Monero is the leading cryptocurrency with a focus on private and censorship-resistant, transactions. Almost all cryptocurrencies (including Bitcoin and Ethereum) are transparent. They reveal your entire transaction history to the world. Monero uses unbreakable cryptography to ensure that no one can see how much money you have or where you spend it, even if they know your wallet address.
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A graphical interface alternative to the command prompt-based XMR Core wallet, also client-side.
The original Monero (XMR) developer team core node wallet, contains entire XMR blockchain.
Multi-currency web wallet that features "shape shift" coin exchange and mobile versions as well.
Australia-based multi-currency exchange and wallet where coins can be bought and sold for AUD.
Offers an assortment of hardware wallets and Chrome extension for multiple cryptocurrencies.
Monero Wallet for Google Chrome
A Chrome extension-only wallet for users of Monero (XMR).
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Gate.io is a bitcoin exchange platform which supports BTC, LTC, Ethereum, Qtum and more blockchain assets
Binance is a cryptocurrency exchange with a focus on the Chinese market and other Chinese coins
Digital cryptocurrency exchange created by international FinTech company QUOINE
Specializes in the trading of bitcon and litecoin futures against USD/CNY.
Offers multiple CNY and USD to crypto pairs, not available in the U.S.
The largest digital asset / cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea.
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