Key English Vietnamese
merchants->noncustodial Non-custodial:
merchants->hodlhodldescr P2P trading platform with non-custodial escrow.
merchants->locmondescr Online P2P exchange offering person-to-person trades.
merchants->depsell Depends by the seller
merchants->locnojs (but no-JS version available)
merchants->simpleswapdescr Non-custodial instant exchange.
merchants->disclaimer "Please note: these links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement by the Monero community of any products, services or opinions of the corporations or organizations or individuals listed. The Monero community bears no responsibility for the accuracy, legality, or content of these external sites. Contact the external site for answers to questions regarding its content. As always, caveat emptor ('buyer beware'); you are responsible for doing your own research. Always use judgement when making online purchases."
merchants->visitbisq Visit Bisq
merchants->visitlocalmonero Visit LocalMonero
merchants->visithodlhodl Visit HodlHodl
merchants->centrexchanges Centralized exchanges (CEXs) & Swappers
merchants->centrexchangesp If you prefer to use centralized exchanges, here is a list of renowned CEXes and swappers. Many more exchanges support Monero, we list here only a few reputable ones.
merchants->cexp Centralized exchanges that offer exchanging Monero for national currencies and cryptocurrencies.
merchants->swappersp Swappers let users exchange XMR for other cryptocurrencies.
sponsorships->intro The following businesses actively support the Monero Project in its goal to bring financial privacy to the world. We couldn't be more grateful for their contributions. If you would like to sponsor the Monero Project and be listed on this page, please send an email to [email protected]
sponsorships->mbank MajesticBank sponsors the hosting used by this website.
sponsorships->pastsponsors Past sponsors
team->introduction Workgroups are formed by community members who join forces to achieve a common goal. They have different structures and goals. On this page we list some of the more active workgroups and some tips to get you started, if you wish to contribute to any of them.
team->core_descr As stewards of the project, the Core Team manages and maintains infrastructure where centralization cannot be avoided (domains, website, github repositories...). Its members act as mediators as they see fit and aim to weigh consensus in the community, perpetuating the quality interactions that made Monero the successful project it is today. The Core Team does not and has never received any financial compensation.
team->community_descr This workgroup is used by the community to organize and coordinate. Start here if you are a non-coder who wants to contribute to Monero.