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Monero Video News (I expect a couple of likes from you to make Youtube algorithms offer our videos to a wide range of people):
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We are the biggest local Monero community from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus etc.
You can support our enthusiasm in spreading information about Monero among the CIS countries!
Or you can use OpenAlias:
Here you can find the viewkey from our wallet, and see how donations are spent.
P.S. I would like to remind you that we are a non-profit community and we do not advertise on our forum, Telegram Chat/News Channel, etc.
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If so, why?
Also if so, how come this can’t be between a lot more than 10 or everybody?
If this is the current anonymity set still then will this change anytime soon?
Edit: I may have found the answer to my question back from the same post from January 2019. Has anything changed from January 2019?
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Given the success of the previous MAAMs (see here), let's keep this rolling.
The principle is simple: ask anything you'd like to know about Monero, especially the dumb questions that you've been keeping for you every other days, may the community clarify it all!
Finally, credits to binaryFate for starting the concept!
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So I am using a rasberry pi 3 b+ to run a monero cli full node. I was having trouble getting my external drive to play nice with non sudo users, the only way i could rw was with sudo so I am running monerod as sudo to point --data-dir at my external mount. Is this considered unsafe? I have a firewall on the pi, this is a local networked node, and i am not port forwarding with my router.
Second question, are there any hardening guides / best practices for monero nodes? (feel free to suggest non-monero specific hardening if appropriate)
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I’m assuming Monero will never integrate a trusted SNARK. Perhaps a good enough MPC trusted SNARK?
But if not then what would it be, STARKS or some other zero-knowledge proof?
I’m obviously not a cryptographer so please understand I’m aware I sound inexperienced and may be making little sense
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We have a new build script for the Linux GUI using cmake + docker. This is the first time we are using it so I thought I would ask on Reddit for testers before we use it for a release.
Here are the advantages we have with the new build script:
Please test if the GUI starts correctly or if you notice anything else.
If there are no problems found here we will release a new GUI version on all platforms soon. Thank you :)
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This looks like an amazing platform for building wallet functionality into various apps. But I do have one question. Will the WebAssembly stuff run on iOS/Android? I've been thinking about building a wallet app for mobile, mainly to teach myself React Native.
Has anyone tried using this library for mobile development? Any experiences to share?
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Please stay on topic: this post is only for comments discussing the uncertainties, shortcomings, and concerns some may have about Monero.
NOT the positive aspects of it.
Discussion can relate to the technology itself or economics.
Talk about community and price is not wanted, but some discussion about it maybe allowed if it relates well.
Be as respectful and nice as possible. This discussion has potential to be more emotionally charged as it may bring up issues that are extremely upsetting: many people are not only financially but emotionally invested in the ideas and tools around Monero.
It's better to keep it calm then to stir the pot, so don't talk down to people, insult them for spelling/grammar, personal insults, etc. This should only be calm rational discussion about the technical and economic aspects of Monero.
"Do unto others 20% better than you'd expect them to do unto you to correct subjective error." - Linus Pauling
How it works:
Post your concerns about Monero in reply to this main post.
If you can address these concerns, or add further details to them - reply to that comment. This will make it easily sortable
Upvote the comments that are the most valid criticisms of it that have few or no real honest solutions/answers to them.
The comment that mentions the biggest problems of Monero should have the most karma.
As a community, as developers, we need to know about them. Even if they make us feel bad, we got to upvote them.
To learn more about the idea behind Monero Skepticism Sunday, check out the first post about it:
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So I'm wondering when nodes validate transactions in a transparent ledger, they check if an address has certain funds and therefore can send as much and validate that the transaction is signed with their private key.
On the other hand, can you explain how transactions are validated in Monero? How nodes can validate if a certain address has how much amount if both addresses and amounts are hidden on the blockchain? Rangeproofs? Still is confusing to me how nodes can know which addresses have what, since looking as outside observer you can't know to which address funds are sent
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I’d like to know your opinion, is it time to start working on the full client for mobile platforms?
At the beginning of Monero, in 2014, that wouldn’t be a question. But today’s newest mobile devices may have enough storage, computational power and bandwidth to enjoy all the features of a desktop client (including storing whole blockchain and even mining)
Please share your thoughts
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