Privacy Coin Monero Releases Maximum Nacho Update
Monero recently released an update for its wallet Monerujo. Maximum Nacho is the 1.5.9 upgrade of Monerujo. The coin has updated the system keeping in mind the previous bugs and faults.
Changes from the previous version include :
- monero-core v0.12.2.0
- One-time Subaccounts for “Receive”
- Sweep function [touch the infinity sign when selecting amount]
- Remove selectable Ringsize => always use default
- coinmarketcap.com for 32 fiat exchange rates [instead of kraken]
- Some fingerprint compatibility fixes
- Portuguese translation
Monero is a secure, private, and untraceable cryptocurrency. It is open-source and accessible to all. With Monero, you are your own bank. Only you control and are responsible for your funds. Your accounts and transactions are kept private from prying eyes. Monero has been one of the most controversial coins of the previous month, particularly since the fall experienced at the beginning of May. The coin ranks top in the list of controversies, with its unauthorized mining disputation.
Monerujo is an Open-Source Android Wallet for Monero. It doesn’t download the blockchain but allows users to access it through their own node instead. It also features instant Monero to BTC transactions in the app.
XMR ranks #14 on CoinMarketCap. The coin has a trading price of $115.45 while its market cap is $1.87 billion. XMR has seen a fall of 5.64% in the past 24 hours and the weekly cap of the coin runs red with 8.95%.