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library->zerotomonerov2 Zero to Monero: Second Edition
faq->a2 You can buy Monero from an exchange or from an individual. Exchanges are the most common way to buy Monero; there are compliant exchanges in most jurisdictions. Some wallets include functionality to easily buy Monero with fiat or other cryptocurrencies. Alternatively, you can try mining Monero to get coins from the @block reward.
downloads->verify1 You are strongly advised to verify the hashes of the archive you downloaded. This will confirm that the files you downloaded perfectly match the files uploaded by the Monero development workgroup. Please don't underestimate this step, a corrupted archive could result in lost funds.
global->date %Y/%m/%d
faq->aavoidbc Yes. You don't need to download the @blockchain to transact on the network. You can connect to a @remote-node, which stores the blockchain for you. All the most common @wallets (including GUI and CLI) allow to use remote nodes to transact on the network. There are multiple ways to take advantage of this functionality. For example GUI and CLI offer a 'bootstrap node' feature, which allow people to download their own blockchain while using a remote node to immediately use the network. Ways to improve the usability of the Monero network are constantly being explored.
home->moneropedia_para Would you like to look up the meanings of the terms and concepts used in Monero? Here you will find an alphabetical guide to terms and their meanings.
hangouts->resources Workgroup Resources
downloads->advancedmode1 With all the advanced features you could need. Ideal for seasoned Monero users who prefer to have full control of their wallet and node
faq->qscanned Why my wallet needs to be scanned everytime I open it?
faq->q3 Why is the Mnemonic Seed important?
press-kit->whiteback White M (Suggested)
hangouts->irc_channels->monero-site Where the development of this website is coordinated.
what-is-monero->need-to-know What you need to know
faq->q6 What is the difference between a lightweight and a normal wallet?
titles->whatismonero What is Monero (XMR)?
home->faq_para We've heard a lot of questions over the years and have compiled a thorough and varied FAQ. Don't worry, if your questions are not in there, you can always ask the community.
hangouts->irc_channels->monero-markets We use this channel to talk about the price of Monero and other coins.
moneropedia->entries->wallet Wallet
accepting->guiol4 Wait until the payment has arrived and has enough confirmations (The more confirmations, the safer the transaction is. You need at least 10 confirmations before you can spend the funds.).
moneropedia->entries->viewkey View Key