FreeWallet is a third party, closed source wallet associated with Bytecoin and Minergate where you are not in control of your private keys. Therefore the only way to be able to recover your XMR/account is to keep asking them. However it looks like that they are not replying to you.
The best way to address this is go to the App and submit a review so other ...
The lightwallet by jwinterm is probably most similar thing to an SPV wallet so far https://getmonero.org/getting-started/choose
shen-noether is working on a mobile wallet that will connect to a remote node
Using an SPV wallet can have privacy concerns because the node that you use to relay your transactions needs ...
What is the plan for a GUI wallet on all platforms including mobile?
The "official" GUI is funded and in active development and getting closer to completion. Open issues can be tracked on GitHub
There are some existing mobile wallet options (in beta) with more on the way
While it is true that relaying transactions to a node other than your own compromises (some) privacy, there are ways to create a mobile wallet that will address this concern. Basically, the wallet would only store the parts of the blockchain that are relevant to the outputs you own, plus some more to mix with when you create new transactions. There will ...
I think initially you will not have a choice of node, but that's more of a question you should ask directly to jaxx. As the wallet is not out yet, we cannot look at it and tell you. Only Jaxx can tell you for sure at this point.
Being able to select your node would be a very important option on their wallet for us so I suggest we campaign for that.
According to the MoneroBit author, Athan Clark the primary differences between MoneyBit and the official QT wallet are:
the core dev's GUI will always be more secure than mine.
mine is portable to mobile and alternative platforms fairly easily, and feel more modern than something like electrum. It's also capable of being used as a personal web wallet ...
I took a look at the Domain registration WHOIS details for xmr-wallet.org and it doesn't look good, im afraid.
The domain was only registered on 31/10/17 and the DNS servers are hosted in Russia - NS1.FIRSTVDS.RU
Here's the info..
Name: Stefan Dorner
Mailing Address: Pfarrgasse,, Rattenberg Rattenberg 6240 AT
This addresses part of your question:
The lightwallet by jwinterm is probably most similar thing to an SPV
wallet so far https://getmonero.org/getting-started/choose
shen-noether is working on a mobile wallet that will connect to a
remote node https://hellomonero.com/tags/shen-noether
Jaxx and Exodus wallets are also in development
I'm sorry to say but it's likely you've been a victim of a scam phishing site. Nothing anyone can do about it other than warn other users.
Quoting Monero contributor serhack:
It seems xmr-wallet[.]org still create for differents accounts the same monero address (it seems an integrated address): ...
I assume you mean "light" to mean that the wallet does not keep a copy of the blockchain. Well, if you have a node to point the wallet at, whether it be a trusted external node or whether it be your little Raspberry Pi for example, then you can configure monero-wallet-cli to act as a light client. Actually, very little configuration is needed at all. See ...
I experienced the same thing with the website wallet-monero.org. It generated the same personal address to receive MONERO: 4Hm3YrYNgczRAP7jbGCZ7vA8XwbBR8DWMU7Bm9FKZqjxQXPPcwMP1kDbK3mtBSdt2c6TmLCPiMSXa39uBiEBwkg4FWbPkvPfKaZMgVDM7C.
I made a transfer of minergate to my wallet on this site but until now my wallet is empty.
If you want to check your balance with an offline wallet that becomes a little difficult. You can take the view only key and generate a watchonly wallet. Optionally, if you have the transaction id, you can check whether funds a user sent in a transaction enter the blockchain using various block explorers. With shapeshift, immediately after the coins are ...
The source for the Monero tools is on http://github.com/monero-project/monero.
Compiling's done with "make". See the README.md file for the necessary dependencies, and detailed build steps for various platforms.
Note that the GUI is on http://github.com/monero-project/monero-core.
Whenever this happens it is probably an issue on Poloniex' end. That is, your deposit has arrived, but isn't credited properly. If you want to check whether the deposit has actually arrived, but is simply not credited yet, you can use the following steps:
In the GUI, go to the history page and click on details of the transaction that was sent to Poloniex. | ...
Apologies for the delay! We're having an increased number of incoming support requests due to the recent network events, and while our team is adjusting by working extra hours, there could be some delays with replies.
How did you create your account with Freewallet? If you used a phone number, Google+ or Facebook account, you didn't set a password, so ...
First note your viewkey and address.
Then go to your monero directory and type:
./simplewallet --generate-from-view-key yourAddress:yourViewKey:nameOfTheViewOnlyWallet
where yourViewKey is the view key (obviously) and yourAddress the associated address. The last part of the command is the name you want to give to your view only wallet.
Then follow the ...