Previous thread: >>37247044Welcome 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 cryptos. 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 of 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 will gradually approach 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://youtu.be/wq6w03E2DS4XMR Stats: moneroj.netUSE Monero: https://cryptwerk.com/pay-with/xmr/OFFICIAL WEBSITE - getmonero.orgWHERE TO GET MONERO?>KYC:KrakenBinanceBitfinex>Non KYC:LocalMoneroMorphtokenBisqKucoinTradeogreCrypto ATMskycnot.me>Miningarchive.is/TWOahHOW TO STORE MONERO?>DesktopOfficial Gui/CliMy MoneroExodusFeather>MobileIOS: CakewalletAndroid: Monerujo
who is making these xmr/LOGH pictures? Highly based
Help widen the gates to financial independence by mining Monero. Use XMRig, an easy to configure command line interface miner. You can mine with almost any computer, since mining XMR is 100% CPU-bound.https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig/releases/In order to make the Monero network more decentralized and secure, we need many populated mining pools at a time. Add your mining glory to one of the pools below.xmrpool.netxmrvsbeast.comxmr.pool.gntl.co.ukwebxmr.semipool.combohemianpool.comxmrfast.comliberty-pool.compool.aterx.commonero.miningpoolhub.comIf you want to gain Monero using GPU, go to moneroocean.streamMaybe there's a cool small pool in your region! Go to miningpoolstats.stream/moneroTo those of you out there with awesome multicore rigs, we also encourage solo mining - while you might be waiting substantially longer to receive block rewards, solo mining is the most private mining method and adds unmatched resilience to the network.Do it by running your own Monero node on the official GUI or CLI wallet.getmonero.orgmonero.how/how-to-run-monero-nodeMoneroCart is a GUI miner for Windows and Mac users. It's very easy to use and offers a whole address book of privacy causes to donate your XMR hash power to!cryptonote.social/tools/monero-cart
Reasons for holding now independent of price action:>You want a savings account that isn't affected by inflation of your currency so you save in XMR instead>Buying now ensures you have access to XMR in case the government bans it>Ensure the government can't confiscate your money by having it in XMR>Ensure the government doesn't know you have money by having it in XMR>Ensure nobody knows what you purchase or do with your money by having it in XMR>Making the price per XMR slightly higher which makes it less vulnerable to government spamming attacks by making it more expensive to do soReasons for why you might support Monero ideologically:>Only private money out there (Libertarian, Anarchist, Privacy advocate)>Only cryptocurrency that can guarantee decentralization (Wrong think, Various ideologies, anti-state)>Only cryptocurrency that has built-in longevity through tail emission (Economists)Reasons for holding it from a financial perspective:>Has actual usage and thus a bottom price unlike all other crypto>Provable exponential growth rate in adoption and usage that is outpacing Bitcoin>Third largest developer community in all of crypto, only behind BTC and ETH yet it's #21 in terms of market cap>Potential upside (24 Trillion market cap) in the long term means it can rapidly grow in valuation>Price of XMR is relatively stable, meaning it's one of the best coins to slowly accumulate without worrying too much about being rugged while still benefitting from potential moons and crabbing up.Resons for holding it from a coomer perspective:>Monero-chan is a cute
MONERO: It's what new Bitcoin users think they bought. Every feature, explained.
How to buy Monero
>>37300614I only hold monero because of Monero Chan
>>37300533I made the one in the OP for >>37257086
I come here for the comfy Monero-chan posts.
>>37301102She's always here for you anon
>sold the bottomhow do I cope bros
why are the thread activities so low these days?
>>37303461all the top buyers sold the bottom, and this board glows.
>>37303667moonboys were pretty insufferable so i'm glad they're gone.
>>37303667Not true. I'm a moonboy and I'm still here
>>37303461What is there to discuss? Nagataro avatarfagging? Monero-chan's tits?
>>37303760yea it's nothing to do with being a moonboy, just has to do with buying high and selling low
>>37303760sell your bags anon
>>37303760Post liquidation price, faggot.
>>37300485For the long term holders. What are your goals? Are you going to sell at a certain price point for fiat? Are you going to hold XMR in the hopes of buying goods and services with your holdings?
>>37303910I'll only get rid of my XMR when it's enough to buy a cozy little home in Switzerland
>>37304060Im going to use XMR as savings and use cash for day-to-day transactions.
>>37304060I hate kikes and it's clear we're heading for a dystopia, so I'm preparing for the worst.
>>37303934youre in the wrong thread, we hold spot off exchanges
>>37304060I'm never cashing all of it out, I'm storing a fraction of my wealth in Monero as long as it remains the best at what it does. Although it would be nice to see the price rise organically I don't really give a fuck what it does. I actually use Monero as a currency, that is it's primary value to me.
Actually come to think of it, I'm pretty sure I've never sold any XMR on an exchange. I spend it though.
>>37304257How do you make large purchases? Or online purchases with a credit card?
>>37304550>>37304892I'm just waiting for Haveno-dex if I ever want to cash out. You can also buy Silver and Gold with XMR instead of going straight to fiat.
>>37304060i just like privacy tech. i can do watever the fuck i want w this shit and nobody knows a damn thing
>>37304060Converting half of my stack to gold once 1 XMR will buy a kilogram.
>>37305041Post said long term, short term I'm sticking to my regular bank account and shit. But still, even if it continues as it currently is, for online shopping I guess I can buy gift cards for amazon and other big stores.
>>37300914Do you have the Kleros patent that says that you did as evidence?
>>37305251> I don't think so buddy
>>37305080where can you buy PMs with XMR? I would love to do that
>>37300914based. more like this please
>>37305251>>37305570>Year: 2121>1 XMR can buy an entire asteroid with over 100,000 kilos of gold in it.>The grandchildren of those of us who properly stored, and passed on, our keys are heirs to dynasties that control the world.
>>37304060xmr is my swiss bank account. last month it was worth half a million, now it's worth less, someday will be eight figures or more. never selling.
>>37301692>sold the bottomWhy?
>>37301692is this the peruanon
>>37303910Lol never Marv, I will never
>>37304060I want to just buy diapers with it
Is bisq any good? I need more decentralization in my life
On monerujo I had to reset my wallet since the files were corrupted.Is everything that I had in any subaddress gone?
>>37308886nevermind, it's in there
>>37306664yes, too bad commie won
>>37304060I'm just gradually stacking monero instead of savings in the bank.
>>37300485>KYCWhat does this stand for?
>>37310100Know Your Customer. I've bought xmr and silver without it. Unless I can buy paper stock certificates, I'm not getting into the stock market.
>>37309724Do what my family did when the commies won: leave
>>37300614Anyone know if the artist of this Monero-chan takes commissions?
>>37313412forgot to change the name field
>>37300679very well done GIF>>37300485unbelievably based imageif you're somehow here in this anime anonymous imageboard but have never watched an anime in your life because you think it's "stupid," you go and watch the Legend of the Galactic Heroes, more specifically the version from 1997 released via 110 episodes (OVAs). it's an incredible and very intellectual piece of art about humanity & war
>>37304060I'm willing to sell up to 35% of my stash for enough money to buy myself and the wife a nice home with 5 bedrooms so we can have a bunch of kids. The rest is reserved for the future, when we don't need to go to fiat anymore and lots of people casually accept XMR.
Is the plan to buy as much XMR as possible before CBDC come into play?
Bullish for Monero?https://www.coindesk.com/hamas-binance-localbitcoins-bitcoin-donations
>>37315028And afterwards, too. Centralized finance has no future. This is no world for boomers.
>>37310100kill your celf
>>37316155Checked Still feeling comfy bros, this project is a gift from heaven
>>37301692Just buy back. XMR is still very cheap.
>boomers are still buying btc like it's the greatest thing ever How do you redpill these people?
>>37304060>For the long term holders. What are your goals?I hate jews, I hate banks, I hate unbacked fiat, I hate taxes, I hate governments.It's only logical that I am here.I just want to get away from them.
>>37316376Use El Salvador's eventual Lightning Network failures as a thing to point to. That's the only thing BTC maxis have going for them.
>>37310373The Bisq people are insufferable.Thank God the code is open for forking at least.
>>37316376You can't. Took them a decade to catch the BTC train.It'll take them another to take the next train, that might be XMR.
Wow! Monero stole their logo from metro of İstanbul.This shitcoin is finished
>>37304060I use it as a savings account my nigger government can't touch. When I have enough I am comfortable with, I use some extras to buy things as well. I buy more mostly regardless of the price action.
>>37317440Istanbul is based because they hate Sultan Erdogoblin.
>>37317440Istanbul stole Istanbul from the Byzantine empire, so they don't have a say in the first place.
I added a new small piece of hardware. I like the numbers.How are you doing, minerbros?
>>37318162Comfy. My miners are running full tilt. It's not much, but it's honest XMR. All my recent payouts have been tethered. A nice 300 USDT bag waiting to be swapped for cheapies. If I can get multiple XMR with it, I'm gonna die from happiness.
>>37317440normally i'd say 'ew roach coin' but based
>>37318162I hope I can get my hands on some GPU soon cause this ain't doing much
>>37318162how much did you have to invest?
>>37319336he probably had 1 or 2 good gpu
>>37307253Why is no one talking about this from a Monero perspective? It's the biggest SHUM moment ever
>>37300485>>37247044Just realized pic related is probably the most likely to use XMR. He'd probably send some to corrupt Alliance politicians, random spies in Imperial territories, and most definitely the Terran Church Cult.
>>37320591I'll make an edit, but it'll be a while before I'm allowed to leave my wage cage for the day.
Are there any crypto debit cards that use Monero?
>>37320747Thanks anon! Much appreciated.
>>37304060i'll buy a small house with a big garden in a village and keep the remaining xmr for living expenses. village people prefer to transact in cash instead of credit and xmr is digital cash
>>37323154I'm more surprised xmr is kinda keeping up. I would xmr to plummet in sats when btc is pumping this much.
>>37323394We're correlated so hard to Bitcoin because BTCfats need XMR in order to have private transactions. They're not gonna start relying on Zcash. One day they will concede that XMR is not a mere tool for BTC and can replace it whole.
>>37323762>btc pumps xmr pumps Now we only need to xmr pump when btc dumps on the regular bases. >>37323162>i'll buy a small house with a big garden in a villageSame.
poompa bang bang
>>37323162I agree and supporting the local economy is good
>>37324152>Now we only need to xmr pump when btc dumpsI agree.
House full of bankrolls I don' even knowYoung Thaiboy Goon too flexI need me no homeSo much paper I can't hold I might take it slowDisrespecting me and i'll leave you smokedYoung Thaiboy in my zone out of controlI be smoking blunts, catch me in the thunderstorm100 band let's go, Ya ya
Where to swap LTC for XMR?
>>37325084Can do it on cakewallet
We're kind of back in the norm after the FBI-cracking-bitcoin FUD dip.We will surely stabilize now and begin crabbing again.Until next week when the ETH update/fork whatever will make waves or something.
>>37319336>>37319523It's not that much hardware desu.A recent CPU, a recent GPU, and an older GPU.(this is the pay hashrate)
>>37325996Your 3900x is a bit low. I get 20kh from my 3900.
>>37325996Left is a ryzen 3600 and right a 3900
>>37325949>Until next week when the ETH update/fork whatever will make waves or somethingWhat update?
>>37317440Kek I wonder if there’s any actual relation or if it’s just coincidence, do we know who actually made the Monero logo?
>>37325949>>37326958It's not going to make any waves. ETH gas is so stable and predictably low lately that the only effect it will have is in stopping 10 minute spikes to 2000 gwei when everything is crashing. The deflationary impact is already priced in.
>>37328971It's just a M in a circle. It doesn't take a creative genious to come up with such a logo.
>>37326493>>37326624>Your 3900x is a bit low. I get 20kh from my 3900.What algo?Because the official benchmark for XMR mining do not go up to 20k for that model:https://xmrig.com/benchmark?cpu=AMD+Ryzen+9+3900X+12-Core+ProcessorI mine cn-heavy (XHV) because it's low wattage and my CPU stays cool, so the pay rate depends on the day.
>>37329708currently both workers are munching on cn-heavy/xhv.But yeah just like you it fluctuate.
>>37326493Lmfao no you don’t. That’s impossible and you would be outperforming the best of on monero benchmarks you larp Different algos have different potential hash rates. You are not mining random x at 20k
>>37330109He's talking about pay rate and I'm talking about pay rate. And according to his last post we both use the same algo. chill dude
>>37330228>mining a shitcoin instead of Monero
>>37330328I'm getting paid in XMR so suck it.
>>37303657Part of me hopes some of the lads who post this are actual glow niggers, would be funny
>>37312604I don't think anyone knows who is making these. I believe they've stayed anon.
Post Monero musichttps://youtu.be/_-LmgfYUjVg
>>37333532Also HHHNNNNNNNNNNNNNG seeing this makes me want to propose to her. amazing work anon
>>37331728I wish I could be friends with whoever creates the beautiful art
>>37312604What you need?
>>37307273I'll sell you some
>>37334342oyvey, cool it on the antisemitism goyim
>EVERYONE LOOK AT ME, I LIKE NAGATORO>I SAID THE MEME LINES THAT MEANS I'M COOL RIGHT?Is anyone else getting really annoyed by this fucking spammer?
>>37334701seethe more faggot. If you don't like it you can go back to reddlt
>>37334701Avatar fagging is inevitable in general threads, roll with it.
>>37335452>general thread about a private untraceable cryptocurrency>we should be cool with people forming attentionwhoring identitiesThe lack of anonymity in general threads ALWAYS leads to their degradation, just look at how much shitflinging /pmg/ has now because of a small amount of vocal people that make their personalities known. It's not going to stop at one person, avatarfags attract other avatarfags and namefags and before you know it we will just have a circlejerk.
>>37300485I think you are missing out on something great, just a tip because sharing is caring
>>37334701>>37335697Hey Jannie do your job instead of bitching!
>>37335590General threads ARE circlejerk by nature, report (or not because begging help from mods is literal reddit behavior) if he's misbehaving or just ignore him, he's essentially just posting anime girl on an anime website.
>(you)>The lack of anonymity in general threads ALWAYS leads to their degradation, just look at how much shitflinging /pmg/ has now because of a small amount of vocal people that make their personalities known. It's not going to stop at one person, avatarfags attract other avatarfags and namefags and before you know it we will just have a circlejerk.
>>37335590>general thread about a private untraceable cryptocurrency>posting on 4chanJust posting in this thread is antithesis to the very idea of monero retard, why are you even here
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>>37334701Yeah, I also hate niggertoro posters.
>>37336047Peak delusion. Fucking maxipads.
these generals make me want to sell my suicide stack of xmr for wonero
>>37336047>I'm sorry but due to your low social credit score your bitcoin has being black listed. oh no now no one want your money.bitcoin is trash
>>37336047>looks at map of monero nodes>only white countriessure transcends race
>>37336293yea you have a low social credit score just for lurking 4chan let alone posting in xmr general, especially certain people in these threads. I am curious what my social credit score is lol, the lower the better.
>>37336389I want the lowest score.
>>37336367Don't forget that if only White men use a currency, it's a shitty currency and we should force diversity into it.
>>37336917>Don't forget that if only White men use a currency, it's a shitty currency and we should force diversity into it.Fuck off, sperg.
>>37336994Dude, don't go all schizo on us. Look at my post history. I'm a regular here.I just don't want us to be too complacent with the evil lurking within our borders.If you think the Monero project is perfect, you won't see the corruption growing.
>>37337151>Dude, don't go all schizo on us. Look at my post history. I'm a regular here.>>I just don't want us to be too complacent with the evil lurking within our borders.>If you think the Monero project is perfect, you won't see the corruption growing.You're not fooling anybody, you autistic faggot. Go shill your shitcoin somewhere else.
>>37337151>Look at my post history. I'm a regular here.You're certainly new on 4chan(nel).
>>37337151Don't even bother trying to reason with people. If you bring up a criticism that happens to also have been used by someone in a bad faith argument, then you are automatically lumped in with them. The well of discussion progressively gets more and more poisoned until eventually we just devolve into shitflinging for 300 posts. This is the ultimate fate of all generals.
>>37333532Oh, this is so great.
>>37337151There are a bunch of guys here who get super fucking pissed if you bring this up. My strategy is just to bail if there’s ever a CoC.
>>37336917classic trojan horse of "diversity". Embrace, extend, and extinguish. Join the project, add a CoC, get some of your activists friend to also join the project, slowly gain the majority, and finally kill it.
>>37337256>>37337314Jesus bro, I talk about my mining operation all the time, I make the threads if they're not up, and I upload my Monero chart almost every day.If you've been here more than once, you've read me before.Don't make us look like a bunch of cultists that will go off on anyone that doesn't say things that are 100% positive about XMR, like the Bitcoin maxis do.Just because that british cunt is shilling his shit sometimes is not a reason to be this aggressive.
>>37337663this. on an idealistic level sure monero is for everyone, but practically speaking the cult will destroy everything it touches and you have to be vigilant
just started mining monero on my mac and the fans are working far too hard. i don't want to risk shortening the life of my computer for pennies
>>37337736i appreciate the daily charts bro
>>37337364>If you bring up a criticismIt's not even a legitimate criticism, its a lame FUD attempt. And FireIce's sockpuppetry is so obvious its actually kinda funny.
>>37337546>>37337663Yeah I kinda agree with you.In a way, even a CoC wouldn't prevent us from using XMR, they can't ask if you're a nigger-lover before letting you use the currency.But on the other hand, it would be a sign that the project is going in a bad direction. In such a case I would possibly be interested in a forking.It's a matter of time, after all, everything gets corrupt.Whether it will be by women, fags, kikes, ONGs, govts, greed, whatever, it's a matter of time.We shouldn't get irrational and think XMR is forever the best solution, we should believe in it and help it grow, and leave the ship when it starts to sink.We're not there yet though, thank God.I hope the tech will continue to develop to be fluid and impossible to censor, so that we won't have too much trouble when the time comes.
>>37337899So we should just ignore people that try to corrupt Monero from the inside and turn it into another LInux?
>>37337835if you use xmrig, edit your config.json file to reduce the amount of thread that is taken by the miner.
>>37337835It's not about the fans but the temperature. The fans can run at 100% all the time, who cares.What's the temperature you get? I don't know much about the mac environment, but I'm sure you can make it so that it throttles at 75c or even undervolt/clock it to begin with.
>>37337947>So we should just ignore people that try to corrupt Monero from the inside and turn it into another LInux?Has a formal proposal been submitted? How much power does one fruit have to actually "corrupt" a project with 200+ active contributors.STFU and go take your meds, sperg.
>complaining about Nagatoro>complaining about JustinThread reeks of Firelies
>>37337736There's no post history bro, for all I know, it could be someone larping as (You), that's why I said that you were new on 4chan.I do remember your concern as you voiced them in a previous thread but reducing the entire thing as "white people good, non-white bad" is stupid considering that asian countries have a greater adoption of crypto in general compared to western countries.I'm also against a CoC but saying it in every thread is no different from what >>37337364is complaining, though in his case, he's probably just triggered about anime girls.Go complain where it matter, no here, as said previously, this thread, like all general threads, is nothing but a circlejerk.As for >>37336994 and >>37337256He's unironically a useful idiot and got his pavlovian stimulus triggered.
>>37337928I'm confident in XMR because atleast to my knowledge there's no real central authority. Sure there's a core of dev, but there's no CEO like other stupid shitcoin, no organisation. Like you said, if the cancer start to take place we can always fork it, still it's no easy task, but a possibility. We have to stay vigilant, the force at be don't like us.
>>37337899>>37338133Brah, chill down for a bit.I remember when Google was about "not being evil".I remember when Twitter called itself "the free speech branch of the free speech party".I remember when Linux was "free from politics".I remember when Wikipedia was "free from bias and ideology".The evil is always lurking and looking for a chink in your armor.You're so obsessed with the evil outside (z trannies or whatever) that you don't look inside.
>>37337957can you explain exactly how to a techtard
>>37338154>Thread reeks of FireliesSets off my spidey sense every fucking time.
>>37338247>(z trannies or whatever)Ztrash are just Bitcoin maxipads.
>>37338247I watch with great amusement how every single one of your Ryo Generals die with zero posts.
>>37338270>>37337899What a beautiful man!
>>37337928Ehrenhofer seems to be OK with actual Nazis using Monero, so whatever he believes doesn’t seem to be in the dev team at this time. Which is a very good sign.>even a CoC wouldn't prevent us from using XMRA CoC is my immediate dump signal because the language used in common CoC’s, like the Contributor Covenant is specifically designed to nullify the GPL and let Microsoft HR insert arbitrary backdoors into projects. (The first usage of the Linux CoC was to fire a dev who defeated NSA backdoors, for example.) A CoC is lethal to any FOSS project’s mission.>>37338133There is absolutely a threat; don’t jump down new people’s throats for being concerned when they do their research on a coin that’s for dissidents. Maybe we should have a pasta or something.>>37337947No, we shouldn’t. We should always be on the lookout for it. For now, I don’t see indications that the developers, largely anonymous and shielded from the physical threats and familial blackmail that were required to kill Linux’s resistance, are at any elevated risk. But you should, of course, always keep it in the back of your mind that this ideology is out there and will be deployed against Monero, Justin or no.
>>37338352>What a beautiful man!Also the lead dev of Zcash and basically a communist.
>>37338340It’s not just FireIce. This is a very real concern that people have; CoC’s are as lethal to FOSS projects as backdoors or flaws in code, probably more because they explicitly prevent forks.
>>37338340Jesus Christ you're not a logical man at all.That'll teach me to even try to interact with anime-avatar people. I won't reply to you anymore.If you have any brain cell left, let this message reach it:I think your sperg attitude is hurting Monero.
>>37338547based retard letting people that will kill you into your country. INSHALLAH DEATH TO DEGENERATES!
Just so everybody is aware what kind of concern-trolling faggot we're dealing with here.TL;DR: don't take the bait, there is nothing being argued in good faith here.
>>37338563>That'll teach me to even try to interact with anime-avatar people.Anon, please, you probably only know of /biz/ which is normalfag central but anime girl posting is common in many boards here.
>>37339035No yeah I agree, I'm not even an anti-anime guy, I'm specifically talking about those that avatar-fag with a specific anime person.The dude in question posts Nagataro pictures all the time, he's obviously a weirdo, just like all dudes I encountered that are anime-avatar people.
I have an low end PC and very cheap energy availableIs it viable to mine monero with it?
>>37339035There's a difference between posting anime characters and centering your entire online presence around one single anime girl attached to all of your posts. One is board culture, the other is explicitly against the rules and pretty faggy.
>>37339035It is encouraged.
>>37339364>I have an low end PC and very cheap energy available>Is it viable to mine monero with it?It all comes down to the hardware.Tell us what CPU and GPU you have, we'll tell you.
>>37338563So if everyone just posts anime girls we can get you to fuck off? Seems too good to be true.
>>37339423There's more than one Nagatoro poster.
>>37339571indeed, we're at least 3
>>37339563It was unironically how we warded off election tourists in 2014-2015.Then... they adapted.
>>37339475I have an Ryzen 5 3600, do I have to wait 2 years for a chance to hit block?Even if it's only pennies, I wish there was a way to have it come monthly to help pay the expenses
>>37339977>Ryzen 5 3600That's not bad.https://xmrig.com/benchmark?cpu=AMD+Ryzen+5+3600+6-Core+Processor8kh/s is 1 Monero per year.I would advise you to mine in a small pool (like MoneroOcean), and that's it.>Even if it's only pennies, I wish there was a way to have it come monthly to help pay the expensesYou can configure MoneroOcean for the payment, not sure what the minimum amount is, though.
shoot some suggestions for the Monero Party Playlist:https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdo8BCEcjvzCs5OkBfR9bnsXGE3Zw0C-Kits finally close to overtaking the old one in views :D
>>37340287thanks, manI'll look more into it
>>37339977mine with it using moneroocean just like >>37340287 said. I started with the same CPU, it's a good one.
Any of you know what El Salvador's stance on crypto other than Bitcoin is?Like, if Bitcoin to other crypto is a taxable event?
how about a fun flight from planet earth when the $CHAD does x10 ??do NOT waste your cash on shitty coins, if you want real profit - Visit $CHAD and learn $$$
>>37341145Even if there were rules I doubt anyone gives a shit if they're not followed.
>>37341115Oh we need to stimulate the bitcoin economy so we will print 2 million bitcoin on our gov-layer-2, dont worry though, we will soon back every layer 2 coin with real coins!
>>37340360Refer to >>37333722
insider here, reporting in.
>it will be months until I get my 18.7 sui stackFrens I have fear I will not have enough time for this.
Just evangelized friends and family to MoneroNow, I'm off to jack it to Monero-chan. Smell ya fuckers later!
>>37342545>>it will be months before I get my 0.13651000 BTC sui stackis xmr the official pajeetcoin?
>>37342693I can only put in like $500 a month
i got a little stack between sui and breakit, im currently saving up enough money to be able to double my stack in case we go below 100€ and will start DCAing after i reached that ammount, keeping up the "emergency cash" ration.am i going to make it this way? i sure hope so.
>>37342693Who cares about Bitcoin (aside from those that don't know better i.e. normies)?
Not a SINGLE mention of privacy coins in a fucking front page article in the New York Times about chain analysis; Jesus Christ, normies are fucking stupid.
>>37342639Based Monero-chan coomer
>>37342937"normies" don't care about btc, they're priced out
>>37343285Even normie ignorance is limited. The crypto market will be plagued by privacy scandals until first place is conceded to XMR.
Crabby summer bump
>>37344403Monero-chan is the love of my life
>>37342545>>37342734I think we're going to have a month of crabbing before we start the run upwards again. Bitcoin seems like it's going to bounce between 30-40k for a while.
>>37342639btw does anyone have the artist of that pic?
>>37342545we'll probably be pissing around the 250-300 range for a while, use your time wisely while it's this cheap. Big dump scared off lots of the dumb money and now we're back to fundamentals and anime girls.
>>37301692>soldnot how it works anon
>>37346630i live by this song, i won't ever fucking sell a single coin before we hit 10k and even then, i wont dump all my coins, only what i need to survive, i bought Monero for a reason, if i was only chasing money i would have already bought dog money.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RU4aHnZlHhM
>>37345036Why is everyone so optimistic about Bitcoin? Expecting it to recover borders on irrationality.
when will we go past ath bros?
>>37346985People with a low time preference generally do a lot better than people with a high time preference. I've been hodling since 2017 (started buying at $70) and I haven't sold any yet and almost certainly won't this year either.
>>37347079once all the moonboys have sold
CNBC just was talking about monero. Thanks for the free advertising!
>>37347058Bitcoin is easy to get past the compliance officers at corporations, and has staggering liquidity and very little counterparty risk due to it's decentralized nature (minus miner concentration). It fails as a currency but it's low money velocity combined with the above make it a solid SoV for compliance and regulatory conscious institutional investors.
>>37347501WELL DONT JUST FUCKING STAND THERE, DROP THE LINK!
>>37347597heard it on the radio idk.
>>37347639Do you remember what the story was? Maybe something will be uploaded to YouTube later tonight or something
>>37347845talking about ransomwear. coinbase lawyer guy and guy who formerly ran the nasdaq were on. Basically everyone calling for monero regulation lol
What are you saying bitcoin maxi? Layer two will fix privacy and mining centralization? What a coincidence, I too think Monero + Atomic Swaps is going to solve Bitcoins' shortcomings!
>>37343791the big problem is that the media will push Jewish honeypots like Zcash as the solution.Check this infographic by AFP and note how they list "Litecoin, Ethereum and Zcash" as supposedly relevant altcoins that followed Bitcoin:https://mobile.twitter.com/nayibbukele/status/1402845693690232834
>>37347550None of these entities will even be around in the future. It fills me with hate to think about the fact that the asset which once carried the amazing subtitle "because fuck banks" is now supposed to usher in this glorious cooperation between institutions and people. What favors have they done us since 2008? When they and they alone oopsie'd our entire lives down the drain? Who's to say that, upon obtaining 51% of all BTC, they won't immediately halt withdrawals and print infinite BTC?>silly anon, they can't simply make more of it when they feel like itYeah nah that's what they said about the dollar too.There is no future to financial institutions, and if there is a future to central governments they'll have to figure out how they can get the people to fund the state voluntarily.
>>37350075pls gib monero latina to play wrestle with!
>>37303807XMR generals consistently have the best intellectual discussion, not only of Monero fundamentals, but other topics as well. >>37303461/biz has slowed down a lot across the board>>37303657yes, posting in the XMR general is bad opsec
what kind of lockbox or safe should i buy to store my ledger and other valuable stuff?
>>37350514You shouldn't store crypto long-term on a Ledger. Use a steel/titanium wallet like coldti. Also boating accident.
Welcome to the pozzed bizarromarket where a coin gets devalued inversely to its usefulness and all the worthless ones are in the green. >>37350514>fireproof>secure>easy to hideFor price range you should go for 33-50% of what your portfolio is worth. You will be so happy you did in case your house burns down or burglars come to your house because they found out you once KYC'd Bitcoin.
>>37350633checked. >>37350514I like using dog-tags in conjunction to a ledger>>37350403these discussions almost always sprout from arguments, usually against a shill or someone coming to learn and two monerochads duking it out>>37339644checked and saved
>>37339423>MOMMY HE BROKE THE RULESSAre you going to give the feds your xmr keys when they finally make it illegal you stupid faggot. Its against the rules after all. A good goy like you would NEVER break the rules
>>37347501This one? https://twitter.com/x3nu_/status/1402612872547602433?s=21
how much hashrate would I get mining with my gtx1650 gaming laptop and a gtx1050ti in a junker pc?
>>37352723>gtx16501 USD per day with today's price.>gtx1050ti Pretty much nothing.
I'M A MONERO EXTREMIST, IN THE LAB LIKE A CHEMIST, FUCK A NORMIE OPINION, ALL MY BOXES RUN LINUX.MAKE CRYPTO SCARY AGAIN.
Is it worth destroying my laptop battery while mining for 1$ day ? I also have a 1650
The sats... No...
>>37354241Depending on what laptop you have, you might be able to take out the battery, disconnect it, or disable it in the bios in the first place.Also, depending on your laptop, some batteries are smart and won't be used when you are plugged in.
>>37328971>calls himself an OG>doesn't know the origin of the monero logoIt was made by this kid who won the logo contesthttps://99designs.ca/profiles/763821>>37337151>>37337364>>37337546>>37337746I just want to say that while I do appreciate your early work on XMR-Stak, you're a fucking sociopath and the world would clearly be a better place without you on it. You don't make anyone happy, not even yourself. I don't understand why you still keep living this miserable life. Whatever you're doing certainly isn't working, so why persist? Go travel, I don't know.In the very slight chance you're not firelies:>I'm here posting everyday>I'm contributing!>Oh look this other contributor said if some money can be only used by one group of people it's bad moneyWhich is correct.>He likes Codes of Conduct, I'm sure he will try to push one onto Monero!No. He with rehrar announced on a meeting in early 2019 that they wanted to add a Code of Conduct to their own community at "Monero Spaces" or whatever it's called. Most voiced that a code of conduct is stupid and do more harm than good, and ended up with "you can do whatever at your own corner of the internet, nothing will ever be implemented here" and that was it.So, the organized concern troll really is tiresome. Super boring. I've refuted this with links to the community meetings on IRC a few times already but you just keep coming back, you just keep coming back every single day of your life repeating the same bullshit that has been refuted over and over. The only justification for such behavior is that you're retarded. Or you're firelies. Pick one.
>>37350794Very interesting to see the strong influence of EUR lines there>ETH testing 2k EUR>XMR testing 200 EUR>BTC testing 30k EUR
I really fucking hate reddithttps://www.reddit.com/r/signal/comments/amm7gs/can_i_hide_my_online_status_from_other_other_users/efn6top/I was trying to figure out why Signal was showing me the people in my contact list who also use the app and its a "feature". And of course a braindead dev thinks its good that I am forced to reveal to anyone who might have my phone number in their contact list that I use a particular service. Its not one gay pr fag that bring ruin to a project its retards like this
>>37355856signal was dead to me even before i ever used it, trying to get rich of their instamined shitcoin instead of using monero shows just how much they care about your privacy.
>>37354751well tried it but the sound that my PC makes when i mine worry me a bit, too much noise, i'll stick to buying
>>37355856Anyone that I know that's really privacy-oriented doesn't use Signal because they ask a phone number (for no technical reason whatsoever), so they might glow.You might be interested in Element (Matrix) instead.https://www.privacytools.io/software/real-time-communication/
>>37356422>>37356294What normie friendly app replacement for signal would you recommend. I think a bright side is that at least more users have normalized encrypted apps
>>37356556Element is great
>>37356556matrix (with element client) is kinda like crypto discord / whatsapp
>>37356694>>37356687Cool ill check it out for phone. I have most of the people I talk to IRL on signal. But it is annoying and a huge flaw to have random contacts pop up.
If El Salvador is really buying tainted BTC, what that means for XMR?
>>37357018>buying its citizens unwanted coinsdoes it really mean "tainted" by this? Isn't every coin that someone is selling "unwanted"? Or else they would not be selling them?
>>37357018El Salvador is full of CIA-trained militant types. When big BTC holders find that they get kidnapped after buying a burrito at the local store, they will know why fungibility is important and XMR will finally be mentioned.
>>37340360>>37340360based Lagerfeld anonpick the one you like mosthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ghf8gBEZICchttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAXACgxeUvohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMG7IhX3yOshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awoFZaSuko4
>>37358629added 2 & 3, we already have the payday scarface dlc song that is basically song 1 but with more force behind it and song 4 is cool but theres too much downtime between the actual lyrics for the playlist, will add it to my personal favourites though ;)
>>37316494cash is very traceable btw, magnetic strips are rfid serial numbers
I wanna maximize value, so I've been looking for a good low to hop in. Should I just stop stressing a buy? I wanna be a hodl-nigger.
>>37318162upgraded a work pc to a 3600, set PPT to 65w, hits 6.8khs rx0 and 650xhv on MO. Fewer than 70 degrees c. comfy AF, i've got another 2 ryzen 3200s that i want to upgrade to 3600 and my main rig is already a 3900. mining 60e per month total, it's pretty decent
>>37360250It's tough to predict the short term, and there could always be a new market-wide megadump around the next corner, but regardless of where it'll be tomorrow or in a week, at $258 XMR still is plenty underpriced.
>>37360477stock cooler btw, PPT is the silver bullet
>>37360477Good job anon, looks neat. I'm building an ITX miner with a 3900x. I only still need a power supply, GPU and CPU. It'll be great.
>>37300914based nagabromake more
>>37361738why are my boners like this, why did you bros do this. I didnt even know about this naga, wtf
>>37354241Not really. I buy more XMR per month than could be mined in an entire year. It's just not worth it for most people.
the dream lives on
Any word on when Kraken will support ACH in the US?
>>37365664just use some other shitcoin like BTC or LTC as an on-ramp it's so much easier.
whys it going down
anons, what's with the huge sell wall at 252 right now?
>>37367842Number go down.
Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Monerochan R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn.
>>37320527What's shum man?
>>37369303shum of these nuts bitchhhhhhh
>>37369303Should Have Used Monero
Gib based monero YT videos
How do I start mining crypto?
>>37370299https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIMw_cI4UsAl*ke s*ith talking about monero for an hour and a half
>>37370299https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ak5TFr26BaE>>37370465https://monerostuff.blogspot.com/2021/01/how-to-mine-monero.html>>37370471lmao wtf I was about to post my reply with another video from Luke
>>37370527Danke. That link should be in the OP instead of the one that's currently there.
>>37370731bitte sehragreed, hopefully one of the bakers will catch it and update the OP
Am in crypto since 2015 and I remember when others said "BTC to $1K" and shit, I never believed that and rather used it to pay for things, never cared about the price and loved the technology. Back then I lived in Eastern Europe and was still underage, could not even have a bank account and thats why I found BTC fascinating!..... Eventually it's $30k now (was $60k) and I believe it's going to be more than that (long-term). Even if it won't, it's still great and I won't mind. It's truly revolutionary. Now I'm having the same vibes with Monero, it's at $250, the technology is truly masterpiece, I don't care about the price, but judging from my own experience and I'm certain we will hit $10K at some point and way more than that. If you are not sure whether to buy or not, buy it. Buy one. Read about it... It's truly the future. Monero is unstoppable!!Cheers and wish y'all a great day!
>tfw 2 weeks ago I was a nocoiner>tfw today i have an undisclosed stack in Minecraft and am mining from a solo nodeWhy is XMR so comfy, bros?
>>37371550>Why is XMR so comfy, bros?Because it's unironically the best cryptocurrency project out there. And if anyone, literally anyone, try to say otherwise, please ask them to provide any proof. Pro-tip: they don't have any because monero is indeed the best cryptocurrency project out there.