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meta_descr->whatismonero A thorough explanation of what is Monero and how to get started
meta_descr->accepting A guide on how to accept a payment in Monero using the GUI wallet
meta_descr->contributing There are many ways to contribute to Monero and for every skillset
meta_descr->mining Information, software and resources about mining Monero
meta_descr->blog News, release notices and communications from the Monero Project and its community
meta_descr->workgroups Find out where the hundreds of volunteers working on Monero meet and coordinate
meta_descr->sponsorships The current and past sponsors of the Monero project.
meta_descr->about History, values and basic structure of the Monero project and technology
meta_descr->roadmap A browsable overview of what Monero achieved since its creation, what is currently being developed and plans for the future
meta_descr->mrl Monero's research corner, with research papers, whitepaper and other research-related information
meta_descr->userguides A collection of guides and manuals to guide you through using Monero and fixing common issues
meta_descr->tools Links to third-party tools, like block explorers, payment gateways and generators to interact with the Monero ecosystem
meta_descr->presskit Logos, marketing material, contacts and press documentation about Monero
sponsorships->cakewallet Cake Wallet sponsors the "tools" server with the mailing list, GitLab, Matrix, Taiga, and Weblate.
downloads->hwnanosplus Nano S Plus: 1.0.3
faq->qtailemission Why does Monero not have a maximum supply?
faq->atailemission Miners process transactions on the Monero network by @mining blocks. The miner of a @block is paid the constant block reward of .6 XMR, and the @transaction fees of the users who have transactions in that block. Monero has the block reward rather than relying solely on the transaction fees to give the miners incentive to keep securing the network with their hashrate, and keep transaction fees low.
faq->atailemission1 The @tail-emission caused by this constant block reward creates an inflation rate of less than 1% which trends towards 0% over time. The fixed emission of the currency ensures human corruption cannot over inflate the supply. Keeping the network predictable, decentralized, and secure.
roadmap->seraphis-jamtis Seraphis & Jamtis
roadmap->ospead OSPEAD