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The process of recovering a wallet from cold storage using its mnemonic seed or private key
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To cover, veil, wrap (Esperanto). A secure, private, untraceable C++ implementation of the I2P anonymous network.
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Monero fork, either intentionally planned (like Aeon when launched) or created when more than one Monero chain continues to be mined following a hard fork.
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Comparison between two of more cryptocurrencies, one of which usually being Monero
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questions questions about mining rigs, plus mining equipment production and venders
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Monero fork with a modified PoW, Mobile-friendly PoW, low memory footprint and optional pruning branch
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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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an address combined with a 64-bit payment ID which will be encrypted on the blockchain. A raw integrated address is 106 characters long.
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Questions about Monero source code and the process of building from source
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Stealth addresses allow and require the sender to create random one-time addresses for every transaction on behalf of the recipient. The recipient can publish just one address, yet have all incoming p…
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Discussion of centralized and decentralized exchanges with Monero trading pairs. Also includes any exchange of Monero for goods or services outside outside of an exchange designed for that purpose.
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Reference to the Microsoft Windows based OS
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test new features before they are introduced to the mainnet where Monero holds real value and mistakes are more costly.
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Questions pertaining to the global network of Monero nodes
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log file containing a list of error messages
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One of the two pairs of private and public cryptographic keys that each account has, with the private spend key used to spend any funds in the account.
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Tool providing details about Monero blocks, and transactions
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a mining process aiming at producing a piece of data which is difficult (costly, time-consuming) to produce but easy for others to verify. In the case of mining Monero, the CryptoNigh…
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Questions about the Ledger hardware Wallet (hw.1, nano, nano s or nano blue)
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An open-source low-latency P2P overlay network that uses garlic routing to provide location anonymity.
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Researchers, scientists, and academics that are primarily focused on Monero research
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Questions about accessing a Monero full node or Monero service from a remote location
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With multi-signature transactions you can require than multiple parties sign a transaction. In order to be able to spend the funds approval is required from a chosen number of those parties.
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Reward paid to the miner of each block by the way of a coinbase transaction plus all transaction fees attached to any transactions included in that block. Questions specific to coinbase transactions …
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questions about setting up a mining pool
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specific to the Ubuntu operating system
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all transaction data (not yet confirmed) in a block that has been identified by Monero nodes
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Questions about Monero wallets that do use a full node and therefore must connect to and rely on a full node provided by someone else and/or located at another location
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questions about building from source
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Questions about key images including how they are computed and how they are used to prevent the double spending of Monero
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characteristic of a system, model or function that describes its capability to cope and perform under an increased or expanding workload
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Monero uses dynamic block size limit that is automatically adjusted based on usage data from historical blocks within the lookback window.
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GUI based OS for Macintosh computers
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Questions about the details and implementation of various algorithms involved in Monero.