what is "churning" and how does an average Joe go about doing it?

Edit: Obviously, it has nothing to do with making butter in this context.



That was the BS advice though. Don't try to claim Monerov is the advice.

Not churning which wont help in the slightest. Suggested by BS posters.



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March 20, 2018, 09:27:44 PM
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If I have the same personal key keeping funds to both the the main cycle and the fork chain. which coin will be go out at time of withdrawal
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March 20, 2018, 09:31:19 PM
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If I have the same personal key keeping funds to both the the main cycle and the fork chain. which coin will be go out at time of withdrawal

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March 20, 2018, 09:43:45 PM
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All these really smart geeks seem to fail to explain things for the average Joes on their blogs when discussing the forking act. They, more often than not, tend to throw around I'm-too-hip-and-too-cool-for-my-own-good-so-here-it-is buzzwords that only another smart geek could understand and omit explaining them in detail; not conducive to engaging the community in this issue.

So what is "churning" and how does an average Joe go about doing it?

Edit: Obviously, it has nothing to do with making butter in this context.



That was the BS advice though. Don't try to claim Monerov is the advice.

Not churning which wont help in the slightest. Suggested by BS posters.




Thanks for the reply but you're not really answering my question though.

Edit: Would you rather have the average Joes not having all the details and therefore not able to come up with an informed decision regarding the forking?

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March 20, 2018, 09:46:26 PM
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It is good to see that the coin is developing after the hardfork.
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March 20, 2018, 10:05:44 PM
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It is good to see that the coin is developing after the hardfork.

What the actual fuck are you talking about?

No hardfork has taken place.

This coin has regular updates, forks of a sort OK, but not in the bitcoin sense with arguing and 2 options.

This stuff is evolving with forks of software update, contributed to by many geniuses and tested by many more.

This pathetic fud is wasted here where people know whats going on.











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March 20, 2018, 10:12:20 PM
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It's been a while since there's a case in poloniex I have not heard from Monero. Is the project still continuing? Whereas Monero I used to admire.
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March 20, 2018, 10:13:09 PM
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It is good to see that the coin is developing after the hardfork.

What the actual fuck are you talking about?

No hardfork has taken place.

This coin has regular updates, forks of a sort OK, but not in the bitcoin sense with arguing and 2 options.

This stuff is evolving with forks of software update, contributed to by many geniuses and tested by many more.

This pathetic fud is wasted here where people know whats going on.

Just another post count accumulator.  I have to ignore at least every second poster these days.  the one before this one did over 20 posts in an hour and a half.  Not one said anything.  We need DeMerits.  If you reach zero your account is terminated.


Another case in point:  see post above this one.
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March 20, 2018, 10:21:41 PM
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It's been a while since there's a case in poloniex I have not heard from Monero. Is the project still continuing? Whereas Monero I used to admire.

Project terminated due to lack of interest.  If only you had stuck around!  Poloniex had a case recently, but the influx of money allowed a timely administration of antibiotics, which cleared it right up.
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March 21, 2018, 12:09:08 AM
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it was sent  in March 17, 2018 05:36  exchange bitfinex , I send it to your wallet  Monro !
With  Blockchain network manner
with following Transaction number
5b1576dd99c04d355f1f50efef6ce6805fb2870dc1f1ab68dfa4c465bb49e71a .but I don’t see nothing  was received in the Wallet , how is that possible?
What should I do ?
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March 21, 2018, 12:24:26 AM
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it was sent  in March 17, 2018 05:36  exchange bitfinex , I send it to your wallet  Monro !
With  Blockchain network manner
with following Transaction number
5b1576dd99c04d355f1f50efef6ce6805fb2870dc1f1ab68dfa4c465bb49e71a .but I don’t see nothing  was received in the Wallet , how is that possible?
What should I do ?

Transaction confirmed.  Sync your wallet.
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March 21, 2018, 12:38:30 AM
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It is good to see that the coin is developing after the hardfork.

What the actual fuck are you talking about?

No hardfork has taken place.

This coin has regular updates, forks of a sort OK, but not in the bitcoin sense with arguing and 2 options.

This stuff is evolving with forks of software update, contributed to by many geniuses and tested by many more.

This pathetic fud is wasted here where people know whats going on.

Just another post count accumulator.  I have to ignore at least every second poster these days.  the one before this one did over 20 posts in an hour and a half.  Not one said anything.  We need DeMerits.  If you reach zero your account is terminated.


Another case in point:  see post above this one.

You go that right! Unfortunately I;d have to not post half the shit I do. Cheesy

It's been a while since there's a case in poloniex I have not heard from Monero. Is the project still continuing? Whereas Monero I used to admire.

Project terminated due to lack of interest.  If only you had stuck around!  Poloniex had a case recently, but the influx of money allowed a timely administration of antibiotics, which cleared it right up.

Wasn't that right before they exit scammed?

I believe it's correct I have investigation about The Monero cryptocurrency I'll invest the all Cash.

I'm sorry.  I try to ignore the spam posts.  But this one is so good.  Also I took a screenshot of Fishcoin.  In 5-8 years it might end up in a framed collage on my wall along with a lot of other things that will be fun to glance upon while sipping some 25 year whiskey.  

Thanks for all the fish





What a stupid name for a coin... Cool

42, I actually like the fact shelby put he told them that and they used 21 instead cause it was 50%. Lol


All these really smart geeks seem to fail to explain things for the average Joes on their blogs when discussing the forking act. They, more often than not, tend to throw around I'm-too-hip-and-too-cool-for-my-own-good-so-here-it-is buzzwords that only another smart geek could understand and omit explaining them in detail; not conducive to engaging the community in this issue.

So what is "churning" and how does an average Joe go about doing it?

Edit: Obviously, it has nothing to do with making butter in this context.



Churning,  sending wallet balance back to yourself. Like sweeping dust. I'm not sure why you just don't use another sub address but there probably is a reason somewhere.

Edit:

Here's am explanation in plain english.

https://www.blockchainsensei.com/monero-review-and-wallet/
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What about my Identity on the Exchange? – Monero Churn

Good question. In the event that an exchange is hacked and personal information is leaked about which users own Monero, you can perform what is called a “churn”.  A churn is essentially sending your Monero to yourself, but around 12 times over. Because of Monero’s ring signatures, there are 5 possible sources of the funds. Taking this 5 to the 12th power means your funds are 244 million different transactions.



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March 21, 2018, 04:27:20 AM
Last edit: March 21, 2018, 04:49:35 AM by visdude
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All these really smart geeks seem to fail to explain things for the average Joes on their blogs when discussing the forking act. They, more often than not, tend to throw around I'm-too-hip-and-too-cool-for-my-own-good-so-here-it-is buzzwords that only another smart geek could understand and omit explaining them in detail; not conducive to engaging the community in this issue.

So what is "churning" and how does an average Joe go about doing it?

Edit: Obviously, it has nothing to do with making butter in this context.



Churning,  sending wallet balance back to yourself. Like sweeping dust. I'm not sure why you just don't use another sub address but there probably is a reason somewhere.

Edit:

Here's am explanation in plain english.

https://www.blockchainsensei.com/monero-review-and-wallet/
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What about my Identity on the Exchange? – Monero Churn

Good question. In the event that an exchange is hacked and personal information is leaked about which users own Monero, you can perform what is called a “churn”.  A churn is essentially sending your Monero to yourself, but around 12 times over. Because of Monero’s ring signatures, there are 5 possible sources of the funds. Taking this 5 to the 12th power means your funds are 244 million different transactions.


Thank you.

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March 21, 2018, 04:41:37 AM
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I am eagerly waiting for monero hardware wallet. either nano s or another monero wallet,

It is very important for adoption of monero. Currently the keys are stored in a computer but that is very unsafe imo
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March 21, 2018, 04:55:11 AM
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I am eagerly waiting for monero hardware wallet. either nano s or another monero wallet,

It is very important for adoption of monero. Currently the keys are stored in a computer but that is very unsafe imo

In the meantime, Monero GUI is capable of view-only/cold/offline signing wallet features. Here's a comprehensive guide:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=583449.msg18896526#msg18896526

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March 21, 2018, 05:08:07 AM
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I am eagerly waiting for monero hardware wallet. either nano s or another monero wallet,

It is very important for adoption of monero. Currently the keys are stored in a computer but that is very unsafe imo

Ledger Nano S integration should be coming fairly soon.


https://trello.com/c/wsK0myEm/52-monero-support

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7zez0g/ledger_hardware_wallet_monero_integration_some/
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March 21, 2018, 06:55:16 AM
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Thank you.


NP Smiley

I am eagerly waiting for monero hardware wallet. either nano s or another monero wallet,

It is very important for adoption of monero. Currently the keys are stored in a computer but that is very unsafe imo

Whats wrong with a paper wallet in the mean time?

I can't wait to see our hardware wallet either. Cheesy


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March 21, 2018, 11:07:10 AM
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I am eagerly waiting for monero hardware wallet. either nano s or another monero wallet,

It is very important for adoption of monero. Currently the keys are stored in a computer but that is very unsafe imo

Ledger Nano S integration should be coming fairly soon.


https://trello.com/c/wsK0myEm/52-monero-support

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/7zez0g/ledger_hardware_wallet_monero_integration_some/

To add to this, here is the merge pull request from Fluffypony: Code modifications to integrate Ledger HW device into monero-wallet-cli.

There is further discussion on /r/Monero about it if you like as well: https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/81yzbh/ledger_nano_s_support_merged_by_fluffypony/

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