Browsing the "Monero" Tag

A Decentralized Bitcoin Exchange That’s Almost Decentralized

| Leigh Cuen

Bisq is launching a bitcoin-based token to pay code contributors and a DAO to manage payouts, all in service of further decentralizing the exchange.

Monero Fees Fall to Almost Zero After ‘Bulletproofs’ Upgrade

| Rachel Rose O'Leary

Monero's "bulletproofs" hard fork has led to a major reduction in transaction fees.

Monero to Become First Billion-Dollar Crypto to Implement ‘Bulletproofs’ Tech

| Rachel Rose O'Leary

A highly anticipated technology designed to make blockchain privacy features more scalable will be tested on Monero soon.

One Musician’s Creative Solution to Drive ASICs Off Monero

| Rachel Rose O'Leary

Howard Chu, a monero core dev and musician, has created an algorithm that he thinks will keep ASICS at bay on the privacy-oriented cryptocurrency.

Attacker Installs Crypto Mining Malware on Over 170,000 Devices

| Christine Kim

Coinhive was installed on more than 170,000 devices in Brazil last month.

A Small Crypto Coin Is Making Big Claims About a Private Proof-of-Stake

| Brady Dale

Even though it's yet to gain much notoriety, token project Spectre is innovating in a trending area – private staking for proof-of-stake…

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Monero-Style Privacy Is Ready for Ethereum – Who Will Implement It?

| Rachel Rose O'Leary

A new white paper contends that monero-style privacy can be implemented on ethereum without much work.

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Crypto’s War On Miners? It Might Already Be Over

| Rachel Rose O'Leary

Months ago, savvy coders were taking an any-means-necessary approach to keeping big miners off their blockchains. Now, reality is setting in.

Japan’s Ban Is a Wake-Up Call to Defend Privacy Coins

| Robert Viglione

To advocate for regulatory leniency, we must consider the advantages, not the disadvantages, that privacy coins will provide to the greater community.

Leadership Shifts to Usher in New Era for Monero Cryptocurrency

| Leigh Cuen

New leaders with ambitious business strategies are on the rise within monero, seeking "usability for ordinary people."