Quote from: supertee on August 08, 2017, 06:37:21 PM Yesterday, Verge Dev proofed on Twitter that Monero user-IPs can be found in the network.So you should ask them what is the point to offer a transparent block chain with a honeypot.FP specifically has put forward the idea of attacking scaling at all levels and it seems to me that this is a potentially very practical and powerful scaling vector.There are some smart people holding decent amounts of Monero so im sure they are interested to see this.This sort of petty partisanship is why I think Monero is not a professional outfit and why I do not think they can succeed in a large-scale way.
And another highly shocking blog which is coming (which will explain that proof-of-stake, proof-of-work, and existing DAGs are all fucked) and a project which is coming is going slaughter all of them emphatically.So thus you guys go mix the hell out of 23 Easter eggs (perhaps you mixed them 1000 UTXO or more) and then claim that as refutation of anything, just goes to show what devious liars you are.No doubt about ZCash - sketchy backers, Zookos anti-privacy stance in tweets (fkin bizarre for a privacy crypto developer), state Intel development, toxic waste problem and Alphabay takedown five days after they start using it.
Monero is fungible and it is ideal for all exchanges because they cant check from where founds come to the wallet that had deposit on their exchange so no worries at all.I think not for monero. monero still has a long way to go as altcoin, and I think it can still grow and still have good potential.Quote from: goin2mars. on August 02, 2017, 04:22:34 PM Yes, montero is going down.So since im not a coder I need to outsource these technical problems into others.Correct, privacy and ease-of-use are THE most important features going forward imo.To the extent that the Constitution is algorithmically objective then no forks are created.A project that is closed source cannot be audited and you need to trust the developers, a project that is open source can be audited and many talented programmers can tell if there is a bug or a backdoor in the code, being open source is key for any project, especially one like monero.
There will always be need for Anonymous coins and the demand is still huge, you can see after the Aphamarket was taken down the darknet was renergize because some people are now looking to take Alphanet market share.Just found this on Reddit, someone made a bit longer Beginners guide to Monero.
Quote from: CraigWrightBTC on August 05, 2017, 04:37:57 AM Quote from: goin2mars. on August 02, 2017, 04:22:34 PM Yes, montero is going down.Should drop to 0.005 BTC eventually (may have one more spike up first).Unlike Monerotards, I know I can not be the best at everything.This report states over 87% of all transactions were able to be traced back to the real output and their study extends to RingCT.This person has publicly called every significant move correctly, including.Bad thing is that when you create something then you will always surfer from something diffrent. iamnotback - I wanted his solutions to this problem if will work.PS: I now expect totally new argument from you LOL, maybe something about bot mining or no development found or big transaction size.
With BTC and all other coins they will always need to check million transactions if that BTC was maybe on MtGox one day or deposited by Putin to Trump.Quote from: longestday3030 on January 15, 2018, 02:23:30 PM I personally know of some folks building large mining farms just to mine Monero.Law enforcement agencies have their own team of brilliant people and they were able to trace people involved with malicious activities even if they use BTC.What we really need is a legal way to finance many development groups.
Quote from: thejaytiesto on August 02, 2017, 02:49:54 PM Is Monero, Dash and all anon coins fucked.Nordman: SideShowBob, mine haven't come yet should be late this month. Try a fresh private session and clear cache if needed with this link https://poloniex.com.Frankly though, I do not think any purely anonymity coin will survive long-term.The current USA law criminalizes (up to a 20 year felony) accepting money that has a known criminal origin, but apparently if you have no reasonable idea of it being criminal in origin, then the law does not currently criminalize it.Quote from: Come-from-Beyond on August 17, 2017, 07:39:47 AM Quote from: thejaytiesto on August 02, 2017, 02:49:54 PM Is Monero, Dash and all anon coins fucked.
Monero has staying power, and even the author states it will likely be medium-term before Monero runs into issues.So far, it proved to be really hard tracing Monero transactions with their respective identities.This in theory results in a spiral that collapses the price of BTC and drives the price of BCH up.Zcash has been releasing some awesome stuff and came up with serious cryptographic innovations that the other projects have not even come close to create something similar or even competitive.It may be cheap in terms of future gains but still not easy to buy at its current price for beginners who have a small budget.Additionally, anyone who thinks onion routing is reliable anonymity apparently has not studied the threat vectors.
I say that as an expert and as the author of the blog linked to from the OP of this thread.Quote from: feelideb on October 26, 2017, 07:36:50 AM So you think simply because somebody wrote an article about new anon coin and the fact that such article was ban shows that the said anon is replacing monero.Bitcoin allows for transaction transparency, so does Ethereum, Litecoin and many others.