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hangouts->resources_para In an effort to support organic workgroups, Monero has several resources that the community can use to meet and plan projects,
hangouts->resources_para1 like a Matrix server, a Taiga board and the translation platform Weblate.
hangouts->irc_para The Monero community utilizes a lot of IRC channels that each serve different purposes. Some to work, and some just to hang out. You'll find the more popular ones below.
hangouts->bridges These channels are bridged to a number of other platforms, allowing the community to communicate using their favourite chat service/protocol.
hangouts->mailing_list1 Do you want to receive important announcements directly on your email address? join our mailing lists!
hangouts->irc_channels->monero This channel is used to discuss all things Monero related.
hangouts->irc_channels->monero-community This channel is for the Monero community to congregate and discuss ideas.
hangouts->irc_channels->monero-dev The many contributors and developers come here to discuss dev-y things.
hangouts->irc_channels->monero-markets We use this channel to talk about the price of Monero and other coins.
merchants->descr On this page you will find stores and merchants that accept Monero as payment, as well as exchanges that trade Monero for other currencies.
merchants->useit Merchants that accept Monero
merchants->use Over the years, merchants of all kinds have come to value the financial privacy that Monero brings. In fact, merchant adoption is continuously rising.
merchants->dirdescr If you are looking for places to spend your Monero, the directories below have some options. Please remember to do your own research before trusting them with your money:
merchants->descrp2p The best way to exchange Monero for other currencies (or the other way round) is using P2P exchanges, because they allow traders to directly interact with each other, without the need of trusted third parties (except maybe for providing an escrow service). These exchanges are more private than their centralized counterparts and allow people to be in complete control of their coins if they are non-custodial, but they usually have less volume than 'traditional' exchanges. In the section below, we offer a list of P2P exchanges that support Monero.
merchants->swapsdescr A new exciting way to exchange Monero is Atomic Swaps, which <a href="https://www.getmonero.org/2021/08/20/atomic-swaps.html">we announced</a> on August 2021. Atomic Swaps are a completely decentralized way to swap Bitcoin <-> Monero (more info in the blog post). The technology is brand new, so there aren't many swap providers yet, but you can already sell XMR for BTC using this protocol at
merchants->bisqdescr Decentralized P2P exchange based on Bitcoin and Tor.
merchants->cardfoss Open source:
merchants->cardkyc <b>No KYC</b> (Know Your Customer):
merchants->cardbtcfiat (BTC &#8596; fiat possible)
merchants->cardonion Onion address: