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Author Topic: [XMR] Monero - A secure, private, untraceable cryptocurrency  (Read 4650561 times)
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June 10, 2014, 09:59:43 PM
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Hmmm.. Who is bitmonero.org?  Only way I know they might not be legit is from you.
The only legit site is monero.cc. And this is a core member who's saying it :-)

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June 10, 2014, 10:02:00 PM
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Hmmm.. Who is bitmonero.org?  Only way I know they might not be legit is from you.
The only legit site is monero.cc. And this is a core member who's saying it :-)

I get that, and I am glad you are saying it.  Edit the links out of your quote from my post and I will do the same with the original.
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June 10, 2014, 10:02:20 PM
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[...] a lot of people are preying for your bitcoins. [...]

What's worse, they might be preying for your monerosGrin
~ Myagui

EVEN WORSE: they may be preying for your pizza!

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June 10, 2014, 10:04:51 PM
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The only site you should trust is www.monero.cc and the only guys you should trust are the one from the core team (tacotime, eizh, smooth, fluffypony, othe, davidlatapie, NoodleDoodle). This is where the official binaries and gui and everythign else will come from. This is the guys that will deliver them.

Simpler: Start with the top post on this thread. If it isn't linked from there, it isn't official.

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June 10, 2014, 10:06:25 PM
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[...] a lot of people are preying for your bitcoins. [...]

What's worse, they might be preying for your monerosGrin
~ Myagui

EVEN WORSE: they may be preying for your pizza!

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June 10, 2014, 10:11:44 PM
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[...] a lot of people are preying for your bitcoins. [...]

What's worse, they might be preying for your monerosGrin
~ Myagui

EVEN WORSE: they may be preying for your pizza!



Seriously, has there been a pizza sold for monero already? 

Monero's privacy and therefore fungibility are MUCH stronger than Bitcoin's. 
This makes Monero a better candidate to deserve the term "digital cash".
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June 10, 2014, 10:12:51 PM
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EVEN WORSE: they may be preying for your pizza!

Pretty sure that I'd get perma-banned from the forums if I voiced my "appreciation" for you right now!  Angry
Next auction (the one for tacos?), I'm buying you one, free, I'll be asking 0 moneros for it. You shall eat it! Oh yes you will!

Ah rats! I'll never get over this, damn it!  Cheesy
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June 10, 2014, 10:22:53 PM
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Seriously, has there been a pizza sold for monero already? 

I cannot speak to Pizza, but I bought this painting:

by Marianne Huntington for 2500 XMR.

Give a man a fish and he eats for a day.  Give a man a Poisson distribution and he eats at random times independent of one another, at a constant known rate.
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June 10, 2014, 10:25:24 PM
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Master has been updated

- New seed nodes added.
- Electrum-style deterministic wallets have been added to help in the recovery of your wallet should you ever need to. It is enabled by default.

https://github.com/monero-project/bitmonero

1.  The 24 word list is written to simplewallet.log  Perhaps this is intentional, but I wonder if it might be good to warn the user?

2.  I assume wallet files made BEFORE this update are not (cannot) part of the deterministic set?

3.  Are there docs on how to do a recovery?  Or is that not implemented yet?

(thx)
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June 10, 2014, 10:32:00 PM
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I cannot speak to Pizza, but I bought this painting

Nice, congrats!  Smiley

Monero's privacy and therefore fungibility are MUCH stronger than Bitcoin's. 
This makes Monero a better candidate to deserve the term "digital cash".
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June 10, 2014, 10:39:56 PM
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Master has been updated

- New seed nodes added.
- Electrum-style deterministic wallets have been added to help in the recovery of your wallet should you ever need to. It is enabled by default.

https://github.com/monero-project/bitmonero

1.  The 24 word list is written to simplewallet.log  Perhaps this is intentional, but I wonder if it might be good to warn the user?

2.  I assume wallet files made BEFORE this update are not (cannot) part of the deterministic set?

3.  Are there docs on how to do a recovery?  Or is that not implemented yet?

(thx)

1. thx for reporting that bug, will be fixed - its not supposed to log it there.
2. no not really, its easiest to move the coins to a new wallet if u need/want deterministic wallet support
3. recovery is easy: "simplewallet --restore-deterministic-wallet" , then it will prompt you for the wordlist and filename etc. and its done Smiley


PS: brave and adventurous moneros might want to try neo's qt wallet beta: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=589561.msg7240186#msg7240186

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June 10, 2014, 10:42:04 PM
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XMR is the future.
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June 10, 2014, 10:48:47 PM
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I have a strange issue with monero. May someone could explain me what did I or what could go wrong.

Yesterday I was going to send some monero to Poloniex. Generated the address and transaction id.



First time I try to send transaction:
Code:
[wallet 48KCoY]: transfer 0 47sghzufGhJJDQEbScMCwVBimTuq6L5JiRixD8VeGbpjCTA12noXmi4ZyBZLc99e66NtnKff34fHsGRoyZk3ES1s1V4QVcB 3 7a285256eb3d9a7d63dae1144b0431212bb4d45465668aa989929f959e864ee6

and get this:
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Error: transaction <bb991eded240c8bd619d8ebf7a1bf0ca6c8f385cbc3d94f6d80dfac3c0703730> is too big. Transaction size: 91928 bytes, transaction size limit: 39400 bytes

3 monero isn't a big amount but after some research I decided to split the transaction.

Code:
[wallet 48KCoY]: transfer 0 47sghzufGhJJDQEbScMCwVBimTuq6L5JiRixD8VeGbpjCTA12noXmi4ZyBZLc99e66NtnKff34fHsGRoyZk3ES1s1V4QVcB 1 7a285256eb3d9a7d63dae1144b0431212bb4d45465668aa989929f959e864ee6
Money successfully sent, transaction <45ad70687013a937c7d15910efe158c8071eb24ccabd73536eda55f0d21ce558>
[wallet 48KCoY]: transfer 0 47sghzufGhJJDQEbScMCwVBimTuq6L5JiRixD8VeGbpjCTA12noXmi4ZyBZLc99e66NtnKff34fHsGRoyZk3ES1s1V4QVcB 1 7a285256eb3d9a7d63dae1144b0431212bb4d45465668aa989929f959e864ee6
Money successfully sent, transaction <de82c635baae4cb9a9c423a13bc9df29685ab058b900bed7fc72bd6b32c695a9>



Moneros left my wallet. Everything seems to be all right. With the exception of two fings:
1. They never reach the place (0 balance at the exchange after long hours)
2. No transactions in the block explorer.

Where did they go? Are lost?


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June 10, 2014, 10:54:18 PM
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I have a strange issue with monero. May someone could explain me what did I or what could go wrong.

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I checked the two tx at monerochain and arent there. Have you updated monero to at least version 0.8.8 ?

Now when i had the same problem what i did was to delete the blockchain and redownloaded it. Then i used an old backup of wallet. After it synced the coins where still in my wallet and were sent successfully.

But maybe wait for more replies... 
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Hi!

I launched a new forum for Monero based on the modern software Discourse.
Check it out and register your username today! Smiley

https://monerotalk.org/

Also: there is a bounty of XMR 40 for the best tutorial post on how to install and setup Monero on a Windows desktop.
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June 10, 2014, 10:58:48 PM
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I must say I'm really impressed by the activity in terms of developments!  Smiley

Kudos to all those who spend time improving and creating tools to support monero.

Monero's privacy and therefore fungibility are MUCH stronger than Bitcoin's. 
This makes Monero a better candidate to deserve the term "digital cash".
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June 10, 2014, 11:01:00 PM
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Seems to be 0.8.8

Code:
2014-Jun-11 00:58:33.849009 Starting...
2014-Jun-11 00:58:33.849479 bitmonero v0.8.8.2.1()

I am just rebuilding the blockchain.

I have a strange issue with monero. May someone could explain me what did I or what could go wrong.

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I checked the two tx at monerochain and arent there. Have you updated monero to at least version 0.8.8 ?

Now when i had the same problem what i did was to delete the blockchain and redownloaded it. Then i used an old backup of wallet. After it synced the coins where still in my wallet and were sent successfully.

But maybe wait for more replies...  
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June 10, 2014, 11:18:06 PM
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Monero Missives

June 10th, 2014

Hello XMR users! Welcome to our second Monero Missives.

Major Updates

1. We're happy to introduce a major new feature for Monero: deterministic wallets based on a mnemonic seed! When creating a new wallet you now get a 24 word seed that you can use to restore the wallet:


   Usage: This affects simplewallet, and is the default behaviour for --generate-new-wallet. If you would like to disable the deterministic seed during wallet generation, you can pass the --non-deterministic flag. To restore from a seed you can use the --restore-deterministic-wallet flag.
   
   This provides a MAJOR benefit in that backing up your wallet no longer requires backing up the .bin.keys file! All you have to do is write down the 24 words and that's the only backup you need. If you're particularly brave you can even memorise the 24 words. You can also use this to create an offline cold wallet or a paper wallet: create a wallet on a computer disconnected from the Internet, write the 24 words and the address and the view key down, and then remove all the files created by the wallet.

   Security notes: Please note that this key is independent of your password. By default the 24 word key is written to simplewallet.log when the wallet is created. This is the expected behaviour, the next release will both exclude this from the log and reduce the default log level. Please run --generate-new-wallet with the --set_log 0 flag, or alternatively make sure to delete the simplewallet.log file afterwards.
   
   Technical details: The key length for this remains 256-bits and thus does not compromise user security. The view key seed is generated from a keccak1600 hash of the spend key (which is directly from the mnemonic seed), hence the deterministic nature of this. The non-deterministic method is still available as an option.
   
   How to get it: binaries in the OP have already been updated, or you can compile from the source on github.
   
   Moving to a deterministic wallet: unfortunately it's not possible to retroactively make an existing wallet deterministic. If you want to take advantage of the new feature, you will have to create a new wallet and move your funds in there.

2. XMR is now on Mintpal for voting. You can find the voting link here: https://www.mintpal.com/voting#XMR - Mintpal allows 1 vote an hour from registered users who have traded before, as well as paid-for votes.

3. Monero will be officially represented by fluffypony at the Bitcoin Supernode Conference at Malla Castle in Estonia at the end of this month.

4. Neozaru has made great strides in his RPC-based Qt GUI wallet, and it requires some testing. If you are keen on trying it out, head over to his comment the GUI thread, give it a spin, and give him feedback.

Dev Diary

RPC: incoming_transfers is now available as a simplewallet RPC API call, and payment_id has been added as an optional argument to the transfer RPC API call. Neozaru also committed a large amount of additional functionality to the RPC API, including progress estimation to getinfo.

I2P: no commits this week, much of the work has been around scoping and planning the RPC subsystem.

Core: new seed nodes have been added, so bootstrapping on cold start should work just fine. We are going to add DNS seed node bootstrapping at a later stage.

Docs: work has begun on adding Doxygen comments throughout the code. This will both help us to understand the code written by "The CryptoNote Developers" (who appear at the top of every piece of source code except for the epee library), but will also result in proper developer documentation being made available.

Mining: Wolf` has continued to improve his CPU miner - the latest copy of which can be found on his github repo.

Mining: Claymore released a CryptoNight GPU miner, which you can find at this thread. Please be advised that his miner is currently closed source, and the appropriate level of caution should be exercised.

Until next week!

PS. If you've made it this far, there's a reward in the example wallet listed in the screenshot - first to grab it gets the prize!

- updated by fluffypony
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June 10, 2014, 11:27:57 PM
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PS. If you've made it this far, there's a reward in the example wallet listed in the screenshot - first to grab it gets the prize!


Wish I was home to import some keys! Wink
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Any pools available that have the option for lump withdraws? Trying to avoid micropayments.
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