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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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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 shut down/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. Once P2Pool reaches & maintains 51%+ of the total network hashrate, Monero will be essentially invulnerable to such attacks.

Although many inexperienced miners think that bigger pools give better profits, this is absolutely NOT the case. Your profits in the long run depend ONLY on your hashrate, NOT on the pool's hashrate.


1. Download the *bundled* version of Gupax for your OS here: https://gupax.io/downloads/
2. Extract somewhere (Desktop, Documents, etc)
3. Launch Gupax
4. Input your Monero address in the [P2Pool] tab. USE A SEPARATE MINING-ONLY WALLET!
5. Select a Community Monero Node that you trust, although you can and should run your own node if possible.
6. Start P2Pool
7. Start XMRig

VIDEO GUIDE: https://gupax.io/guide/

You are now mining to your own instance of P2Pool, welcome to the world of decentralized peer-to-peer mining!


OLD GUIDE FOR P2POOL MINING FROM THE MONERO GUI WALLET: https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/eecbe


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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 (now available in 140+ countries!)

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

>Monero stickers for guerilla marketing

>Buy silver bullion with XMR (US only)

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://pastebin.com/raw/Ttnew9Yb

>LocalMonero is now available on I2P

Anonymously exchange BTC for XMR using a reputable darknet service

>Majestic Bank
>Infinity Project

or a reputable clearnet service

https://trocador.app/en/ | I2P: http://trocador.i2p/en/

>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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>What is I2P?

I2P is an anonymized P2P overlay network akin to the Tor network but with several key advantages over it. I2P is now replacing Tor as the go-to darknet and will play a pivotal role in growing the Monerocentric economy.

>Why should I care? Why should I run a node?

Increasing shadow economy adoption and the proliferation of an XMR-only standard are what guarantee that XMR will have a floor and won't also crash to zero when the Crypto Casino finally implodes. XMR's long-term outlook is therefore *strongly* correlated with the darknet, you may have already noticed how the number of TXs begins to drop whenever the glowies attack & cripple the Tor network, which underscores just how critical it is that the darknet wins this war against the State. Make no mistake: if the darknet is allowed to die XMR will take a devastating hit as well.

So by running an I2P node you are helping to make the network Monero thrives in that much more robust while also enraging glowies in the process. Win-win!

>OK, but how difficult is it? Do I have to store GBs worth of data like when running an XMR node?

It is literally as easy as installing an Android app and no, there are no storage requirements, the node only consumes some bandwidth.

>Cool, I'm sold. What do?

If you have no interest in browsing the darknet yourself then the simplest solution is to install & run the I2Pd Android app on any compatible (Android 4.1+) device, ideally a TV box since they don't require recharging and are permanently online. But any old phone or tablet is fine too. Make sure you activate "start on boot" in the settings.


Otherwise just install the appropriate desktop client and leave it running.


The console is accessed via or the menu in Android.

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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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As a swiss bank account having billionaire, how much of your fortune would you stash in XMR right now? Be realistic.
For me, no more than a few percent. The only argument I have as to why, is the current hashrate. Every other "crypto" "currency" is a scam on some level, but I feel like Monero is still in a vulnerable phase regarding the cost of an attack.

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>Pumps the least
>Dumps the least

>> No.53998352

Orange woman good, number stay constant.

>> No.53998429

I have an iq of 90 (literally. Was tested 4 years ago). Is there an application like the "tor browser" but for I2P??? I don't have the mental ability to configurate shit, I just want to buy some LSD and fuck off

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>> No.53998611
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Prestoum OS. So easy even bitcoiners could use it

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Reporting in
IRC - https://pastebin.com/kP1gZ1Hk
Education - https://pastebin.com/V0SFR8qU
Mining - https://pastebin.com/Rd1V8P5L
Nodes - https://pastebin.com/j6Vv2Xn6

>> No.53998758

+1 for PrestiumOS. Get it here: https://prestium.org/

Video walkthrough: https://piped.video/watch?v=xHxGm6BK6j0

>> No.53998791

Its not perfect, lacks persistence, but its functional and the only tails like i2p option that im aware of. Great for casuals

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Do you think we're reaching the depression stage of the crypto market now?

>> No.53999625

you'll know we're in the depression stage when you stick a gun in your mouth

>> No.53999858

child bearing sex with monero-chan

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>> No.54000901

why is btc dumping?

>> No.54001684

what site is this?

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mempool.space, it's a block explorer for bitcoin that is actually good. In fact, someone ought to make something similar for monero.

>> No.54002596

okay now that you mention it I know of that site, for a brief moment I thought that was upcoming monero blocks and assumed it was end of days

>> No.54002637

So, why did the market not respond strongly to the BTC blockchain becoming a literal cringe compilation last month?

>> No.54002700


They can never ever undo the dozens of gigabytes of bloat drivel that have been committed to the chain.

Give it 5-10 years for people to start asking
>do we really need to sync the CP blocks?
>do we really need to sync the Qu'ran blocks?
>do we really need to sync the ordinals blocks?
>why can't we just figure out some way to ignore the data someone else uploads to the chain
>why do I need this extra 275GB of useless junk?

>> No.54002844

Monerobros, I'm new to crypto and also fairly retarded. So I'll ask, I've been doing some research on banking and e-commerce and at one point there was a way to buy items off ebay with xmr, but it's not functioning now. There were some impressive vendors and shops made recently, but as of now inventory and volume is kind of smaller scale. I'm interested in this ecosystem but with ebay specifically is this still a thing? For glowfrens I'm not doing anything illegal or planning to.

>> No.54003621

Ebay doesn't allow crypto directly. You could use coincards to buy an intermediate form of fiat, or pay a dropshipper XMR to buy on your behalf.

>> No.54004216

>Never forget what this is ultimately all about

>> No.54004262

so mental outlaw opened a store

>> No.54004676

Ebay never allowed that.
You are right that the ecosystem is growing. Which is why we recommend using Monero and encouraging others to use Monero.

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Unix pioneer discusses the history of Unix, the Free Software Movement, Linux, and it's culmination in Monerochan and Monerochan-like operating systems.


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Anything that isn't PoW is a scam.
Anything that isn't ASIC resistant is a scam.

>> No.54005972

Yeah I saw that. It's just some overpriced dropshipping site, but it spreads the message that monero is for commerce which is the point. Good for that guy.

>> No.54006071

Thanks bros, I'm definitely interested in helping Montero grow.

>> No.54006099

based self aware retard

>> No.54007192

Only 1/5th of the Justice Department's Bitcoin has been sold so far. 10k down, 40k more to go.

>> No.54007468

Why is government so bearish on BTC?

>> No.54007498

Be careful, hanging out around here can turn you into a Montero Maximillianist

>> No.54007528

I personally think they are washing it with Monero and various other coins and will turn it back into BTC so they can actually use it without being surveilled. I.e. I think the government might be using Monero as intended. We're only a few years away from them realizing the last step of washing it back to BTC is not needed.

Note: this is pure hypothesis and conjecture not based in any fact or evidence.

>> No.54007572

also if that's what is happening, we would reasonably expect it to take weeks to perform that amount of washing with liquidity as it is, I would assume. so... idk, do with that conjecture what you will. Tarzan swings possibly opening up

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Monerobros... are we back?

>> No.54008181

Is a BTC sold by government worth the same as a freshly mined BTC?

>> No.54008201

Unfortunately it is subjective and as such we must seek greater degrees of on chain fungibility than can be guaranteed by the current implementation of the bitcoin network.

Gonna take some time to get that word out tho, and it just *looks* like the government is washing bitcoin with Monero, I just popped in to point out it would be funny and bullish if so.

Maybe DoJ has been lurking and has gone full maxi and they won't actually swap back, maybe its all coincidence, anyway, thanks for always keeping this thread alive anons.

>> No.54008204

I'm thinking we're back.

>> No.54008845
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Looks like the Ztrannie shills haven't showed up yet, and I don't feel like waiting any longer to post this.

>Zcucks are bootlicking retards who don't have even the slightest understanding of Monero, let alone their own much more complicated shitcoin

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>I think the government might be using Monero as intended.
LMFAO, Monero is not "intended" to be a bitcoin mixer, it's the bitcoin replacement.

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>Proceed to checkout
>Please select a currency
>Zcash at the bottom of the list

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>> No.54009997

I legit had a dream last night that monero was 100 dollars, I'm the chosen one

>> No.54010025

1 goat/XMR is a reasonable valuation. Everything else is at least 1000x overvalued

>> No.54010110

sounds like fud

anything other than world reserve currency is too low a valuation

>> No.54010117

is mental outlaw trying to scam his audience? reading the most recent comments on that video are calling him out hardcore

>> No.54010426
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Btc maxi seething

>> No.54011155
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New Monera Senorita dropped

>> No.54011649

Anyone know why XMR withdrawls and deposits are suspended on kucoin

>> No.54011685

What a dumb argument lul
I like bitcoin and monero. They have different usecases, simple as.
Companies and international transactions wont use monero, but its a welcome addition for individuals.

>> No.54011842

Wondering the same thing. Hopefully it is only temporary. I didn't see any notification from KuCoin

>> No.54011860

my entire networth is in xmr on kucoin

>> No.54011873

>Companies and international transactions wont use monero
sorry, what?
I use exclusively monero to send money abroad, why would I ever use bitcoin for that?
and why companies are not going to use monero? maybe you mean "massive multinational corporations" and in that case I agree, but I can 100% see smaller businesses both online and local using monero to save on taxes, fees, etc.
daily reminder that your democratic government format is becoming stale and soon people will realize they don't have the manpower to enforce everyone to use the same currency, and you'll get true parallel markets soon (in two weeks).

>> No.54011918

forget ebay
use moneromarket.io

>> No.54012126

question for the more-technologically-inclined monerochads: how would one verify that a precompiled binary, from the ios app store, matches its FOSS codebase?

>> No.54012210

I'm thinking unwitting misconfiguration of monero-wallet-rpc or the node he's using. Doesn't really seem like a huge incentive to scam.

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I'm kinda interested in buying some innocuous, physical stuff off of there. How does the shipping process work?

>> No.54012563

Try to do something like this: https://forums.whonix.org/t/how-to-verify-the-monero-binaries-that-are-shipped-with-whonix/16439/5

>> No.54013481

well thats retarded

>> No.54014129

right, but how would one derive and verify a cryptographic hash from an ios app distributed by the app store?

>> No.54014294

No I don't think so. I think he is trying to make money and that does involve doing things like dropshipping.
Is this still an issue? I briefly looked and it seems like most of the criticism is selling chinese hardware.

>> No.54014569

I have no idea I haven't even tried it, myself.

If those comments are substantive I'd guess it's just some misconfiguration, doesn't really seen in-character to do that.

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same exact reason why binance suspends withdrawals all the time as well, liquidity issues.

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they have no XMR for you to withdraw fren

>> No.54016899

Bros wtf

>buy a bunch of XMR thinking us gov gonna come down hard on crypto
>us comes down hard than I even imagined
>XMR is down against btc

Why? People wanna get fucked up their asses with securities taxes and fees? Normies too lazy to read for 20 minutes?

>> No.54017581


Have you met people?

>> No.54017611
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Hot on the heels of Mercury Market from last week, here we go again, yet another Monero-only DNM has just launched, this time exclusive to I2P, making it unfathomably based. Say hello to Astra!!

I've lost count of how many Monero-only markets have launched over the past year, its easily 5 or more. The times they are a'changin' and deluded Bitfags will be the last ones to realize it hahahahaha

Anyway, really glad to be seeing DNMs exclusive to I2P starting to spring up, I2P is a better fit for hidden services for a variety of reasons so the more the merrier.

We're living in exciting times, gentlemen, there's definitely a buzz in the air........

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BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE!!!! Would you believe that yes, YET ANOTHER Monero-only market has also just launched??!!

Say hello to GoFish Market!

Really starting to get tired of all this winning! Help me out, maxipads, tell me all about how muh Lightning Network is going to make Monero obsolete or something!

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I'm no moonboy, honest, but the amount of money I've lost with XMR is starting to hurt a lot. I can't cash out because that would be tarded, but I'm sick of this eternal crabbing.

Has anyone had any success with transferring their XMR to a stable coin when it peaks and switching it back when it dips?

>> No.54017756

where do you see those releases, any i2p forums?

>> No.54017776

>XMR only
>on the invisible internet (I2P)
based as fuck

>> No.54017897

how can you lose money? did you lose your key?

>> No.54017921

I've lost money because my average purchase is ~$180.

>> No.54017981

so you lost the money when you purchased it?

>> No.54018033

I get what you're implying, dude.
>muh 1xmr = 1xmr

>> No.54018072

Confirmations got faster by 1 min!
From 3.5 min to 2.5 min average.

>> No.54018317

If you've been DCAing for the last few years it's nearly impossible to not be up or at least breaking even in dollars and monero at this point, unless you started off by dumping in a LOT of money all at once at an inflated price point (very retarded)

Swingies get the rope, time in the market beats timing the market.

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Imagine saying this with a straight face.

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Btc privacy is a scam.

>> No.54018768

Not really helpful, but ok.

>> No.54019158

It fell out of the top 100, you're beating a dead zebra

>> No.54019374

No, you will not be successful swing trading between monero and centralized shitcoin stables. At best you'll match USD inflation while creating dozens and dozens of likely high value taxable events, when you COULD simply dollar cost average, likely outperforming the absolute bird brain idea of swing trading unbacked "stable" coins on centralized exchanges that have you by the balls, while creating precisely 0 taxable events and costing you practically no effort. It can even be automated, because all you're doing is buying on a regular schedule.

but hey what the fuck do I know, it's your money.

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>It fell out of the top 100, you're beating a dead zebra


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>So easy even bitcoiners could use it
I wouldn't go that far.

>> No.54020537

>Companies and international transactions wont use monero, but its a welcome addition for individuals
This has nothing to do with the argument you're mentioning, which I remember reading awhile ago and thinking it is flawed, but that's different. You need to actually address the argument.

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>Other cryptocurrencies such as BTC, LTC, ETH, or DASH will NEVER be added

>> No.54021697

Only hope for fags like us is to stack dollars and wait for double digit prices again, which appears to be on its way given the bank situation going on

>t. ~$175 average buy-in

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Your participation needed:

Global Hyperinflation. General /GHG/ >>>/pol/419202502

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>> No.54023650

>how do i download it and know it's not infected
weird, you would assume bitcoin developers know about hashes

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Fucking kek, the absolute state of BTCbros
These are the same people who think L2 privacy implementations could ever be as secure as XMR

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>These are the same people who think L2 privacy implementations could ever be as secure as XMR

They're showing up on Dread now begging for LN to be considered, no prizes for guessing what the responses are like lol

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>faster and kind of anonymous
Whats the odd this retard uses the markets from his iPhone

>> No.54024448

Bumping this, I know the sites for tor addresses but not a good one for i2p

>> No.54024817

I find it so funny when they just get shut down immediately.

>> No.54024949

There's not too many. These sites try to catalog all the sites

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>transferring their XMR to a stable coin
I swapped to wef comped usdc a few weeks back. just sitting in it as the bloodbath is just starting. Thought it to be better to wait for the pivot. Was thinking about swapping to pax gold (paxg) Fucking gold pumped some today due to all this bank shit. Regret.

>> No.54026470
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never seen bitcohen so backed up before.

>> No.54026612

~$250 bud.
calm down, it'll go back up again.
literally buy more now to lower your position.

>> No.54026902

noone is that retarded

>> No.54026969
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Any of you ever had an exchange through Majestic Bank take a long, long time?
Made the exchange almost (if not) 24 hours ago and still hasn't come through to my wallet.
It's a rather larger exchange and in my experience those do take longer so I'm sitting on it and seeing if it sorts itself out but I can't help but get anxious. If it's not through by the end of the weekend (should I make it sooner?) I will have to shoot them a Telegraph or whatever they use. I'd rather just let them do their thing though as they have always come through in the past.

Only thing is I didn't get the exchange ID, and the site was bugging out when I was trying to update the exchange page (any of you who use Majestic Bank a lot knows their website can be a bit quirky) so I only have the associated sending and receiving wallet I used for the exchange.

So yeah any anons had similar experiences or can give some advice on what to do?

>> No.54027041

>I didn't get the exchange ID
If I remember right, I believe that the ID is in the URL. Check your history to find that url.

>> No.54027285

Nope, as I said the site was bugging out on me.
You are correct though (when the site is working properly).

>> No.54028047

hit up their support, and supply your txid.

>> No.54028285

Yes, I did once, took about 48 hours total for the 1.5 Monero to appear in my wallet. Like the anons above said, message them on Telegam, or use the support option on their site.

>> No.54028426 [DELETED] 

>hit up their support, and supply your txid.
>read the thread, faggot
Cheers anon. It's a bit more than 1.5XMR but I'll sus it.

>> No.54028497

Cheers anon. It's a bit more than 1.5XMR but I'll sus it.

>> No.54029157

Circle is now implicated in SVB. Might want to swap back.

>> No.54030493

I stop paying attention to shit for a few days and everything goes sideways. This is truly gold.

>> No.54030935

You're way ahead of the curve if your prediction of normies smarting up is correct. >People
don't know shit about crypto, money, economics and why it's all important.

>> No.54031584

So I don't understand. Is US banking collapsing again? If so, shouldn't crypto be skyrocketing? Especially Monero

>> No.54032202
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Just SVB, at the moment, due to it being run by a bunch of completely incompetent diversity hires.
Since most people who use crypto are tourists that heard about it from Twitter and probably use CEXes, of which many projects had unsecured deposits in SVB, there's worry that some of these other projects are going to get FTXed, and by extension, the money people hold in them, from what I'm gathering.

>> No.54032223
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Anyone else excited for bitcoin to go down some more? Lets be real, the way they worded this makes it seem like they are FUCKED as they didn't disclose how much of that 25% was at SVB. The USDC printer is probably going down. Patiently awaiting their announcement as to how much they are going to be short!

>inb4 our exposure is 10 billion, not that bad right guys?

>> No.54032242

>there's worry that some of these other projects are going to get FTXed, and by extension, the money people hold in them, from what I'm gathering.
Never thought about that aspect, even more hilarious!

>> No.54032595

Brainlet here, how do I buy Monero without having to give personally identifiable information to an exchange?

>> No.54032631

get a pickaxe and get to minin' partner

>> No.54033129

Use localmonero.co

>> No.54033143

local monero

>> No.54033929
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Monerochads, question from a brainlet:
Is there any way to mine my own transaction? I've seen nodes(?) in countries I don't like so I was curious if it's a possibility.

>> No.54035317

Miners don't "mine" transactions per se. They find the solution to the RandomX algorithm which involves finding a hash that meets the difficulty target of the network.
Once your mining nodes find the right hash then it can select a set of transactions from the mempool, bundle them together into a block and propagate it to the network.
So yes, you can "mine" your own transaction, if you make a transaction and then somehow 2 minutes later your node is the one that finds the right hash to mine the next block, sure.
But I believe you're talking about broadcasting your own transaction using your own node. This is the default behavior if you're not using a remote node. Your node will communicate with other nodes in the network to make sure everyone is in the same version of the monero software, at the same block height, with the same mempool, etc. Because your node is your node you can certainly block IPs from connecting to it for whatever reason you want, but you censoring some nodes from countries you don't like won't do much really.

>> No.54035820
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>USDC depegging
>DAI depegging

>> No.54035821

>Which is why we recommend using Monero
I use it practically everyday, Ethereum too! And there are some instances where sylo comes in.
>encouraging others to use Monero
I've been telling some frens, they don't know what they're missing
Kek, I'm already a monero maximalist

>> No.54035835

What a fuxk

>> No.54035932

How safe is it to use localmonero to get some XMR with PayPal? I want to do a cash by mail trade but I need at least one good trade first so I was thinking about just doing PayPal instead.

>> No.54035988
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don't be a fag.
we can go much bigger.

>> No.54037119


>> No.54037322

xmr niggas be like
<durr gubirmint will fall
<muh anarchy
Grow up.

>> No.54037339

onion urls are dead lmao

>> No.54037353

Little to no practicality at all lol

>> No.54037369

Who the fuck still uses I R C.

>> No.54037541

>little to no practicality
>literally the means to get on the I2P network
Oh, look a new seething bitshit faggot is here

>> No.54037750

Name a service an actual service that is a household name that uses the protocol
Onions are more well known than I2PEE

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>> No.54038041

the funny thing is glowniggers need it more than we do

be sure to really make them pay for it

>> No.54038139

also every business needs something stable, and since digitized records and communication isn't going anywhere, where else do they have to turn other than monero, you think they'll go back to gold, or use visabucks, very funny

this is the new world, the bluff is almost over

>> No.54038300

>schizophrenic general

>> No.54038440

they'll kvetch and squirm, but eventually we'll win, same story

>> No.54038569
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>> No.54038727
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Salty Bitfags are salty: >>54037697

>> No.54038748

I'm pretty sure that OP is a false flagging XMR enjoyer since they used a tranny image.

>> No.54038779

I do indeed respect transwomen.
Contrapoints my belove.

>> No.54039391
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I have good mood today and will send 0,01 xmr to anyone that will replay to me with address

>> No.54039655

using monero to get cc and stuff from coincards or coinsbee works fine
I was testing cakepay, got a cc but it gets declined every online store I tried to use it
anybody using cakepay cc ? does it work?

>> No.54039684
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A lot of stores won't accept virtual CCs of a particular pedigree.

>> No.54039712

perhaps that's why

>> No.54039932

XMR can’t moon until it has liquidity
It won’t get liquidity because nobody will offer it
Therefore, it won’t moon

>inb4 dude just use this shady shitty website that has 4000 hits since 2014

>> No.54040119


thx friend...

>> No.54040353
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Monero is... The only software made since the PDP11 was first manufactured that actually solved a real world problem we... actually need and you can buy a xmr for the price of a battery operated impact driver. A real actual tool in the form of electronic signals, a perfected bitcoin, the first working hammer of the information age. Monero marketcap is worth more then oracle, microsoft, apple, google, redhat, facebook, amazon, nvidia, amd, intel, IBM, the entirety of the technology sector. Its worth more then any attempt at an AI, its worth more then the databases of the global economy.

>> No.54040398
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>It won’t get liquidity because nobody will offer it

The free market is a loving God.

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>> No.54041435
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>schizophrenic general

>> No.54041592



>> No.54042847

just use a remote node takes like 5min max or feather suppos. is as fast as 1-2min

>> No.54043062

>Monero is... The only software made since the PDP11 was first manufactured that actually solved a real world problem
There's bittorrent too... and tor just to name a few

>> No.54043114


Wagmi brah

>> No.54043152

Thank you Anon, I will now take the Monero pill.

>> No.54043259

>use moneromarket.io
Love the site
Hate the fact no one even uses it

>> No.54043406

Is it legitimately legit? I saw some guy from Vietnam selling a nice watch some months ago but I was hesitant.

>> No.54043429

I've used it for some digital goods wothout issue. The scam part is up to whoever youre transacting with but they do have an escrow system>>54043152

>> No.54043459
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>Hate the fact no one even uses it

Its time will come.

>> No.54043512


>> No.54043563
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Not chads.

>> No.54043600

Someone post the covid masked wojak edit of this shit lol

>> No.54043622
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>> No.54043636

It's the only crypto I’ve actually used to buy goods and services online
it's default settings is completely private, combined with strategic encryption

>> No.54043644

Compliance is in their dna

>> No.54043672
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Checked btw

>> No.54043696
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Can't have a tsunami of Wall St investment without compliance, bucko

>> No.54043848

Kucoin is usually slow to rectify things. They were also slow to begin trading of NXRA. Fucking retard exchange.

>> No.54043915

How d fuck did you forget to talk about CYMI that offers crypto payment in a secured manner with millions of merchants anons?

>> No.54044248



>> No.54044295

Good, wall street shitters get the rope

>> No.54045442


uhh, why does the guy on the left have a baby on stage, and whose baby is it?

>> No.54045580
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Monero is a pretty cool guy. Eh buys Ketamine and doesn't afraid of anything.
He has one fatal flaw tho - I can't use him to buy steak.

>> No.54045776

Necro reply, but the reason this isn't that big of an issue is XMR is the top performing CPU mining coin. Vulnerability to hash rate attacks only matters if you aren't the top coin or the coin is nearly dead. There's a theoretical attack on XMR via the Feds renting out AWS or something, however I don't think that's a realistic attack vector. Perhaps some other anons can help expand on that, I'm not too familiar with XMR game theory.

>> No.54045794

coincards bro

>> No.54045823

Ironically the greatest compute pool the feds have can't be used for Monero attacks because it's not connected to the Internet: classified AWS and Azure regions running airgapped on SIPR or similar networks. Regular AWS prohibits CPU miners in the ToS.

>> No.54045852

>Regular AWS prohibits CPU miners in the ToS.
Do you really think this is gonna stop the feds if they need it

>> No.54045920

Yeah actually, because they have yuge penalty clauses in their AWS contracts and would end up paying a hojillion dollars in excess use fees. Unless 51%ing Monero was necessary to win a war or something it's got negative ROI for them.

>> No.54046062


K? what vendor?

>> No.54046082

>Therefore, it won’t moon

>> No.54046092
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on the monero CLI, what's the difference between these two commands:

start_mining [<number_of_threads>] [bg_mining] [ignore_battery]

start_mining_for_rpc [<number_of_threads>]

and what parameters make the most sense for a desktop?

>> No.54046121

Nice try glowie. You will never have my steaks!

>> No.54046497

>>54040119 >>54040827 >>54041592 >>54043114 >>54044248
you got it

>> No.54046547

>want to buy monero with fiat so I can go spend it
>go to localmonero
>click on first user with the most transactions
>all sellers are pretty much this
>if you cancel the purchase request because that's gay you get bitched out over PM

Do you people actually use this shit?

>> No.54046585


ty based privacy chad

>> No.54046597

am i late?

>> No.54046836

MoneroMarket.io FTW! A week ago on it, I made my first ever sale of a physical item for crypto. I felt so proud! I also sold a few digital items there. It's actually quite more active than I thought. Definitely recommend you to put your stuff on sale there. Even the stuff you don't expect to sell quickly. It's an easy and direct way to contribute to the Monero economy.

>item is bought
>you ship it to the displayed address
>put the tracking number in if you have it
>the recipient receives the item and okays it
>coins released to your account
>if something goes wrong, there is a dispute process

Miners mine blocks to which transaction go. Transactions are broadcast (ideally) to all nodes so whoever mines a block will add those transactions into that block.
If you run your own node, it doesn't matter some other nodes are bad. Dandelion++ means the originator IP address of a transaction is not clear. And the details of the transaction itself are private of course.
If you don't don't run your own node but instead connect your wallet to remote nodes, then that node will know your IP. But that too can be solved by using remote nodes over an anonymity network like Tor or I2P.

Not just! Mixed with plenty of autism too.


>> No.54047314

If you're not a schizo, you can just buy from Kraken. The whole point of Monero is they can't see what you do with your money after it's in your wallet. So buying KYC is much less bad with Monero.

>> No.54047333
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wtf thx based anon I think you sent me a few too many

now I am just ~3 xmr away to have the suicide stack

>> No.54047350

thanks a lot!!!

>> No.54047421



just bought 1 monero in binance and withdrew, if you send 0.01 you will be matching by 10x the withdrawal fee

thanks in advance if you send any

>> No.54047511

get fucked binance you will have to now buy 1 more monero to replenish your withdrawal buffer, too bad!

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>> No.54047566


>> No.54047574
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If I'm not too late Anon, if not a nice weekend to ya


>> No.54047691


just in case. would be my first amount of xmr.

>> No.54047726

Based XMRAnon delivers. God bless...

>> No.54047730

you now realize that almost the entire altcoin market is botted against bitcoin

>> No.54047761

I hate the this financial system. Fuck the irs

>> No.54048082
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Based. delivered.

>> No.54048162

sir please

>> No.54048460
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thanks sir, ill use it wisely.

>> No.54048708

>>54046585 >>54046597 >>54046836 >>54047421 >>54047574 >>54047691 >>54047761 >>54048162

you got it

>> No.54048733

can anyone explain to me what is the importance of sites like dread?
are they just index of tor/i2p sites or there is more to it?

am i too late? either way good night anon.

>> No.54048746


thanks based charity anon

>> No.54048817
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>> No.54048912

received, ty monero bro.

>> No.54049118
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extra .01 confirmed, thanks again. ill use it to tip my favorite xmr youtuber.

>> No.54049234


can i have some of those juicy xmr of yours

>> No.54049258

Z-library uses it

>> No.54049263
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irl sigma chad

>> No.54049315
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Based CLI wallet user.

>> No.54049342

thank God for that

>> No.54049346

thanks anon, i was going to ask how much xmr are you holding but i don't wanna sound like a glowie.
i wish you well

>> No.54049541


>> No.54049605

I'm prone to thinking the florescent actor will come knocking and won't take no for an actor if there is a real threat to the established financial system.
What does the future look like for botnet recruitment, will there be a bigger source of mining labor thanks to third worlders getting personal computers, or a smaller pool because average users will only have low powered client type devices?
Is there a tipping point with respect to price, where mining XMR becomes more profitable than anything else a botnet might be put to work at?

>> No.54049612

can i get a second booster?

>> No.54049628

>Won't take no for an answer

>> No.54049693

>importance of dread
Dread is a hub for DNM users, a place for people to learn th practise and importance of opsec, share reviews of vendors etc. Its important because the DN is difficult to navigate and people are prone to phishing attempts without sources for verified onion links. Its a part of the DN community and culture

>> No.54049967
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here fren

>> No.54050037

Can I redeem ?

>> No.54050326

thx fren i appreciate it

>> No.54050805

>>54048733 >>54049234 >>54049541 >>54049612 >>54049967 >>54050037

you got it

>> No.54050945

Is now a good time to trade BTC for XMR or do you guys think there'll be a dip some time soon?

>> No.54050974

I think now is a good time to trade USD for both BTC and XMR before the banks open up on Monday.

>> No.54051112

yeah i think you're right, thanks anon

>> No.54051531
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Thanks bro gonna donate to an extremist organization. Take a gif

>> No.54051832
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>> No.54052657
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any amount of Monero is worth this potential ban of my IP for a while for posting an address. Blessed poster.



>> No.54052816


>> No.54053033

OK, WHAT MARKET? i jusr want some good uncut k.

>> No.54053336


dread is like reddit, but for darknet market info

>> No.54053349
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Thank you fren :)
Thinking about whether or not to send it to the art fund or use it towards hooter tendies

>> No.54053578


thank you for doing the needful kind sir

>> No.54053687


>> No.54054591

Probably too late but worth a try

>> No.54054753


>> No.54054773

>dread is like reddit, but for darknet market info
Not exclusively but yes mostly. I know there are some guys who run a monero subdread.

>> No.54054784

Retard here, if I trade wrapped monero on uniswap can I trade it for monero easily?

>> No.54054854

I wouldn't. Who's to say you will actually be able to redeem the wrapped monero for real monero?

>> No.54055524
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Please, sir could I have some...

>> No.54055539
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Forgot the address.


>> No.54055545

Had fresh Mint install, is the offer still up?

>> No.54055647
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The current banking uncertainty and looming financial crisis poses an excellent opportunity to increase XMR adoption, both within the current crypto ecosystem and in the broader population.
This is especially true given how eager maxipads have been to prostrate themselves before the establishment ( for proof, just look at their obsequious conduct toward Gary Gensler, Michael Saylor or any other establishment crony who looks their way).
I think the time is ripe to start truthfully showing Monero as the one true alternative to the system.
Do you agree?
What do you think is the best way to proceed?

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>> No.54055678
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>> No.54055732
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>> No.54055785
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>> No.54057000

there is absolutely no reason why anyone shouldn't have at least a suicide stack. if i was a millionaire i'd get a make it stack. probably set up my own mining operation as well.

>> No.54057331
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Good morning eurobros

>> No.54057407


>> No.54057653

why has the sui stack pasta been taken or am I retarded someone said it wasnt 18.7 anymore but like 20+

>> No.54057888


>> No.54057987

>What do you think is the best way to proceed?
i think the best way to proceed is to just improve the tech behind monero.
i'm not really into the advertising thing, make it look like one of those scam mooncoins.
let the usefulness of monero speak for itself, i say. if an idea is good enough it will gain traction no matter what.

prob too tale but wth, here is my address

>> No.54058458

>>54051832 >>54052657 >>54053578 >>54053687 >>54054591 >>54055539 >>54055545 >>54057407 >>54057987

you got it

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>> No.54058847

oh boy, can i get some, thanks in advance.

>> No.54058870

18.7 is 1/1'000'000 of the supply at the time of tail emissions. the amount is symbolic but still considered accurate. you would probably go for 20 anyway.

>> No.54058873

the only real crypto.

>> No.54058905

Thank you

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>> No.54059201

thanks based monerochad.

i was thinking, if monero get some kind of mass adoption and the price skyrocketed, lets say 50k, the tx price would be around 0.00003 xmr which would be $1.5
is this correct?

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>> No.54059630

jeet here .01 would feed my whole village for 2 weeks please sir

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pls, fren

>> No.54059802

If I buy Monero from a KYC, let's say kraken, send it to a decoy wallet, then from the decoy to a real one, and then the cops came asking about it, and I just tell them my funds were stolen and as evidence I would show my empty decoy wallet, would that fly in court? (I'm speaking purely theoretically if monero is made illegal in the future)

>> No.54059838

Thanks fren, I wish I could repay you one day.

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monerochads reporting in


>> No.54059929

well your decoy wallet would have the tx that you made to your real wallet registered. they would ask you who did you transfer your xmr to.
i think you are just overthinking this. send your xmr to your main wallet straight from the kyc. if they come knocking on your door (why would they?) just tell them you lost your keys or some shit. laws are not retroactive.

my village thanks you sir

>> No.54059948


I call bullshit but if it's not i'll finally be able to buy a model kit i wanted

>> No.54059961

i know i risk ip ban but fuck it, can't say no to free xmr

>> No.54060034

>i know i risk ip ban but fuck it, can't say no to free xmr
/biz/ has been turbogay since coof anyway, way too many poltards

>> No.54060056

can confirm that this anon is not a lying faggot, i repeat, anon is not a faggot.

>> No.54060183

thank you for doing the needful anon

>> No.54060266


can i have a whole monero? i want to belong to the wholecoiner club. if not, the default amount is well appreciated.
peace fren

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>> No.54060346

>Want to join the wholecoiner club
Jesus bud, how broke are you?

>> No.54060354

one whole monero would feed village village for year ser


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it do be like dat sometimes

>> No.54060455

how much xmr do you hold? just curious, i used to hold like 2 but then i went to a gambling site and lose it all to the world cup matches. kek

thanks mate, i hope i don't lose this one in stupid bets again.

>> No.54060477

thanks fren, hope you have a nice day

>> No.54060486

Currently holding [REDACTED] Monero

>> No.54060586

theoretically if an xmr bankrun was encouraged during this hysteria... what would happen?

>> No.54060715

>xmr bankrun
What do you mean by this?

>> No.54060802

>>54058847 >>54058943 >>54059232 >>54059630 >>54059636 >>54059859 >>54059948 >>54059961 >>54060266 >>54060345 >>54060354

you got it

>> No.54060805

what if xmrchads used this hysteria to push taking XMR off the exchanges? I am using the term 'bankrun' but moreso a cex run. Itd be easy to correlate the two and get people to gtfo the exchanges. It's the perfect moment. Need to start the propaganda machine and strike while the iron is hot

>> No.54060869

>taking xmr off the exchanges
You mean removing the listings or just pushing people to self custody? There is not question that no one should hold any thing at all on an exchange, if people havent learned this lesson from the fallout of recent events they deserve to lose it all because it was never 'theirs' in the first place.

>> No.54060971

>You mean removing the listings or just pushing people to self custody?
self custody
>if people havent learned this lesson from the fallout of recent events they deserve to lose it all because it was never 'theirs' in the first place.
this is a good opportunity to teach people to take their shit off the exchange. propagating the idea of self custody during this time will make those who ignored actually do it. CEX's obv cook the numbers for XMR so it would be interesting to see a mass run. when 1 CEX shares news of a shortage it will be over. That's all that's needed to start the dominos
the network is stronger with more people in self custody and could really fuck the exchanges that manipulate xmr

>> No.54061099

I dont disagree l, the idea of holding a privacy-centric currency on an exchange is absurd. Obviously i dont have any data on this, but i would think that the majority of people holding XMR, who understand its purpose, would also understand why self custody is absolutely necessary. Then again, maybe im being naïve.

>> No.54061113

Bless you

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>> No.54061149

Thank you based anon.


>> No.54061214

I hope is not too late, trying to have a sui stack since long time ago (poorfag with kids, I save all I can just into monero).

>> No.54061883
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monero is just a shit first draft of haircomb that needs it own chain
which haircomb doesnt

>> No.54061911

Thank you good sir