Aktiv

Kryptovalutaer:

2,118

Børser:

11

MarkedsvĂŚrdi:

$1,372,082,632,798

Volumen 24t:

$65,957,697,200

Monero logo

Monero

XMR

Rang #22
Coin

$166.81

Tags

Proof of Work
RandomX
Mining
Udvekslingsmiddel
Betalinger
Privatliv
VĂŚrdiopbevaring
Decentraliseret
Anonymitet

$166.49

$167.28

Lav

24T

Høj

Contracts

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Secret

metamask logo

SNIP-20

MarkedsvĂŚrdi

N/A

Volumen 24t

$28,997,881

Ændring 24t

0.590

%

Max Forsyning

N/A

Cirkulerende Forsyning

18,360,210

Total Forsyning

N/A

Fødselsdag
Alder

9 År

Decimaler

12

Punge

10

Nyheder

11

Børser

4

Par

8

Tickers

15

Base

8

Overblik
Børser
Markeder
Punge
Nyheder

$166.81

Pris

$167.28

Høj

$166.49

Lav

$3,062,574,827

MarkedsvĂŚrdi

$28,997,881

Volumen

N/A

Åben

N/A

Luk

1T

-0.050

%

1D

0.590

%

1U

0.850

%

1M

0.560

%

2M

10.60

%

3M

15.83

%

6M

12.36

%

1Å

14.76

%

Om Monero

Monero XMR is a cryptocurrency that prioritizes privacy above all else. It was created as a fork of Bytecoin in 2014 by a developer who went by the pseudonym "Thankful_for_Today." Monero is unique in that it uses advanced privacy features that make it nearly impossible to trace transactions on the blockchain.

One of the main privacy features of Monero is RingCT (Ring Confidential Transactions), which obfuscates transaction amounts. RingCT works by combining multiple inputs and outputs from different transactions, making it difficult to determine the sender and receiver of a transaction. This means that Monero transactions are private by default, and it's impossible to determine the amount of XMR that was sent in a transaction.

In addition to RingCT, Monero uses stealth addresses to further enhance privacy. A stealth address is a one-time address that is generated for each transaction. This means that even if someone were to discover a particular Monero address, they wouldn't be able to track its future transactions. Stealth addresses provide an additional layer of privacy on top of RingCT.

Another key feature of Monero is its Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus algorithm. PoW allows anyone with a computer to participate in mining and securing the Monero network. This helps to decentralize the network and ensures that no single entity has control over the blockchain.

The history of Monero has been characterized by a focus on privacy and decentralization. In 2016, the Monero community successfully funded the development of Kovri, a privacy-focused router that hides the IP address of users on the Monero network. In 2017, the Monero Research Lab was established to focus on researching and developing new privacy-enhancing technologies for the Monero network.

In 2018, the Monero community implemented a hard fork to update the network and improve its privacy features. The fork included an update to the PoW algorithm, which made it more resistant to ASIC mining. This ensures that mining remains accessible to everyday people, rather than being dominated by large mining farms.

Today, Monero is widely regarded as one of the most private and secure cryptocurrencies on the market. It has gained a reputation as the cryptocurrency of choice for those who value their privacy, and it's often used for anonymous transactions on the dark web.