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home->getcoins_para After you install a wallet, you need to get some Monero. There are multiple ways to acquire some coins to spend, like mining or working in exchange for Monero, but the easiest way is to use an exchange and convert your fiat money into XMR. Many exchanges, centralized and decentralized, list Monero (XMR).
faq->afullpruned A full @node requires a considerable amount of storage and could take a long time to download and verify the entire blockchain, especially on older hardware. If you have limited storage, a pruned node is recommended. It only stores 1/8th of unnecessary blockchain data while keeping the full transaction history. If plenty of storage is available, a full node is recommended but a pruned node still greatly contributes to the network and improves your privacy.
developer-guides->go-monero-rpc-client A Go client for the Monero wallet and daemon RPC.
library->masteringmonerop A guide through the seemingly complex world of Monero.<br> It includes: <ul><li>A broad introduction to blockchains and the importance of privacy - ideal for non-technical users.</li> <li>Discussion of Bitcoin’s shortcomings and specific solutions provided by Monero.</li> <li>User stories (illustrating how Monero protects your privacy), analogies, examples, legal/ethical discussions, and code snippets illustrating key technical concepts.</li> <li>Details of the Monero decentralized network, peer-to-peer architecture, transaction lifecycle, and security principles.</li> <li>Introductions to technical foundations of Monero, intended for developers, engineers, software architects, and curious users.</li> <li>New developments such as Kovri, Bulletproofs, Multisignature, Hardware Wallets, etc.</li></ul>
A guide through the seemingly complex world of Monero.<br> It includes: <ul><li>A broad introduction to blockchains and the importance of privacy - ideal for non-technical users.</li> <li>Discussion of Bitcoin’s shortcomings and specific solutions provided by Monero.</li> <li>User stories (illustrating how Monero protects your privacy), analogies, examples, legal/ethical discussions, and code snippets illustrating key technical concepts.</li> <li>Details of the Monero decentralized network, peer-to-peer architecture, transaction lifecycle, and security principles.</li> <li>Introductions to technical foundations of Monero, intended for developers, engineers, software architects, and curious users.</li> <li>New developments such as Kovri, Bulletproofs, Multisignature, Hardware Wallets, etc.</li></ul> See <a href="https://masteringmonero.com/">Mastering Monero</a> website for information.
downloads->helpsupport1 A guide with an explanation of every section of the wallet is available: A guide with an explanation of every section of the wallet is available:
moneropedia->entries->airgap Airgap Airgap
developer-guides->monerorpc A Java interface for Monero wallet and daemon RPC.
developer-guides->monero-java A Java library for using Monero.
titles->allposts All Blog Posts 所有文章
global->tagsmeta All Monero blog articles that are tagged 被標籤標註的所有文章
blog->allposts All Posts
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downloads->verify2 Always verify your downloads! 務必驗證你的下載檔案!
faq->a3 A @mnemonic-seed is a set of 25 words that can be used to restore your account anywhere. Keep these words safe and do not share them with someone else. You can use this seed to restore your account, even if your computer crashes. @助記種子碼 是可以用來回復錢包用的一組 25 個字詞,請保護好這些字詞,並不要與其他人透漏這些字詞,即使你的電腦損壞而無法使用,你還是可以 (在其他電腦) 回復你的帳戶。
developer-guides->monerophp A Monero library written in PHP by the Monero Integrations team.
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what-is-monero->grassroots_p3 and Development Team are constantly working on new, innovative technologies. Since its launch, the project has received contributions from over
downloads->showhash2 and should be treated as canonical, with the signature checked against the appropriate GPG key in the source code
contributing->full-node_p An easy and effective way to help the Monero network is to run a @node. Nodes ensure the network keeps running safe and decentralized. A simple fully synchronized node is enough to help the network, but if you want to go out of your way, you could run an open @remote-node, to allow other people to connect to it.
research-lab->mrl6 An Efficient Implementation of Monero Subaddresses An Efficient Implementation of Monero Subadresses