Monero was released in April of 2014. It’s a cryptocurrency that focuses on the privacy of transactions, and it achieves this by obscuring its ledger. This means that only the sender and receiver are aware of the transacting addresses and amount. Monero maintains consensus through a Proof-of-Works (PoW) algorithm that rewards miners for maintaining the Monero network and ledger, which is generally available.
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