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With your account's standard public address and private view key handy: Start simplewallet from the command line with ./simplewallet --generate-from-view-key <wallet name> (Linux/OSX) or simplewallet --generate-from-view-key <wallet name> (Windows) where <wallet name> is the name of your new "watch-only" wallet. simplewallet will prompt ...


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There is none so far. You'd need to give it also your private view key, and it would have to spend some CPU resources to keep scanning. I assume that's one of the reasons nobody created such service.


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To adjust the watch only wallet balance for spent outputs in v10.0.0: Start monero-wallet-cli and open normal wallet with write access, then run in it: export_key_images file-name-for-key-images Exit monero-wallet-cli, start it again and open watch only wallet, then run in it: import_key_images file-name-for-key-images You are done. You will get the correct ...


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You can run multiple monero-wallet-rpc processes on the same machine (or different ones), and connect them to a single node (which can be either on the same machine again, or a different one). You don't have to do anything special for this, though it's best if the monero-wallet-rpc processes don't run off the same wallet file, or they'll overwrite each other'...


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As per Jolly Mort's comment, this is currently not possible.


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This SE post asks questions about cold transaction signing that may or may not lead you to your answer. That post links to another SE post, which describes the process of cold transaction signing. It appears you may already know much/all of the information from those two posts, so maybe you're just using not the most recent version of monerod. Did you ...


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Recently there was a post on Reddit asking almost the same question which generated quite some additional discussion (although without much positive outlook). Here's a comment by me giving an answer to the original question: I asked moneromooo about this on IRC, and he said that what's mentioned by u/fluffyponyza in the presentation probably refers to an ...


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One daemon instance is enough. It can service multiple wallets simultaneously. The data stored by the daemon in the .mdb is all public knowledge (the blockchain), anyway. Wallet-specific data is stored in the cache file. See here for more details. So really, you can keep the daemon running and have few instances of the wallet running and talking to the same ...


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The right way is to use view-only wallet and some soft for scan and notificate youby email or sms.


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It's currently not possible. There is no function to do so in the current software. I did a test where I replaced the .keys file of the view-wallet with the .keys file of its full-wallet counterpart but that resulted in an error, as expected.


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