• Market Cap: $124b

  • Jan 20, 2019

$10 Million Ransom Demanded in Monero for Kidnapped Norway Millionaire’s Wife

Kidnappers have asked for a ransom of $10.3 Million ($9 Million Euros) in exchange to free 68-year-old Anne-Elisabeth Hagen.

90% of Monero XMR's Coin Have Been Mined Till Date

Monero XMR witnesses a record 90% coins mined, with a total of 18.4 million to exist by May 31, 2022. While the reward for mining each block reduces, the value of the coin is stated to increase following a short supply to higher d...

What Is Monero? - Everything You Need To Know About Monero Cryptocurrency

Learn everything about Monero (XMR) like its core team, its strength, how to buy and store, etc before you decide to invest in Monero Cryptocurrency.

Tari Labs Launches Free Online University for Blockchain Development and Training

Tari Labs, a South African blockchain startup launched a free online university aimed towards making blockchain training & development accessible for everyone.

MEGA Chrome Extension Hacked to Steal Users’ Monero

the MEGA Chrome extension (latest version 3.39.4) has been compromised and can steal user’s Monero in addition to other sensitive information, according to Monero's post on social media platforms Twitter and Reddit.

Cryptos for Charity: Change.org Introduces Cryptocurrency Mining Screensaver

Change.org has created a cryptocurrency mining screensaver, which will mine for Monero (XMR) to fund the Change.org Foundation while your PC is idle.

Coincheck Partially Resumes Monero Operations

Only withdrawals and sales are allowed as of now. Payments and purchases are still banned.

Monero Hard Fork Successfully Takes Place! Four New Projects Emerge

There are four new projects which have come up after the recent Monero hard fork. These projects are Monero Classic, Monero Zero, Monero Original and a fourth project, which also claims to be Monero Classic .

Government of Egypt Found Cryptojacking Its Citizens

Citizens of Egypt are mining the Monero cryptocurrency for their government (or an affiliated body) without their knowledge or their permission.

Hackers Exploit Flaw in Telegram Messenger To Mine For Cryptocurrencies

A zero-day flaw in the Telegram Messenger desktop app allowed Russian hackers to download and install cryptocurrency mining apps on users' PCs.