The MoneroMixer has been updated. FungibilityMatters on Reddit thanked those who had donated to his venture; and has welcomed feedback associated with the Mixer. Here are a few characteristics of this specific update:
- Easy [Automatic] setup for Whonix as well as Ubuntu is activated; those having 64bit systems can rest without worries, bring in the MoneroMixer and formulate a wallet.
- update utility introduced, manually copying isn’t needed, users can directly upgrade to the latest version. Has to be personally selected by the concerned user, thereby preventing malicious usage
- You can enter the Monero Wallet CLI via the menu for utilities, features are completely accessible
- A recent bug has been fixed. “Error: No withdrawal options” has been attended to after suggestions from TheWubMuntzta.
- Python requests will henceforth come with a randomly chosen user-agent; coupled with short period of timeout
Monero is a privacy-centric network, which aims at establishing absolute secrecy. While Bitcoin has a transparent chain [which exposes thousands of transactions to the SEC, IMF or any person choosing to check such details], Monero employs ring signatures and stealth addresses in order to hide the identity of the sender and the receiver linked to a particular transaction.
The final stage of beta testing for the I2P monerod Hidden Service Appliance has kicked off. You need to be on the I2P network in order to access the site: http://monerod.i2p/ and find out more information.
People have been banned from Coinbase as well as Gemini for alleged association with illicit purchases. Thus, the need for XMR is growing.
Monero is ranked at #10, below Bitcoin SV but above Stellar Lumens on coinmarketcap. The price soared at a rate of 2.98% in the course of the past 24-hours. The trading volume recorded is $93.164 million, while the supply has 17,169,526 XMR coins in play. At present, the total market cap of Monero is $1.413 billion. As of this moment, XMR is priced at $82.30.