In this post I’ll attempt to walk through the most common FUD around Monero (both valid and invalid) and help to clarify many of these points.
Where the pipe-dream of Bitcoin’s real-world fungibility goes to die.
In this blog post form of a presentation, we dive into what circular and parallel economies are, why they’re important, and what tools are being paired with Monero to enable them.
A list of Bitcoin proposals and ideas to improve privacy that are still a work in progress, were abandoned or never implemented, or failed to make a noticeable impact.
This guide will walk you through how to act as a provider (also known as a seller or “automatic swap backend” (ASB)).
It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. You can, today, swap Bitcoin <> Monero directly peer-to-peer, over Tor, with no custodian or trusted 3rd-party, no KYC (Know Your Customer) info, nothing.
I take a look at how each of the three most recognized privacy approaches in cryptocurrency stack up in size, cost (in both money and time!), and throughput.