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November 10, 2014, 06:31:50 PM
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Actually, we need the I2P integration, Monero is very interesting, I risk to say its the most privacy cryptocurrency ever created, this cryptonote is a real gem.

Very glad to be onboard.

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November 10, 2014, 06:36:56 PM
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First post ? Welcome!

Thank you! :-)

I really like what I see here. If only Monero was "easy" to use like the Bitcoin wallets.
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November 10, 2014, 06:38:16 PM
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how does it come we are down to rank 13 on coingecko? have we not been like 5 or 6?

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November 10, 2014, 07:44:31 PM
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how does it come we are down to rank 13 on coingecko? have we not been like 5 or 6?

As you can see the difference between the numbers 7 to 14 is very small. I think it´s because of the drop in community and public interest (on coingecko) that we are ranked lower at the moment. 

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November 10, 2014, 07:47:08 PM
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Does this apply to making lightweight wallets as well? In that case I agree with your points, but still it would be nice to release the GUI asap, since it´s a great aspect of marketing.  

Yes. We're trying to get the framework in place to do SPV-style clients like Electrum, so Windows users won't have to sync the blockchain, etc.

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November 10, 2014, 07:51:35 PM
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how does it come we are down to rank 13 on coingecko? have we not been like 5 or 6?

As you can see the difference between the numbers 7 to 14 is very small. I think it´s because of the drop in community and public interest (on coingecko) that we are ranked lower at the moment. 

Actually, there has been a significant gap in market cap between 9 and 12, or even 11 and 12, for a while now. Darkcoin, for instance, has four times the market cap of Monero.
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November 10, 2014, 07:52:06 PM
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My questions must have gotten lost in the pack:

Two questions:

1.) Will the command_server functionality on the development branch be merged into master and rolled out with 0.8.8.5?

2.) If not, has any or all of the following fixes been incorporated into the development branch?: the spam attack patch; block 202612 attack patch; block 202612 attack mitigation and fork fix (via a whole new block blob hash checkpointing system)

Either one of these items would help move things forward on the Monero Client .NET GUI.

Reason being is that, at the moment, we can't use the test version of Monero Client .NET because it requires the command_server functionality in the daemon to properly function. Unfortunately, the latest available bitmonerod.exe binary from the development branch that has this also doesn't have the aforementioned patches incorporated into it, meaning that we can't use it anymore.

On the other hand, the most recent version of Monero Client .NET that does NOT require the binary from the development branch also contains a number of bugs (that have since been fixed in the test version) that make it annoying to use.

Anyone?
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November 10, 2014, 08:27:15 PM
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how does it come we are down to rank 13 on coingecko? have we not been like 5 or 6?

As you can see the difference between the numbers 7 to 14 is very small. I think it´s because of the drop in community and public interest (on coingecko) that we are ranked lower at the moment.  

Actually, there has been a significant gap in market cap between 9 and 12, or even 11 and 12, for a while now. Darkcoin, for instance, has four times the market cap of Monero.

I meant the ranks on coingecko.com, not the ranks on coinmarketcap.com  Tongue Maybe you should try IRC for your questions? Mostly you will get a faster response there.

Does this apply to making lightweight wallets as well? In that case I agree with your points, but still it would be nice to release the GUI asap, since it´s a great aspect of marketing.  

Yes. We're trying to get the framework in place to do SPV-style clients like Electrum, so Windows users won't have to sync the blockchain, etc.

Nice work!

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November 10, 2014, 08:51:19 PM
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Yes, and they have some =)
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November 10, 2014, 10:42:18 PM
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Please price, raise a little bit faster. I'm waiting for too long in this coin.
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November 10, 2014, 10:43:51 PM
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Please price, raise a little bit faster. I'm waiting for too long in this coin.

Price here, sure, how high would you like me to go
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November 10, 2014, 10:48:07 PM
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Please price, raise a little bit faster. I'm waiting for too long in this coin.

Price here, sure, how high would you like me to go

0.01BTC would be good for starters.
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November 10, 2014, 11:49:03 PM
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Please price, raise a little bit faster. I'm waiting for too long in this coin.

Price here, sure, how high would you like me to go

0.01BTC would be good for starters.

Roger that, let me prepare and spark up. A noticeable effect should be visible within 30 minutes.
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November 11, 2014, 12:01:10 AM
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Exciting times. Moving up.

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November 11, 2014, 12:38:36 AM
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Please price, raise a little bit faster. I'm waiting for too long in this coin.

Price here, sure, how high would you like me to go

0.01BTC would be good for starters.

Roger that, let me prepare and spark up. A noticeable effect should be visible within 30 minutes.

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November 11, 2014, 01:49:35 AM
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Not sure where to post this. But as far as running the XMR wallet goes. Does the bitmonerod really need 3 GB of memory to run?? That kills my little laptop. Is there anyway to decrease all that memory usage? Is that normal?

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November 11, 2014, 02:00:24 AM
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Not sure where to post this. But as far as running the XMR wallet goes. Does the bitmonerod really need 3 GB of memory to run?? That kills my little laptop. Is there anyway to decrease all that memory usage? Is that normal?

It is normal for now. There is an experimental (currently Linux only, and you must compile it yourself) version that uses a database and has minimal memory usage. See the latest Missive for a link.

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November 11, 2014, 02:01:48 AM
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Not sure where to post this. But as far as running the XMR wallet goes. Does the bitmonerod really need 3 GB of memory to run?? That kills my little laptop. Is there anyway to decrease all that memory usage? Is that normal?

It is normal for now. There is an experimental (currently Linux only, and you must compile it yourself) version that uses a database and has minimal memory usage. See the latest Missive for a link.

Or just increase the size of your virtual memory's swap file.


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November 11, 2014, 02:20:12 AM
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Not sure where to post this. But as far as running the XMR wallet goes. Does the bitmonerod really need 3 GB of memory to run?? That kills my little laptop. Is there anyway to decrease all that memory usage? Is that normal?

It is normal for now. There is an experimental (currently Linux only, and you must compile it yourself) version that uses a database and has minimal memory usage. See the latest Missive for a link.

Or just increase the size of your virtual memory's swap file.

That only sort of works in terms of performance. It would likely work fine once most of the blockchain got swapped out except for the load of the blockchain on startup and the saving of the blockchain every 12 hours, both of which force the entire thing into RAM.
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November 11, 2014, 05:42:27 AM
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Not sure where to post this. But as far as running the XMR wallet goes. Does the bitmonerod really need 3 GB of memory to run?? That kills my little laptop. Is there anyway to decrease all that memory usage? Is that normal?

It is normal for now. There is an experimental (currently Linux only, and you must compile it yourself) version that uses a database and has minimal memory usage. See the latest Missive for a link.

Or just increase the size of your virtual memory's swap file.

That only sort of works in terms of performance. It would likely work fine once most of the blockchain got swapped out except for the load of the blockchain on startup and the saving of the blockchain every 12 hours, both of which force the entire thing into RAM.

Thanks for the tip; that's good to know.

I'll instead recommend buying an SSD and more RAM instead.  Welcome to 2014!


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