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June 18, 2014, 04:58:45 PM
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Look forward to this week's missives, when they coming out?
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you have to wait some time until the pool finds a block, then you will get paid
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June 18, 2014, 06:29:58 PM
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Don't forget to vote for Monero on mintpal every 1 hour!!!

https://www.mintpal.com/voting
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June 18, 2014, 07:08:18 PM
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^Are you running it by double clicking on it? Did you double click on a .bat file yesterday instead of an .exe? Any errors it gives you?
errors can not to see. The window of bitmonerod  shut down too quick. yesterday ,it can run very well.
To see what it says you should run it in the command prompt. Right click on the folder where monero executables are located while holding the SHIFT key. Click on "Open command window here" context menu option. This will open a command prompt window in the right location. Enter 'bitmonerod' and press enter.

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June 18, 2014, 07:27:13 PM
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Is there something wrong with monero mining? Last block found by the NETWORK is 4 hours ago ?!?
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June 18, 2014, 07:29:29 PM
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Is there something wrong with monero mining? Last block found by the NETWORK is 4 hours ago ?!?

Last block: 91144    a few seconds ago    2184    2    040cb393d442f868589fcd9512ac3587a57cf9b4c1c7e9571539d8f6a3352bd8


What's the problem?
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June 18, 2014, 07:40:15 PM
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http://monero.crypto-pool.fr/#

It says 4 hour on this website.... On the network...

EDITED : Sorry, my bad must be my computer lagging Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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June 18, 2014, 08:14:24 PM
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Don't forget to vote for Monero on mintpal every 1 hour!!!

https://www.mintpal.com/voting

We're #1 has anyone confirm they will add XMR?
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June 18, 2014, 08:32:45 PM
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Monero Missives

June 18th, 2014

Hello, and welcome to our third Monero Missive.

Major Updates

1. We've been stalling this week's Missive on purpose, because we were hoping it would happen...and it happened! We got to number 1 on the MintPal voting list in a week - which is quite an achievement. There was quite a stack of paid-for votes (more than normal for a cryptocurrency on the MintPal voting list), which is surprising, but it definitely helped catapult us up front.

   An interesting graph on CryptVote shows the meteoric climb (XMR is the blue line):
   
   

2. We are immensely grateful for the work the CryptoNote developers have put into the protocol, but their whitepaper is unfortunately lacking in peer reviews. To that end, we have taken it upon ourselves to peer review the whitepaper, and to release the peer review as an annotated whitepaper.

   The two primary peer reviewers are not part of the Monero core team, and are highly qualified academics in the fields of mathematics and cryptography. They are assisted by some of the Monero core team who have a similar computer science academic background. Due to the nature of the Monero project both of the primary peer reviewers have chosen to work under a pseudonym. In a later missive we'll introduce them more formally, but for the moment we wanted to release the current copy of the annotated whitepaper for everyone to take a look at. If you'd like to provide your input on the annotations, please feel free to email any comments to dev@monero.cc
   
   The latest annotated whitepaper can be downloaded here: http://monero.cc/downloads/whitepaper_annotated.pdf. Please bear in mind that it is only up to page 8 in the CryptoNote whitepaper at present, so the annotation does cut short there:)

3. We have completed initial work and testing on transaction auto-splitting (thanks to tewinget's tireless work). Now, if you have too many inputs for your transaction, simplewallet will automatically try to split your transfer up to as many as 30 transactions. It will prompt you first and let you know the total fees before just sending it, of course:

   
   
   This feature requires more testing, and is NOT in the main code base yet. If you're able to build Monero, please grab it from fluffypony's repo here, and build and test: https://github.com/fluffypony/bitmonero - you won't need to build tests or change the daemon, it's just simplewallet's operation that has changed. Please do not try this with the RPC API yet, this needs the CLI at the moment.

4. We have had a lot of people asking about the progress of the GUI wallet. We'd like to reiterate that there are a great number of core and fundamental things that need to be worked on before we can get lots and lots of users flocking in. Some of the core necessities that we're working on at breakneck pace are: QoS to reduce the bandwidth demand on full nodes (as everyone will be running a full node at this stage anyway), segregation of wallet functions in order to create a far more robust system for exchanges and merchants to use, Gitian-based builds for everyone's safety and to ensure binaries are safe (safer, really), moving blockchain storage to an embedded database, fixing the now-infamous "ABSTRACT_SERVER_SEND_QUE_MAX_COUNT" (in big red letters!) error that is quite harmless but everyone freaks out about, and so on.

   These are issues at Monero's core that we're working on, and we need to have these in place and fixed before a GUI wallet is widely dispersed, otherwise there will be massive resource constraints placed on user's systems. We're not here to win a race against other cryptocurrencies. We're here to to continue to push out great features and stable and reliable code, in a way that will make sure Monero is around for decades and not just a flash-in-the-pan.

Dev Diary

Core: Checkpoint added at block 80 000

Core: We've incorporated two changes from BBR - proper tx_pool handling, and a fix for the high number of orphans pool miners were experiencing. tx_pool handling is incomplete, as it is implemented by the daemon but the wallet is not, as yet, mempool aware.

Core: Initial tx auto-split commit, ready for testing

Build: Made changes to CMakeLists to allow for the project to build on Arch

Until next week!

- updated by fluffypony
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June 18, 2014, 08:34:06 PM
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Don't forget to vote for Monero on mintpal every 1 hour!!!

https://www.mintpal.com/voting

We're #1 has anyone confirm they will add XMR?

That's the time this usually happens. Since moreno is #1 on the voting they'll most likely add it too.
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June 18, 2014, 08:35:15 PM
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daemon failer lost 1.19  Huh Huh transation not on blockexplorer
 Huh Huh even so simplewallet.log says it was successefull send Huh Huh
theres something wrong with the wallet dev should take a look...
i can send my simplewallet log if you want to verify
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June 18, 2014, 08:41:00 PM
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Something unique in this coin?
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June 18, 2014, 08:45:06 PM
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Something unique in this coin?
first time it happens to me Huh Huh
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June 18, 2014, 08:48:18 PM
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Monero Missives

June 18th, 2014

Hello, and welcome to our third Monero Missive.

Major Updates

1. We've been stalling this week's Missive on purpose, because we were hoping it would happen...and it happened! We got to number 1 on the MintPal voting list in a week - which is quite an achievement. There was quite a stack of paid-for votes (more than normal for a cryptocurrency on the MintPal voting list), which is surprising, but it definitely helped catapult us up front.

   An interesting graph on CryptVote shows the meteoric climb (XMR is the blue line):
   
   

2. We are immensely grateful for the work the CryptoNote developers have put into the protocol, but their whitepaper is unfortunately lacking in peer reviews. To that end, we have taken it upon ourselves to peer review the whitepaper, and to release the peer review as an annotated whitepaper.

   The two primary peer reviewers are not part of the Monero core team, and are highly qualified academics in the fields of mathematics and cryptography. They are assisted by some of the Monero core team who have a similar computer science academic background. Due to the nature of the Monero project both of the primary peer reviewers have chosen to work under a pseudonym. In a later missive we'll introduce them more formally, but for the moment we wanted to release the current copy of the annotated whitepaper for everyone to take a look at. If you'd like to provide your input on the annotations, please feel free to email any comments to dev@monero.cc
   
   The latest annotated whitepaper can be downloaded here: http://monero.cc/downloads/whitepaper_annotated.pdf. Please bear in mind that it is only up to page 8 in the CryptoNote whitepaper at present, so the annotation does cut short there:)

3. We have completed initial work and testing on transaction auto-splitting (thanks to tewinget's tireless work). Now, if you have too many inputs for your transaction, simplewallet will automatically try to split your transfer up to as many as 30 transactions. It will prompt you first and let you know the total fees before just sending it, of course:

   
   
   This feature requires more testing, and is NOT in the main code base yet. If you're able to build Monero, please grab it from fluffypony's repo here, and build and test: https://github.com/fluffypony/bitmonero - you won't need to build tests or change the daemon, it's just simplewallet's operation that has changed. Please do not try this with the RPC API yet, this needs the CLI at the moment.

4. We have had a lot of people asking about the progress of the GUI wallet. We'd like to reiterate that there are a great number of core and fundamental things that need to be worked on before we can get lots and lots of users flocking in. Some of the core necessities that we're working on at breakneck pace are: QoS to reduce the bandwidth demand on full nodes (as everyone will be running a full node at this stage anyway), segregation of wallet functions in order to create a far more robust system for exchanges and merchants to use, Gitian-based builds for everyone's safety and to ensure binaries are safe (safer, really), moving blockchain storage to an embedded database, fixing the now-infamous "ABSTRACT_SERVER_SEND_QUE_MAX_COUNT" (in big red letters!) error that is quite harmless but everyone freaks out about, and so on.

   These are issues at Monero's core that we're working on, and we need to have these in place and fixed before a GUI wallet is widely dispersed, otherwise there will be massive resource constraints placed on user's systems. We're not here to win a race against other cryptocurrencies. We're here to to continue to push out great features and stable and reliable code, in a way that will make sure Monero is around for decades and not just a flash-in-the-pan.

Dev Diary

Core: Checkpoint added at block 80 000

Core: We've incorporated two changes from BBR - proper tx_pool handling, and a fix for the high number of orphans pool miners were experiencing. tx_pool handling is incomplete, as it is implemented by the daemon but the wallet is not, as yet, mempool aware.

Core: Initial tx auto-split commit, ready for testing

Build: Made changes to CMakeLists to allow for the project to build on Arch

Until next week!

- updated by fluffypony

Love being able to count on a weekly update Thanks!
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June 18, 2014, 09:29:48 PM
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Looking forward to the MRO pump on MintPal

Are we sure we haven't seen it already?
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June 18, 2014, 09:33:23 PM
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Looking forward to the MRO pump on MintPal

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June 18, 2014, 09:37:59 PM
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Looking forward to the MRO pump on MintPal

Are we sure we haven't seen it already?

Monero isn't even on Mintpal yet, idiot. It's #1 on voting list, #1's get added every Monday, today is Wednesday. That means Monero is going to get added Next Monday, idiot.
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June 18, 2014, 09:42:34 PM
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Looking forward to the MRO pump on MintPal

Are we sure we haven't seen it already?

Monero isn't even on Mintpal yet, idiot. It's #1 on voting list, #1's get added every Monday, today is Wednesday. That means Monero is going to get added Next Monday, idiot.
I'm pretty sure he is trying to say that since the market expect XMR to be added to mintpal the market will already have priced this in, thus there won't be further spike than we have seen, in fact the price may decline since the expected pump fails to emerge.

I personally think we'll see a spike higher than we have seen last few days since adding it to mintpal will expose more people to monero.

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June 18, 2014, 09:45:29 PM
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Looking forward to the MRO pump on MintPal

Are we sure we haven't seen it already?

Monero isn't even on Mintpal yet, idiot. It's #1 on voting list, #1's get added every Monday, today is Wednesday. That means Monero is going to get added Next Monday, idiot.

Markets tend to anticipate new value in advance of news.  I can see you are new to them.
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June 18, 2014, 09:45:59 PM
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Looking forward to the MRO pump on MintPal

Are we sure we haven't seen it already?

Monero isn't even on Mintpal yet, idiot. It's #1 on voting list, #1's get added every Monday, today is Wednesday. That means Monero is going to get added Next Monday, idiot.
I'm pretty sure he is trying to say that since the market expect XMR to be added to mintpal the market will already have priced this in, thus there won't be further spike than we have seen, in fact the price may decline since the expected pump fails to emerge.

I personally think we'll see a spike higher than we seen last few days since adding it to mintpal will expose more people to monero.

I get what he's trying to say, and it doesn't make any sense. That's not how markets work. Poloniex/Bittrex are very small exchanges compared to Mintpal. After Poloniex's recent hacking, I'm sure many many users Do not user Poloniex now, and I've only heard of Bittrex about a week ago..

Mintpal has a huge user base, making it very unlikely that the recent rise in price was factored in because Monero might get added to Mintpal...Learn marketing cAPSLOCK..It only went up because of the small Poloniex userbase that is holding/buying Monero. Wait until Monero is on Mintpal, with a MUCH bigger userbase..
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