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Welcome to the Monero General, dedicated to the discussion of the world's leading decentralized P2P privacy cryptocurrency!

Monero is secure, low-fee, and fungible, meaning users can send XMR around the globe despite corrupt governments or broken financial systems. Innovative privacy features such as Ring Signatures, Stealth Addresses, and Ring CT ensure that Monero's blockchain is obfuscated -- In other words, the financial history of all Monero users is encrypted from the prying eyes of adversaries on a public blockchain, with transactions being visible only by a user willingly providing a view key.

Monero has also improved upon the scaling downsides of current popular cryptocurrencies. To avoid high fees, dynamic block size ensures that the size of the blocks will increase as the amount of transactions increases. Further, the mining network algorithm RandomX establishes that anybody with a CPU can participate in mining, preventing the ASIC miner domination that creates a high barrier to entry. Lastly, the mining network will be preserved by Tail Emission -- instead of the block reward falling to zero like with Bitcoin, the block reward gradually approached 0.6 XMR in June 2022, where it will forever stay. This constant linear inflation means the inflation rate will asymptotically go to zero while continuing to provide an incentive to miners to maintain the network.

If you still have questions, feel free to ask and a MoneroChad will be with you shortly.

XMR Redpill: https://yewtu.be/wq6w03E2DS4

XMR Stats: moneroj.net

USE Monero: https://cryptwerk.com/pay-with/xmr/

OFFICIAL WEBSITE - getmonero.org



>Non KYC:
Crypto ATMs
see: kycnot.me



Official Gui/Cli

IOS: Cakewallet
Android: Monerujo

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You are glowing

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P2Pool combines the advantages of pool and solo mining; you still fully control your Monero node and what it mines, but you get frequent payouts like on a regular pool.

P2Pool has no central server that can be shutdown/blocked because it uses a separate blockchain to merge mine with Monero. There's no pool admin that can control what your hashrate is used for or decide who can mine on the pool and who can't. It's permissionless!

Decentralized pool mining (P2Pool) is pretty much the ultimate way to secure a PoW coin against 51% attacks. When P2Pool reaches 51% of the total network hashrate, Monero will be essentially invulnerable to such attacks.


If you have a PC or laptop:

1. Download Monero GUI

2. Pick 'Advanced' mode

3. Set up your wallet

4. Keep the default Daemon settings "Start a node automatically in the background"

5. Once sync'd, go to Advanced->Mining and pick 'P2Pool'. If you have a laptop or low-end PC (~50 kH/s) pick "Mini" pool, else pick "Main"



Many inexperienced miners think that big pools give better profits which is not the case. Your profits in the long run depend ONLY on your hashrate, NOT on the pool's hashrate.


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*****/XMR/ Monero General Info-Dump*****
>*****/XMR/ Monero General Info-Dump*****
*****/XMR/ Monero General Info-Dump*****
>*****/XMR/ Monero General Info-Dump*****

Learn more about Monero's key features and excellent future prospects, have some common misconceptions dispelled and discover the cold hard facts about Bitcoin, Zcash and PirateChain. Also featured is a noob-friendly buying, storage and wallet guide.

>Monero: it's what new Bitcoin users think they bought. Every feature, explained

>Why Monero is so untraceable: a rundown of the powerful stealth tech Monero utilizes

>The Writing on the Wall: Monero replacing Bitcoin as the new standard

>Breaking News: no, Monero still isn't traceable

>Vaporware: why nobody is worried about CipherTrace's magic crystal ball

>Very Clever Math: how we can verify that the XMR supply isn't being inflated

>Pssst, wanna buy some Monero? Follow these simple how-to guides

>Bitcoin: The Original Non-Fungible Token

>Why Monero is Better than Zcash: the "privacy coin" criminals won't touch

>The Lowdown on PirateChain: why this Zcash clone is considered a scam


- added Proof-of-Stake update to Zcash Blackpill
- added list of available desktop/mobile wallets
- expanded all sections with more relevant info, graphics & videos
- added easily linkable headers and sub-headers (link icon to the far right)
- added a new section about traceability FUD

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Never forget what this is ultimately all about.


>Help grow the circular Monero economy: buy/sell goods & services with/for XMR!


>Live off XMR with Cake Pay (currently US only)

>or with CoinCards (currently US & CA only, UK, EU & AUS coming soon)

>Monero stickers for guerilla marketing

Say buh-bye to Bitcoin and support the growing number of Monero-only darknet markets/vendors.

# = recently launched, exercise caution

>Asur Market
>Chimera Market #
>Cloud Market #
>Dark Matter #
>Darkmoon #
>Mellow Market #
>Retro Market #
Onion links: https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/fs7ax

Anonymously exchange BTC for XMR using a reputable darknet service

>Majestic Bank (exercise caution, possibly exit-scamming)
>Infinity Project

>Poker Club: play no-limit Texas Hold'em in real time with 2-8 players over the safety of Tor with the privacy of Monero! No user account required.

>XMR Poker

>Want to support further development? Donate to the Monero General Fund or MAGIC Monero Fund

>Have a particular set of skills? Join a Monero Workgroup and (potentially) earn XMR!!!

>Want more Monero-chan? Donate to the Community Art Fund

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>The irrational exuberance of cryptocurrency investors

Irrational exuberance is characterized as a hype-fueled mania that causes investors to massively overestimate an asset's real-world value. In this delusional state, investors tend to become so smitten with expectations of greater profits that they disregard the assets’ potentially weak fundamentals and drink the proverbial Kool-Aid.

This then leads to them recklessly and repeatedly buying into whatever asset is currently rising in the charts, thereby triggering and/or sustaining an asset bubble. This bubble is kept inflated solely by the mass delusion that the market price is justified and will only keep going up in future, effectively becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy. Note that bubbles can last for years, especially in an age of easy investor on-boarding. However, when history inevitably repeats and the bubble bursts that optimism invariably turns into panic as the asset crashes back down to its real-world value.

In finance, the "greater fool theory" suggests that one can sometimes make money through the purchase of overvalued assets—items with a purchase price drastically exceeding the intrinsic value—if those assets can later be resold at an even higher price.

In this context, one "fool" might pay for an overpriced asset, hoping that he can sell it to an even "greater fool" and make a profit. This only works as long as there are enough new "greater fools" willing to pay higher and higher prices for the asset. Eventually, investors can no longer deny that the price is out of touch with reality, at which point a sell-off can cause the price to drop significantly until it is closer to its fair value, which in some cases could be zero.

This effect is often further exacerbated by herd mentality, whereby people hear stories of others who bought in early and made big profits, causing those who did not buy to feel a fear of missing out.


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>No tail emission = Bitcoin is fucked

Right now, at the current hashrate, miners break even on energy expenses at a BTC price of $22K. Post 2024 halving, that break even point, at the current hashrate, goes up to $44K. If BTC does not go to $44K, miners will be unprofitable and hashrate will have to drop (miners going out of business) to reduce the cost of securing the network, also reducing the security.

If you know anything about the power of 2, you already know that things get very big, very fast. If we’re 3 halvings into 32 total halvings, then the estimated break even point for miners at current hashrate going into the last halving would be:

$22,000 * (2^27) = $2,952,790,016,000 per BTC

$2,952,790,016,000 per BTC * 21 Million total Bitcoin = $62,008,590,336,000,000,000 BTC Market Cap

The block rewards shrink so fast that after enough halvings Bitcoin would eventually require a $2.95 trillion price per Bitcoin and a $62 quintillion market cap to sustain the current cost of $7.15 billion/year.

Even if these numbers were somehow realistic, can you imagine securing a $62 quintillion market cap on only $7.15 billion/year of hashrate? LOL.

And that’s assuming energy costs do not increase at all over the next 120 years, which they will.

So basically BTC mining will eventually become so unprofitable the hashrate (network security) will shrivel up UNLESS it is subsidized by BTC transaction fees.


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Nobody puts this amount of effort for free, glowie.

Since your thread is flopping so hard maybe you could give me a nice blowjob.

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Sure thing, boss.

>> No.51504088

does anyone have this original pic?

>> No.51504114

Why are my hash rates lower by 25% than average for CPU model in xmrig benchmark?

>> No.51504147

>running Windows
>not running xmrig as root
>running too much other stuff in the background forcing process rebalancing across CPU cores
>thermal throttling

>> No.51504157

Are you using monero-gui or XMRig? Are you using MSR hack?

>> No.51504245

>running as root
>barebones Alpine with only xmrig, htop and tmux running
>frequency as expected for multicore load
Maybe I need crazy ram OC? I have just DOCP enabled.
xmrig, MSR gets adjusted by it on launch.

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if anyone out there has 30GB of VRAM at their disposal you should do some textual inversion training in SD so it recognizes monerochan and share the model

>> No.51504274

IDK maybe it's musl-related? Just throwing ideas out here. What CPU?

>> No.51504303

Will check, I think it was comparable in Arch.
Ryzen 1700

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I mine a privacy meme coin.

>> No.51504394

Definitely check your RAM speed settings in your BIOS. A lot of AM4 boards ship with absolutely retarded settings that cap your DDR4 to 2400MHz.

>> No.51504453

DOCP enabled, 3000 MHz is there, small difference with disabled

>> No.51504527

Update your BIOS maybe? I had horrible luck with Linux on my 2700X until I updated it.

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Reporting in
IRC- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/tzm4s
Aliases- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/bjbx3
Extras- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/daxte
Nodes- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/ke2k8
Mining- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/c7na4

>> No.51505186

Same results in Arch
Updated, same results. Maybe I need to replace cpu? 3600? Should consume same count of watts.

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best I got is this glowie one

>> No.51505331

Try booting with mitigations=off as a kernel parameter.

>> No.51505446

If a new iron curtain didn't send privacycoins to the top, what will?

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is 24GB enough?

>> No.51505624

>new iron curtain
which one would that be?

>> No.51505640

no changes. I went from 4900 to 5300 H/s by automatic OC on motherboard, at 50% watt increase, not worth it.
If I need to buy different parts to get higher profits, I'm open to it. Just no enterprise 1 million dollar parts.

>> No.51505669

Take a guess

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Looks cute. Any more AI Monerochans?

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>Trusted technology, growing adoption

Zcash was launched by one of the most respected technical teams in the world.

Zcash is the 'https of blockchains,' protecting your freedom to save and spend as you like.

Zcash was the first project to implement zk-SNARKs, a novel form of zero-knowledge cryptography that gives its users the strongest privacy available in any digital currency.

Multiple, independent organizations are funded to innovate on Zcash.

Zcash is already available on top exchanges, digital wallets and a growing number of applications.

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This is what Monero chuds don't want you to know.

Buy Zcash if you actually want to make it.

>> No.51505741

Hash/watt ratio is what you want to focus on. I get ~14-15 kh/s on my 3950x's pulling only 120 watts at the wall for the entire rig.

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>> No.51505803

New XMR wallet being developed.

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>> No.51506010

Why is the smack outline on irs-chan's cheek from a left hand, when monerochan has hit her with her right hand?

>> No.51506062

Double slap

>> No.51506268

It's pretty common on /k/, they might be able to help

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>DARPA is ending their bitcoin project and is dumping all the bitcoins and sending the alts down with it too

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>> No.51507009
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Would anons be interested in a bot for Matrix that lets you use BTCPay Server payment buttons to do ecommerce via chat? BTCPay Server supports Monero, so this would allow you to have an e2e encrypted "chat storefront" without any requirement for any centralized service at all, or a need to constantly babysit a chat client to "man the store."

>> No.51507030

>if anyone out there has 30GB of VRAM at their disposal you should do some textual inversion training in SD so it recognizes monerochan
I have 6x RTX A2000's on a 5900x with 16gb ram behind me, so 36gb vram total
wat do

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I would love to see a betting site (sports, elections, etc) in the deepweb that accepts monero, no javascript, no registration, no regulations, no taxes, no bullshit.
Just create your own bet in the event you want to bet and any anon can accept it if they consider it to be a good bet.
I completely lack the knowledge to do such a thing, just throwing the idea out there.

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The funny part is we haven't even had the Mt. Gox coin release yet.

>> No.51507658

>Install SD
>Replace model.ckpt with waifu diffusion weights
>Follow instructions here to train new monerochan dataset

>> No.51507668

I think 1xbit does what you describe, but I've never used it.

>> No.51507699

This is a really terrible set of points. It claims to be secure, like Monero, but then tries to sell that by NOT being secure it can trick regulators. It is owned by one company and it's supposed to be bullish that they are cucking to regulators whilst paying them off so that they can exist. "Buy CorpCoin because it's gonna have its lobbyists make Monero illegal!".

This shit was written at around the time of the bullrun, I think early in it? Meaning that if you believed everything about sucking regulator cock, the logical choice wasn't Zcoin, whose business model is a bad version of Ethereum, plus trying to trick buyers into thinking it's secure. You would instead have recommended Monero if you believed in privacy (and made a nice gain by the end of that bullrun) or Ethereum if you believed in any of the values of the writer (worth with regulator, bunch of smart well paid experts, long term this and that) and made a PILE of money.

The thing ends with "look it's just like bitcoin". If you believed THAT you would have invested in bitcoin, which was something like 30k there and going to double before the end of the bullrun.

Basically, at the time that was posted, every coin that does what he claims Zcash did pumped like fucking crazy, and Zcash did not.

Zcash started with some dumb bugs, had a special trusted thing (which would have allowed for any amount of secret minting), and to this day some wallet could have a million times the max supply of that shit and no one would know. Nowadays, even access to that trusted whatever wouldn't let you mint stuff, but back then? If that thing wasn't provably deleted, one or more wallets could have been privately stuffed full of crap.

It's also stupid because every private coin thing stands out amidst all the public ones, a shining beacon. It's not a privacy coin, it's more of a red flag if you use the private option.

>> No.51507703

i wish that was me

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>It's also stupid because every private coin thing stands out amidst all the public ones, a shining beacon. It's not a privacy coin, it's more of a red flag if you use the private option.
That's by design. It's a honeypot.

>> No.51507837

Needed and based

>> No.51507850

anyone else ever stay up all night or even multiple days on end getting high on stimulants and masturbating to increasingly deranged pornography? I did that last week and am worried I broke my dick. It's been almost 48 hours and my dick don't seem right. Wondering if I ruined some of the blood vessels, it still seems sensitive to the touch. Oh God please don't let my dick be destroyed. I promise if I regain the ability to have a full erection I will buy at least 5 moneros each month for the next year

>> No.51507938

i haven't ejaculated in 26 days

>> No.51508012

How about dont touch it for a year.

>> No.51508105

Likely good advice for his Monero wallet too

>> No.51508288

I once went 7 months without spilling my seed...didn't seem to improve my life very much though

Perhaps, I am moving back in with my parents soon. I certainly won't be buying stimulants and masturbating excessively. Not sure if I'm gonna go a whole year though. I'm just hoping I didn't perma wreck my dick through drug abuse

>> No.51509193

That sounds like a good pet project anon since I've been wishing for an OpenBazaar-type system with XMR support, but I have a bad gut feeling about Matrix and greatly prefer XMPP. I think it'd be cool if it were an open source project but I don't think many would really use it.
>t. runs a private XMPP server for fun

We've all been there, anon. Mine didn't involve amphetamines but I put my dick through some serious torment in the past (erections still happened, but were incredibly painful. Considered a hospital visit a few times despite being amerifat). But please, do yourself a favor and buy the XMR because we're either going to 0 or Mars, and I doubt the global black market will die because of some silly law getting passed.

>> No.51509253

privacy so good that no one uses it.

>> No.51509317

even the z-cash waifu is inferior to monero chan.
Can you guys at least try for once to full ass something kek my sides

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MONEROMARKET.IO - Use XMR to buy and sell goods

>> No.51509350

Hey goys, I found a listing on localmonero to buy monero in-person for cash and I was wondering if any of you have done this?

What should I look out for to avoid getting mugged or whatever? I plan to use cash btw.

>> No.51509367

I have done it. Cash and all, just meet in a public place. Takes like two seconds you dont have to really say much if you wanna be autistic

>> No.51509382

I've never bought XMR in person, but for firearms deals it's standard practice to meet in the front of a gun store during business hours. The occupants serve as free security and nobody thinks twice about seeing a firearm trade, so you should probably do something similar if you're in the States. If not, maybe meet in a grocery store parking lot near a police station

>> No.51509459

Thanks for the tips bros. Looks like the guy put the address to his house (lol) on the site. It looks nice, so I assume that they're hopefully white. I'll probably just ask to meet at a coffee shop near his house or something.

>> No.51509571

The Jews fear XMR. Every time you buy XMR, the Jew screams in pain. The nosy Jew wants to know your wallet amount but he can't. Stand against the glowie Jew, stack your XMR.

The Jews cannot stop the parallel economy. You can live off XMR using gift cards. Food, stuff from Amazon, gas, plane tickets and hotels. You will never need to cash out your XMR. You just buy the things you need with XMR.

Jews have been kicked out of 110 countries because they're slimely subversive little fucks. Sam Bankman-Fried (born March 6, 1992) is such a Jew that steals funds from his customers.

The Jews hate people who own XMR.

>> No.51509581

That sounds like a plan, anon. I doubt someone would use their home address to mug someone, but people have done dumber. Considering the nature of crypto in general, he's probably white or a nigger with white sentiments so you should be ok meeting him. If in the States and you get a bad gut feeling, I'd still bring a handgun and/or friend just to be safe

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Yesterday my bank cockblocked me when I tried to buy 10 XMR off Kraken, couldn't complete the transaction. Looks like that was a timely failure.

>> No.51509727

I'm sorry to hear that, anon. Maybe you can DCA instead

>> No.51510042

My bank cockblocked me when I tried to buy XMR on Zelle.
Which bank do you use anon? Wondering if it's the same kiked one.

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Local credit union. It might have just been a server failure because I so far haven't gotten a message from their fraud prevention department.

>> No.51510432

Apparently the guy selling the GTA leak used btc.
I hope they bust his retarded ass.

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ETH is same as XMR in energy consumption goyim!


>> No.51511090

I do all my high value deals at the local police station. I think they even have a lobby open during business hours specifically for craigslist type cash sales.

>> No.51511182

LOL look the time period. Very up to date!!!

>> No.51511310

Have they implemented huge page support for Monero GUI? If not, it's better to get XMRig, ~30% higher hashrate than GUI mining.

>> No.51512563

>yo bros pls centralize all mining gains so we can 50% stake your ass.

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What are you talking about?

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I was thinking about getting some privacy/monero stickers printed. Obviously it would be cheaper per sticker to buy more of them so I wanted to ask the chuds around here If they would buy some If I put them on moneromarket.io. They would be around 1-2 € per sticker depending on size and quality. Shipping a letter worldwide from where I live is also pretty cheap. We could do an online image poll to choose some designs just let me know if you are interested.

Pic rel is something I would want in good quality so I can put it on my laptop

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wtf is this

>> No.51513756

someone sold 71 monero? wtf is your point?

>> No.51513874

>wtf is this
Someone sold 71 XMR for a grand total of $7463, so $100 a piece. What's the problem anon?

>> No.51513895

A little over $100, that is

>> No.51514281

>he doesn't know

>> No.51515212
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What are your thoughts on my quick edit, anons?

>> No.51515307

Posting my Monero Diffusions thus far, making more. Any prompt ideas are welcome so I can queue up 100 at a time from work.


>> No.51515546


Goddamn, that's sick as fuck!

>> No.51515584

Thanks, anon. I thought it turned out pretty well so I figured I'd share

>> No.51515740

>>51503811 >>51503888 >>51504088 >>51505322 >>51505499 >>51505722 >>51507699 >>51508288

>> No.51516101

How much faster will AMD 7000s be for mining? If I had to guess, not significantly

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Any marketplaces for atomic swaps? I wanna check it out. Thanks chads.

>> No.51516668

We haven't had benchmarks yet.
Nice work. Anything with wownero makes me happy

>> No.51516703
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>Posting my Monero Diffusions

>> No.51517426
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Doing God's work

>> No.51517717
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my 135$ buy order didnt get filled by a couple of cents

>> No.51518040

Is feather wallet able to mine P2Pool Mini and main?
Someone knows?

>> No.51518190
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It's service isn't available since a while because the authorities have sacked it. Please keep that shit up to date.

>> No.51518232

According to the website, not at this time.

>> No.51518255

sweet. so bitcoin won't go to a $1million?

>> No.51518266

is it possible to have a mobile wallet that can access my desktop gui wallet?

>> No.51518295

You can import your seed and use it on either device, but both have to sync individually.

>> No.51518322

what's the best way to make a big buy of monero non-kyc? like 10-100k?

>> No.51518392
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sell loads of you-know-what

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new one I did today

>> No.51518416

You'd probably be better off splitting it into smaller trades instead of doing 1 big one. Maybe try LocalMonero or see if there's some way you can get another crypto non-kyc and swap it.

The Jew fears the Coca Cola merchant

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>so bitcoin won't go to a $1million?

Bitcoin is rapidly losing relevance in the only 100% crypto-based commercial sector in the world, its privacy solutions have been dismissed as inadequate & second-rate by authoritative OPSEC gurus while its fungibility woes are only getting more dire as the regulatory noose keeps tightening.

TL;DR: Bitcoin will continue coasting on hype for a while longer but as more and more users keep getting burned sentiments will inevitably begin to change.

>> No.51518485

I'd say it will be a very long period of booms and busts until the $1mill mark.

>> No.51518560

>He doesn't know Bitcoins' difficulty adjustment every 2016 blocks


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>I'd say it will be a very long period of booms and busts until the $1mill mark.

On the strength of what? BTC can't even maintain relevancy in a sector it had historically dominated over the past 10 years and loss of confidence tends to be contagious.

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>>He doesn't know Bitcoins' difficulty adjustment every 2016 blocks

Hopefully it'll keep adjusting down until we can all mine it on our computers again.

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Do you know?

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The biggest fud is that mining is coercible. Hard, but doable to capture miners. Lightning is still very early, can be made much more private and programmable and integrated with other shitcoins that provide for shit like daos, which despite current homoness have high potential. Having a single ordering of data as a reference secured by primo hashpower has inherent value, btc is a useful chain due to its very high security of data integrity. Ironically its the lack of fungibility of the utxos that provide lots of algorithmic flexibility not available to xmr.

Xmr is more secure though, and if payment channels or some sort of recursive zk scheme takes hold, starks are not so much moon math, they're polynomial interpolation and hash functions, I would place a higher value on monerochan.

Ultimately both chains have their own use cases, and I stack them with love

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>primo hashpower

Yeah, but how large is its attack surface?

>> No.51519927

This articles implies that no PoW crypto can be store of value, so monero also won't go to a $1million.

>> No.51519954

It's like you didn't read my post at all. Are you a bot or just stupid?

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>It's like you didn't read my post at all. Are you a bot or just stupid?

Industrial BTC mining has a large physical attack surface.

>> No.51520075

>Lightning is still very early
It has been here long enough
>can be made much more private
Lightning won't ever be private and is centralized which kind of beats the point of decentralized currency.
Sure you could incorporate other shitcoins but what is the point? So speculators can jerk to numbers go up?

>> No.51520086

Petrichor, vetiver, musk and just a touch of honey to sweeten it a bit.

Decided to start on scent #2 while I'm waiting on labels to be delivered.

What are you doing to help promote Moneros use as a currency?

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>I don't have any idea why privacy in layer 2 isn't as good as layer 1.
>am I a bot or am I just stupid

>> No.51520398

I stack XMR, LTC, BTC. Sprinkle in some DOGE and WOW for the memes. PoS smart contract coins are scams

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Keyed, I remember seeing this legendary moment

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Just wanted to highlight this post from the last thread, very insightful

>> No.51521608

do you have more like this? I wanna make posters and put it on the wall.

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I'll post what I have, 1/?

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7. Looks like I need to expand my folder, you may also be interested in >>51515212

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I love these

>> No.51522703

Thanks anons

>> No.51522729

>unnatural colored hair
I'd hoverhands too

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>> No.51525054

I just like the coin bros

>> No.51525185
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Uploading the latest batch to the mega I posted earlier. I know there are a lot of them, but I really love how some of them have turned out.

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Good stuff anon, some of the more abstract ones remind me of those subtle happy merchant memes >.

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Morning, frens.

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>> No.51527575

It's 2AM for me lol, but good morning.
Every day is a good day to slurp some xmr.

>> No.51528483

Im so fucking bullish on it, its fast, secure and low-cost payments piqued my attention
been holding doge and xmr, going to keep holding.
including sylo, gonna accumulate an assload of it over the next couple years to increase my yield on uniswap.

>> No.51528716

Using LTC and seeing it's ecosystem is super bullish. LTC is the yin to XMR yang.

>> No.51528736

>good morning ser

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based brit anon

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>> No.51529509

thanks for the laugh. good one! can you prompt "jews investing in btc"

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>> No.51530169

i think all my friends are now mining monero. i guess i should start too or i will be bullied.

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>> No.51530209

Every CPU I own do XMR mining when they are idle.
I am enlightened.

>> No.51530260

i actually have bunch of sony phones that have aosp support from sony. i'm thinking of compiling android in a headless mode and run xmrig on them. if headless mode is not possible i'll compile lineageos or something.

>> No.51530331

mining on old phones can be a fascinating hobby. Check this out:

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A swiss bank

>> No.51530404

yeah. arm chips are surprisingly performant. it's just that mobile operating systems are almost universally shit.

>> No.51530491

not sure why ztrannies cant get their own thread to shill in

>> No.51530547

And who would they shill to?
Another ztranny?

>> No.51530673

Because it would die immediately

>> No.51530713

A layer-2 solution, in contrast to layer 1 solutions, is unable to interact with DeFi protocols directly and relies on bridging technology and this has many security flaws.

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Happy Tuesday Moner-bros

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Can we make it in a plus size?


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>LTC is the yin to XMR yang
what the fuck did you just spilled out?

so basically all the coins i hold are in your bag, except that i have eth, near and a lot of busd on binance
i most use ltc to exchange for KRW and EUR
use the sylo wallet to store my nfts
doge has nothing to offer, but i made the majority of my profit from it.

>> No.51533594

That's badass, anon. Where'd ya get it?

>> No.51534021

please seek help

>> No.51534127

what am I looking at?

>> No.51534558

retard here, if i buy xmr from lets say kraken, would kraken be able to know what wallet i own?

>> No.51534765

Use a sub address, maybe send to another address after receiving if you're paranoid. The most they would know is the address you withdraw to and the amount, trail goes cold after that so if you don't reuse the address on other sites then you're good.

>> No.51534857

Just stupid it seems. Literally started my post with

>The biggest fud is that mining is coercible. Hard, but doable to capture miners.


>Xmr is more secure though

No it hasnt, less than a decade and use has only just now taken off. People will iterate.

>wont ever be private
You have no idea and I am not spoon feeding you. Try being less hostile and maybe you wont be blindsided when the world does not conform to your every expectation

>Sure you could incorporate other shitcoins but what is the point

Decentralized VPNs, content hosting, crowdfunding, the list goes on. Arent you tired of the internet being captured by shitty centralized players? Shitcoins are directly attempting to fix this.

I like XMR but you guys are terrible. If someone isn't sucking your dick for how smart you are for stacking monero, you lash out like a downie.

>> No.51534872

LTC is more approved coin and I use it to get into crypto and trade into XMR. I also use it to pay family friends that don't use XMR... yet.
Just send to a throwaway wallet and then send to main wallet

>> No.51534984

Mimblewimble is a testament to the seriousness of their privacy. I applaud the efforts but they have a lot of ground to cover and seeing the XMR is still improving, we bet on what's proven.

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zoom out

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Milspin, custom order. I reached out to them by e-mail and explained what I wanted and they were able to make it happen for an additional custom fee and some time reviewing color mock-ups. Now that they have made one I bet you could just request the same thing and cite the picture for reference. Since they made it once now I would think they wouldn't have to reinvent the wheel.

>> No.51536445

>Mimblewimble is a testament to the seriousness of their privacy
MW has been long broken, a guy with $10 or less can effectively deanonymize the entire network live. The Litecoin devs must've know about this, but they went ahead.

>> No.51536736

Thanks, anon!

>> No.51537409

>>wont ever be private
>You have no idea
OK buddy, I'm not reading the rest. Have a nice day.

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The quest for ai monerochan

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Is there a way to contribute to this?

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YouTube version that doesnt instantly get claimed kek

were experimenting in the /xmr/ matrix general, could drop some prompts if you have any good ones.

>> No.51538612

Oh fuck yeah I would be super interested in this.

>> No.51538634

What are some good atomic swaps for a new monero head? I have been using the centralized exchanges but obviously that's retarded. Can some one recommend me a service? ITT: US resident

>> No.51538755

Can I sell RYO cigarettes on Minecraft-bay? Surely there's a market for such a thing

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>> No.51539590

Be the change you want to see in the world, Anon.

>> No.51539685

I've never done any atomic swaps personally, but it looks like you can do them with BTC<->XMR. You might want to check out Bisq in the mean time if it doesn't meet your requirements, there should be a fair number of options there.

Bisq is a decentralized exchange that operates through Tor, it supports a few different coins.

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>> No.51541162

Slow Tuesday for you lads? Im taking it slow spoon feed me news on monero

captcha AWGR2k

>> No.51541236
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A few hours ago some generous anon donated 41 XMR to complete funding for four more months of development on ETH-XMR atomic swaps.

>> No.51541274


Any updates on the Havano DEX project?
It would be nice to have something like Bisq that's more user-friendly and Monero-centric. The biggest issue I have with Monero is how fucking HARD it is to get coins anonymously.

>> No.51541363

Haveno's UI developers are effectively on strike because of the lower fiat exchange rate. SeraiDEX is the new interesting project.

>> No.51541714

last update was that their testnet is live and functional but like other anon said, no UI.
so at least theyre still working on the backend but Serai is for sure the new intrest

>> No.51541722

testnet announcement

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looks good. saved.

>> No.51542022

nice. thanx

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>> No.51543003

P2Pool is a decentralized sidechain not a literal pool you sperg.

>> No.51543496

Web page links you to a discord and a matrix, has nothing else interesting.

Sketch. Be more interesting once it works.

>> No.51543620

Look at the github you tard.

>> No.51544949

post monero balance

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>post monero balance frens, also post all your transactions, also post your seedphrase kek kek lul

>> No.51546140


Post nose.

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Introductory Monero documentary made with footage taken from Monerotopia.


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Now I have yellow fever.

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I regret searching for the music video

>> No.51547767

Lizzy of ETH-XMR swap is a troon.
Well, a good code is a good code.

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>> No.51547839

How many /xmrg/ posters can you recognize:
I for one can recognize:
1. wireyboi
2. monerobull/art-anon
3. loli poaster
4. Hodlin' Caulfield
5. ZCash unironic shill
6. Anon who posts 'sex with monero chan' and nothing else
7. Anon who posts some /pol/ general's link
8. "It is morning in burger land" anon
9. British anon
10. leb-anon (have not seen him around for a while, hope he is okay)

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Bros, what do you think of monerochan dressed like a christian saint or something..
Notre Dame de Privacy.
Is artanon in this thread right now?

>> No.51548535

Try it as a prompt for stable diffusion.
It might create something decent.

>> No.51548593

11. poompa bang bang anon
12. when we getting rich lads? anon
13. anon who tells us to zoom out
14. butterfly anon (missing)
15. monerobull anon

>> No.51548636

you already had monerobull so I replace it for 15. JOHN FOSS from the MONERO MOON ISSUE

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I'll take a crack at it

You cut me deep anons

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Hooy shit. Saved. Thanks, m8.

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>> No.51551769

I bought

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>> No.51552152

when're we getting rich lads?

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>> No.51554657


After listening to this nigger he does make a point: we need to destroy the PoS/anti-PoW narrative if we want to get policymakers off our backs.
Could we steal a page from a bitnigger playbook with the 'put option on energy' schtick? PoW rescues electricity that is lost to ground anyway; we can spin it in a way that's environmentally friendly couldn't we?

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>if we want to get policymakers off our backs.

Who gives a fuck what they think, assume Monero will eventually be banned and proceed accordingly.

>> No.51555181

I'm loving this, hopefully in the future we will have an unlimited supply of AI generate monerochans

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happy wednesday

>> No.51556241

Optic cucks get the rope

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>Could we steal a page from a bitnigger playbook with the 'put option on energy' schtick? PoW rescues electricity that is lost to ground anyway; we can spin it in a way that's environmentally friendly couldn't we?

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>> No.51559707

there are pretty good. any tut on how to do it?

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>> No.51559736

Nocoiner here, what price range should I be looking at to buy? Should I wait to see what the price action will be like in Winter?

>> No.51559876

$50 sounds reasonable

>> No.51560154

>timing the market

DCA or come back to cope whenever there's a major price move that you didn't see coming.

>> No.51560312

any major price move is to the downside from here. the fed boomers decided to burn everything to the ground.

>> No.51560350 [DELETED] 

I learned most of what I know from this video:

But I'm using the AUTOMATIC1111/stable-diffusion-webui distro instead

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I learned most of what I know from this video:
[YouTube] Stable Diffusion - Inpainting, Outpainting, Upscaling & More! (embed)

But I'm using the AUTOMATIC1111/stable-diffusion-webui distro instead

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I learned most of what I know from this video:

But I'm using the AUTOMATIC1111/stable-diffusion-webui distro instead

>> No.51560593

Yeah yeah, doom and gloom.

You cannot time the market as good as you think you can.

>> No.51560890

>Nocoiner here, what price range should I be looking at to buy
Anything under 150, especially under 100

>> No.51560911

I say 60-80 range, but it can go lower. Spread your buy orders out.

>> No.51561009

dude just listen to what jerome powell is saying:

more pain, won't let up until inflation is down to 2%, don't care if jobs are lost and the economy is crashed.

>> No.51561236

Yeah, every time 'ol JP hops up on the stand and hikes rates again people lose their goddamned minds and come to /biz/ preaching that the end is nigh.

How about you SPEND your Monero instead of trying to time bottoms perfectly so you can hoard as much as possible and dump it back onto exchange books for fiat funny money.

>> No.51561267

that's not the problem that he hiked every time the problem is he is very clear about that it will continue until inflation is down from 8% to 2%. and that will take a year of rate hikes and absolutely burning the markets to the ground.

bitcoin will be down 90% from ath monero will go down with it and some.

>> No.51561578

>Anon who posts 'sex with monero chan' and nothing else

he already had sex with monero chan last thread, and the thread before that, and the thread before that, and the thread before that, and...

>> No.51561616

PoW will never be environmentally friendly. It doesn't matter though, monero is mined on CPUs which is negligible when compared to the mass waste of energy that is bitcoin mining (I'd bet that even one of those company bitcoin mining farms consumes more power than the monero network)

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>PoW will never be environmentally friendly.

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>PoW will never be environmentally friendly.
PoW coins have less negative externalities than the banks and fiat currency systems they replace. Think about how many different banks you have within a 10 mile radius of you and the absolute shitload of infrastructure and labor that goes into building the actual banks, maintaining them, all the fat ladies that wake up 5 days a week to go work at them and drive back and forth, all of the attendant secondary infrastructure like ACHs, etc. That's not even getting into big picture ideas like destruction that happens as a result of market distortion due to Fed-created market bubbles.

As another point, since 95% of the environmental claims focus on CO2 it's important to point out that the global warming narrative is completely false. The Earth has dangerously low levels of atmospheric CO2 and human beings are actually saving the planet by pumping metric shittons of CO2 locked in the ground back into the atmosphere. The carbon cycle is broken and the "natural" progression is that most of plant life on earth would be dead in a few million years from starvation as carbon fixations pulls CO2 out of the atmosphere and fixes it into carbonaceous rock (chalk, limestone, etc.) We're not destroying the planet, we're literally saving it.

>> No.51562056

Any anon here have experience using Monero to get PMs thru Veldt Gold?

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>We're not destroying the planet, we're literally saving it.
Do you have some sauce for that, anon? I am intrigued

>> No.51563376

Do you guys do giveaways? Like free monero for the plebs, even if it’s worth $10

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and that's not even including the amount of murder of innocent children they facilitate in wars.

Reminder that anyone shilling for legacy banking is pro-slavery for human beings.

>> No.51563634

Want to but haven't pulled the trigger

>> No.51563675

>The Earth has dangerously low levels of atmospheric CO2 and human beings are actually saving the planet by pumping metric shittons of CO2 locked in the ground back into the atmosphere.
This is probably the most retarded thing I've read on this website.
Oceans are literally so acidic due to co2 that the shells of crustaceans are dissolving.

>> No.51563780

The tor project literally gets government funding despite the fact that the NSA cannot crack tor's core security model and the non-profit is located in commie central (Seattle). Before they replaced all the pictures with globohomo art, there used to be pictures of happy white families on computers all over the place. The darknet market that definitely runs on tor isn't mentioned anywhere on torproject.org.
You don't have to like them but narratives and optics do matter.

>> No.51563918

Monero is better than an electric car. You have no massive resource mining operations occurring specifically for Monero Mining, because they use technology that's already readily available, so you aren't adding increased pollution that way, meaning the only pollution is from the power grid (which will exist anyway).

The argument boils down to simply changing our source of energy, since Monero produces no additional waste.

>> No.51564028

>narratives and optics do matter.
Cuck. You never bend the knee. It will only make things worse.

>> No.51564150

The founders said they see no issue with making it leave enough breadcrumbs for investigators to trace

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>This is probably the most retarded thing I've read on this website.
During the height of the last glacial maximum when the oceans absorb the greatest amount of CO2 out of the atmosphere, atmospheric CO2 fell to around 180 parts per million. People always talk about the future timeline of the earth and mention the sun turning into a red giant as the big extinction event, but the reality is the great earth death is much more proximate because when atmospheric CO2 falls to below 150 ppm plants can no longer complete metabolic processes and die from starvation as they can't photosynthesize glucose above their base energy needs.

As the Earth's core cools, volcanism can no longer replace CO2 lost due to carbon fixation and the result is a gradual decline of atmospheric CO2 as the carbon cycle has no magic knowledge of the metabolic requirements of plants, and if you extend the trend line out we cross that 150 ppm threshold in a few million years, which would be the death of almost all life on earth.

The planet got a hail Mary pass at the last minute by having a species show up that really loves pulling absolute shitloads of carbonaceous rock and oil out of the ground and burning it, replacing what volcanism is no longer sufficient to do. Human beings are not the destroyers of earth, we are it's saviours.

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I hate legacy banking. I love Monerochan and I am pro slavery.

>> No.51564469

thanks man, def gonna try it.

did you came across this information in an oil company site?

>> No.51564473

Slavery is bad for the economy

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Sex slavery is not.

>> No.51564524

Privacy adds an extra layer of security. Nobody wants their financial transaction to be made public.

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>> No.51564705

There are emerging solutions that will focus on privacy for defi will make borrowing, staking and lending more secure.

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Nice thread


>> No.51564786

The following posts are me from my phone

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While imperfect, fedgov security state has the best resources for tor deanonymization out of all global actors. It's an asymmetric information advantage to their favor to promote the use of the network.

>> No.51565031

>did you came across this information in an oil company site?
This is why I don't like arguing religion with people.

>> No.51565601

That'd be pretty useful, would make online payment stuff a lot better. I'm unfamiliar with matrix bots so I wouldn't know how that'd work but it'd definitely be good

>> No.51566092

Ben Afflec?

>> No.51566209

I love the founding fathers so much it's unreal.
The best part is that I KNOW that if they were alive today, they would 100% support Monero (for online transacting) and Precious Metals (for IRL transacting).

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I just read on darknet live that the feds are literally starting to anally rape the on/off ramps for monero. Also a tor exit node got raised in Germany. The spooks international are upping their game. And I see monero is going down down down… with all the talk of CBDC’s and shit
I’d still not lose faith. The spooks international will be making some apparent wins. Things are gonna look bleak for crypto and monero for quite some time.
I still don’t think they can track it yet. So long as they can’t do this. Monero is safe. Fuck the feds, the glow niggers and literally every single world government. Yes even you “muh based Russia”

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>get policymakers off our backs
here's a picrelated from 2020 memes

>> No.51567604

Is there a way to buy crypto with a credit card without KYC? Obviously with low fees (not 10% like the scam ATMs)

>> No.51567854

10% premium is a good deal for non kyc crypto

>> No.51568009

>the feds are literally starting to anally rape the on/off ramps for monero
This has literally always been the case lol. It's why so much time has been invested into creating alternatives. Monero will survive because it has demand.

>> No.51568040

>Decentralized VPNs
so TOR but worse, got it.

>> No.51568114

Due to regulations, Monero and other privacy coins, are terrible investments.

This is a fact and can not be refuted. Cope

>> No.51568140

>Being a moonboy faggot
Kek kys

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Gtfo tranny

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>Due to regulations, Monero and other privacy coins, are terrible investments.

Yes, only cucked and otherwise useless surveillence coins are excellent investments.

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Until they do. Superior tech always wins in the end.

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>Superior tech
You idiots are so deluded kek

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See for yourself, Monero doesn't even compare.

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>Monero doesn't even compare.

In the sense that Monero's tech doesn't come with disclaimers warning about the risks of using it, absolutely.

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Cope, it won't be like that for much longer.

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Holy shit Monero now has multsig wallets on mainnet!?


This is huge. This means that enterprises and hedge funds and shit can start holding XMR in their balance sheets. This is bullish for XMR and the general subversion of the NWO.

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I have like 5 posts. I just posted from work, home and my friends home.

>> No.51570705

Damn that's like $120 in ammo in less than a minute.

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>Cope, it won't be like that for much longer.

lol it took elliptic curve cryptography 20 years to mature

>> No.51570836

I was promised 1 XMR = 1 kg coke not 1 min of bullets

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When do you guys think the "Privacy Bubble" will come? My prediction is it will come when govs start rolling out (((CBDCs))). I think 2024-2025.

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Is there anything wrong with keeping bulk of XMR in a hot wallet on a phone? (Serious question)

>> No.51571157

I would probably split it between your phone and a desktop GUI wallet at a minimum.

>> No.51571245

not the wisest move. people don't keep all of their savings in cash in the wallet. Why do that with your main stack? Just set up GUI wallet on a secure computer (or better yet a hardware wallet) for your main stack and just keep spending XMR in your mobile wallet.

>> No.51571337

Is 30 xmr enough to make it?

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100 is officially the make it stack. But realistically owning any amount is good because it's objectively better than owning fiat. No one can predict what the price action is going to be like though.

>> No.51573552

>Hardware wallet
Like a Ledger or Trezor?

>I would probably split it between your phone and a desktop GUI wallet at a minimum.

Is this just a redundancy concern or is a phone inherently less secure?

>> No.51573587

Any way to buy it with low fees then and minimal KYC? Binance wants too much information, address, name, bank details etc.. I’d be okay with ID kyc but I don’t want them to know everything about maybe…maybe another CEX?

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