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That is correct, as mentioned in the guide : A long sentence that is easy for you to remember and hard for others to guess. If you add numbers, punctuation, phonetics and misspellings it’s even better!


MemoryWallet refers to the concept of storing your MemoryCoins in your mind just by memorizing a chosen passphrase which links to your address.
The phrase is turned into a 256-bit private key with a hashing or key derivation algorithm. That private key is then used to compute a MemoryCoin address, or a deterministic sequence of addresses.
MemoryCoins can be sent to that address. In order to access the MemoryCoins, one must recompute the private key with the same phrase. The private key is imported into a wallet, and the coins can be sent.
You can get a MemoryCoin wallet here:
The site we will be using is: 
What we basically will be making is a new wallet/address to store your MemoryCoins. The reason we are doing this is because if you lose your pc with your wallet and even lose the backup (in a fire for example) you can retrieve your wallet by going to the link and entering your passphrase.

Let’s go away from all the technical stuff now and let’s start doing something.

After downloading and installing the wallet go to
You could use the site now, but for security reasons it's recommended to do the following steps on your local machine. Scroll all the way down, in the right hand corner you will see a link called Download as Zip. Click that link and save the folder on your computer or on an empty flash drive.
When that is done double-click or drop the file called index.html in your web browser. Now you need to choose MMC (MemoryCoin) from the top right hand corner (or any other coin you would like to generate an address for).
If you are paranoid because of key loggers and Trojans you should this on a fresh installed pc without connecting it to the internet, or you could just plug out your internet while you are making your wallet, or use a Linux live USB/CD. I would recommend unplugging your internet connection while generating the wallet.

The next thing you need to do is to think of a secure passphrase.  It should be a long phrase and should be complex. A short password, a simple phrase or something picked out of the bible or any other form of public literature is likely to be stolen by hackers who use computers to quickly try combinations, also called brute-force guessing.
An example of a passphrase that is too simple is already preset in the generator: correct horse battery staple. Or something out of the bible: For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.
These sentences as explained above can easily be guessed, so they are not safe!
An example of a good passphrase (not so good now since it's public now): commodore 46 is bookshelf and abbreviations in total this excludes the doctor Sheldon cooper monolog hey p1r4te.
A long sentence that is easy for you to remember and hard for others to guess.


Adding numbers, punctuation, phonetics and misspellings is essential, because otherwise it is very easy to bruteforce with a dictionary attack. Some people have even gone as far as to load thousands of quote pages into bruteforcers that get all the famous quotes from books and movies..

The address is: MSSco62jAtCRL7Q64jp1tf9CLhH6SnyisR
this is your new public address, all you need to receive MemoryCoin
The private key is: 6zkU548Yzv72wgQUnnyte5XvCHnUfzdLeqDL33WPLL2DfpozHX6
Your private key should be kept a secret and not shared with anyone!
(Note that this address is not used by anyone, and it's not recommended to use it because of obvious reasons)
Now that the address is generated anyone can transfer MemoryCoin to it. You will not be able to access those MemoryCoins until you import the private key to a wallet using the command: importprivkey YOURPRIVATEKEY
To insert this command open your MemoryCoin wallet, press help, and enter the console.

Voila your wallet just got you personal MemoryWallet you can use to receive and send MemoryCoin!

Feedback is appreciated, wrote this guide and followed the instructions myself with no previous experience with MemoryWallet so I think everyone will be able to do so if desired by following this guide I’ve written.

Got any questions regarding this subject? Pm me or just post here.



MemoryCoin / Re: [MMC] [CTO position] Vote for *US*
« on: January 03, 2014, 09:19:29 am »
Congratulations to you guys :) !

Keyhotee / Re: Update on Keyhotee?
« on: January 03, 2014, 08:53:54 am »

Meta / Re: Making a Norwegian blog.
« on: January 03, 2014, 07:53:30 am »
Hehe no problem Amazon :D

MemoryCoin / Re: My CPU is out of this mining game
« on: January 01, 2014, 05:02:51 pm »
So glad i bought the AMD-FX 8350 when i got my PC. getting 2.7-3.5 on it. Decent enought for a home pc.

Meta / Re: Making a Norwegian blog.
« on: December 31, 2013, 06:05:50 pm »
Another update before 2014.

Page on Keyhotee is edited with some text, will add screenshots when i get my own. (Got my mail saying my founder ID was approved so im jumping in clouds here.)
Also added pages for MMC 2.0 and some information regarding DAC's and mining.

MMC 2.0 page

Got some people reading it daily so atleast my work hasn't gone to waste.

Work to be done.

Will use a lot of my time in 2014 promoting Keyhotee, Protoshares and DAC's in Norway. This works need to be spread and i hope i will succeed doing it in the Scandinavian countries. Been searching for a partner for a while now but as im doing this for free it's hard to pay for people out of my own wallet but i think i will manage on my own :) And as always, if you think im missing something please contact me and i will translate it and add it to the page.

Anyways good people, have a great time tonight and celebrate like it's 2013. I will be at home feasting on turkey and drinking soda with my wife and kid.


MemoryCoin / Re: [ANN] MMC Online Wallet & Android APP
« on: December 31, 2013, 05:57:17 pm »
Damn! Great job, will add it on my phone and tablet after the turkey feast has ended.

Happy new year everyone!

MemoryCoin / Re: >90% of network hashrate on mmcpool
« on: December 30, 2013, 10:16:39 pm »

Aslong as you have a botnet you can get a GPU miner on them. The bots are your slave and follow your every command so i can not see a reason why not GPU botnets may pop up.

Here is a example of an earlier gpu botnet:

MemoryCoin / Re: MMC GPU mining is super profitable!
« on: December 30, 2013, 09:07:46 pm »
If it only was possible on geforce cards i would be soooo happy :D

MemoryCoin / Re: [ANN] MMC.1GH.COM - GPU mining
« on: December 30, 2013, 02:30:25 pm »
aaah well that explains it then hehe.

MemoryCoin / Re: [ANN] MMC.1GH.COM - GPU mining
« on: December 30, 2013, 02:28:30 pm »
Tested, opens and closes in a flash on win 8 64 bit. Using a Geforce 670 Card

MemoryCoin / Re: No more cloudmining at digital ocean it seems.
« on: December 30, 2013, 12:18:41 pm »
That is true.

Just wanted to post this so people know before they put in their money there, quite a few guides uses digital ocean as they have a affiliate program.

MemoryCoin / No more cloudmining at digital ocean it seems.
« on: December 30, 2013, 12:14:42 pm »
No more Cloudmining at Digital Ocean?

I just logged in to my Digital Ocean account to find that most of the servers were locked and i could not create more than 5 droplets with..pretty bad cpu's.

Contacted Digital Ocean support to question this as i had not recieved any information regarding this ''lockdown''

Here is the response i got:

here has been a response to your ticket:


Cryptocurrency mining is very CPU intensive, and due to the shared nature of our CPU allocations large-scale cryptocurrency mining will seriously affect the quality of service we can provide to the neighbouring servers on the same hypervisors as servers running cryptocurrency mining operations.

So, while we do not specifically prohibit cryptocurrency mining, we do restrict accounts doing so to prevent large-scale operations from affecting our infrastructure.

Therefore, at this time, we do not provide droplet limit increases to accounts currently engaging in this activity.  This includes opening additional accounts for the purpose of mining.

We apologize for this inconvenience, but we have to do our best to provide fair usage for all our users.

Also, I noticed that your Droplets are currently powered off. Servers that are powered off still incur hourly charges. When your server is off, the hypervisor continues to reserve your share of CPU, RAM and disk (as well as the IP for your virtual server), so you will be charged for the droplet even if it is powered off.

If you would like to discontinue using a droplet while preserving it for later use, we recommend taking a snapshot of the droplet and then destroying it.

When you are ready to use it again, you can create a new droplet from that snapshot. The only difference would be a new IP address.

Support Team

Meta / Re: PTS messenger ??? Does anybody got this PM too!?
« on: December 30, 2013, 11:49:14 am »
If it's proven to be malware then yes.

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