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

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

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

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

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

XMR Stats: moneroj.net

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

OFFICIAL WEBSITE - getmonero.org

WHERE TO GET MONERO?

>KYC:
Kraken
Binance
Bitfinex

>Non KYC:
LocalMonero
Morphtoken
Bisq
Kucoin
Tradeogre
Crypto ATMs
see: kycnot.me

>Mining
archive.is/TWOah

HOW TO STORE MONERO?

>Desktop
Official Gui/Cli
Feather

>Mobile
IOS: Cakewallet
Android: Monerujo
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PREVIOUS THREAD: >>51503783
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START MINING IN P2POOL
>START MINING IN P2POOL
START MINING IN P2POOL
>START MINING IN P2POOL

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

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

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


>YOU CAN NOW MINE IN P2POOL DIRECTLY FROM THE MONERO GUI WALLET!

If you have a PC or laptop:

1. Download Monero GUI
https://i.imgur.com/ZGefPef.png

2. Pick 'Advanced' mode
https://i.imgur.com/4c0uSE4.png

3. Set up your wallet
https://i.imgur.com/4lMKh00.png

4. Keep the default Daemon settings "Start a node automatically in the background"
https://i.imgur.com/maACmmT.png

5. Once sync'd, go to Advanced->Mining and pick 'P2Pool'. If you have a laptop or low-end PC (~50 kH/s) pick "Mini" pool, else pick "Main"
https://i.imgur.com/E60JeMG.png


>YOU CAN USE P2POOL-COMPATIBLE REMOTE NODES IF YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR OWN LOCAL COPY OF THE BLOCKCHAIN
https://xmrvsbeast.com/p2pool/monero_nodes.html


OTHERWISE SWITCH TO A SMALLER POOL, IT TAKES YOU 30 SECONDS AND YOU CAN JUST SOURCE A DIFFERENT CONFIG FILE IF YOU DON'T WANT TO FUCK UP YOUR EXISTING ONE.

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

https://www.reddit.com/r/MoneroMining
https://web.xmrpool.eu/xmr-monero-easy-mining-guide.html
https://monero.hashvault.pro/en/getting-started
https://www.supportxmr.com
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*****/XMR/ Monero General Info-Dump*****
>*****/XMR/ Monero General Info-Dump*****
*****/XMR/ Monero General Info-Dump*****
>*****/XMR/ Monero General Info-Dump*****


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


>Monero: it's what new Bitcoin users think they bought. Every feature, explained
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org


>Why Monero is so untraceable: a rundown of the powerful stealth tech Monero utilizes
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org#MoneroIsUntraceable


>The Writing on the Wall: Monero replacing Bitcoin as the new standard
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org#MoneroReplacingBitcoin


>Breaking News: no, Monero still isn't traceable
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org/#RecognizingTraceabilityFUD


>Vaporware: why nobody is worried about CipherTrace's magic crystal ball
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org#CipherTraceFail


>Very Clever Math: how we can verify that the XMR supply isn't being inflated
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org/#MuhInflationBug


>Pssst, wanna buy some Monero? Follow these simple how-to guides
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org#BuyAndStoreMonero


>Bitcoin: The Original Non-Fungible Token
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org#BitcoinBlackpill


>Why Monero is Better than Zcash: the "privacy coin" criminals won't touch
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org#ZcashBlackpill


>The Lowdown on PirateChain: why this Zcash clone is considered a scam
https://moneroinfodump.neocities.org#PirateChainBlackpill


>LATEST UPDATES

- added Proof-of-Stake update to Zcash Blackpill
- added list of available desktop/mobile wallets
- expanded all sections with more relevant info, graphics & videos
- added easily linkable headers and sub-headers (link icon to the far right)
- added a new section about traceability FUD
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Never forget what this is ultimately all about.

https://anarkio.codeberg.page/agorism/

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

https://monerica.com/
https://moneromarket.io/
https://www.reddit.com/r/moneromarket/new/
https://monero.com/marketplace
https://cryptwerk.com/pay-with/xmr/
https://acceptedhere.io/catalog/currency/xmr/

>Live off XMR with Cake Pay (currently US only)
https://cakepay.com/

>or with CoinCards (currently US & CA only, UK, EU & AUS coming soon)
https://coincards.com/


>Monero stickers for guerilla marketing
http://monerosupplies.com/


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

# = recently launched, exercise caution

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


Anonymously exchange BTC for XMR using a reputable darknet service

>Kilos
>Majestic Bank (exercise caution, possibly exit-scamming)
>Elude
>Infinity Project
https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/8cunb


>Poker Club: play no-limit Texas Hold'em in real time with 2-8 players over the safety of Tor with the privacy of Monero! No user account required.
http://pokerggxmrvzecuo6afhucjwdljuve5eoavxdxdr6zedyejd6mvz5wad.onion

>XMR Poker
http://xmrpoker3icphjr7c6dgct3by44ph4xvxrds4jzwjkjh7h2owdf6icyd.onion


>Want to support further development? Donate to the Monero General Fund or MAGIC Monero Fund
https://ccs.getmonero.org/donate/
https://magicgrants.org/funds/monero/

>Have a particular set of skills? Join a Monero Workgroup and (potentially) earn XMR!!!
https://www.getmonero.org/community/workgroups/

>Want more Monero-chan? Donate to the Community Art Fund
https://www.monerochan.art/
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>The irrational exuberance of cryptocurrency investors

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

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

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

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

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQ_xWvX1n9g
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>No tail emission = Bitcoin is fucked

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

https://cryptostackers.substack.com/p/bitcoin-is-not-a-store-of-value
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Reporting in
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IRC- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/tzm4s
Aliases- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/bjbx3
Extras- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/daxte
Nodes- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/ke2k8
Mining- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/c7na4
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When do you guys think the "Privacy Bubble" will come? My prediction is it will come when govs start rolling out (((CBDCs))). I think 2024-2025.
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>>51571123

2026
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Is 30 xmr enough to make it?.
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>>51570850
Happy Thursday
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Which mobile wallet is recommended? If any
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>>51571123
When COMEX runs out of Silver and the Dollar shits itself.
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Good morning gents
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How to turn GPU power into more XMR? Direct mining doesn't cut it, what else to mine just to trade or swap it into Monero? I don't think MoneroOcean is the best, is it?
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>>51571616
real chads use their GPU to mine monerochans
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>>51571616
Too late. Gpu mining is dead
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>>51571596
>>51571824
>>51571123
Did an AI make these?
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>>51571361
100
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Is moneromarket.io legit?
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>>51571880
yeah, although some of them I touched up in photoshop
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An edit of the Weyland-Yutani Corp logo I did in the last thread, let me know if you anons have any other simple logos like it for me to try and make. I'm not a photoshop wizard, so nothing too complicated for me please
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>>51570981
based

>>51571616
moneroocean is the best. you can mine BTC through nicehash and then convert in xmr

>>51572471
nice
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>>51571123 >>51571596
>>51571824 >>51572314
>>51572471
These look great anons.

>>building better crypto
Perhaps change this to something like:
>crypto built right
>no compromises
>freedom money
>the monetary solution
>private, secure, untraceable
Just throwing ideas out there, what do you think?
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Where can I buy crypto with credit card and low fees but no KYC?
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>>51571596
>>51571824
>>51572314
Holy fucking shit, these are hot.
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>>51571505
Good take.
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But why do AI generated Monerochans come out with thick necks?
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>>51573434
The Weyland-Yutani slogan is "Building Better Worlds", which is why I chose that
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>>51571123
Aren’t CBDCs supposed to launch as early as 2023? EUR and USD
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>>51573804
Ahh I did not know that, cool reference then.
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monero-chan spotted
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLBX9vdrtn4
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>>51573814
Definitely not that soon in the US. Biden just said 'more research is needed' last week. It's coming but my guess is it's a 10 yr project minimum.
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>>51574068
Google CBDC 2023, looks like they will start next year and probably try to get rid of cash in the next couple years
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>>51574101
>They will be launching the ‘Fed Now’ service, which will be the infrastructure for the American CBDC…

FedNow is a CBDC alternative that banks can use for realtime settlement. Sounds like the successor to ACH which is old as shit and takes forever.
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>>51570850

Anons your participation needed, post advices and monerochans

Global Hyperinflation General /GHG/ >>>/pol/396465681
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which mobile wallet is recommended?
also can i import the seed phrase from the gui wallet to the mobile one and see my balance on the mobile app?
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Sky and stars theme finished last night and is on the mega now, doing some water prompts today and I'll update later.
https://mega.nz/file/k9cQVCKQ#4wr_DGKp8caCe_KYGSZqizdCA-f2OZneCgoc3ieJy1Y
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One last one for now, I love how they keep turning out but I also don't want to spam.
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>>51574650
>which mobile wallet is recommended?
Monerujo
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>>51575225
My man
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>>51572471
CRYPTOGRAPHIC PARK logo
Monero-chan silhouette in place of the T-Rex.
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Uhm guys…. I been hearing lots of FUD lately about how world governments are about to kill monero and all cryptos by making CBDC’s fuck with all the on/off ramps, and the biggest hit I’ve heard their considering is that there gonna take down local monero!! What the fuck are we gonna do without local monero??
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>>51577468
Just make a tor version of local monero?
People will still be able to transact IRL P2P
People will still be able to mine

The on ramps have already been fucked with HARD. My bank keeps blocking my purchases and using intimidation tactics to try and get me to stop. I'm not a schizo either, I'm being serious.
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>>51577522
I think it’s already got a tor version and an i2p one as well. It’s just that..: tor has never stopped feds from taking down Silk Road like website. I guess localmonero isn’t exactly Silk Road. It’s just a fucking crypto exchange but the spooks still probably will change laws and rules and regulations and designate it as a terrorist site because they’ll declare monero terrorist currency or something.
Why is your bank blocking purchases? Did you get caught by cctv at Capitol hill or the Canadian truckers protest or some shit? Or did you just buy a lot of crypto? You see I’ve fucked up. I’ve bought small amount of crypto via cash app. Under 400$ worth though so they probably give no fucks. But if I want to do more… I’m thinking I’ll have to be wary of how I’m doing it. There gonna want to know why I’m giving cash to strangers by cash app at some point I’m sure.
I did once do the trick where you buy an Amazon gift card with cash and then take a picture of the code and receipt. There ain’t no way the bankers can intercept that shit lol.
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>>51577468

DEXs are on the horizon so nobody really cares lol
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>>51577743
Silk road was taken down because they got the admins computer while it was unencrypted and he had shit opsec. Nothing to do with tor
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Stupid miner question: is it better to restrict the number of cores/threads xmrig can access in a config file, or to carve off a VM and give it 100% of the VM's resources?
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>>51577916
When will they happen? Sick of waiting
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>>51580490

End of year most likely for Serai.
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>Trusted technology, growing adoption

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

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

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

Multiple, independent organizations are funded to innovate on Zcash.

Zcash is already available on top exchanges, digital wallets and a growing number of applications.
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This is what Monero chuds don't want you to know.

Buy Zcash if you actually want to make it.
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Feels good to have an all access pass to the dark web. I already stack a compliance coin, it's called the US dollar.
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>>51581074
zcash is analogous to https in the sense that https is susceptible to http downgrade attacks.
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>>51581100

How long will it take you trannies to realize nobody else cares about your cucked spycoin?
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>>51581100
Firo is the true zerocoin, zcash is corporate aids.

https://firo.org/guide/privacy-coin-comparison.html
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>>51581249
>zcash is corporate aids.

Well put lol
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>>51579050
command line/config file. VM mining is terrible
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>>51581074
Your corporate shitcoin is dead and no one will ever use it.
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>>51581074
Notice how people who need privacy use monero? No mention of your precious little unusable zcash anywhere? No one talks about zcash except you creatures,
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Anyone bullish on Ergo? Seems solid. Fair launch. No vc. Team of white guys. ASIC resistant GPU PoW. Heavily shilled by Charles Hoskinson. Would be cool if it was private by default.
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>>51577468
There's a reason we don't already have CBDCs anon, and that's because by the grace of God our satanic overlords are petty, infighting, and incompetent.

They cannot coordinate well enough to implement them.

To answer your question, money drops and atomic swaps.
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>>51577522
tor
>http://nehdddktmhvqklsnkjqcbpmb63htee2iznpcbs5tgzctipxykpj6yrid.onion/
i2p
>http://yeyar743vuwmm6fpgf3x6bzmj7fxb5uxhuoxx4ea76wqssdi4f3q.b32.i2p/
>http://lm.i2p/
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>>51577743
TOR itself works, it's very difficult for them to track YOU, but it's possible for them to see what that identity is viewing since they control most exit nodes and will try to employ https downgrade tactics, although it's difficult with https every extension by default and entirely moot if you connect to an onion service, where you don't even connect to an exit at all.
There have been cases of deanonymizing attacks but they involved having someone download 200mb+ files to leak an IP but that's been patched for years.
localmonero would be even harder since it's basically just someone making a listing and some jannies who act as intermediaries for tard disputes. If you really wanted to circumvent feds axing it and going ham then you'd just spin up an onionshare chat server and print out the link, cutting to ensure no printer identification marks are on the letters and post it around town.
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>>51583330
pic rel from their ama last year
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Can someone post the Monero Chan with her thumbs up, please? Art style was similar to pic related
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What you guys think about using virtualized instance of some linux distro for interacting with software wallet. Is it enogh to avoid risks of malware and keyloggers and be "safe" enough without going into full schizo?
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>>51585957
You'd still have to worry about the host being compromised, anon. I would dual boot your system with a Linux distro of your choice and use FDE, that way you can be sure nobody's going to get in (unless they try to compromise the boot partition in some way). That's how mine is set up.

If you're dead set on using a VM, you should use the VM for the more sketchy shit and just run the wallet normally because you won't gain much by virtualizing the wallet itself
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>>51583667
> taunted bitcoins
You know they are the worst, worse than tainted ones.
You simply do not taunt the bitcoin.. or it would shit in Saylor's pants.
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>>51585957
>>51586004
tl;dr
A VM would be a half-assed solution with no real upsides in this case. Run the wallet normally or dual boot with Linux + FDE if you want real security from malware while keeping your PC mostly unaltered
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>>51586004
I don't really know how malware works and how they really infect machines, so I just trying to use logic here.

If I use virtualization of course I exposed to the compormised host machine. But at least I'm "protected" from most of malware that are not smart enoght to get data from virtualized machine, and still vulnerable to top-tier malware, which I believe is harder to get? (just a guess). Something wrong with this logic?
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>>51586328
Let's assume you get a RAT.

A RAT can copy files to and from your computer, normally has a keylogger, can view your screen, control mouse/keyboard, and more.

By having a VM, you might prevent something from automatically stealing your wallet, but the hacker can still see your VM and access it. If he can't control your screen to do it (because you're there or an AV would catch him), he can still copy the files for the VM in the background and then boot your VM on his machine. From there, you're completely fucked because there's no way of resecuring your wallet. If you've typed your password in a single time since he gained access, your funds are as good as gone. Even if you haven't, he can try to bruteforce the password and still get your funds.

So anybody who's experienced with malware would have a strong chance of finding your wallet, you'd only be filtering out the script kiddies. If the malware is able to evade your AV, you're probably not dealing with script kiddies.

If you'd like some RATs to play with, you can get Quasar, AsyncRAT, and DCRAT (NOT DarkComet) on github, compile from source, and infect a VM
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Anything you type will have the window title recording in the keylogger's log file as well, so they won't have to guess at what you were doing when you typed. Pic related is the output from my family PC that I monitor for pedophiles (nobody is harming my kids if I can help it), the RAT used is Quasar v1.3.0
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>>51586493
Many thanks, will try to play around with them.

Probably use of separate offline laptop for sole purpose to sign transactions and usb stick to broadcast them on main machine is much better solution.
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>>51586636
Keeping a cold wallet is definitely one of the safer options, so if you have a laptop laying around then go for it. I personally have a hard on for FDE so I like to add it to all my systems when possible, but all you'd gain from it on a cold wallet is making sure someone doesn't drop a keylogger from a USB stick and come back to retrieve the logs physically later (assuming the cold wallet stayed turned off when not in use). A cold wallet by itself is definitely enough for a normal user
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>>51582087
Monero is fucking obsolete in technology pajeet
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>>51586493
Rats can’t use computers retard
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>>51582733
Money drops? Is this similar to cash by mail?
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>>51586939
>new!=better
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>>51587070
I assume he means using dead drops in cash-by-mail deals, which is the ultimate privacy method.
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>>51587210
>>51587175
It still makes use of mixers for privacy unlike some more advanced privacy protocols, scurvy faggots
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>>51587283
Tone go to bed.
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>>51587342
It's just morning here you cringe
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Do you guys feel any optimism for the future of cryptocurrency? I used to think we'd have a parallel crypto economy by now? But everyone seems to treat cryptos as stocks instead of a currency. What's even the point of having crypto then, it's just a scam.
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>>51585008
I still can't find it, can anyone help please?
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>>51587445
Change doesn't happen overnight, anon. I certainly believe crypto has a future, but the scammers/moonfags tend to leave a bad taste in the mouths of potential new adopters which carries over to other cryptos. Most normies don't know anything about crypto outside of Bitcoin (which they think is anonymous), dogecoin, etc.
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>>51587175
This piece of shit isn't on mobile yet, what then is the point if I can't access privacy on the go as is with some privacy protocols that make use of relayers?
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>>51587619
You fool
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>>51587682
That is some crap, that is in no way a mobile defi wallet. Freak off with your token gated piece of shit
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>>51587544
And what the point for retailer to do so? It's not like they get any extra customers, the amount of users who want pay with monero is imperceptible compared to traditional finance.
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>>51587927

Failgun shill detected
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>>51590029
What the heck is failgun?
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>>51590064

Something something not token gated lol
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Monero cucks on suicide watch.
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>>51585008
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I want the monero-chan to sit on my face
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>>51592788
Checked.
> "the" monero-chan.
wut?
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>>51592912

You will honor the Monero-chan.
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>>51587544
>>51588217
>>51588377
do you think big retailers will adopt monero? I don't think the government will let that slide. I predict smaller, niche businesses on the dark web will conduct businesses through Monero.
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>>51592492
Thanks, anon. If you post a wallet address, I'll send you $2 for your help
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>>51593562
Glowies need xmr more than we do. That's why Tor and xmr is here to stay.
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>>51593753
You cheap fuck.
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>>51593759
*are.
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Drop the wannabe hero and get with the Zerocash protocol.
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Stop giving (you)s to ztrannies, you god damn fucking niggers.
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>>51592492
>>51593753
I was phone posting, this post is to prove I'm the same person and my offer stands

>>51593783
I mean, I could do $5 instead. It's not like I commissioned it, just asked for someone to post the meme I couldn't find since I knew one of you guys had it
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>>51593943
5$ is like what? 69 cents in 2019 dollars?
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>>51594018
Alright, anon. I'll give him $30 then. Enjoy your lunch, >>51592492
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Happy Friday
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>>51593921

Afraid of a little competition, anon?
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>>51593562
>do you think big retailers will adopt monero?
They will for their own means, a.k.a. as a swiss bank account, but not for commerce because they don't want the people to get a hold of it before they do, so if anything the big retailers might already be accumulating
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>>51594071
Hold on. Let me see if I even still have the same id. I posted this before I crawled out of the bed.
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>>51594071
Aight. I would have done this for free but since you offer your gratitude I won't say no to it. God bless you.
4BJsovoZTgfhPHoDbadCahfQSckQu7CXiQbUdmrYS3PEay1Lj5zZxeKemURu5gL8xuTh6AUX5pVccFpx8d68vCMQUFNBeN8
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>>51595796
>>51595681
Sent a $5 first as a test, let me know if/when you get it so I can send the rest
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>>51595927
It's there. 4/10 confirms so far.
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>>51596133
Too easy, Anon. I'll send the rest in a minute
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>>51570850
Holy fuck very tempted to buy 1 right now. Such a good price.
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>>51596133
>>51596215
Just sent the other $25. I nearly sent you 25 XMR by accident though, caught it at the last minute kek
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Anons your participation needed, post advices and monerochans

Global Hyperinflation General /GHG/ >>>/pol/396616897
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>>51596493
I sure wish I had a stack like this.
Other tx went through fine. Once again, thank you very much.
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>>51597353
No problem, anon. Thanks again for posting the meme.
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Would it be possible to create xmr patreon?
If not what would you need to implement the "charge this address this amount" feature?
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Denying reality doesn't change anything.
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>>51598153
I'm interested only in the technical angle not the whoring.
Yes, every "artist" having patreon is annoying as fuck.
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>>51598110
I've never used Patreon, but you could implement a payment system using integrated addresses (check the Monero developer's documentation, RPC commands for it are pretty simple). An integrated address is basically a combination of your main address and a payment ID, so you can track the amount sent by ID instead of trying to monitor every transaction that comes in and/or keep track of sub addresses.

Mind you integrated addresses are NOT sub addresses, they can be readily separated back into the main address and payment ID. They should only be used for receiving payments.

So yes, I believe it's possible. There are probably libraries for whatever language you choose that can generate these payment addresses readily available on github.
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>>51598286
https://www.getmonero.org/resources/developer-guides/wallet-rpc.html

This page should have all the information needed on receiving/processing transactions, the main feature that I would focus on is the make_integrated_address command. According to the docs, you don't have to pass any arguments; it defaults to using the main address and generating a payment ID on the fly and returns an integrated address and the payment ID. So you would only have to keep track of the payment ID (not the entire address) and poll the wallet for transactions coming in with that ID in order to keep track of who donated what.

After assigning a payment ID to the user, you can update everything using the get_bulk_payments command with the list of IDs to check. This will return the information for any payments you received on the ID(s) that you gave it, but the amount will be in atomic units (Monero's version of a Satoshi - the smallest denomination possible) so you'll have to do some math to make it human readable (divide the number by 1e12, I think. I'm not great with math)
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>>51598286

Might be possible to create some kind of in-wallet cronjob that *automatically* pays a fixed fiat amount in XMR every month to a specified donation address, that would replicate what Patreon essentially does.
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>>51598687
That should be pretty easy to accomplish. There's a transfer command that should be able to do exactly that, although you may want to call get_balance first in order to see what you're working with and prevent making impossible transactions (although I don't think the wallet RPC server would allow that).

Overall, this is definitely within the realm of possibility. The nitty gritty details would need worked out a little more, but you should only need ~6 of the RPC commands to accomplish everything which would make for a pretty lightweight library/module for whatever backend system was chosen for the site.

Also need to make sure you're using proper security between the wallet and the server. You should be able to run the wallet RPC server remotely (multiple as well, which would help with load balancing), you'd just have to make sure you used TLS or something for the RPC connection so nobody could intercept the communication from the site to the wallet.
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>>51598945

Wow, so it would be that easy? A viable alternative to Patreon, which can and will cancel you for wrongthink, could end up being another Monero killer app. Avoiding middle-man fees makes for a great selling point.

A big bonus for patrons would be not having to sign up to any platform, that discourages a lot of would-be supporters.

So I'm thinking that a "recurring donation" option could be added to the sending process i.e. would you like to make monthly donations to this address in future? If so, plz specify how much."
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>>51599703
I think it'd be pretty easy, but I'm not sure how exactly to go about making it decentralized since I have no history in that field. I'd think you could do something like OpenBazaar (rip) or ZeroNet and have each user of a site host a copy (similar to how Torrenting works) so that the site is always online and unblockable (as long as people use it), which would also make it DDoS resistant.

Personally, I don't believe I have the know-how in the necessary fields to build something that's truly decentralized and it may be more normie-friendly to make a web service on Tor/i2p/clearnet since that's what they're used to. The Monero implementation should be the easy part though, you'd just have to make sure you have proper security implementations to prevent hackers/bad actors from trying to drain the wallet if you made it centralized like that.

You may be able to combine the two instead and have a site that acts as a proxy for users to access the underlying service. That would (in theory) allow you to have a truly decentralized system with easy on-ramps for the casuals, while maintaining a decentralized network. Anybody could run one of these on-ramps, so you'd have scammers of course but if you had a community of trusted figures (Dread, Alphabay, the project creator, etc.) running these on-ramps then you'd get the best of both worlds.

Take everything I say with a grain of salt though. Like I said, I have no real-world experience with creating decentralized systems like this and I haven't slept in 24 hours so I may be overlooking something or just plain wrong in some way(s).
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>>51600148
>>51598110
>>51598687
I'm going to do more research in my free time, but I highly doubt that this is something I would actually start making. It's simply not in my field of expertise, but you certainly got the gears turning with your idea, anons. We might be able to pitch this to someone and get it started if there's enough interest, and as long as we stick with the Monero wallet RPC commands it should be plug-and-play with any future hard forks.
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>>51600148

Wait, I don't follow.....why is there a need for a site if the entire thing would just be a wallet add-on? What external dependencies could there be?
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>>51596493
>I nearly sent you 25 XMR by accident though, caught it at the last minute kek
Holy shit I've almost done this before. Scared the hell out of me. Now I pretty much only send from a hot wallet that has a maximum 1-2 XMR to keep my retarded ass from fucking up.
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>>51601234
>tummy
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I've been busy with work and haven't had much time to work on that Amiko design document, let alone the implementation, but I added a section on how it might interop with Metamask-supported sites: gist dot github dot com forward-slash DangerOnTheRanger forward-slash 9530962c2102b16472562ccb32be35c0

Apologies to the monero-javascript team, I'll get to work on Docker-enabled builds (which I think is a blocker for Amiko) as soon as I can.
>>51598687
I've been working off-and-on for a year on a proposal to add recurring payment support to the CLI and RPC wallet, with a general enough UX that it could be implemented in other wallets without much trouble. I'd like to write a simple implementation first, but I've attached what I've done so far.
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>>51604404

Yes!!! This is EXACTLY what I had in mind, great job!!!
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>>51604404
Maybe one way you would go about doing this is sign all of the transactions beforehand, and just have the cronjob transmit those messages one at a time.
The cronjob will have to be on a running computer, so it is vulnerable to physical attack that could steal all the monero in the live wallet.
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REMINDER TO MINE ON P2POOL MINI
>REMINDER TO MINE ON P2POOL MINI
REMINDER TO MINE ON P2POOL MINI
>REMINDER TO MINE ON P2POOL MINI

Hello Monerochads. Reminder to mine on P2Pool Mini (if you have a regular computer/laptop/CPU it's recommanded).
You will receive daily bits of XMR and will help the network decentralization.
It's easy to set up. Don't be afraid to start mining on p2pool. By following any of the first 3 tutorials you'll be able to mine within 10 minutes max (even though real Monero chads mine with a local full or pruned node so it takes longer to set up)

Basically to mine on P2Pool Mini you need:
>a local full or puned monero node, or being connect to a remote node
>a monero adress used only for mining
>p2pool (just decompress a zip)
>xmrig or any other miner (just decompress a zip)

Here are important ressources to start:

1) Video tutorial with the GUi (Linux/Windows) -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbxbRu-2GWI

2) Tutorial for Windows with/without the GUI and a simple script to launch everything once it's set up -> https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/pk86r [RECOMMENDED FOR WINDOWS USERS]

3) P2Pool Get started FAQ (for P2Pool Mini also read the above tutorial and don't forget to add a mini_config.json file in p2pool folder) -> https://p2pool.io/#help

4) Monero Bash for linux users -> https://github.com/hinto-janaiyo/monero-bash

Other ressources:

5) Remote P2Pool nodes -> https://xmrvsbeast.com/p2pool/monero_nodes.html

6) You can calculate your estimated shares/day here -> https://mini.p2pool.observer/calculate-share-time

7) P2Pool Mini observer: https://mini.p2pool.observer
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>>51605307

Based
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>>51586939
Monero's userbase is psycho libertarians and druggies, try different slur.
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>>51590064
It's a token that isn't needed.
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>>51606243
>Monero's userbase is psycho libertarians and druggies

So was Bitcoin's when you could have bought it for a few hundred dollars.
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Morning, frens. Nothing like a fag and hot coffee in the morning.
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Does anyone know what is the current state of farcaster?
In one of the presentations they said they should be launching soon but I don't think they did and last git update was 12 days ago.
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>>51604635
I'm glad you like it. I thought it might be easier to get traction if I wrote a wallet (which I already wanted to do for other reasons outlined in the design doc), but that's proving to be slow going. I'll probably just finish the proposal and submit it on github instead.
>>51604959
Yeah, I'm not sure there's a simple way around the problem that whatever machine is making the periodic payments will need to be online often enough to make whatever the highest-frequency payment is. There might be a business opportunity in offering a hosted service that solves this; if you want to send x monero every day for y days to an address, send x * y monero (plus some some small fee) to the service and they take care of the rest. Obviously after y days are over you'd need to send another lump sum, but you wouldn't need to remember to start your wallet software as often. One of the reasons I wanted to write a browser wallet was that people tend to keep their browser open, so that wouldn't be as much of a problem.
Security is always a concern, but if someone was hosting a service like that they would (or should) take precautions, like having the hot wallets sit on a separate machine away from the website.
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Well, just spent a couple of hours reading a post on GodLike that an anon posted in /pol/. "In Late September 2022 It All Collapses..."
https://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message5218322/pg1

I recommend it, as it is the best perspective I have seen on our geo-finance/political shitshow. We are in for a rough winter.

The OP for it has also posted some replies:
"Post 1 obviously first post page 1.
Post 2 is on page 11.
Post 3 was on page 16.
Post 4 was on page 17.
Post 5 was on page 18."
The OP isn't quite fond of crypto as he feels that it will get rolled up into CBDCs. He does seem them rising when the fed pivots. XMR will shine based on his fears.
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>>51600878
You could make a wallet add-on like that, I think I was overcomplicating things. Like I said, I hadn't slept. But yeah, making a wallet add-on to schedule transactions would be incredibly easy.

I was thinking more of a decentralized system where users could search for one another like on a torrenting site, almost like a decentralized social network with Monero support
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>>51571448
>Which mobile wallet is recommended? If any
>Trezor, excel in btc storage
>Luno, makes assets buying so comfy
>Sylo smart wallet, allows P2P transactions, Xtz staking and nft storage
>Atomic, very transparent and reliable

choose wisely
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>>51571448
monerujo.app for android
monero.com for ios.

EXPERIMENTAL:
mynero.net for android
stackwallet.com for android
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>>51606596
Saw some chatter on shitter, apparently some groups exist but they're just invite only at the moment
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>>51606731
Ive been spending my monthly swiss hooker allowance on monero.
My short dick has been unsucked for a loooong time...
Will not hire any more hookers until my rainy day funds and [unknown] moneros are done.
(It was xmrgen which helped me pick my last hooker a few months ago - I bought unknown moneros from then on)
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Guys, did shroom wallet stop being updated? I heard the guy who forked it left the project, but I could not confirm it directly from the source.
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>>51608862
shruum's dev got disappeared completely, and shruum no longer receives updates.

there is a new android wallet that picked up the torch from shruum, which is called MyNero. Check it out on mynero.net

Reminder: it is still experimental wallet software, so, use with low amounts for now.
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>>51608909
Yeah I saw that he no longer posted anywhere, but do not know what happened.

Anyway, thanks for the suggestion anon. Does it also have Tor by default?
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>>51608971
>but do not know what happened.
Nobody knows really. One day he simply disappeared.

>Does it also have Tor by default?
Not by default, but you can make MyNero wallet use Orbot for Tor routing and connecting to your own monero node's Tor address. Quite straightforward.
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Went to go more monero yesterday, I had a few in my wallet looking lonely, so decided to buy a few more. Turns out that sometime between last year and now the Australian government banned Monero.

What the fuck?
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>>51609023
try finding a local dealer on localmonero.co
or get btc/ltc and swap into XMR on orangefren.com or trocador.app

fuck the government.
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>>51598687
I want something like this but for art commissions any
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>>51608991
>you can make MyNero wallet use Orbot for Tor routing and connecting to your own monero node's Tor address.
I know that, just wanted to see if it was default like Shruum. Thanks for the help anyway, I hope that MyNero continues forward.
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>>51609848
>just wanted to see if it was default like Shruum.
It's not the default.
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>>51571123
Cbdcs is 2028+ watch wef they tell you
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>https://www.monerochan.art/
2nd cosplay shoot is finally complete! Big thanks to the anons that funded this.
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>>51610745
>>51610780
>>51610793
What's his name?
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>>51610745
>>51610780
>>51610793
first one was better also there are no Monero references aside from the panties. first girl took the effort to take photos at a library and a server farm at least
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>>51610745
>>51610780
>>51610793
>>51610848
Panties and shoes are a nice touch. Very good!
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>>51610745
>>51610780
>>51610793
BASED
>>51610850
I liked the first girl's effort like you said, but this model actually dyed her hair and showed more skin. So I would call it about even. I think we need more models so we can compare more.
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>>51610850

Fresh content is always good content.
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Thoughts on Beam? Ignore it being developed by Yids and having dev fees or whatever I want thoughts on the technological aspect of it.

https://medium.com/beam-mw/beam-the-best-in-privacy-59023593c06
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>>51611149
It uses MW, which can be broken with $60/week.
>https://scribe.bus-hit.me/dragonfly-research/breaking-mimblewimble-privacy-model-84bcd67bfe52
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>>51610745
>>51610780
>>51610793
>>51610848
>roastie in a crackhouse.
>3dpd.
Why do you guys have to ruin everything. Monerochan is pure and holy. Stop insulting my waifu with meatbag whores. This is blasphemy.
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>>51610745
>>51610780
>>51610793
>>51610848
How much xmr/silver for 2 hours.
>inb4 not for sale.
everyone has a price, simp.
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>>51570850
XMR delisted - it's over
>XMR delisted - it's over
XMR delisted - it's over
>XMR delisted - it's over
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>>51614187

Being enough of a threat to get delisted = dangerously based.
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>>51614187
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Would anyone be interested in a ‘precious metals’ trade option for localmonero?

I would love the opportunity to purchase gold or silver with my XMR. Anyone who has the funds to buy metal would make a tidy profit on localmonero. I bet they would even add a custom option for it is you asked.
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I spent 2 hours tweaking my mining box and got 2x power consumption drop with 10% hashrate drop.
>disable hyperthreading since not enough cache to use it
>undervolt shit
>disable ram oc
>unplug gpu
Pretty happy. Still unprofitable.
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>>51615112
I am planing to sell kilobars and 100oz bars of silver on localmonero 2023. If there will be a demand for kilobars of gold (I doubt) will sell those too. 5-15% premium (over retail, not over spot) for no KYC sounds reasonable. What do you guys think?
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>>51615315
The feds will crawl up your ass forever if you get caught. They recognize that PMs for crypto trading is enough to destroy fiat.
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>>51616333
i came
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>>51616333
wow
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>>51616871

Yes
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I’m a nocoiner but I kinda want to try mining XMR as a sort of side hobby and maybe some spare change, plus monero is the only crypto I respect because buying drugs online is based. Is it worth it? My electricity is pretty cheap.
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If I buy bitcoin from a regular exchange with KYC, with draw this to wasabi wallet. Mix the coins. Then send to cake to be converted to monero… will the feds and IRS stay off my back? Or would this all be traced?
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>>51619644
>Is it worth it?
Yes but it's hard to make substantial amounts of it through mining. As you said it would be more of a side hobby versus a significantly profitable venture even with cheap electricity. Although who knows what the price will ever do so it might retroactively have been somewhat lucrative.
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>>51593783
hmm, what a peculiar image...
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Based Optus hacker is demanding payment in monero
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>>51620451
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>>51593861
>drop your common sense and become retard
fixed
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>>51621089
Honestly it sounds like that was what he was saying all along. (Bold of me to assume it's even a real person, i know)
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So, is it true?
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I've already coomed to irl monero-chan 3 times.
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>>51622428
I wonder, how much to coom in her mouth?
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My plan is to have coomed to irl mornero chan more than anyone else. If I can get at least two a day, by this time next year I should be well ahead of everybody else.
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>>51615315
Let us know when and where, anon. Throw in some 90% junk silver and I'll be even more ecstatic.
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>>51615315
I think this is suprabased. Would buy precious metals directly with Monero.
The trinity of sound money — Gold, Silver and Monero.
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>>51619719
It can all be traced until you hit Monero. I wouldn't even bother to mix, it's just a waste of time.
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>>51619719
You can probably just do BTC -> XMR.
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>>51619719
The more moves you make off the monero chain, the more potential to be de-anonymized you create for yourself. Less steps are better. Just use changenow or another swap service on public wifi and have it deposit your monero to a subaddress.
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>>51623412
Will do, m8. Thanks for the junk silver idea.
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Currently having issues syncing to a remote node after a transaction. Does anyone have any advice?
Hadn't used my wallet in months and was in a rush. Was connected to a remote node (I though)
Buy some xmr.
Since then GUI won't sync wallet.
wat do?
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>>51624067
>hadn't used it in months and was in a rush
If you go months without syncing that wallet you're gonna need like 10 minutes at least to synchronize all the blocks it missed. Try making it a point to sync regularly.

Are you using the newest version of the wallet? There was a recent hard fork and anything before 18.0 no longer works.
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>>51624097
>There was a recent hard fork and anything before 18.0 no longer works.
This might be the issue, thanks
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>>51623771
If you're trying to hide the fact that you have ever owned any Monero, then a bunch of coin join crap could possibly accomplish this- but ultimately, I don't think you can really hide that, nor would you want to unless you were somewhere that owning it was illegal (China? Russia?). That fact would probably get exposed by Cake Wallet- either the appstore record of you downloading it, or watching your phone traffic to the cake wallet servers, or even possibly by cake wallet itself, which doubtless logs IPs on its server side for at least some time.

If you didn't trust Monero itself, then using Monero as a transitory "mixer" on its way to a fresh bitcoin wallet, with sideshift or fixedfloat or similar as an intermediary might give you what you want as well, but I don't really buy the premise there. I guess it would work if you wanted the price action of a different cryptocurrency besides Monero.
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>>51624391
Is it possible to get tainted bitcoin from those services when I exchange my monero?
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>>51624464
I'd be shocked if it were possible. These services are literally CEXs that operate as fully legal and licensed businesses, and they will reject tainted bitcoin on input normally- granted I doubt they are quite as consistent about it as coinbase, so I suppose it's possible, but I've never ever heard of it.
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>>51624464
>Is it possible to get tainted bitcoin from those services when I exchange my monero?

From non-KYC exchanges and atomic swaps, absolutely.
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Kek. Foud a jacket for trucking.
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>>51625056
https://overtheroadapparel.com/product-category/safety/
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Beginner here, how do I mine monero with xmrig?
Through unmineable pool I already set the bat file with the money and my wallet hash, but when I enter my xmr address to check it on unmineable it says current workers 0, even though my computer shows it's mining, can anyone give me hints, I'm tech illiterate mostly and just started getting into this stuff.
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>>51625230
>wallet hash
I've never used unmineable, but shouldn't you use your wallet address? Also, consider moving to P2Pool since you get the best of both worlds (like that song by miley cyrus)
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Look at this animefag retard right here >>51625325
How long are they going to keep ignoring us, XMR bros?
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>>51625391
>your wallet address
Isn't the walled account the same as the walled address, what am I doing wrong?
Should I use the hash on "receive" option on the wallet gui instead ?
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What would happen if the Monero devs get arrested? Do they know how to crack Monero‘s privacy?
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>>51625391
I solved the problem, thank you very much, I'm sorry for bothering the other posters with newbie questions.
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>All zelle xmr sellers now want ID.
Wtf, bros. What happened to my anti-KYC sellers?
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>>51625493
You're all good, anon. We've all been there.

>>51625501
This is a bullshit. It may be inconvenient, but consider moving to different payment options. You should never compromise for your privacy, which I made the mistake of doing many moons ago. It hasn't bit me in the ass yet, but I feel like it will. I just want to live in a world where I can have privacy and be left alone.
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>>51625563
>moving to different payment options
I will. I know zelle wasn't exactly the most privacy-based solution but at the very least I wasn't getting asked for a scanned ID, SSN, getting geocuck'd by NYC, etc. I'm moving to the $ -> mail -> xmr route from now on. Good luck out there, anon.
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>>51624818
Atomic swaps, of course it's a risk.
But it has nothing to do with KYC exchanges. Any CEX that checks for tainted coins will not give you tainted coins, and all the things being discussed are CEXs that check for tainted coins. If people were getting tainted coins from those places, that would be news all across the bitcoin internet.

>>51625461
Development would stop if the devs were arrested, but it's an open source project and it would be quite the operation to suddenly arrest a bunch of devs all around the world, none of whom have done anything wrong.

The security of the project has nothing to do with the devs. It is a vetted and open system, not one where a dev has some secret master key. You don't have to trust the devs over this matter, there's a reason why everything is open source and inspected.
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>>51625461
>>51626151
Glowies need xmr and tor more than we do.
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>>51620503
I wonder if these ransomware guys can actually cash out their winnings at a CEX. Couldn't you just say that you mined or just bought thousands of monero back in 2014 when nobody knew what it was?
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>>51627098

Cashing out $1 million at once on a CEX will raise eyebrows regardless of legitimacy.

They're better off just sitting and waiting for XMR to moon and then cashing out slowly through various DEXs.
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>>51627098
If I were them, I wouldn't use a CEX. It's basically free money, really. So I'd take whatever the best exchange rate is on sites like LocalMonero and send it. If you want to have a continuous operation, you would need to go full schizo and assume that everything is being tracked. As a result, I would do whatever I could to avoid being caught immediately and in the future (think as if Monero transactions somehow became track-able in the future and work from there).

Granted, I'm a diagnosed schizo so I may be missing the mark. But that's what I'd do, just to be certain that I wouldn't be in a situation where I'd have to worry about it.
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>>51627033
Checked.
>3dpd
Booo.
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>>51627218
I do agree with cashing out slowly. No matter who you are, you'll want to do it slowly and preferably through a DEX. Last time I did a cashout was via Kraken (BTC) -> Cashapp -> Bank account, but that went straight to my taxes since I'm a good noodle. If I were a lesser man, I'd have gone through a DEX and made damn sure it wasn't track-able by anyone on this goddamn planet now or in the future. I'd hate to lose sleep over the question of "will my door get kicked-in tonight" because I cashed out via a CEX, so I'd try and minimize the possibility of that happening as much as possible. I'd do whatever I could to make it require an Act of God to find me, even if that meant paying a 50% markup on a DEX for some obscure payment method.
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>>51627380
Very good that you payed your taxes. Nothings worse than a tax evader. I personally am not interested in being a criminal. But when governments do vile bullshit like freeze your bank accounts because your their political enemy I feel like it’s a good time to have monero stashed in a wallet. This is not a crime at all. Especially if your still being a good goy and still pay taxes when you use it as cash. You can buy gift cards with monero anonymously with cake, then use it at a local store. No tax crime committed. And the governments of the world would have to go FULL fucking fascist to police such an activity. Imagine being a Canadian truck driver or someone who was outside watching the Jan 6 Capitol Hill event take place and getting your bank frozen, but you still used monero to get around, paying every tax along the way AND THEN getting prosecuted for using fucking cash to move and get fuel. I’m pretty sure the government doesn’t have the balls to go that far. They couldn’t prosecute anyone whose bank got frozen for using the paper cash in their safe or pocket can they??
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>>51627981
>newfag.
>writes walls of text and bullshit essays.
>pays unnecessary taxes on unreadable money.
>thus putting himself on the radar as "the guy who has crypto".
>CEX/KYC-Cuck (ngmi).
>"nothing worse than a tax evader".

Really, nigger. Nothing worse?

>Uses the word "fascism" as if it's an inherently bad thing (malum in se).
>Asks dumb questions that have been answered by anons hundreds of times.
>Probably didn't even bother to read the fucking pasta.
>Bullshit milktoast conservatard talking points.
>Doesn't know who Carl Schmitt is.
>Will never read Schmitt after reading the first line on (((Wikipedia))) after (((gogling))).
>Doesn't post Monerochans.

Lurk more, newfag.
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https://i.4cdn.org/wsg/1664155112500323.webm

It's amazing that he still hates Monero.
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>>51630981

Heavy bags will do that.
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>>51630981
that interview was three hours of straight cope
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>>51630981
Retarded "dude weed lmao" stoner faggot. Virgin stoner vs Chad cigarette roller.
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>>51631690
I certainly find globohomo art plus coinbase, known to block privacy coins, to be super compelling for a privacy coin....
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>>51631690
How many (you)s do (((you))) need to fill your daily quota and leave?
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>>51631412
link to interview?
Also, happy Sunday
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Biggest black pill of Monero is that no one uses it to buy legitimate professional services from anyone else. Countless telegram groups, Reddit subs and threads, fb and craigslist ads, and I’m 101% certain of it. I personally provide professional logo design work and also do translation work with my friends (we all met on /jp/, /v/, /a/ to translate a variety of languages in doujins, games, etc), and it’s like no one cares. I’ve also seen people offer programming and engineering shit too, and they have no luck.

I’m convinced this crypto, along with all others, are just used for embarrassing or grey hat means. Please, if I’m wrong, tell me where I can offer my services in XMR because everything has been shit
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>>51632291
moneromarket.io
piconeroj.eu
or idk, make your own website.

buying embarrassing or illegal things is a pretty solid use case though, you don't need to own the world to be successful.
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>>51632291
monerica.com is in the OP pasta, you god damn fucking faggot. I refuse to believe this is a legitimate post. Bullshit appeal to emotion FUD. If nobody wants to buy your weeb shit from tranny boards, thats your fucking problem. Buy kneepads go to grinder and make yourself useful. Don't come here bitching.
>"muh embarrassing grey hat means."
fuck you.
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>>51610850
>first girl took the effort to take photos at a library and a server farm at least
Maybe some anon with more time and vram can make a higher res diffusion
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>>51632291
You can't just put "professional" in front of your bullshit hobby you do with your m8s and expect to get paid for it. We got AI now, nobody needs your dumb ass. Look at how beautiful if is this AI generated pic related.
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when’re we getting rich lads?
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um exodus bros check ur balance...
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>>51633744
um exodus bros swap wallets please
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>>51627033
You are all creeps.

Im glad monero holders have lost a shit ton of money with this coin
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>>51631925
https://youtu.be/P1PRKKlI-Jo
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>>51630981
He's right in your webm though
Monero's driving use-case, the strength behind it, is that you can buy illegal shit with it.
We talk about sound money but don't want to talk about the definition of sound money? That you can buy X for Y is what makes Y have the value of X. Saving your money in Monero is fine, but a large part of its value comes from dark markets.
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>>51634391
Are you thinking of bitcoin?
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>>51635258

Black markets and organized crime are historically recession-proof.
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>>51634391
Lol? She was paid to do this?
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Top kek.
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>>51632291
You again? Multiple people told you multiple times, in multiple threads, that your services are mundane and the market is filled with them (often even cheaper).
Change your offer and stand out, or die in irrelevancy.

This is not a crypto problem, it is yours. Get that through your thick head. Always crying without changing, the world doesn't owe you anything.
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Do Monero devs know how to trace transactions? Or are they really anonymous to everyone including devs?
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>>51637205
A strange flex for someone who lives in a country where you cannot say "War" in reference to the ongoing war your country is embroiled in.
>we may not have money, freedom or even safety from violence at the hands of our own government
>but FUCK ME if we don't have SHITLOADS of natural gas

Also I wish I could pay my gas/electric bills directly in monero and not have to generate a taxable event selling it back to fiat.
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>>51638574
Moneros transactions cannot be traced with a reliable, actionable degree of certainty by anyone anywhere using any method so far devised.
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>>51638574
>Do Monero devs know how to trace transactions?
No
>Or are they really anonymous to everyone including devs?
That's the entire point.
No backdoors, privacy for everybody.
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>>51632291
My last three vacations were booked entirely with Monero using travala and coincards.
I also rented a car on one of these trips (forget the website) and I just had to swap Monero for Bitcoin. So even if Monero itself isnt accepted, it is trivial to swap Monero.
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>>51638642
Fucking based
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>>51638607
That's a concept that I never understood. Why would anybody want to backdoor a secure system like that? All you're doing is giving yourself more work by putting yourself in a position of responsibility. Instead of being able to shrug and tell the cops "I don't keep logs", now you have to go in, parse a bunch of info, and betray the community that's keeping you afloat.
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If I want to buy xmr euronymously is it a bad idea to pay on localmonero with revolut or any other bank transfer actually? There will always be a record in the bank account that I sent money to that person
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>>51640862
>Why would anybody want to backdoor a secure system like that?
Because they could sell usage of this feature to certain parties.
See zcash and their tweet "we can totally can make this totally private but also being able to track bad guys"
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>>51640915
There's no need to go full schizo if you're just doing normal stuff, but the other guy might be shady and you may not want to be associated with him. Personally, I'd avoid it just so I don't have to deal with the headache if the guy was funding terrorists or something
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>>51640966

Do you understand what "open source code" means?
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>>51641754
That man has a pretty big bulge uwu
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>>51641754
Do you understand what "trusted" set up mean?
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How will Monero chuds cope with being outgunned by a superior competitor?

Give my regards to Flabbypony.
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>>51643147
Hey, fucker, that sketch isn't gender neutral! How is my wife's child (he/him Monday-Thursday, she/her Friday-Sunday) supposed to cope with a world that doesn't care about his/her feelings? I hope you get fucking cancer
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How do I better my rig to mine monero?
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>>51627366
Based and throbing dick pilled
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>>51644231
Install Linux with no GUI, max out your CPU and RAM, make sure your BIOS enables RAM OC, keep your monero daemon + p2pool daemon on a separate box on your LAN to free up more CPU cycles for mining.
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>>51644231
Your mining software should have information on min-maxing somewhere online. Also see >>51644871
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>>51628785
everyone here pays their taxes newfag
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>>51644871
Thanks.
>>51644907
>Your mining software should have information on min-maxing somewhere online
Indeed it does, thanks. The electricity bill would be the most expensive it seems.
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>>51643762

Yes. Zcash still wins.
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>>51649191
>Zcash still wins.

You must be tired from all that winning.
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>>51647370
would pay taxes on crypto if i could, unfortunately do not hold and have never held any cryptocurrency
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>>51649865

The view from the moon is worth it.
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>>51650184
>The view from the moon is worth it.

Oh, are you visiting us from a parallel universe?
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>>51628785
>claims to love privacy
>makes a post linked to his IP on a monitored forum stating he doesn't pay taxes
you don't actually have to pay them, but you could at least say for OPSEC's sake that you do
i know i do - pay them that is ;)
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>>51644231
>>51570981
Mining- https://pst.klgrth.io/paste/c7na4

This is a place to start, lines 18-39 and 64-80

Linux is a hard requirement if you want to squeeze the most performance you can out of your rig. Brownie points for tty only linux.

Also memory, you want really fast memory and you want to tweak the bios to actually get all of the speed you can out of it. Name of the game is faster memory, lower power consumption, greater availability (init scripts/power on upon power loss/etc)
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>>51650413

Yeah, one without pedocoiners.
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That's a shame.
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>>51643147
>>51649191
God even the graphics you shills make are fucking cringe. I feel like this has to be someone in this thread fucking with us.
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>>51651688

Its called "not marketing to criminals."
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>>51652004
>Twitter filename
>globohomo content
I'll take the criminals over the faggots, thanks.
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>>51652026

Have fun staying irrelevant then.
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>>51652393
>Have fun staying irrelevant then.

Fuck off and kill yourself already.
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