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April 04, 2018, 09:03:42 AM
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 Heard Ricardo in a youtube discussion saying forks could threaten Monero privacy? Been out of the loop a while.
is that true? what do you think about that?
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April 04, 2018, 09:03:48 AM
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Monero GUI v0.12.0.0 "Lithium Luna" released!

https://github.com/monero-project/monero-gui/releases/tag/v0.12.0.0



Monero GUI 0.12.0.0 "Lithium Luna" Megathread - Download links, instructions for upgrading, guide on how to get started, and guides to resolve common issues (missing a transaction / zero balance, freezing / buggy GUI, transaction stuck as pending, and GUI using all bandwidth)

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/89nofd/monero_gui_01200_lithium_luna_megathread_download/

Please note that, to be sufficiently prepared for the scheduled network upgrade, you ought to run this version.

Privacy matters, use Monero - A true untraceable cryptocurrency
Why Monero matters? http://weuse.cash/2016/03/05/bitcoiners-hedge-your-position/
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April 04, 2018, 03:20:15 PM
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MorphToken Announces Support for Monero Subaddresses
anyone tried them?
they said we do not track any user data. is it true? are they trustable?

Dafuq is a morph token?  Is that like my buddy Brad who smokes weed while on morphine  pain killers?

It is not a token, don't like their choice of names but wateva.  You can morph one token, I mean coin into another, so they are like shapeshift or evercoin and their fees are lower.  Actually you can morph one coin into several different ones in the same tx.  That is their "thing".  They don't support many coins at this time but they do support Monero.

I met someone from MorphToken a few weeks ago and they are an experienced group from a different venture, sorry but I forget who.

Cake wallet has integrated MorphToken into their wallet which makes it very easy to use. 
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April 04, 2018, 09:22:13 PM
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MorphToken Announces Support for Monero Subaddresses
anyone tried them?
they said we do not track any user data. is it true? are they trustable?

Dafuq is a morph token?  Is that like my buddy Brad who smokes weed while on morphine  pain killers?

It is not a token, don't like their choice of names but wateva.  You can morph one token, I mean coin into another, so they are like shapeshift or evercoin and their fees are lower.  Actually you can morph one coin into several different ones in the same tx.  That is their "thing".  They don't support many coins at this time but they do support Monero.

I met someone from MorphToken a few weeks ago and they are an experienced group from a different venture, sorry but I forget who.

Cake wallet has integrated MorphToken into their wallet which makes it very easy to use. 

Sounds like a good idea, and lower fees than the competition should be easy enough to achieve.
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April 05, 2018, 12:57:32 AM
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MorphToken Announces Support for Monero Subaddresses
anyone tried them?
they said we do not track any user data. is it true? are they trustable?

Dafuq is a morph token?  Is that like my buddy Brad who smokes weed while on morphine  pain killers?

It is not a token, don't like their choice of names but wateva.  You can morph one token, I mean coin into another, so they are like shapeshift or evercoin and their fees are lower.  Actually you can morph one coin into several different ones in the same tx.  That is their "thing".  They don't support many coins at this time but they do support Monero.

I met someone from MorphToken a few weeks ago and they are an experienced group from a different venture, sorry but I forget who.

Cake wallet has integrated MorphToken into their wallet which makes it very easy to use.  

Thx for the info, you just added some credence to what I would have assumed was just another shitcoin.

I hope to soon post here a chart or table showing the amounts of moneros traded at any given price level (0-50k, 50-100k, etc.). In my opinion, monero has during all its exchange history been a rangebound coin. The all-time-weighted-average is about 400k, and most of the trade has been conducted at a narrow range of 300-500k. Where the range is definitely broken,

fuck off

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=753252.msg8499186#msg8499186

As if we are too stupid to remember a post from only 3 years ago.


Well hit I knew that sounded familiar but I didn't remember it, nice catch. Smiley

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April 05, 2018, 01:10:57 AM
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MorphToken Announces Support for Monero Subaddresses
anyone tried them?
they said we do not track any user data. is it true? are they trustable?

Dafuq is a morph token?  Is that like my buddy Brad who smokes weed while on morphine  pain killers?

It is not a token, don't like their choice of names but wateva.  You can morph one token, I mean coin into another, so they are like shapeshift or evercoin and their fees are lower.  Actually you can morph one coin into several different ones in the same tx.  That is their "thing".  They don't support many coins at this time but they do support Monero.

I met someone from MorphToken a few weeks ago and they are an experienced group from a different venture, sorry but I forget who.

Cake wallet has integrated MorphToken into their wallet which makes it very easy to use. 

Sounds like a good idea, and lower fees than the competition should be easy enough to achieve.
A "friend of mine" used this recently for a transaction.  Worked well.   1 tx.  YMMV
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April 05, 2018, 03:02:15 AM
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MorphToken Announces Support for Monero Subaddresses
anyone tried them?
they said we do not track any user data. is it true? are they trustable?

Dafuq is a morph token?  Is that like my buddy Brad who smokes weed while on morphine  pain killers?

It is not a token, don't like their choice of names but wateva.  You can morph one token, I mean coin into another, so they are like shapeshift or evercoin and their fees are lower.  Actually you can morph one coin into several different ones in the same tx.  That is their "thing".  They don't support many coins at this time but they do support Monero.

I met someone from MorphToken a few weeks ago and they are an experienced group from a different venture, sorry but I forget who.

Cake wallet has integrated MorphToken into their wallet which makes it very easy to use. 

Sounds like a good idea, and lower fees than the competition should be easy enough to achieve.
A "friend of mine" used this recently for a transaction.  Worked well.   1 tx.  YMMV

Your "Friend" used which Cake wallet or Morphtoken directly?

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April 05, 2018, 03:53:31 AM
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MorphToken Announces Support for Monero Subaddresses
anyone tried them?
they said we do not track any user data. is it true? are they trustable?

Dafuq is a morph token?  Is that like my buddy Brad who smokes weed while on morphine  pain killers?

It is not a token, don't like their choice of names but wateva.  You can morph one token, I mean coin into another, so they are like shapeshift or evercoin and their fees are lower.  Actually you can morph one coin into several different ones in the same tx.  That is their "thing".  They don't support many coins at this time but they do support Monero.

I met someone from MorphToken a few weeks ago and they are an experienced group from a different venture, sorry but I forget who.

Cake wallet has integrated MorphToken into their wallet which makes it very easy to use. 

Sounds like a good idea, and lower fees than the competition should be easy enough to achieve.
A "friend of mine" used this recently for a transaction.  Worked well.   1 tx.  YMMV

Your "Friend" used which Cake wallet or Morphtoken directly?

Morphtoken.  He's pretty non-Apple... this guy... I know...
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April 05, 2018, 04:59:01 AM
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MorphToken Announces Support for Monero Subaddresses
anyone tried them?
they said we do not track any user data. is it true? are they trustable?

Dafuq is a morph token?  Is that like my buddy Brad who smokes weed while on morphine  pain killers?

It is not a token, don't like their choice of names but wateva.  You can morph one token, I mean coin into another, so they are like shapeshift or evercoin and their fees are lower.  Actually you can morph one coin into several different ones in the same tx.  That is their "thing".  They don't support many coins at this time but they do support Monero.

I met someone from MorphToken a few weeks ago and they are an experienced group from a different venture, sorry but I forget who.

Cake wallet has integrated MorphToken into their wallet which makes it very easy to use. 

Sounds like a good idea, and lower fees than the competition should be easy enough to achieve.
A "friend of mine" used this recently for a transaction.  Worked well.   1 tx.  YMMV

Your "Friend" used which Cake wallet or Morphtoken directly?

Morphtoken.  He's pretty non-Apple... this guy... I know...

I only like apples in pies, but I set up the cake wallet for my mom, and it works well if you were looking for feedback there...
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April 05, 2018, 06:35:57 AM
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I think it's time to buy monero if we pay attention monero price is so stable and in a few days it has started trend up, and buy to hold in the next few years will get big profit
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April 05, 2018, 03:02:15 PM
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I think it's time to buy monero if we pay attention monero price is so stable and in a few days it has started trend up, and buy to hold in the next few years will get big profit

It is good to have when BTC is tanking as it seems to be less effected and BTC recovers a bit then XMR only falls a portion of that. So lately XMR has held it's value better than BTC. Riding those waves is doable as well but very tricky, I almost missed out by trying to sell to buy back on a dip, fortunately there was one more dip for me. But trying to be a maker against those bots is brutal. Smiley


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2018-04-05 00:54:52   Buy   0.02486013   0.50000865   0.01243028
2018-04-05 00:54:52   Buy   0.02486055   
2018-04-03 16:40:20   Sell   0.02510002   
2018-03-31 16:14:48   Buy   0.02539977   
2018-03-31 01:52:43   Sell   0.02512026   
2018-03-23 17:48:38   Buy   0.02437090   
2018-03-23 17:46:36   Buy   0.02437090   
2018-03-23 17:42:59   Buy   0.02432711   
2018-03-17 15:29:51   Buy   0.02508859


As you can see the bolded were bad moves.

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April 05, 2018, 09:30:21 PM
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Some comedy gold

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/89ykc9/comic_relief_verge_being_actively_exploited/   Cheesy
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April 05, 2018, 10:45:25 PM
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monero is a good option for investment and good growth slowly but surely, and in my opinion its growth is in waves, and we just have to wait for the time to come and go up sharply
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April 05, 2018, 11:16:41 PM
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That is amusing, whats even more amusing is the Devs attempts at repair!  Smiley

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April 06, 2018, 02:07:24 AM
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This seems to be par for the course in the altcoin community. Does anyone know of any other altcoins that are being developed by serious professionals besides Monero? Random jr members need not reply. Interested in what the regulars think.

Rep Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=381041
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This seems to be par for the course in the altcoin community. Does anyone know of any other altcoins that are being developed by serious professionals besides Monero? Random jr members need not reply. Interested in what the regulars think.

One has yet to come to my attention, and meet the other reasonable criteria.  You know; decentralized, private, open source, fair distribution, etc.  there is always some glaring deficiency. 
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This seems to be par for the course in the altcoin community. Does anyone know of any other altcoins that are being developed by serious professionals besides Monero? Random jr members need not reply. Interested in what the regulars think.

NEXT. Been around for ages, in wallet market / asset  exchange works. Real development. Own codebase.
Somewhat underperformingPeople dont like Java maybe? Pre mine??
 But looks serious to me.

AMP was sort off when it comes to whitepaper and some stubs of work. In the end still just an ERC token. Casper comes to mind when thinking about some of the thoughts formed in the AMP camp. Very, lets say, ambitious. But Im not yet convinced by any POS hypothetical and somewhat theoretical endeavour. But seemed serious at times.

When talking about any 'alt' that was not just a cheap scam clones a'la BobSurplus but had have the odd bit of development and innovation.





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April 06, 2018, 11:55:33 AM
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After the hard fork, the Monero is doing quite well. It has blocks every 10-20 minutes. It will recover to 2mins in a day or two.
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April 06, 2018, 02:08:36 PM
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This seems to be par for the course in the altcoin community. Does anyone know of any other altcoins that are being developed by serious professionals besides Monero? Random jr members need not reply. Interested in what the regulars think.

Grin is top of the list... actually the entire list. It checks most boxes. Their approach is novel. It's a ground up project. Anonymous creator. Active open source development. Fair launch. Egalitarian mining using Cuckoo cycle. They expect impressive privacy and scaling properties that are not disputed by reputable developers. In my opinion, their economic policy is a huge mistake, but Grin is a self described minimal implementation. A mimble wimble fork with a sound monetary policy and the right developers could be very interesting.

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April 06, 2018, 03:55:55 PM
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XMR hardfork price action? https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/monero

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