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What is Kovri and which other cryptocurrencies are implementing this feature?
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Kovri is a C++ implementation of I2P which is Java based. Kovri is no more than an I2P router. If another coin has wanted to use I2P they could have just bundled it into their node. To my knowledge, ...

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Would it be possible to use PoS on Monero without corrupting privacy and if possible how?
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It is possible to generate a proof of balance (reserve proof), which states you own at least the claimed amount. See rpc doc about it. So theoretically, it is possible.

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Kovri network analysis - Monero vs non Monero usage
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The kovri traffic is hidden by i2p protocol. This protocol hide the final destination to each node in the path to this destination. So there is technically no way to tell if the traffic is monero ...

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What is the transaction fee?
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The fees are calculated based on the transaction size in kB, not the transaction amount. The transaction size depends mainly on the number of inputs you are spending, and the number of outputs you are ...

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What is the importance of 'save' command in monerod?
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The blockchain is indeed automatically saved. This command ask to the underlying OS to write any cache to the disk immediately, when the OS has the ability to store data in cache before writing. It's ...

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Formula to calculate mining earnings (PPLNS/PPS)
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Calculate earnings specifically for PPS or for PPLNS is pointless as the divergence is based on how often the pool find a block. If you are trying to find an average, then both payment methods equals. ...

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Hosting a Remote Node
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You just need to run a publicly avaiable server (either with a public address, or with a NAT on a router/firewall) with a monerod running on it, that expose ports 18080 & 18081 over the Internet. ...

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CryptoNight can mine monero?
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The current algorithm is CryptoNightV1 [edit: now Cryptonight v4 as of may 2019], and will change in the future. If you want to mine with ASIC or FPGA, you're looking at the wrong cryptocurrency. ...

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Newbie questions about XMRig
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Yes, you have to place your xmr address in the config, along with the pool address you chose. Not necessarily, you could just keep the same address and pool, but other settings depends on your mining ...

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Trojans and generic suspicious malware blocked by MalwareByte while downloading blockchain
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Those ports have nothing to do with monerod. It is likely that your computer is infected with some kind of malware. You should avoid using a spend wallet on this computer, keep it as a read-only/audit ...

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Where can I find the step by step new user's install guide to windows 10 gui?
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You should read the monero gui guide from erciccione here. It does contain anything you should know from setting up the gui wallet to transactions.

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Installing XMR-stak CPU only on Ubuntu 18.04
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You can find instructions on xmr-stak repository itself. You should basically download the ubuntu/debian release, extract the file, and launch the miner through cli. It does auto configuration on the ...

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How to generate integrated addresses without a node?
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You do not need a node to generate an integrated address. You only need the monero-wallet-rpc and call the appropriate method. Edit: but you should also look at the subaddresses which are designed ...

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Monero wallet balance
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This look like you have a balance on subaddresses but not on main address. While the GUI aggregates all accounts addresses in a single balance, the CLI does not. You could do a show_balance all on ...

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Which wallets or services currently support OpenAlias?
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Official CLI and GUI IIRC, and latest monerujo 1.7.3 beta.

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Transfering from multiple accounts?
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To my understanding, if not specified, account_index will default to 0, while subaddr_indices will allow the wallet to use outputs from specified sub-address indexes as inputs. If you specify multiple ...

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Dual (merged) mining (no additional hashpower) by guessing?
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Tari university has a great explanation about what merge mining is here. I strongly recommend you to read it.

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How to put username and password to connect to remote node in the Monero v0.12.3?
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You need to press the advanced arrow button (if I recall correctly) below the node address field to display those fields in the settings page.

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Cannot get version 2 transactions to work on private testnet
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As dEBRUYNE told me once on reddit: Testnet has different forks (and fork heights), which can be found here: https://github.com/monero-project/monero/blob/master/src/cryptonote_core/blockchain....

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Privacy implications resulting from lack of xmr.to multiple output function
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Your analysis is correct, however knowing that the transaction is one of the five transactions (in average) of a block will not help to identify your address as it will be one of the 5*7=35 addresses ...

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When is it safe to confirm the transaction?
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It is very unlikely that a 3 or 5 block depth should be reverted. That would mean there was a chain split, and should be the result of an attack. But after all, it's up to you to define how long you ...

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Can I disclose transaction id of a transaction to the customer?
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This is absolutely safe, and the simplest way to let him know payment has been sent. Using a block explorer tx id will let the customer check in which block it has been included.

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Suspicious connections - Having issues with the GUI under Debian by connection to a public remote node - PC hangs
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node.moneroworld.com (in your case, the eu regional) connect to random nodes registered by gentle users on monerowold.com. Looking at your capture, it seems the node you are forwarded to is based in ...

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Is it okay to host a node that connects on the clearnet?
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This is related to your local juridiction. In most countries, running an application, as long as it does not break any existing laws, is totally legal. If something change in the future, it might ...

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How can I check if a transaction is mined into the blockchain?
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You can paste the txid in a block explorer, or just look at the history in the gui to see if it has started confirming. In cli I think show_transfer <txid> should do. No matter the amount, if ...

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Monerd error on rpc-bind to make a public node
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You have to do what it's told and add --confirm-external-bind

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When will Kovri be launched (approximately)?
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Alpha version should be presented at DefCon, so 9 - 12 August. Edit: alpha release on August the 1st Workshop at defcon on August the 11th. Source: github issue

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Monero GUI isn't synchronizing
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Your daemon may have crash or been out of sync. Considering the two month you mention, you should download the last 0.12.2 GUI from the website which solves a bunch of problems with the daemon.

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Altcoins to Monero payment buttons for website?
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You could consider using globee and changing afterwards to monero through ShapeShift (you could automate this i think). Changely has a bad reputation, maybe related to big ASIC miners, and it must be ...

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V Fork happened yet?
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You may have 1 XMR and 10 XMV but freewallet is a scam, you may just have nothing. Also to claim your 10 XMV airdrop, you must enter your private keys in XMV wallet, which could be a scam to get your ...

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