The cryptocurrency Monero was launched in April 2014 as an open source community project. Other than the pseudonymity of Bitcoin, a Monero payment mirrors a cash payment and provides the seller, buyer, and public with the same information base than in case of an over-the-counter purchase for US$, Euro or other...
Monero is readily portrayed as a cryptocurrency in the gray area to illegal activities. However, privacy is not a crime and the legal issues can be managed. issues in this regard are summarized here now (and in the future).
Monero is the top privacy coin. Monero is what Bitcoin noobs thought they bought. While in the past not being the best store of value, its strength lies in its payment function. You don't need privacy until you do, and then it's too late.
Yes. They are legal in most countries, but there is a risk that they'll be banned in the future. The circumstance that Monero is also used in illegal activities does not make legitimate transactions illegal or even unethical.
Its characteristics are stealth addresses, ring signatures, zero-knowledge proofs (zk-proofs), and RingCT form Monero's proprietary privacy protocol. There is no evidence yet that any transaction has ever been tracked and traced. However, certain governments and contractors are trying to develop tools to help tracing Monero. The future is uncertain and new tools might be used for old transactions.
Monero is increasingly being used as an intermediary for Bitcoin transactions. Bitcoin holders buy Monero and use that currency to settle transactions in order to complete private money transfers without having to expose their public wallet address. The receiver sells the Monero against Bitcoin as store-of-value coin. Buying and selling can be accomplished on an atomic swap without KYC requirements.
When people talk about the merits and deserved success of cryptocurrencies, Monero (XMR) typically goes unmentioned. Its character as a privacy coin is not highly weighted...
The surveillance character of Bitcoin will result sooner or later in the #BitcoinPapers, a database disclosing all Bitcoin transactions of the past. It's publication will be a strong argumentfor Monero as the premium privacy coin. Details are described in a LinkedIn post.
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