Monero {XMR} shoots back up; MoneroMixer released, Norman: A New Threat, Guarda wallet integration

Monero is ranked at #10 beneath Bitcoin SV but ahead of Stellar and Cardano on coinmarketcap. The price of XMR rose by 3.91% in a span of the past 24-hours. The trading volume recorded is $70.303 million, while the supply has 17,157,115 XMR coins in play. The total market cap of Monero is $1.354 billion. At present, XMR is priced at $78.92 and may soon reach $80.

A user who goes by the name FungibilityMatters recently unveiled a program he termed as the “MoneroMixer”. This will make sending, receiving and mixing cryptocurrencies a whole lot easier.

You can simply create a Monero wallet on the Tails OS and deposit or withdraw BTC, XRP, ETH, XMR, and many more coins. Non-KYC exchanges are involved, and Javascript isn’t engaged for operating this particular program. XMR contributors on Reddit has hailed this initiative. To know more about this project and donate [if you’re feeling magnanimous] check out this link.

This mixer allows privacy to remain unperturbed, as withdrawn coins can’t be tied to the ones deposited. It is fully functional as of this moment and will greatly enhance your experience if you’re an XMR enthusiast.

A new blog post by Varonis provides details related to a malware called Norman. This is employed for cryptojacking which lets the attacker take over a system belonging to the victim and use it to mine XMR coins. Since its inception, Norman has infected dozens of systems.

A report on Monero Village at DEFCON 2019 was recently published. You can find it right here:

All the contributors tied to the Village have been thanked via this post. The future [Digital money] of privacy is here.

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