Monero {XMR} unveils new Windows installer as value surges; LEO falters

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Monero is ranked at #15 on coinmarketcap. The price of XMR is at $82.73 according to the latest data. XMR grew by 7.52% in the course of the past 24-hours. The total market cap of Monero is $1.415 billion. The trading volume recorded is $121.068 million.

The circulating supply involves 17,106,478 XMR tokens. Today is a great day for the community, as the Windows version of the 0.14.1.0 GUI wallet has been released.

 ‘Alte Utting’ at Lagerhausstraße in Munich is where a meetup took place in the evening last night. New updates were considered, and suggestions were taken.

Privacy coins are an increasing need in today’s market, as the regulators keep trying to encroach upon cryptocurrencies. Ring signatures held the origin remain murky so that banks or law enforcement agencies in your nation are unable to track you.

This is quite necessary, as even if you’re involved in a harmless set of activities, the government can always make life hard for you. Especially in a nation like India. Multiple false signatures help the digital signature of the transaction source remain obscure.

The decentralized nature of the network has been a key point for the coin being adopted by many in the U.S., China, Japan and other regions of Asia and Europe. For example, in case of Bitcoin, you can check out details related to a sender and a receiver’s address. This is a huge concern, as this means that crucial data remains exposed.

Thus, privacy coins are necessary, even though the market continues to act volatile, as Ethereum and Bitcoin whales carry out massive transactions. Stealth Addresses have been a factor of securing the network for Monero as well. This altcoin has been immensely popular, and some celebrities in Asia have endorsed it too.

Hackers beware! Monero is here to make your jobs a whole lot harder!