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Devices connected to the Monero network. Nodes that enforce all network rules are classified as full-nodes

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How to Generate monero wallet on server-side(node.js) or locally?

Already looking around for a few days, but can't find solution. Found this awesome repo: https://github.com/moneromooo-monero/monero-wallet-generator/blob/master/monero-wallet-generator.html. But it'...
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What is the actual difference of the data being sent to between a trusted and untrusted daemon? [duplicate]

I know when connecting a local node the daemon is trusted, and for a remote node it should be untrusted. While it's obvious that some commands are restricted on an untrusted daemon (such as ...
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Suspicious connections - Having issues with the GUI under Debian by connection to a public remote node - PC hangs

Having a Windows client with local node - works perfect. When trying to connect with the Debian client to a remote node (eu.node.moneroworld.com at port 18089) the pc hangs immediately and cinnamon ...
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Can't connect to my full node outside my local network

I've been having trouble connecting to my monero remote note from outside my local network. This is the command I've been using to launch the deamon monerod.exe --data-dir E:/bitmonero --rpc-bind-...
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monero-wallet-cli Remote Mining Intermittently works

I am mining Monero using Remote Nodes. To mine, I use the following command: sudo ./monero-wallet-cli --daemon-address eu.node.moneroworld.com:18089 --trusted-daemon The nodes are from moneroworld....
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Monero Fork Seed Nodes

There is no Monero Forking guide so started by using the original CryptoNote documentation (https://cryptonotestarter.org/inner.html). This refers to the following reference for registering Seed Nodes ...
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monero-wallet-cli mining hash rate

I am mining from a Remote Node using monero-wallet-cli and using the start_mining command. How do I find out the hash rate? How do I maximise the mining to use as much of the CPU as possible?
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How to tell if start_mining is mining

When I type start_mining, there is no visible indication that anything is happening. Can anyone help with with advice on how to see a visual indication that something is happening? Note, balance says ...
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MoneroWorld Remote Nodes Not Working

I am mining Monero using Remote Nodes. To mine, I use the following command: sudo ./monero-wallet-cli --daemon-address eu.node.moneroworld.com:18089 --trusted-daemon The nodes are from moneroworld....
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Backup and Disaster Recovery for Monero Fork

For a clone of Monero in a production environment, what files/directories to be backed up and and what intervals?
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Migrating Monero Fork from Test to Production

When migrating from Test to Production of a Monero Fork, what needs to be considered? For example, launching the Seed Nodes in "--restricted-rpc" mode.
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Mitigating Risks of Forking Monero

When Forking Monero on GitHub, the code base becomes a public repository. The benefit of Forking as opposed to cloning into a private repository is that the link to the original code base is ...
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Can't sync to remote nodes or local node

I am using the GUI v.12 and have used it before successfully. However now for some reason I am unable to start my own local node as I receive this message: "Please check your wallet and daemon log ...
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How to nodes discover other nodes?

How do nodes/wallets know what is the IP of the "nearby" node running monerod. How do they discover other nodes?
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Does the ARM v6 have enough power to be a Monero node?

I have compiled Helium Hydra, Point Release 1 on a Raspberry Pi first model powered by ARM v6. It took about 10 hours to compile all, but now it's fully working and I'm able to use it like a Monero ...
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What is the purpose of running a Monero node?

Why should I keep a Monero node running? Will I be making profit from network fees from transfers?
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Running Monero Remote node

Im having some difficulty getting a remote node setup, as far as i understand all you need is a fully synced node. and then you add some start up flags to get the remote node running currently im ...
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Can you make a send transaction with a monero remote node setup?

Setting up a remote node requires access to a full node that has the entire blockchain downloaded right? So does this mean my remote node can do everything as if it had the full blockchain downloaded?...
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I set up a remote node for moneroworld.com 3 days ago but I'm not seeing it in the DNS

I followed the instructions here https://moneroworld.com/#contribute and set up a remote node and tested tested my ports and it looks like it's working but when I check the dns for node.moneroworld....
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Can a full Monero node be restricted to run only at specific times?

I have an ISP that provides 5000GB of data to use between 1am and 7am. Is there any way to run the full node, but run it only during that time period? I don't have any data to spare during the day, ...
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What are the 'Login (optional)' fields for in the GUI settings?

There are 'Username' and 'Password' fields in the GUI settings. What are they for?
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Number of confirmations and node location

How many number of confirmations before a Monero can be spent? Also, if there are two or more users opening the same wallet connected to a different node would a user connected to a faster node has an ...
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What is a remote node?

There has been a lot of reference to how one can use a remote Monero node for transactions. So what actually is a remote node?
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Is there any benefit to the network by running multiple full nodes from one location?

I have a bunch of spare computers lying around at home and have currently got each of them running a full node. Does this benefit the network more than running a full node on one computer only?
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Using servers to run nodes and mine [closed]

I have a few spare servers and I would really like to use them as nodes and mines to help support monero. Is this a) useful and b) worthwhile? Best, H
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Lost monero money after switching wallets

I am a monero noob, please help. I could not send funds from my MyMonero wallet, so as everyone suggested I imported the keys in the Monero GUI wallet. Problem is, it shows a 0 balance. When I tried ...
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Should one disable the Windows firewall for the Monero Wallet GUI?

I have read a report on Reddit for this YouTube video that some users apparently need to disable their Windows firewall in order to be able to use the Monero Wallet GUI. Is that really needed? I'm ...
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Can I change limit_up speed?

Default is 2047 kB/s. If I am able to increase this, would it be advantageous for the network? If I were to increase it, what would be a good number?
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Why isn't communication between wallet and daemon encrypted?

Best I've heard is that it is to encourage local nodes as using a remote node sacrifices some degree of privacy and may provide a false sense of security - is there anything more? Are there any ...
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Drawbacks of running a RPC-enabled node

Besides increased resource requirements, why would someone not want to run a RPC node?
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How can you minimize risks to your privacy when using a remote node?

If a user sends Monero through a remote node, then the remote node operator would know the originating IP of that transaction. What are the steps that a user is able to take to reduce this potential ...
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Is there any remote node list to connect simplewallet?

Someone previously asked how to connect simplewallet to a remote node here: How do I connect monero-wallet-cli to a remote node? However, is there any list of remote nodes available and their ...
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Peers often report unknown top blocks. How can I find more reliable peers?

The daemon regularly reports top blocks that are years in the past. For example (IP addresses are anonymized): 2016-Oct-23 06:13:27.789171 [P2P2][123.45.67.89:18080 OUT] SYNCHRONIZED OK 2016-Oct-23 ...
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Is there a public remote testnet node?

Similar to this public remote mainnet node? https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/4jloss/nodemonerohashcom_public_remote_node_for_your/
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What are the reasons for running a full node on a VPS? How can I do this?

I've seen some people say they run full nodes on a VPS. What are the reasons for doing this and how might I do it too?
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Do checkpoints make initial blockchain sync faster?

Do the checkpoint hashes in checkpoints.cpp make the syncing go faster? Why or why not?
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What benefits are there of using an ARM device like Raspberry Pi? [closed]

I've seen ARM listed as one of the options on the Monero website. What benefits are there of using Monero with an ARM device like Raspberry Pi instead of a traditional computer? Are there any energy ...
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What does this p2p info mean from the daemon log? [closed]

2016-Jul-30 22:32:06.864931 [P2P0][x.x.x.x:18080 OUT]NOTIFY_NEW_BLOCK (hop 3) 2016-Jul-30 22:32:06.865073 [P2P5][x.x.x.x:18080 OUT]NOTIFY_NEW_BLOCK (hop 4) 2016-Jul-30 22:32:06.865221 [P2P1][x.x.x.x:...
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How do I figure out what nodes I'm connected to and who is sending what to who?

When I type print_cn into the daemon, I see a lot of OUT and IN entries. Does OUT mean that I am sending information OUT to that peer, or is that peer sending information to me? Or is it a two-way ...