Monero: the secure, private, untraceable currency
Hi Monero lovers in the Eu,
Dex from [AllArk] (https://allark.io) here
A lot of you asked us about options to Prepaid Visa Cards that work in the EU, we did something better.
We have now rolled out SEPA transfers for EU residents.
You can now cash out from €200 - €20,000 via SEPA transfer.
More Bank Transfers for different Nations coming soon :)
Dex from [AllArk] (https://allark.io)
This is the v0.18.1.2 release of the Monero software. This release contains bugfixes and improvements to multisig.
Some highlights of this release are:
Wallet: add an option to force-update multisig key exchange (#8582)
Wallet: fix a bug that would display a "wrong version" warning (#8585)
Daemon: second thread pool for IO (#8577)
Daemon: move update_checkpoints() DNS call to a later stage (#8588)
Minor bug fixes and improvements
The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the source code.
Hi everybody, as the title says, I created my first CCS for an idea I've been forming in my head for months now. It's called Monero Garden and it would be a website/book/choose your own adventure thing designed to welcome newcomers to Monero in a friendly and engaging way (I hope!)
Please check it out at this CCS page, it's still not ready for funding, this is the stage when you get to vote and decide if it's even allowed to be there and open for donations or not.
I've explained in as much detail as I could over there, but of course I'm open to questions and ideas, feedback, etc. Many thanks in advance for checking it out, and remember to vote with your thumbs!
Hello guys! It's been a long time since I've posted here... Personal issues and work. Nevertheless, I still read some discussions here in Monero.
I would like to propose a simple way of thinking that may seems "very unnecessarily confusing" but it must not be overlooked.
My proposal is: stop evaluating Monero as an X amount of dollar; but evaluating the dollar as an X amount of Monero. In other words: we see in FeatherWallet, for example, "XMR = $150". What I'm saying is we must start looking: "Dollar = 0.0066 XMR" (or 6.66 mXMR).
Why such a deal? It would be better to "talk" in terms of dollars... Well... That's the problem. By thinking like that, we're praising dollars ("because the entire world is valued in dollars") rather than praising Monero. In this way, If we're looking Monero as $150, we're still using the dollar to measure everything; and the goal here is to be independent of dollars (if, of course, we conceive Monero as a mean of exchange).
This issue comes from an Argentine phenomenon that serves as an example about this idea. The economic deliriums of the past +70 years made people to use dollars informally "as a mean of saving purchasing power". Remember, Argentina had more than a half-century with inflation rates of +100% (even with periods of hyperinflation).