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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/watch?v=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

>> No.58341182

First for I want to fuck monero-chan

>> No.58341476

First for fuck this shitcoin and fuck me for missing yet another bullrun holding it

>> No.58341742
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another general already, what happened to the one posted a few hours ago?
who doesn't? god bless you monerochan

>> No.58341801

Dead general for dead coin

>> No.58341873

Threadly reminder.

>> No.58341883

Monero coin.

>> No.58341912
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Why this stupid shit never uploads pictures the first time is also why this board is dying.

>> No.58341945

Good time to buy

>> No.58342122

I'm Satoshi

>> No.58342756
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>> No.58343399

/biz/ now includes a retarded upload filter

>> No.58343412

This is a midwit trap crypto. It won't actually protect you from the cops.

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>> No.58343696

>xmr:usd 1:$134
What the hell happened to us bros?

>> No.58343716

And yet, doubles wasters like you make it through that filter. This place is going to the dogs, I tell you.
Its not even the first time this decade, and we bounce back every time.

>> No.58343723

>we bounce back
I really need it to. My bags are losing against inflation pretty hard rn.

>> No.58344175

Are they serious? Why was LN even made if they still need custodial wallets?

>> No.58344181

Yet all the DNMs flourish so I can't take you seriously.

>> No.58344295

Not really the point. It being used for shady deals is just the artifact. It probably wont do crazy numbers though, as some schizos here assume. Monero being expensive is counterproductive.

>> No.58344303
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XMR chads... your response?

>> No.58344504

Or you're just wrong, as proven by my digits and your underperforming bags.

>> No.58344542

Money should be p2p and private.

>> No.58344595

DNM merchants and probably owners are literally spooks financing their blackops bullshit. Unless they really have to, they wont bust em.

>> No.58345405

Better than whoring out your kids in person at higher volume and lower prices.

>> No.58345468

Why do the producers need to obtain xmr? They just need to dump their earnings, no?

Anyways. I sure am glad that you don't have to worry if any of the coins bought on ogre or acquired via atomic swaps have the potential to directly link you to these sick pedos. A lot of innocent people sit in jail and transparent blockchains lead to more innocent people going to jail for crimes committed by whoever held the coins before them.

>> No.58345490

This, general is filled with pseuds

>> No.58345512

>Monero being expensive is counterproductive.

>> No.58345581

It just works(tm)
>t. seething glowie
thx for the tip, selling everything asap and buying chainlink

Monero will moon, and many, including XMR anti-moon fags themselves, will seethe.

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Just a heads up to anybody running Anonero on Pixel 8 phones.

>> No.58346911

why in the fuck can't I just insert monero into the blockchain without KYC garbage? only trade shit remains

>> No.58346920
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sex with monero

>> No.58347056
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Moontalking aside what would biz look like if monero went on a permanent upwards trend and started flipping several ranks a few biz shitcoins that are always brought up even in bear markets despite being old?

>bitcoin cash

We did have some chainlink monero rank wars next to each other 2 years ago and it made some good shitposting. Imagine if we flipped chainlink while chainlink actually stayed and kept going down in the future? Flipping XRP would be biblical in XSG shitposting.

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If we flipped XRP it would perma collapse most things without an atomic swap path into XMR.

>> No.58347170

Thank you for asking. I am, of course, gay. That's why I use Monero exclusively to pay for gay hookups.

>> No.58347820

I did not ask but I am glad you've got a real usecase.

Does the privacy help shield your actions from your wife, or the church, or an overzealous employer? (asking for research reasons)

>> No.58347965

Those voting brackets? Lol, I ran those.

>> No.58348061

It just dawned on me that monero generals must be mostly criminals. Not coming down on you guys I just happened to have an epiphany.

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It just dawned on me that people who malign the human right to privacy are faggots not coming down on you I just happened to have an epiphany

>> No.58348500

Why would the average person care about privacy let me explain all business requires licences and kyc and all goverment crap, therefore the only people benefiting from privacy are drug dealers and maybe some agoras in third world places but even then learning blockchains and all of that shit requires too much time and time that only neets have, what i am saying the people that would benefit from monero are either drug dealers or people too poor and normally with a lack of education that have no reason to use CryptoCurrencys instead of using their local Fiat cash. I don't see a world where people would wildly use CryptoCurrencys maybe only in 500 years in the future if a shit load of countries start defaulting on their fiat currencies
but at that point we are going to be dead

>> No.58348523

Newsflash, kiddo, crypto machine as a whole uses existent black and grey market infrastructure to function properly. Carders and dealers are the actual backbone of the networks.

>> No.58348576

Using monero to pay for digital services is extra comfy. I don't want excess of my personal data stored forever by third parties. Why should i provide my phone number. IDs and banking requisites just to rent a machine in a data center? How should i know if that data is protected or if service provider won't sell it for a fraction of a penny with all their other customers? The only way to guarantee that is not to provide data in the first place.

>> No.58348595

In the end those digital services like cloud hosting require licences and kyc for example mullvad vpn in the end doesn't store your data but outside of vpns and maybe some russian cloud hosting provider there is nothing else

>> No.58348704

If you ever paid for something with monero you wouldn't say that. Its simply better user experience than modern digital banking. Im extremely bullish on monero adoption, cause its simply too good of a product for its intended use. Its partisan to current corporate distopia we are living in, and it will remain niche for a while but I can probably replace almost every monetary aspect of my digital life already and we are in the infancy stage of technology.

>> No.58348917

Seriously it's such a breath of fresh air.
>no begging for access to your own money
>no managing payment methods
>no KYC nonsense
>no taxes
>no waiting days for a transfer
>no haggling with L2s or channels
>cheap TX fees

>> No.58349319

What do you mean by "insert" and "trade shit"?

>> No.58349333

> There's nothing else
Anon have you even checked Monerica or are you just assuming crap?

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>> No.58349630

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>> No.58349640

Neveko is the final solution to the extorting dnm glowies

>> No.58349964

Tell me how monero has improved your digital life, i have used monero too to pay for videogames 4ccounts

>> No.58349984

avax has a better girl

>> No.58350147

>Tell me how monero has improved your digital life,
I use xmr to pay my vps. With credit card, it would take me days and exorbitant fees to complete the payment (the vps providers is abroad, and my country doesn't have any digital payments agreements with them).

Xmr saves me time (I pay my vps fee on a sunday) and fees (takes 2 usd cents).

>> No.58350286

You better stop listening russian goebbels shit. Only useful info from this is that if they actually mentioned XMR, this means that they are going to outlaw it in Russia.

>> No.58350311

>Хoхлo-пeдoфилы иcпoльзyют Moнepo для пpoдaжи пpoнa c бoмбacкими дeтьми

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>> No.58351286

Very bullish for xmr. I get some perverse sense of pride from using the same financial systems that drug cartels, professional hacking groups, and stateless warlords all use.

>> No.58351301

Does BTC:XMR really matter when years from now BTC dies and the XMR network still exists?

>> No.58351405

Do material possessions really matter when years from now we die?

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Do you think we should make memes where XMR and BTC are both used? Like try to assosiate Monero to Bitcoins success and market it like the private bitcoin. Bitcoin enthuasts would see the BTC meme image, click it, but it would also include Monero in it and they might get interested.


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Like in this. In this image it might portray XMR too negatively but might work on edgy audience.

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>Do you think we should make memes where XMR and BTC are both used? Like try to assosiate Monero to Bitcoins success and market it like the private bitcoin. Bitcoin enthuasts would see the BTC meme image, click it, but it would also include Monero in it and they might get interested.
Ewww, that reeks of desperation and coattail riding/affinity scamming. BTC isn't successful, its just famous....for now.

Monero doesn't need any such associations, especially now that we got BTC on the ropes as far as actual adoption is concerned. Keep outspending the BTC hodltards to ultimate victory.

>> No.58351991

Maybe for smarter audiences, but it could work dumber ones who are all new to the crypto stuff. Could we like diversify the memes and give every group their own memes.

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>new to crypto
In my conversations with them most quickly see how Monero is superior if they aren't hostile to crypto. Negative reactions are usually by those invested heavily in the HODLtarded mentality and with skin in the clown market game.

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But it could could target the HODL guys by saying that BTC is good as store of value and XMR is good for transactions.

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>BTC is good as store of value
Why would you purposefully spread lies? That's what they believe already anyway, while the Monero-chads urge them on to never spend BTC and only spend XMR.

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>but it could work dumber ones who are all new to the crypto stuff.
Who gives a fuck about those retards? Moonfags don't spend and thus are useless for growing the circular economy.

>Could we like diversify the memes and give every group their own memes.
That way you're watering down and tarnishing the respected Monero brand. You really want Monero-chan associated with fucking Shiba Inu & Co?

Don't cater to morons, its a losing proposition.

>> No.58352183

I'm just thinking as a strategy for spreading the meme and getting people to start adapting it. People dont usually think rationally and you need to like find some common ground with them. Because their belief in it is not in conflict for them using monero for some smaller purchases, which would grow monero economy.

>> No.58352207

Yeah, It might be a bad idea.. But I think it should be tested somehow.

>> No.58352497

Nooooooooo you can't make Monero fun and appealing because you just hekin' can't okay????? Drug dealer larping only!!!!
>t. midwit

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>Drug dealer
Drug dealing (and organized crime in general) for XMR grows the Monero economy and reinforces the perception that Monero can protect even the most hunted of animals.

If you want "fun and appealing" maybe DogWifHat is more your thing.

>> No.58352797

>get hype for $40 transaction fees and no privacy
>who cares if the us government controls 80% of the coins
There is no common ground with these idiots. Fortunately there aren't very many of them, and normals will figure out Monero next time the government fucks with their medicine supply. Remember the 2nd largest item traded on Silk Road after weed was insulin.

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>your response
Monero works as intended

>> No.58354178
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Yes, well there will be a way to atomic swap monero for decred and earn a residual "dividend" from staking.


>> No.58354195

Just in: Kraken to delist monero in Ireland and Belgium starting June 10th.

>> No.58354222
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>When the Decred blockchain launched, a premine was conducted, in which 8% of the total supply of 21 million coins (1.68 million coins) were distributed.
Why am I not surprised? Into the trash it goes.

>> No.58354290

Review your source info faggot. There was a very small air drop and nothing close to 8% the total supply.
Decred is operating since 2016 and upgrading better than xmr and btc.

>> No.58354299

>Review your source info

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>upgrading better than xmr
>Rather than take the routes established by privacy-focused projects, e.g. ring signatures, zk-SNARKs, or Mimblewimble, developers decided to take a mixnet approach, where they have integrated the mixnet with Decred’s Proof-of-Stake (“PoS”) governance system.
>still has optional mixing as its "privacy" feature
Top kek. XMR is getting outdated with its ring signatures but this is laughable.

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FCMP will make us all cozyneros again.

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It's not irrational to understand a dev group would get paid to fix bitcoin's mistakes. There is no venture capitalists, the treasury is decentralized and managed by DAO stake holders.

>but this is laughable.
Watch the chart.
We'll be laughing all the way up from here. Feel free to use the no kyc no fee DCR Dex.

Simply participate in privacy integrated into the decrediton wallet. Or don't, it's your choice. It will soon be opt out privacy if you watch the latest dev announcements linked.

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>it's not real
>uhh.... it's actually not that bad!
Based baggie goalpost cope. I'm so tired of shills for garbage projects with premines/PoS/dev fees, etc. It's somehow become the norm even in so-called privacy coins and now they're even infiltrating into the Monero community too in the form of "Zano". I hope CBDCs come faster and all crypto is made illegal in the West so the wheat gets separated from the chaff.
>Watch the chart.
The chart relative to US (((fiat)))? Why should we care about it when we want to make it obsolete?
That will make 99% of other projects in the "crypto space" obsolete forever. Can't wait for those levels of comfy.

>> No.58354861

>opt out privacy

>> No.58354890

Continue to isolate your troon coin. Interoperability isn't your culture, we get it.

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>buy my coin

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>Interoperability isn't your culture
Indeed we are very racist and intolerant around here.

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Do what you want. There are bridges being built if you choose to cross them.

Monero cultists live in an echo chamber.

>> No.58354979

Lmao kraken is banning XMR in Ireland and Belgium



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to my point, XMR may be forced to use more adaptable and interoperable "shitcoins".

>> No.58355171

I'm Satoshi

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Derotards claim literally the exact same things as you jeets. Get in line.

>> No.58355639

>Get in line.
Choose your exit plan.

No one is forcing you to leave the cozy isolation rings.

>> No.58355954

Haveno 1.0 got released: https://github.com/haveno-dex/haveno/releases/tag/1.0.0

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Guys.....I'm living in Belgium and Kraken is delisting XMR on June 10.

what should I do with my unknow amount of monero ? is it over ? shoudl I seel my stack while I still can cash out on Kraken ?

Fuck me

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>> No.58356134

Send it to your cakewallet

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Looks like its your lucky day....get a load of the post above you.

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>Haveno 1.0 got released: https://github.com/haveno-dex/haveno/releases/tag/1.0.0
Impeccable timing. Now we need some video tutorials to get people using this shit.

>> No.58356223

Hopefully, this 1.0 release marks the end of the Haveno testnet. Let's see people take it for a ride out on the streets.

>> No.58356517

I came so hard to two teen girls sharing a cock, orally. Now this. Might get a burger soon. Great afternoon.

>> No.58356545

ah nvm i'll get it myself

>> No.58356642

just a coin to buy drugs online and some telegram stuff

>> No.58356752

if it wasn't so perfect they wouldn't have to ban it

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SEC is gunning for Uniswap now.

>Decentralized crypto exchange Uniswap received a notice from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it intends to pursue an enforcement action, the company disclosed on Wednesday.
>Uniswap's native token, UNI, dropped 9.5% immediately after the news.
>Uniswap CEO Hayden Adams announced the receipt of the so-called Wells notice on X, saying he wasn’t surprised, “just annoyed, disappointed, and ready to fight.”

"Decentralized" my ass.

>> No.58357618

I need to get one of these can you link a nigger up

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They're out of stock though.

>> No.58357689

Haveno could end up with the same problems, with their "council". Unless they're all opsec gods, flaws eventually get found, giving the feds someone to go after. Serai has a massive weakness too, minting their own coin and all.

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>> No.58357887

Haveno and Serai aren't companies and both are darknet-based, I believe.

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We will fork them and/or come back with even stronger & private tech and the glowniggers will cope & seethe

Anti-fragile hydra ftw,
Isn't it obvious, we already won

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>> No.58359700

To XMR bagholders,
While Monero does offer undisputed superior privacy protections than Bitcoin, XMR's hashrate has been declining for the last >2 years. In contrast, Bitcoin's hashrate has been steadily increasing over the same period.
Additionally, other cryptocurrencies are starting to incorporate privacy features that may be "good enough" for the average user. For example, Litecoin has added privacy-enhancing features, and Ethereum is exploring the integration of zero-knowledge proofs to improve privacy. This means Monero's privacy advantage may become less of a differentiator over time.
Sincerely, James Matsumoto

>> No.58360790

terrible bait

>> No.58360872

What's wrong about it?

>> No.58360876

He's right

>> No.58360878

even worse

>> No.58361657

Haveno is completely non-custodial and don't have a token. Everything happens with Monero multisig. It's basically unkillable except by threatening the JavaScript weenies responsible for the UI.

>> No.58362589

So whats haveno how can i Profit from it

>> No.58362603

I love the tech, lads, but I'm making such an obscene amount of money shorting this shitty market, it's not even funny anymore.

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It's Bisq, but less retarded because the base coin is XMR, so the fees are <1cent rather than your firstborn child's liver with BTC. You can sell coins on it.
If you want to make stacks, wait for Serai and become a liquidity provider.

Question for a potential future moneromarket offering: Are any of you interested in alchemical products? I've been doing this for a few years now (which doesn't mean that much, alchemy moves sloooooow), and I could make Magisteries or Ens Tinctures, maybe more basic Elixirs for common issues, mental alertness, rejuvination, etc. Nothing too, too crazy.

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monero is based

>> No.58363512

What is Ag and Au?

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Real money, gold and silver.

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banning is the most bullish thing to happen

longing xmr or any legit privacy coin is basically a short option on the market

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Thoughts on fluffypony going to bat for Bitcoin's block size?

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I think he's retarded and that storage is the problem.

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>letting turd world shitholes dictate the pace of optimization.

>> No.58364843

Third worlders, the unbanked, have a greater need for a cryptocurrency, as evidenced by the higher rate of adoption in Nigeria, India, South America, and Southeast Asia.

>> No.58364846

>kraken is banning XMR in Ireland and Belgium
you mean Ireland and Belgium are banning XMR?

>> No.58364875

so nothing?

>> No.58364894

>Third worlders, the unbanked, have a greater need for a cryptocurrency, as evidenced by the higher rate of adoption in Nigeria, India, South America, and Southeast Asia.
And they're very welcome to use trusted community nodes hosted in developed regions.

>> No.58364917

>host your own node
>don't trust, verify
>mine to support the network
>but not if you're poor, crypto is for the wealthy only
You kike

>> No.58364938

Its a compromise, we make them everyday. BTC needs to increase the blocksize or it will remain crippled.

>> No.58364992

Aurum et Argentium, plebe.

>> No.58365048

I'm Satoshi

>> No.58365232

if you're poor you're not going to afford the BTC transaction fees.

damned if you do, damned if you don't.
But at least trusting a third party while you build economic momentum between incompetent despots sees an avenue to success. You're not going to use BTC in one of these developing economies, short of a reserve currency against something else.

block size to keep the network 'equitable' for third worlders is a nonstarter. It does nothing but price them out of the networks. They need the infrastructure to compete, and it isn't there. They DO need the mediator for exchange however, and right now they are priced out of it.

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>> No.58365356

Segwit was exactly that, a compromise that increased block size without hurting the network or backwards compatibility.

Except they do use it, partly as a reserve against their own currencies where "official" inflation is in the double digits, and partly as a medium of exchange, given payments can be made over lightning, text message, fucking ham radio and the hardware requirements for running a node are incredibly low.

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>> No.58365723

Best wallet to hold XMR? I read Ledger is good?

>> No.58366234

Feather wallet on a tailsOS persistent storage

>> No.58366670
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Love is over .

>> No.58369029

All this sliding is so gay.

>> No.58369073
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Ill never stop believing

>> No.58369149

>Segwit was exactly that
An over-engineered piece of crap. Complex, super-hacky and it changes the incentives of miners: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoFb3mcxluY
> Miners can update their unspent transaction output sets without witnessing previous owners' signatures for SegWit coins.
> Previous owners' signatures have less value to miners for SegWit coins since miners don't require them to claim fees.
> There is no stable Nash equilibrium where all miners enforce SegWit, unlike with Bitcoin where there is an equilibrium where all miners enforce Bitcoin's consensus rules.
> SegWit coins have a weaker security model than bitcoins and are susceptible to attacks that wouldn't work as well on Bitcoin.

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cakening when

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Anyway, I'm getting more WOW so I can tip the right artists.

>> No.58370902

Gay outdated nerd cope, it works perfectly fine without issue and 97% of blocks support segwit now.

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monero is only useful if you are a fucking drug dealer, better use ETH or something based on BRC20 tokens.

>> No.58372267

i love monero but this is unironically true

>> No.58373037

Just take the L retard

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I've got my first blacksmithing product listed. Looking forward to making more things for the monero community. If you guys have any suggestions for smithed items, let me know.

>> No.58374496 [DELETED] 

Explain how it works then, otherwise it's just working until it doesn't, since the maths (sorry, "nerd cope") allow attacks that otherwise wouldn't work.

>> No.58374609 [DELETED] 

Meant to quote >>58371162

>> No.58374613

Explain how it works then, otherwise it's just working until it doesn't, since the maths (sorry, "nerd cope") allow attacks that otherwise wouldn't work.

>> No.58374747

Hey guys I've gotten myself into some deep stuff that's kind of snowballed. I'm as clean as they come but someone going away left some stuff behind and I don't want to be caught with it. If I sold it and were paid in monero and sold the monero will there be any ties to me? I mean I just don't see how it keeps me protected if someone really wanted to trace it, what makes it so special?

>> No.58374776

I have a small amount of XMR (3) on Kraken and it will be delisted in a month due to EU regs. Any advise what to do with it if I want hold onto it?
Haven’t been following crypto for the last 5-6 years so I’m completely out of the loop. Need something easy and foolproof as I’m completely retarded.
Also is it worth it to buy some extra before the shutdown? Don’t know how easy it will be to use it in a few years with governments cracking down on its use. I don’t buy drugs or do anything that really needs privacy, but it may not be a bad idea to have some just in case if SHTF. Thoughts?

>> No.58374827

Withdraw it to a wallet of your choice. CakeWallet on mobile, official wallet, etc.

>> No.58374835

Its about as good as cash, with the same risks (ie. talking too much, buyer ratting you out, etc). Dont send all funds immidiatly to an exchange, there is a chance that they correlate amounts and timestamps with other data they have.

Withdraw to a wallet, good options are official getmonero.org GUI wallet, monerujo, cake.

If you can afford it (and the risk to never exchange it back to fiat), I'd recommend 1 month worth of expenses. I live it for online expenses (VPN/VPS/phone verification/donations) and nothing else comes remotely close to the functionality, so I dont want to risk having none left

>> No.58375050

Would something like a Ledger Nano be a good option for me? I’m afraid of nuking my hard drive and losing access to my coins. Having a physical device as repository sounds appealing.

>> No.58375228

Ledger and so-called hardware wallets are all compromised, if not now then in the future. You can never know if it’s malicious or not and it’s a honeypot making it easier to detect that you have crypto, not exactly the best choice when the crackdowns come.
Just use Feather wallet and save the 16-word seed phrase somewhere safe offline, like on a piece of paper. That way even if your HDD gets nuked you can always restore your wallet.

>> No.58375919

Some people have an issue with Ledger because it's not Open Source enough. They prefer Trezor. There's also the MoneroSigner as a DIY option.
I'm not gonna recommend any one of these, as it mostly depends on how paranoid you are

>> No.58375991

3 hours and still no block confirmations.. Is monero down or something whats going on?

Im transacting more than 150 xmr but the exchange that i bought it from paid very little in fees (0.0000308XMR) which is like 0.004usd, is low gas the issue here?

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>unknown amount of monero
i'm so bullish rn

>> No.58376039

nvm just got my first block confirm, started sweating abit doe not gonna lie

>> No.58376045

We've got another spam attack. We're at ~10k open txs at the moment.
I'd advise to increase fees, and double-check you have the newest version because the older ones had a bug where the auto-increase didn't work.

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>why would anyone driving care about wearing a seat-belt
>why should bikers care about wearing a helmet?

people have their accounts frozen for donating to truckers , get harassed, doxxed have their banks accounts stolen, get persecuted by dictators on a daily basis.

thats the point of not exposing yourself financially

>> No.58377865

Monero is the final solution to the taxman question

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>> No.58380713

sirs why is our little privacy token crashing???

>> No.58381707

it's over

>> No.58381724

i always find the cope that comes with it hilarious. when people ask why it’s not mooning they say it’s a currency so it’s supposed to be stable, but when it crashes it’s suddenly a sweet dip to slurp. people here are suffering from stockholm syndrome and i feel for the retards who are never going to make money here. still see people talking about dca’ing into xmr which is just plain stupid

>> No.58381863

> BTC: -4.71%
> XMR: -11.77%
Kek, baggies.

>> No.58381929

dump it to 50 dollars fed and I'll buy more, please

>> No.58382401

> harder, daddy!

>> No.58382412

>movement bad
My average entry is 122 and I'll see you chucklefucks at 133 in a few days. Have fun waiting for King Shitcoin to waddle its fat ass another 4% up.

>> No.58382433

I don't get it. XMR is the only crypto that is not a meme, that can do what BTC was meant to do and be truly decentralized. You don't want everyone snooping into your bank transactions. XMR solves this. I don't get how anyone who takes themselves seriously shills anything but XMR.

>> No.58382438

please tell the jews to do this, you're our inside guy, I'm going to buy more then

>> No.58382455

That's one thing that's also a big red flag to me. Celebrating when it's stable, celebrating when it dumps 40%, then celebrating when it "recovers" to only -20%, celebrating delistings, etc., etc.

>> No.58382477

>its stable just like a currency should be!
>bleeds against the US dollar
Why shouldn't I just hold DAI then and swap into Monero when needed, you absolute gorilla niggers?

>> No.58382489

Do you think regulation is a bad thing? The government banned heroin, what it's value per kilo now?

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repent for those wasted dubs and quit projecting

>> No.58382514

Because xmrg isn't one person. You have conspiratards who think they're going to buy mother daughter blowjobs for .005 XMR after the cashocalypse, and people who think it's a medium of exchange and interact with it on that basis.

>> No.58382559

It is just one person. At the very least it's 42% the schizo OP and his reply bots reeing about moonfags

>> No.58382656

>hashrate decreasing for 2 years
>ongoing black marble attack
>tail emission
is there any hope for our little privacy coin?

>> No.58382680

no, it's over, sell it all

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The issue is that your strategy, like metal fags who nonchalantly buy dips, are being bled dry with the passage of time. You'll accumulate and have 1000 XMR but by then the price of bread will be $30 a loaf. Time makes your bags heavier.

>> No.58382746

right, anyways

>> No.58382882

>>hashrate decreasing for 2 years
Disappointing, needs fixing. Everyone should mine.
Good news, good riddance.
>>ongoing black marble attack
Dynamic block size seems to work, got devs to fix the fee calculation bug on the main wallet too. Churning makes it likely irrelevant. https://github.com/Rucknium/misc-research/blob/main/Monero-Black-Marble-Flood/pdf/monero-black-marble-flood.pdf says that effective ring size is 5.5 during the last attack. Also Rucknium proposed this: https://ccs.getmonero.org/proposals/Rucknium-Statistical-Research.html requesting funding (204 XMR) for statistical research work to analyze Monero's privacy and transaction data over 13 weeks.
>>tail emission
Tail emission does not mean indefinitely increasing coins in circulation.

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lol how many times now have you galaxy-brained moonfags been reminded that Monero is a Terrible Investment™? We keep pointing this out over and over and over again yet the kvetching never ends. Its the only currency that's actually used, morons, of course its going nowhere! Imagine thinking utility has value!!!

If you want SICK GAINS, BRO then "invest" in dogs wearing hats or the Tether-juiced memecoin nobody actually uses, its going up forever, you know.

Now back to the Future Millionaire's Club with you, some of us are trying to have fun staying poor here.

>> No.58382956

10th of April summary of #monero-research-lab:

> Generalized Bulletproofs Security Proofs CCS proposal was discussed and there was consensus to merge it.
> New elliptic curves were proposed for use in FCMP.
> Research was discussed on pre-Seraphis full-chain membership proofs and wallet tiers that could be enabled by FCMP.
> Concerns were raised about adding too much scope to research projects before existing work like Seraphis and multisig is completed.
> It was noted that adding optional features like OVK to wallets after FCMP would not require a hard fork.
> There was discussion of the need to get multisig out of experimental status.
> FCMP protocol was discussed in relation to supporting multisig.

11th of April summary:

> Discussions around optional view keys for view-only wallets and how regulators may try to force users to provide view keys.
> Mentions of Monero Policy channel being a better place to discuss regulation topics.
> Announcements that Generalized Bulletproofs Security Proofs CCS proposal and Rucknium Statistical Research CCS proposal are now fully funded.

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>> No.58383027

They're really dedicated. It could only be the work of true believers.

>> No.58383352

i need to pay someone for an item but they will only accept paypal. how can i pay while giving away as little personal info possible. are there any middle men that will take monero and pay someone else in paypal? or ways to load a paypal with monero or cash?

>> No.58383617

>ongoing black marble attack
People don't seem to understand you can just wash your own transactions 100x to reduce the efficacy of black marbles 100x vs you and incrementally for everyone else. This is why they're not considered a big problem. Anyone with big LE risk is going to counterspam to protect themselves.

>> No.58384262

>just wash your tokens for 33+ hours straight.

>> No.58384385

Monero is a ship coin.

>> No.58384488
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From the depth of the dark seas the captain is cooking up the 20th episode of Captain Blackbeard Radio!
Show some love for the Pirate king and fellow XMR extremist!
In the time being, enjoy some concept art for the next show!

>> No.58384728

You're saying you know something that works better?

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>33+ hours straight

>> No.58385033

Speaking of monero and buying things with it, are any of the card sources on tor legit? Seems like an easy way to pay for my medical bills.

>> No.58385101

will bitcoin halving have any impact in monero like at all

>> No.58385429

yes, people will lose half of their bitcoins in their wallets during the halving in a week so they might want to buy monero to then buy back their bitcoins at a cheaper price after the halving completes

>> No.58386006

Monero's hashrate has to incrrase. To this end, I think, machines like bitmain x5 are useful. They package the required, competitive hardware in a plug and play mechanism---no need to manually setup a new mobo, etc, and then manually setup xmrig.

I know bitmain are the "bad guys", but what I am saying can be done by another company, and it would still benefit increasing the monero hashrate in an economically profitable way

I believe the notion of " monero mining shouldn't be profitable" is hurting its hashrate proliferation. The volunteering CPUs will only show up when the network is in a dire situation and the volumteering hahsrate won't be a long-term, sticky one---as this requires an ongoing profit motive.

>> No.58386055

best way to convert 50 bitcoin into monero? I assume I can get a premium because it's mined but I don't care about that.

>> No.58386279


Which one of you faggots made it

>> No.58386282

1) divide your btc into stacks of 0.5, or 1 btc.
2) use instant exchangers like trocador.app
3) do this conversion over time, it will take some weeks, due to the amount you want to convert into XMR
4) use feather wallet on tailsOS PERSISTENT STORAGE to store your XMR fortune, and always, write down/memorize your polyseed words.

>> No.58386302
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Does feather wallet support offline signing for airgapped transactions?

>> No.58386309


>> No.58386313

I have read that it does, however, I haven't used it. Check this out: https://monero.town/post/1349592

>> No.58386746
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>You have conspiratards who think they're going to buy mother daughter blowjobs for .005 XMR after the cashocalypse
Silver dimes (pre 1964 coinage) also work.

>> No.58386804

>Everyone should mine.
>my 3 pcs mining w/12kH/s
I'm doing my part. If I cared about power cost I might limit it to one, but fortunately I can afford it.

>> No.58386956

I'm Satoshi

>> No.58387026


>> No.58387163

Thank you for your service.

>> No.58387424
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>serai will use DAI
Red pill me on DAI. Do I need to have an ETH wallet and pay exorbitant fees to move it around?

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I'm so bullish on Monero it's unreal

>> No.58388408

did normies discover only now that eastern europe is a child explotation paradise?

>> No.58388747

The most fucked up part this graphic is that its outdated. Silver's true price is now more than $11k/TOz

>> No.58388755

Correct. It's still the least possed stable & serai kinda needs one to please the crypto normies.

>> No.58388838

It's retarded anyway. They're conflating the nominal value of debased coinage with the value of the underlying metal. Historic ATH for silver is like 900-1100

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This is the fatal blow.

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They are turning monero gay so we don't like it any more.

>> No.58389837
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So ChangeNow scammed me for 2% with a fraudulent exchange rate, what's the best alternative for swapping XMR to ETH?

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>> No.58390073

well well well

>> No.58390303

Yeah, but 900-1100 what? Because it sure as hell isn't dollars, because in dollars its now like $11100/TOZ, being my initial point. Traditionally silver has been 10-20:1 against silver, and using that as a metric it would be anywhere from $30k to $15k per ounce. What a time to be alive.

>> No.58390804

why xmr is falling so much rn? I haven't bought any xmr from the time it was excluded from binance.

>> No.58390817

Are you blind or something, the whole market is dumping at the whims of king shitcoin

>> No.58390828

open the news

I know, it's retarded

>> No.58390830

holy lewdness

>> No.58390867

yeah I don't bother with crypto so much I just check the xmr price once a month to see how its going.

>> No.58390957

Is it because of Kraken exchange delisting xmr? If xmr survives these bans you know that it is the only legit crypto out there.

>> No.58391023

No its due to iran sending drones to israel, resulting into traders panic selling

>> No.58391034

Jews running a false flag on Iran. It's nothing; buy if you can.

>> No.58391477

Where else could I anonymously chat about Monero? Hypothetically of course, as I love it here :-)

>> No.58392130
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uhh.. xmrbros

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>> No.58392186
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Relax, Tether's magical printer always saves the day.

>> No.58392592
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Darknet chans. Bitchan has an active Monero thread. Also some others. Just save the links. Dumping:


Fun fact: I2P supports anonymous BitTorrent and the default Java client even comes with a BitTorrent client included (I2PSnark).

>> No.58392608


>> No.58392666

>Fun fact: I2P supports anonymous BitTorrent and the default Java client even comes with a BitTorrent client included (I2PSnark).
you forgot to mention that i2pd (2nd implementation after Java) is backdoored by Russian glowies

>> No.58392695

sitting pretty

>> No.58392705
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>backdoored by Russian glowies
Nice try, Lucifer.

>> No.58392747

by default it uses ((certified)) encryption by FSB

>> No.58392767

>Allowed domains are: gmail.com, hotmail.com, yahoo.com, proton.me, protonmail.com, outlook.com, live.com, icloud.com, yandex.com, tutanota.com, tuta.io
I'm not liking this shit. I'd rather even buy a Pass but they need to make it possible to buy over Tor, preferably accepting Monero directly.
>>58392592 (Cont.)
That lambda one is the de facto dark net chan right now, as far as I'm aware. It does get Monero threads so feel free to post there. There is also nanochan but it's almost dead:
In total, we have at least 3 darknet chans we can set up shop in. I think right now, continuing the BitChan thread is the best.
Really, I though it uses 25519? Code proofs?

>> No.58392832

>Really, I though it uses 25519? Code proofs?
It doesn't, it only includes it but doesn't use it by default.

>> No.58393081

>she didn't buy the dip

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>tfw bought the smaller dip a few hours before the big dip

>> No.58393123

Haveno 1.0

>> No.58393132

email bros…

>> No.58393136

Same. Glad I took some profits off 128 at least.

>> No.58393327

>email verification
fuck it, let's move to /g/
this gen is more about tech than cryptoscams

>> No.58393375

Need to mask it as discussion of cryptography or something.

>> No.58393395
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What do you take profits into? I don't trust anything other than XMR. Too scary for me.

>> No.58393398

how about /leg/ - Libre Economy General?
Free software and stuff

>> No.58393691

(NTA) XMR, fiat, metals, Amazon giftcards
anything else is goombling

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>hashrate decreasing for 2 years
>ongoing black marble attack
>tail emission
>xmr baggies will need to authenticate with an email to post on /biz/
not looking good bros

>> No.58394201

Dollars, but I know I'm a degen gambler.

>> No.58394240


>> No.58394249

I'm Satoshi

>> No.58394601

I'm Nicholas van saberhagen

>> No.58394825

aka satoshi nakamoto aka the hungarian autist

>> No.58394831

Would I be able to buy an Id to pass kyc on an exchange?

>> No.58395020

nice try FBI

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not getting by that easily, jew.

>> No.58395553
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>tfw always buying the dip

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little sister video: https://a.cockfile.com/kqZeFL.mpg

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>> No.58396749

12th of April summary of #monero-research-lab:

> Mentions of the spam attack and how it is helping expose problems in Monero.

13th of April summary of #monero-research-lab:

> There was discussion about a paper on "Range Proofs with Constant Size and Trustless Setup" and whether there was any follow up research on it
> Bulletproofs (BP) are being improved with BP++ which can potentially be used for curve trees
> The proof size of the method discussed in the paper is around 400 bytes
> BP++ cannot be explicitly used

>> No.58397060

Don't forget to run your own Bitchan node if you can, for a decentralized network.

>> No.58397326

This probably got asked a million times, but let's say I want to cash out 6 figures of Monero and I really don't want people paid by tax dollars sticking their nose in that. What is the best country to use Monero or cash it out to bank accounts/cash?

I know localmonero, but that's probably not enough, right? If I'm in some EU country, the banks will probably lock the funds instantly or at the very least, the transaction will end up in the suspicious activity reports?

So what's the endgame?
>endgame is not needing to cash out
yeah yeah but i'm talking about a time horizon of 1-3 years currently, so the world still works like it does, and for some things you have to dip back into the legacy system

>> No.58397329

6 figures worth (in USD)* not 6 figures XMR

>> No.58397674

>3k xmr for FCMP to kayaba

>> No.58397749
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god speed
bless monero Chan our saviour

>> No.58397829

>the banks will probably lock the funds instantly or at the very least, the transaction will end up in the suspicious activity reports
Assuming you use a bank account, yes. Assuming you do physical exchange/cash by mail/gift cards and move 500-1k per transaction for safety, no. Because then banks don't see it. If you need cash, you can always open a business with a lot of small cash transactions like a vending machine business.
Best bet for moving large amounts is having a bank account at the private banks for richfags only. Those don't give a shit about anything, in any country. You will need to have 20 mill+ tho.

>> No.58397835

>if you need cash
Sorry, I meant money on a bank account.

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I think the strategy to show Bitcoin's failure and point to Monero as the solution is a better way to go about it. The switch from Bitcoin to Monero is radical, people can't teeter on the edge and be honest about the state of crypto for long.
Edits like the community has already done, check out these for inspiration
Obviously a video is something high effort, but I think it packs a certain punch that "and an unknown amount of Monero" type of macros don't have.
Anon has a point, maxis are extremely gullible people. Memetic warfare should work if you figure out how. Has the Monero community ever had something like the laser eye? Or slogans like NgU or infinity/21. They are retarded, don't get me wrong, but they work to convince non-maxis into converting into a religion.
We have Monero-chan already. Extremely memable as shown in this very thread. The question now becomes one to exposing people to her.

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>> No.58398440

thanks for your input anon. are there any countries that accept monero outright or let you maybe cash out and it's rather normal or very unregulated there?

>> No.58398447

Migrate to /bant/
They won't prune the threads and it's got flags.

>> No.58398457

/smg/ is doing this. But it seems like requirement to verify is limited to India so far.

>> No.58398536

/xmr/ should be allowed on /g/

>> No.58398617

I second this. We're not moonniggers and are generally in it for the utility.

>> No.58398738

absolutely this.

>> No.58398744

That explains a lot.

>> No.58398803

Rename it to something like /privacy tech general/ and it might work. There's a huge crossover in users anyway.

>> No.58399057

/free internet agora thread/
the acronym will keep moonboys out

>> No.58399097

no fuck off, /g/ was created for a reason to keep crypto out of it
Nobody gives a fuck about your midwit coin either

>> No.58399117

kek seething.

>/free internet agora thread/
/FIAT/ ? Bad memetics

>> No.58399120

t. shit dribbling newfag

>> No.58399213

you will be seething when your shitcoin threads on /g/ are removed and you get a 1 week ban

>> No.58399229

So, will we be migrating to other chan or something? Don't want to use e-mail just to post on this hellhole.

>> No.58399253

nobody asked you fag

>> No.58399297

/ANON/ - Anonymity enhanching technology General, then all OPs are casually monero-chans and it's not breaking the rules

>> No.58399309

How do I get Windows Defender to shut the fuck up about the GUI wallet and stop it from being removed?

>> No.58399329

Full chain membership proofs R&D funding proposal: https://repo.getmonero.org/monero-project/ccs-proposals/-/merge_requests/448

3k XMR is wanted.

>/ANON/ - Anonymity enhanching technology General
That's a good name. XMR, Tor, I2p + torrenting, SimpleX/Signal stuff can be discussed in there.

>> No.58399567

You invited discussions with your post

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This is just weird. It stinks.

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How do I actually mine Monero?
I know how to install and run the software, but I don't know where to start with setting up a PC to mine it.
Is there a good guide anywhere?
I have a bunch of old PCs and free electricity, how do I set them up to just mine Monero forever? What OS should I use? How can I make them boot into the mining software automatically if the power goes out?

>> No.58400421

How about /COPES/

>> No.58400967

start with stupid choices like windows, manually set up mining that won't autorestart, some mining bundle like gupax. don't let perfect be the enemy of good enough, get everything set up with just what you know and spend time later learning to improve it if it's worth your mental bandwidth.

>> No.58402214

I bought.

>> No.58402426

lambda is a den of mentally ill zoomer avatarfags, fuck that shithole

>> No.58403266

Swappers as well as swap aggregators are out there. Trocador.app is my favorite monerocentric aggregator.

>> No.58403271

A run of only a hundred were done.
t. 30 out of 100

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>ship coin

>> No.58403472

I need a tutorial for this

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doesn't matter 24 words or even 32.
using this method guarantee you to unlock some wallet against every incredible small odds.
-> https://archive.4plebs.org/x/search/tnum/37679844/
I can't wait until we either take your crypto or crash the market to 0 because crypto are done. I can't wait until every single of you idiots, liers, scammers and scum go back where you belong, either a rope or the wagie cage.

>> No.58403668

unironically working on a proposal to develop a decentralized and distributed version where we won't compromise anonymity when hosting p2p
want to work on it full-time but I'm not using XMR directly so I do not know if CCS will merge my request
we still need to have clearnet exposure to educate the masses and easily accessible more or less

>> No.58403674

i can't wait to have a new hardware wallet that supports xmr so i can fuck with that shit as well
https://archive.4plebs.org/x/search/tnum/37679844/ <---- methot to unlock every wallet

>> No.58403684

fuck off scammer

>> No.58403698

So how do you disambiguate addresses uniquely? <username>@<hash>? What do you do for initializing the DHT? P2P truly private email that can work with standard tools would be incredible.

>> No.58403724

>P2P truly private email that can work with standard tools would be incredible.
this is the issue with adoption imho
I'd work on the UI but I want to get the project going already
was thinking of SIA instead of fucking IPFS
the XMR community was big on this
I'll have some bootstrap light nodes to initialize the first set of p2p connections

>> No.58403726

I'll have a page hosted freely tonight and will post it on the XMR general
let's bring back anonymity, privacy and freedom bros

>> No.58403986

If you can make an SMTP bridge that forwards to/from a regular MTA that's enough glue for unix nerds. Everyone else just needs a web UI.

>> No.58403995

What about the p2p irc implementation by the darkfi guys?
Has anonymity if used over tor.

>> No.58404154

I unironically met Amir Taaki in Lebanon two years ago
still have him on telegram kek
will be done brother
I really hope I can get going with this asap

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>> No.58404581

how can I check my monero public node's usage stats?

>> No.58404602

Mine is running as a SystemD service so to pass it commands I do:
echo -e "status\nprint_net_stats" > /var/run/monerod.stdin
With the service file having:
To read the output:
journalctl -f -u monerod.service

>> No.58404613

I was thinking about this. My idea is to keep it simple and piggy back on hidden services of I2P or Tor. That takes care of both identity and security. Imagine a basic email server but adapted to be a plugin for the I2P client.
The only limitation would be that both sides need their I2P running to exchange messages. Given that I2P is supposed to run in the background anyway, this isn't that big of a deal to me as long as there are good retry interval settings and stuff. Yes, it's a limitation, but an obvious one that simplifies many other things. For adoption, this coming standard with I2P just like the torrent client is critical, otherwise no one will use it (Ricochet and I2PChat already exist). I2P already comes with a torrent client to share files and a web server to host your own website. A mail plugin like this being included would complete the suite very nicely. You will be able to make a guy install I2P and voila! You have decentralized anonymous messaging and file sharing out of the box! Pretty sweet, right?

Then there is SimpleX. It's has the best architecture for IM I know. It has something like Monero's sub-addresses in that different contacts can't correlate you because of the same ID. That makes it superior to Session. SimpleX is not entirely private by itself, you connect to relay server which can be self hosted that store and forward messages, but it supports Tor relays out of the box already.

In context of 4chan, they're only allowing specific domains with non-anonymous checks to register because they want to prevent spam. So this decentralized mail discussion we're having is completely unrelated to that. Ironically, I think a (maybe cheaper) Pass paid with Monero over Tor would be the best way to prevent spamshilling in completely anonymous way. No mail needed of any kind for that.

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