The Mystery of The Mystery of "Ezekiel Osborne," the Monero Cofounder Who Wasn't
Just over a week ago, Forbes Middle East published a profile of Ezekiel Osborne, described in the piece as a ?crypto millionaire,? principal in a Middle East-focused cryptocurrency services group, and, most impressively, one of the seven co-creators of the privacy-focused cryptocurrency Monero. Much of this now appears to have been fiction. Known Monero developers have denied any knowledge of Osborne, while onlookers quickly noticed his resemblance to a man previously known as Zeke Echelon and also as Ezekiel de Jong. Under the name Zeke Echelon, this person has advertised himself as the ?Worlds best pumper? (sic), a reference to running so-called pump and dump groups that engaged in collective market manipulation. This posting was found by us on October 31, 2018 8:57 AM. Visit breakermag.com for more from this source.

Local GOP candidate using CoinHive and XMR to power donations Local GOP candidate using CoinHive and XMR to power donations
You can help Mike?s campaign by donating some of your computing power. Simply click the miner below to start mining popular cryptocurrency Monero (XMR) for as long as you like. This miner is completely optional, and only runs in the current open browser tab after being instructed to do so. You can keep this tab, with the miner running for as long as you like. Please let us know if you have any questions! And thank you for your support! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. © 2018 Vote Mike Visconti | State Representative. Paid for by Mike Visconti for District 14 This information was obtained by us on October 30, 2018 8:41 PM. See michaeljvisconti.com for more similar content.

ZRX & ESTC: A Tale of Exchange Listing Pops, the State of Crypto Reporting (It Sucks) and How You Can Make Money Being Contrarian, and How Monero (XMR) Sliced Up Transaction Fees With Bulletproofs ZRX & ESTC: A Tale of Exchange Listing Pops, the State of Crypto Reporting (It Sucks) and How You Can Make Money Being Contrarian, and How Monero (XMR) Sliced Up Transaction Fees With Bulletproofs
In this podcast, hosts Vikram Ramakrishnan and Faizaan Shamsi, partners at the software consultancy QuantLayer, talk to investors and builders of the cryptocurrency arena. We discuss how industry participants think about crypto assets, how they uncover fraud in the market, and which technologies will turn the budding, nascent crypto space into the revolutionary powerhouse early market participants had hoped for. We do a victory lap for alerting our users to the ZRX add to Coinbase before everyone else. We then get into a discussion of how exchange additions are similar to public market IPO first day trading pops, like what we saw in Elastic Search recently. We then talk about the state of crypto reporting, and how it has created a mix of pay-to-play bad actors, mainstream media outlets offering 10 year old FUD over and over, and well-meaning actors who create consensus views that smart, contrarian thinkers can profit on by taking the other side. We then do a deep dive on Monero and its recent success in transaction fee reduction from their implementation of bulletproofs. This publication was obtained by us on October 30, 2018 7:32 PM. Visit quantlayer.libsyn.com for more similar content.

ShapeShift Crypto Exchange Is No Longer Annonymous   Users Are Turning To MorphToken As A Viable Alternative To Get Monero (XMR) | Oracle Times ShapeShift Crypto Exchange Is No Longer Annonymous Users Are Turning To MorphToken As A Viable Alternative To Get Monero (XMR) | Oracle Times
Back in September, the founder and CEO of ShapeShift Erik Voorhees announced that the exchange is launching a membership program and anonymous trading will no longer be available. ?To some who have followed our history, it may seem a curious development; ShapeShift is known as ?the exchange without accounts,? a model we pioneered in order to reduce friction and protect customers. Membership is account-based, so why are we departing from that lineage?? he was writing on September 4th in the official announcement. Voorhees continued by offering the reasons for this decision which included the following: This information was first found by us on October 30, 2018 1:14 PM. Check out oracletimes.com for complete listings from this source.

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Stellar, Litecoin, Cardano, Monero, TRON: Price Analysis, October 29 Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Stellar, Litecoin, Cardano, Monero, TRON: Price Analysis, October 29
Recent forays from large players into the crypto business show growing confidence in crypto?s longevity. Let?s see how the markets are reacting to these headlines. Fidelity?s foray into custody services and NXMH?s acquisition of Bitstamp show confidence from large players in crypto?s future. Let?s see how markets are reacting The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph. Every investment and trading move involves risk, you should conduct your own research when making a decision. Market data is provided by the HitBTC exchange. This share was retrieved by us on October 29, 2018 11:05 PM. See cointelegraph.com for complete listings from this source.

ZCash sapling upgrade has been successfully activated, battle s with Monero s Bulletproofs ZCash sapling upgrade has been successfully activated, battle s with Monero s Bulletproofs
ZCash?s protocol upgrade, known as Sapling, has been successfully activated. ZCash, on their official website for Sapling, announced, ?Activated at block 419200, mined at October 29, 2018 02:15 UTC+00:00?. Sapling protocol improves upon the ?Shielded transaction? features of ZCash. Private transactions are not mandatory on Zcash, meaning the sender has a choice to use private or public transactions. Private transactions are slow, as they are hidden cryptographically via algorithm known as ?zk-SNARKS?. Forming ?zk-SNARKs? is slow and computationally expensive. https://twitter.com/mineZcash/status/1056732706988609542 This entry was first seen by us on October 29, 2018 10:40 PM. Browse blockmanity.com for complete listings from this source.

Trezor Adds Support For Monero (XMR) - Monero News Trezor Adds Support For Monero (XMR) - Monero News
By clicking you agree tothe Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy It will be available only for the Model T The Monero (XMR) community is excited to know that crypto hardware wallet company Trezor has added support for the privacy-focused digital currency. The announcement was made by the CTO of SatoshiLabs and Trezor developer, Pavol Rusnak, in a tweet he posted on October 28. ?It's 28th of October and everybody is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Czechoslovakia. Meanwhile, I am finalizing the new firmware for Trezor, which will be released tomorrow. Independent organizational structures built on top of a truly decentralized economy are the future!? Rusnak said, while sharing a photo of a Trezor Model T that displays a confirmation screen for sending a transaction in XMR. This information was retrieved by us on October 29, 2018 8:05 PM. You may want to visit tokentops.com for more similar content.

Why Dash, Monero, and Zcash failed to replace the  physical  banks. Why Dash, Monero, and Zcash failed to replace the physical banks.
The financial industry has come a long way from the appearance of the first currency via chinese paper banknotes from the 9th century to the modern, extremely complex economic system that is difficult to maintain, even for powerful governments. We have come from the barter system to the ultra technological platforms like the Nasdaq with its 10,000 transactions that take place per second. In developed countries, you will not find it difficult to pay for purchases by credit card, take out a loan online, or send money to a friend using a mobile application. Quickly getting used to the good, we rarely think about how amazing these achievements of fintech industry actually are, which are erasing the physical boundaries and distances between people. At the same time, on a global scale, these benefits are not available to a large portion of the global population. For example, only 2% of adults worldwide have a mobile bank account. This posting was discovered by us on October 29, 2018 5:44 PM. See hackernoon.com for more from this source.

Post Fork Monero Decoy is harming privacy Post Fork Monero Decoy is harming privacy
BTC.com engineer and concerned Monero user ?Lacksfish? has outlined a troubling bias towards the use of coinbase (block reward) transactions as decoys (also known as mixins) occuring on the post-fork Monero chain, with potentially troublesome privacy implications. The Github issue outlined here points towards a concerning number of recent transactions in which there is a disproportionate number of block reward transactions utilised as decoys in the ring signature. A fix has now merged and a new version of the Monero CLI has now been released, but a number of other wallets are yet to upgrade. The changes to the decoy selection algorithm have been present in the Monero codebase for several months, but its impact appears to have been exacerbated by the recent transaction size improvements related to this month?s hard-fork which introduced the use of highly efficient bulletproofs. These more compact zero-knowledge proofs created a notable reduction in average transaction fees overnight which many users are pleased with, but the transaction size decrease has also resulted in a greater transaction capacity per block, and as a consequence there appears to have been an increase in the number of empty blocks being mined. This item was obtained by us on October 29, 2018 4:13 PM. You may want to visit coinjournal.net for additional posts.

Add to your calendar Monero (XMR) event: Privacy Summit in Phoenix - December 15, 2018 Add to your calendar Monero (XMR) event: Privacy Summit in Phoenix - December 15, 2018
The Monero Privacy Summit is held at 2PM as part of the USA Blockchain Conference. This piece was retrieved by us on October 29, 2018 4:06 PM. Check out kryptocal.com for complete listings from this source.

Binance, Bittrex, Bitfinex reduce Monero [XMR] withdrawal fees by 99.75% Binance, Bittrex, Bitfinex reduce Monero [XMR] withdrawal fees by 99.75%
It Is Expected That India Will Lift The Cryptocurrency Ban In 2019 Ontology Added to Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS Marketplaces XRP Finally Gets listing on eToro Japanese MegaBank Mizuho to launch its Own Digital Currency XRP is now the base pair Crypto On BTCEXA Bitcoin Cash [BCH] on a Bullish move, rises more than 40% today TRON [TRX] now on BitMart Crypto Exchange with 4 trading pairs TRON is now available on SWFT a one-stop, cross-chain wallet app TRON is now on Blockfolio Signal Beta, a Crypto Portfolio Management App TRON Announces Million-Dollar DAPP Developer Contest XRP Finally Gets listing on eToro This entry was discovered by us on October 29, 2018 1:49 PM. You may want to visit www.koinalert.com for more.

The most Monero Moon (Issue 8) newsletter is out now! Check it out now for your weekly Monero wrap up. The most Monero Moon (Issue 8) newsletter is out now! Check it out now for your weekly Monero wrap up.
The Monero Moon is a new curated weekly newsletter regarding all things Monero. October 23rd 2018???October 29th 2018 The Command Line Interface (CLI) wallet v0.13.0.4 Beryllium Bullet has been released. This release fixes a range of bugs and solves Ledger issues users may have recently experienced. Information and download links can be found here. Monero is poised to receive Trezor hardware wallet support today???29th of October. Trezor founder ?Slush? tweeted that Monero support has been added to the Trezor codebase and will soon be functional on the Trezor Model T. It is likely support will initially be for the official CLI and GUI wallets. Work is also being carried out to enable support for the Trezor One and Trezor?s native webwallet. This publication was found by us on October 29, 2018 12:11 PM. Browse medium.com for complete listings from this source.

Top 5 Crypto Performers Overview: EOS, Ripple, Ethereum Classic, Dash, Monero Top 5 Crypto Performers Overview: EOS, Ripple, Ethereum Classic, Dash, Monero
The crypto markets are in a very tight range for the past few weeks, what can become a catalyst to shake them? EOS tops the list, while Ripple reports more than 120 percent increase in sales. Check other top performers of the week The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph.com. Every investment and trading move involves risk, you should conduct your own research when making a decision. The market data is provided by the HitBTC exchange. The crypto markets are stuck in a very tight range for the past few weeks. It needs a strong catalyst to shake out of this consolidation. The breakout or breakdown of the range is likely to start a new trend that will remain in force for a few days. This data was obtained by us on October 29, 2018 2:30 AM. Visit cointelegraph.com for more similar content.

  NYC Monero Meetup Tomorrow @ 48 Wall Street -- Will be going over Monero Updates - Bulletproofs Overview / Trezor Integration / Monero GoFundMe Integration Demo... NYC Monero Meetup Tomorrow @ 48 Wall Street -- Will be going over Monero Updates - Bulletproofs Overview / Trezor Integration / Monero GoFundMe Integration Demo...
From Blockchain Wall Street Tech 48 Wall St. 5th Floor · New York, NY This month's crypto meetup will be a mix of Monero updates and other related blockchain projects. Location: Xcubicle - 48 Wall St. (5th Floor) Presentations: - 15 Min - Monero Updates - v0.13 upgrade - Bulletproofs! What is it? - Trezor and Monero Integration - Other XMR Updates - 15 Min - Cryzen - Algorithmic Trading for Cryptocurrencies - 15 Min - GoFundMe and Monero / Crypto Integration -------------------- **Cryzen - Algorithmic Trading for Cryptocurrencies** by Shuvro Biswas The Cryzen platform is essentially a ?bot development environment? that allows users to 1) create, test and deploy trading algorithms in a simplified manner; and 2) tweak, and run premade trading strategies developed by our quant team. -------------------- **GoFundMe and Monero / Crypto Integration** by Suesan of Xcubicle At Xcubicle we've figured out how to integrate crypto payments into GoFundMe or any crowdfunding site without the need of approval from the site owners. We'll be giving a demo of how this might work with Monero integration. ------------------------------ ## Other Events ## *Xcubicle Crypto Wallet Security Workshop* http://trezor0.eventbrite.com ------------------------------ ## Sponsors and Supporters of the Event ## *Xcubicle - Blockchain Labs* https://www.xcubicle.com *Monero Talk YouTube Channel* https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3Hx81QYLoEQkm3vyl4N4eQ *Cake Wallet - iOS Monero Wallet* https://cakewallet.io/ *99 Bitcoins and An Elephant - Childrens Book - by Vincent Chen* https://www.amazon.com/99-Bitcoins-Elephant-Vincent-Chen-ebook/dp/B07H14WKQB This post was obtained by us on October 28, 2018 9:01 PM. See www.meetup.com for additional posts.

Monero Withdrawal Fees On Exchanges Fell Thanks To Beryllium Bullet Monero Withdrawal Fees On Exchanges Fell Thanks To Beryllium Bullet
By clicking you agree tothe Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy Thanks to the recent ?Beryllium Bullet? hard fork Crypto exchanges Bittrex and Binance have recently announced a significant reduction in the fees they charge when withdrawing Monero (XRM) balances. And it?s all due to the recent update of this blockchain protocol. ?Update: With the Monero upgrade to Bulletproof transactions, @BittrexExchange has reduced the $XMR withdrawal fee to 0.0001 XMR,? Bittrex reported yesterday in its Twitter account. Likewise, Binance made a similar announcement. ?With the recent activation of Bulletproofs on #Monero, #Binance has lowered #XMR withdrawal fees to 0.0001 $XMR.  Thank you to the community for your feedback.? This information was retrieved by us on October 28, 2018 12:02 PM. You may want to visit tokentops.com for additional posts.

FFS: Zero to Monero 2nd Edition now 'Funding'
Zero to Monero went live on July 4, 2018, 3 months ago. It will soon be obsolete, with bulletproofs replacing Borromean ring signatures, and various minor tweaks to the code base. Based on feedback here, and via email, it seems at least a few people would like a second edition. Please note Zero to Monero is by far the most in-depth resource on Monero currently existing (aside from this academic treatment), and is accessible and useful to laymen, developers, researchers, etc. Proposed changes for second edition: 1) Add multisig chapter (a draft is ready and needs rewriting; Surae Noether published his multisig paper, so now I can add the subject to ZtM). 2) Edit blockchain chapter (too bland, longwinded, etc). 3) Update with bulletproof chapter (includes researching bulletproofs) and deprecate borromean ring sigs. Peruse ~500-600 pull requests on Monero git repository for all changes made since my last researches. 4) various minor edits/improvements This article was first seen by us on October 28, 2018 9:12 AM. See forum.getmonero.org to find more similar content.

ZCash (ZEC) Meets Monero (XMR) Bulletproofs With  Sapling  Protocol ZCash (ZEC) Meets Monero (XMR) Bulletproofs With Sapling Protocol
As reported by Ethereum World News in the past weeks, the Monero (XMR) bulletproof protocol has quickly been hailed as a resounding success, with transaction fees plummeting by upwards of 97% and transactional data sizes seeing an 80% haircut. Just recently, in a testament to the success of Monero?s blockchain upgrade, Binance and Bittrex, two of the foremost crypto platforms, dropped Monero withdrawal fees to 0.0001 XMR (~$0.01) to better accommodate consumers. While Monero transaction fees aren?t nearing that of its primary competitor just yet (~$0.0002), the ZCash Company, a for-profit organization behind the blockchain project that shares its name, has sought to better its privacy features through the so-called ?Sapling Protocol.? This share was retrieved by us on October 28, 2018 4:51 AM. Visit ethereumworldnews.com for additional posts.

Monero Fees Drop to 0.0001 XMR on Binance and Bittrex After Hard Fork Monero Fees Drop to 0.0001 XMR on Binance and Bittrex After Hard Fork
The recent update of the Monero blockchain seems destined to be one of the most important for the community. Not only does Beryllium Bullet -the name given to the hard fork- improve the levels of anonymity and security but it is also a powerful tool in the future adoption of XMR by optimizing its mining algorithm to bring costs down to historic lows. The new Beryllium Bullet has a ?bulletproof? feature that lowers the size of a transaction from 18kb to 3.5kb. With this, a 96% reduction in fees is achieved, making the cryptocurrency not only attractive for those who seek confidentiality but also for those who prefer higher profitability and lower costs. This information was first seen by us on October 28, 2018 4:28 AM. See ethereumworldnews.com for more from this source.

Ricardo Spagni Aka Fluffypony, Creator Of The Monero Blockchain Slams Forbes Middle East For Fake News Involving Ezekiel Osborne And Monero-Related Claims | Oracle Times Ricardo Spagni Aka Fluffypony, Creator Of The Monero Blockchain Slams Forbes Middle East For Fake News Involving Ezekiel Osborne And Monero-Related Claims | Oracle Times
Riccardo Spagni is better known as fluffypony in the world of crypto, and he?s the lead maintainer of the Monero project. Monero is now one of the biggest cryptos in the world, and it provides private and anonymous transactions that are maintained by a decentralized network of miners and a legion of amazing developers. Spagni took to Twitter to set one thing straight. He slams Forbes Middle East for releasing false and unverified news involving Ezekiel Osborne. The publication writes in an article named The Crypto Millionaire Turning Coins Into Cash that ?Along the way Osborne claims to have been one of seven initial co-founders of Monero, the first completely untraceable cryptocurrency and today one of the top ten best-performing cryptocurrencies globally according to CoinMarketCap and Cointelegraph. In March 2018 it reportedly hit a market cap of just over $5 billion.? This item was first seen by us on October 27, 2018 4:08 PM. Check out oracletimes.com for more.

Monero [XMR/USD] Technical Analysis: Price drawing closer to crucial resistance as bulls look to get in - A Monero [XMR/USD] Technical Analysis: Price drawing closer to crucial resistance as bulls look to get in - A
XRP breathes sigh of relief as Token Taxonomy Act redefines digital assets and amends Securities Exchange Act Nouriel Roubini takes hit on Bitcoin [BTC] and others; focuses on 4,800 pump and dump schemes Bitcoin [BTC] Futures Contracts get a green signal from the regulatory authorities Bitfinex announces margin trading for Tether [USDT] with USD pair SEC has lost its first legal battle in its unlawful quest against cryptocurrencies, says John McAfee SEC has lost its first legal battle in its unlawful quest against cryptocurrencies, says John McAfee Bitcoin [BTC] proponent Mike Novogratz: I don?t think we?re going to decentralize the whole world This article was discovered by us on October 27, 2018 4:00 PM. Check out ambcrypto.com for complete listings from this source.

[GOOD NEWS] Binance, Bittrex Lowers Monero(XMR) Withdrawal Transaction Fees [GOOD NEWS] Binance, Bittrex Lowers Monero(XMR) Withdrawal Transaction Fees
Major cryptocurrency exchanges reduce the Monero Privacy Coin (XMR) withdrawal rates, as transaction fees are now much lower now as XMR  has added Bulletproofs to its network. The bullet-proofs, set up last week, reduce transaction costs on the Monero network. Withdrawal transaction charges have always been a problem for all members of the cryptocurrency community. This was particularly felt with Monero because its privacy  features add to transaction, users sometimes have to pay high fees to take their cryptocurrency out of the exchanges platform. No more than yesterday, Binance and Bittrex announced that they would reduce the XMR withdrawal fee to 0.0001 XMR. Considering that the XMR is currently trading at $ 107, the 0.0001 XMR means a withdrawal fee of only $ 0.01. This represents a huge discount for merchants who had already paid XMR 0.04 to withdraw from Binance. This piece was discovered by us on October 27, 2018 9:47 AM. Browse o2press.com for complete listings from this source.

Community Workgroup Meeting: 27 October 17:00 UTC Community Workgroup Meeting: 27 October 17:00 UTC
GitHub is home to over 28 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. By clicking ?Sign up for GitHub?, you agree to our terms of service and privacy statement. We?ll occasionally send you account related emails. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account Freenode | OFTC | Mattermost | Slack | Irc2P Please test the relays shortly before using. If there are any issues, please use Freenode IRC directly. Please PM SGP on Reddit with your email for a Slack invite if desired. This piece was first found by us on October 27, 2018 7:03 AM. Have a look at github.com for additional posts.

Want the GUI to get better Fund this full time developer!
Many improvements to make. My full-time focus will give it the attention it needs. My Qt workflow (using qml-xmr) is efficient and can more quickly iterate on changes. I expect I'll probably be working on things like new QML components, decoupling existing javascript from QML, some C++, making sure buildbot compiles, managing issue tracker, writing documentation etc etc. This is a limited set of to-do's straight from the issue tracker. There is, most definitely, more. The above list serves as an indication of things I want to look into. 3 months lines up with the amount of work I plan on doing. 40 hours a week. 45$ a hour. With the Monero exchange rate at ~ $102, and a target rate of $45 a hour, three months end up giving a donations target of 180 XMR. This posting was found by us on October 27, 2018 5:46 AM. You may want to visit forum.getmonero.org for complete listings from this source.

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Stellar, Litecoin, Cardano, Monero, TRON: Price Analysis, October 26 Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Stellar, Litecoin, Cardano, Monero, TRON: Price Analysis, October 26
Crypto markets are currently trading in a tight range, and are not reacting to fundamental news events, but traders should be ready if the breakout is to the upside. Markets may soon make a decisive move out of the current range bound trading, traders should be ready to jump on the bandwagon if the breakout happens to the upside The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph. Every investment and trading move involves risk, you should conduct your own research when making a decision. Market data is provided by the HitBTC exchange. This post was first seen by us on October 26, 2018 11:40 PM. Have a look at cointelegraph.com for more from this source.

Monero [XMR/USD] Technical Analysis: Cryptocurrency falls back into bear clutches after teasing close to resistance -AMBCrypto Monero [XMR/USD] Technical Analysis: Cryptocurrency falls back into bear clutches after teasing close to resistance -AMBCrypto
Nouriel Roubini takes hit on Bitcoin [BTC] and others; focuses on 4,800 pump and dump schemes Bitcoin [BTC] Futures Contracts get a green signal from the regulatory authorities Bitfinex announces margin trading for Tether [USDT] with USD pair SEC has lost its first legal battle in its unlawful quest against cryptocurrencies, says John McAfee XRP/USD Technical Analysis: Red clouds hover over investor sentiment SEC has lost its first legal battle in its unlawful quest against cryptocurrencies, says John McAfee Bitcoin [BTC] proponent Mike Novogratz: I don?t think we?re going to decentralize the whole world This item was discovered by us on October 26, 2018 8:30 PM. Browse ambcrypto.com for more.

Bittrex and Binance reduces Monero's withdrawal fee due to Bulletproof upgrade Bittrex and Binance reduces Monero's withdrawal fee due to Bulletproof upgrade
On October 22nd. Monero?s bulletproof upgrade went live. The new upgrade instantly reduced the transaction fee by 96%. The upgrade achieved the reduction by reducing the transaction size from 18Kb to 3Kb. Due to the reduction in transaction size both Bittrex and Binance have announced the reduction in withdrawal fee. Bittrex was the first one to announce it on Twitter yesterday followed by Binance today. Both the exchanges have reduced Monero withdrawal fee to 0.0001 XMR which is equivalent to $0.01. Update: With the Monero upgrade to Bulletproof transactions, @BittrexExchange has reduced the $XMR withdrawal fee to 0.0001 XMR. pic.twitter.com/9ea1wYR1is This share was found by us on October 26, 2018 2:09 PM. Visit blockmanity.com to find more similar content.

Should Coinbase consider the listing of Monero (XMR)    Crypto Recorder Should Coinbase consider the listing of Monero (XMR) Crypto Recorder
The prestige and value gained from a Coinbase cryptocurrency exchange has seen most of the cryptocurrencies push for a listing on the exchange. Since Ethereum Classic (ETC) listing, one that caused a 30% increase in the price of ETC, Coinbase has continued to offer signals of listing a few more cryptocurrencies on the exchange as they target the global reach. Of the coins set to gain a listing, ZCash (ZEC) is the only privacy coin currency in consideration, begging the question of why XMR was not placed on the list. Monero (XMR) currently stands above the rest of the privacy coins in market capitalization and overall adoption rates. As the pioneer in the field of blockchain privacy and with easy compliance routines on the blockchain, Coinbase should start considering the possibility of listing the coin. This piece was obtained by us on October 26, 2018 10:59 AM. Visit cryptorecorder.com for more.

Monero Fees Down To Almost 0! Monero Fees Down To Almost 0!
It just last week that we reported on the fact that the billion dollar crypto company known as Monero was to introduce a new technology known as ?bulletproofs? to their platform. Just a week later we?re happy to report that as a result of this new cryptography which was implemented on Thursday, Monero?s transaction fees have seen a drastic fall. According to new data published by BitInfoCharts, the average fee for Monero fell from around $0.54 to $0.021 cents as of a Saturday which is whopping 96% drop! Of course, this dramatic drop was in fact predicted by Monero devs: ?I think you can safely say a typical [transaction] fee goes down by more than 95 percent,? Monero core developer ?moneromooo? claimed last week. This item was found by us on October 26, 2018 10:29 AM. Browse coinbeat.com for more similar content.

Monero Thrives In The Crypto Market Following All Its Recent Developments Monero Thrives In The Crypto Market Following All Its Recent Developments
Monero (XMR) is currently occupying the tenth position in the crypto market, and it has been making headlines with its important development-related announcements. Its latest update, for instance, was aimed at improving its network. The token made its first sparks after a long time due to a bug which has been detected in the wallet by its developers. This could have given attackers the ability to burn funds of an organization which is on Monero?s ecosystem. More than that, this could have been carried out by attackers without even making additional payments apart from the transaction fees. But, the attacker would have gained some benefits from the attack indirectly. This posting was found by us on October 25, 2018 6:00 PM. Visit oracletimes.com for more.

Monero (XMR) Might Still End The Year Above $500 Monero (XMR) Might Still End The Year Above $500
I work as the key Trading Analyst for Crypto Daily and provide the team with regular analyses and updates regarding the technical performance of all cryptocurrencies on the market. I am responsible for the production of articles and posts for Crypto Daily?s own technical analysis section and spend my time monitoring and commenting on the varied moves the markets make on a daily basis. More people than ever used cryptocurrencies in 2018, and at BitStarz, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin wagering went through the roof! One player won $206,551 on a single Book of Aztec spin. Maybe not enough to make Satoshi Nakamoto jealous, but nevertheless a super win! This publication was retrieved by us on October 25, 2018 5:43 PM. You may want to visit cryptodaily.co.uk for more similar content.


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