What is Monero?
Monero (XMR) is a secure, private, and anonymous digital currency. Created in April 2014. Monero focuses on privacy and decentralization and it uses a specific type of cryptography that ensures its transactions remain untraceable and unlinkable. The difficulty retargets every block with a sixty second block target. Monero uses a Ring Signature system to protect your privacy, allowing users to make untraceable transactions. Browse the latest in Monero news from trusted local and international sources.
Privacy coins have come under a lot of scrutiny in recent months. Europol is keeping a close eye on these… read more
When a lead developer of a cryptocurrency project steps down, there is often some confusion. In the case of Monero… read more
Monero (XMR) completed its planned hard fork to replace its hashing algorithm once again. The news of the fork only… read more
An anonymous hacker, who has just put into public domain some 2 terabytes of data from the Cayman National Bank… read more
Monero (XMR) is starting to get more active, as the market price rose more than 7% on Thursday, to $57.57.… read more
Monero (XMR) has to deal with the inflow of specialized ASIC machines taking over mining on its network. After several… read more
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