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August 11, 2017, 05:49:15 PM
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Hello,
is this Monero/Aeon Wallet generator safe to use?

https://github.com/moneromooo-monero/monero-wallet-generator/

I want to move my Aeon to an offline wallet.

Use the newest version:)

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/6dr7q5/tool_modded_moneromooos_offline_wallet_generator/

Also make sure you use it offline for full security

thank you thehihoguy
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August 11, 2017, 06:20:09 PM
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@bbc.reporter

I'm still here, but please do not call me "the king". That phrase might be called 'damaged' in the greater Monero community at this point (if you don't know what that means, you're lucky).

We're steadily working on the rebase. It'll be done when it is done. I'm not going to make promises on delivery schedule of a volunteer-driven project.

Going forward we may consider restructuring things a bit so further progress can be accelerated, allocating funding for dedicated developer resources, etc. But right now AEON just needs a bit of patience to get to a good foundation first.


Lol SM the king.

Just FYI guys, I'm planning on starting a role playing game that is basically a sql database, which will use aeon as an in game currency, and I will bestow upon myself the title of forever emperor and require fealty from all peasants and peons who wish to join my magnificent game universe.

Seriously though, I had started on trying to rebase aeon to first monero release that included lmdb, then smooth said he was nearly finished with it so I put it aside...a couple months ago. Maybe we could get it out quicker if one or both of us put changes we've made so far in a public GitHub repo, so more people could collaborate easily with pull requests.
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August 12, 2017, 12:00:54 AM
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@smooth. I reckon, I might have a small idea why the term king is damaged. If it involves a Risto character then yes, but I did not dig into it.

Thank you for the update and it is good to hear from you.

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August 12, 2017, 10:39:37 PM
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Hi I recently built a rig with an NVIDIA1080ti card and i7 processor. I am staking coins but am also trying to figure out how to solo mine. I currently mine with NiceHash but I want to at least solo mine even if it's just to learn a few things. So far I downloaded the server and client for AEON. This coin is my first attempt to solo. My server node is running and my wallet is open.

I believe I need a config file so I created this ... I have this saved in my folder where the server and client are, Or do I need to have this in the ccminer foiolder?
rpcuser=xxxxxx    (( walletname ))
rpcpassword=xxxxx   (( wpassowrd ))
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=11180
port=11181
gen=0
server=1
addnode=94.130.32.60:11180
addnode=98.165.192.54:11180
addnode=5.9.40.202:11180
addnode=91.219.164.176:11180

I also made my bat file ... I have this in my ccminer folder and double click it to start the miner.
ccminer-x64.exe -q -a cryptolight -o http://127.0.0.1:11180/ -u walletname  -p wpassowrd

When the miner starts its so fast when it opens, but it also closes just as fast and I cant really read the red error I am getting. Would someone be so kind to help me. Thanks !!!
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August 12, 2017, 10:52:39 PM
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Hi I recently built a rig with an NVIDIA1080ti card and i7 processor. I am staking coins but am also trying to figure out how to solo mine. I currently mine with NiceHash but I want to at least solo mine even if it's just to learn a few things. So far I downloaded the server and client for AEON. This coin is my first attempt to solo. My server node is running and my wallet is open.
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You can't solo mine on cryptonotes like you can with bitcoin clones if you want to use a GPU. You basically have to run your own pool.
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August 12, 2017, 11:45:50 PM
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Hi I recently built a rig with an NVIDIA1080ti card and i7 processor. I am staking coins but am also trying to figure out how to solo mine. I currently mine with NiceHash but I want to at least solo mine even if it's just to learn a few things. So far I downloaded the server and client for AEON. This coin is my first attempt to solo. My server node is running and my wallet is open.
...

You can't solo mine on cryptonotes like you can with bitcoin clones if you want to use a GPU. You basically have to run your own pool.

So let me see if I understand this. CCMiner is basically just another NiceHash? I say that because no matter what, I have to use a pool to mine a coin?

Funny - I find it amazing how i'm smart enough to figure out how to solo mine. Why would you say I need to run my own pool?

Wallet says:
[wallet WmsJVr]: start_mining 1
Mining started in daemon
[wallet WmsJVr]:

Server says:
Mining has started with 1 threads, good luck!

Thanks for your help, I'm gonna make some adjustments now and rock this!
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August 12, 2017, 11:53:51 PM
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Hi I recently built a rig with an NVIDIA1080ti card and i7 processor. I am staking coins but am also trying to figure out how to solo mine. I currently mine with NiceHash but I want to at least solo mine even if it's just to learn a few things. So far I downloaded the server and client for AEON. This coin is my first attempt to solo. My server node is running and my wallet is open.
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You can't solo mine on cryptonotes like you can with bitcoin clones if you want to use a GPU. You basically have to run your own pool.

So let me see if I understand this. CCMiner is basically just another NiceHash? I say that because no matter what, I have to use a pool to mine a coin?

Funny - I find it amazing how i'm smart enough to figure out how to solo mine. Why would you say I need to run my own pool?

Wallet says:
[wallet WmsJVr]: start_mining 1
Mining started in daemon
[wallet WmsJVr]:

Server says:
Mining has started with 1 threads, good luck!

Thanks for your help, I'm gonna make some adjustments now and rock this!

ccminer only pool mines for aeon or other cryptonotes. When the wallet says you're mining that means CPU mining.
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August 13, 2017, 12:14:45 AM
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Hi I recently built a rig with an NVIDIA1080ti card and i7 processor. I am staking coins but am also trying to figure out how to solo mine. I currently mine with NiceHash but I want to at least solo mine even if it's just to learn a few things. So far I downloaded the server and client for AEON. This coin is my first attempt to solo. My server node is running and my wallet is open.
...

You can't solo mine on cryptonotes like you can with bitcoin clones if you want to use a GPU. You basically have to run your own pool.

So let me see if I understand this. CCMiner is basically just another NiceHash? I say that because no matter what, I have to use a pool to mine a coin?

Funny - I find it amazing how i'm smart enough to figure out how to solo mine. Why would you say I need to run my own pool?

Wallet says:
[wallet WmsJVr]: start_mining 1
Mining started in daemon
[wallet WmsJVr]:

Server says:
Mining has started with 1 threads, good luck!

Thanks for your help, I'm gonna make some adjustments now and rock this!

ccminer only pool mines for aeon or other cryptonotes. When the wallet says you're mining that means CPU mining.

Thank you for that last reply.

In concluding I understand this coin is a CPU/RAM coin of which I built my system around this same idea. I hope this coin sticks to the whitepaper ...

By now scrypt has already been applied in Litecoin [14] and some other Bitcoin forks.  How-
ever, its implementation is not really memory-bound:  the ratio “memory access time / overall
time” is not large enough because each instance uses only 128 KB. This permits GPU miners
to be roughly 10 times more effective and continues to leave the possibility of creating relatively
cheap but highly-efficient mining devices.

Moreover, the scrypt construction itself allows a linear trade-off between memory size and
CPU speed due to the fact that every block in the scratchpad is derived only from the previous.
For example, you can store every second block and recalculate the others in a lazy way, i.e.  only
when it becomes necessary.

This in turn implies that a machine with a CPU
200 times faster than the modern chips can store only 320 bytes of the scratchpad.

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August 13, 2017, 04:49:18 PM
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Should I buy AEON now? Is it a good entry point?

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August 14, 2017, 06:37:40 AM
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Should I buy AEON now? Is it a good entry point?

You definitely should! the price is all time low. and the coin has potential to triple its price during the coming couple of months. if you have funds to spare then buy, transfer the coins to the private wallet, and wait until the price recovers. I guess the 10-12K range is ok to buy. it is very unlikely the price will go down much, though the up trend is starting to show its signs, so you can miss the big jump in price to like 18K
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August 14, 2017, 11:00:24 AM
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I still have AEON on poloniex and I just wanted to withdraw it to my offline Wallet.

But it is already for 24h on pending...

I have confirmed the e-mail for withdrawal.

Anybody else got the same problems?
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August 14, 2017, 12:12:02 PM
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aeond eats 6.5GB of memory, is this a joke?)
I guess there are no online wallets because no one in their right mind will run this RAM hungry daemon.
And Bittrex wallet is offline too, just great...

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I still have AEON on poloniex and I just wanted to withdraw it to my offline Wallet.

But it is already for 24h on pending...

I have confirmed the e-mail for withdrawal.

Anybody else got the same problems?

AEON in poloniex??  Huh
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aeond eats 6.5GB of memory, is this a joke?)
I guess there are no online wallets because no one in their right mind will run this RAM hungry daemon.
And Bittrex wallet is offline too, just great...


You can use it:

1) Use hitbtc.. wallet is ok..
2) Use simplewallet with another daemon, ex:
simplewallet --daemon-address node.aeon-wallet.net:11181

PS: I use simplewallet with node.aeon-wallet.net from weeks.. no problems.. works fine for me..
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August 14, 2017, 06:36:45 PM
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I still have AEON on poloniex and I just wanted to withdraw it to my offline Wallet.

But it is already for 24h on pending...

I have confirmed the e-mail for withdrawal.

Anybody else got the same problems?

AEON in poloniex??  Huh

It was listed on poloniex until 2015 but then it got delisted.
So they still have my coins.
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August 14, 2017, 08:59:23 PM
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You can use it:

1) Use hitbtc.. wallet is ok..
2) Use simplewallet with another daemon, ex:
simplewallet --daemon-address node.aeon-wallet.net:11181

PS: I use simplewallet with node.aeon-wallet.net from weeks.. no problems.. works fine for me..
Thanks for the hint. Volume there is pretty low, however pumps happen on both hitbtc and bittrex Smiley

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August 14, 2017, 10:05:31 PM
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Bittrex +100%

https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-AEON

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This is insane... anyone know what is happening?

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August 14, 2017, 10:55:02 PM
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I still have AEON on poloniex and I just wanted to withdraw it to my offline Wallet.

But it is already for 24h on pending...

I have confirmed the e-mail for withdrawal.

Anybody else got the same problems?

They process withdrawals for delisted coins manually from time to time. I'd suggest a support ticket if it isn't processed within a week or so, but given what has been reported about Poloniex support tickets generally you may be in for a long wait.
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August 14, 2017, 10:58:35 PM
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May I ask - are there any plans to implement AEON into an existing darknet market e.g. Dream?
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August 14, 2017, 11:45:24 PM
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Why the sudden pump on Bittrex ? Any news about the coin ? Did the price rise just naturally happen or is the result of an accomplishment ? On the official site I don't see any info about the team or a Slack channel. Where can we get  in tough with the devs ?

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