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The official command line wallet available for Monero on Linux, Windows, ARM, and MacOS.

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How much time does it take to transfer monero?

how long does a typical transfer take to be recognized as part of the total balance of the receiving wallet? It varies, but in general it will take less than 5 minutes. Once the receiving wallet …
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Is there any remote node list to connect simplewallet?

There are more open nodes listed here: https://moneroworld.com/#nodes
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How do I start using Monero with the command line tools?

If you need to use the Monero command line tools, how do I get started with Monero?
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What does "transaction failed" mean in simplewallet?

When I opened my account in simplewallet, it said that my transaction failed even though I saw them in a transaction pool on a block explorer. What does the message mean in simplewallet?
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What does "transaction failed" mean in simplewallet?

Failed means two things happened: the wallet sent a tx, which was accepted by the daemon. sometime later, the wallet doesn't find it in the pool nor the blockchain. There are fixes for this in newer v …
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Setup remote-connectable node?

you'll want to restrict the RPC, otherwise other people that get access to your node can shut it down. ./monerod --rpc-bind-ip <external.ip.of.node> --restricted-rpc --confirm-external-bind Binding …
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How do I use a computer with a wallet to access a headless node at my home?

Yep! That can totally work. We'll call your headless node the Monerodo for simplicities sake (Monerodo = Monero Node). On the Monerodo you want to launch monero with the following flag: monerod --rp …
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