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Monero (XMR) price to USD & live value of today

Monero (XMR) live price in US dollar (USD). View statistics about today's value, market cap and supply.

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Price to USD 24h change
$ 123.80
-0.83%
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    XMR value statistics

    An overview showing the statistics of Monero, such as the base and quote currency, the rank, and trading volume.

    Price to USD $ 123.80
    Price to BTC 0.00916 BTC
    Rank 16
    24h volume $ 401.13 million
    Market cap $ 2.20 billion
    All-time high (24h average) $ 447.99 on 1/8/2018

    Supply information

    View the total and circulating supply of Monero, including details on how the supplies are calculated.

    17.74 million XMR
    Details
    Total supply 17.74 million XMR
    There are no burned, team or smart contract locked balances to subtract.
    Circulating supply 17.74 million XMR
    Verified supply 100%
    Circulating supply 17.74 million XMR
    Total supply 17.74 million XMR

    Top Monero exchanges

    The top crypto exchanges that have Monero available for trading, ranked by 24h trading volume and the current price.

    Exchanges 24h volume & price
    $ 180.46 million
    $ 123.91
    $ 30.60 million
    $ 124.69
    $ 27.93 million
    $ 124.15
    $ 27.93 million
    $ 124.07
    $ 16.10 million
    $ 123.97
    All XMR exchanges

    Top Monero markets

    A list of the top Monero markets across all crypto exchanges based on the highest 24h trading volume, with their current price.

    Markets 24h volume & price
    1 XMR/USDT WenX Pro
    $ 153.66 million
    $ 123.86
    2 XMR/USDT Bit-Z
    $ 30.60 million
    $ 124.69
    3 XMR/BTC WenX Pro
    $ 26.80 million
    $ 124.20
    4 XMR/USDT Binance
    $ 14.77 million
    $ 124.06
    5 XMR/USDT CoinDCX
    $ 14.77 million
    $ 124.13
    All XMR markets

    What is Monero

    Monero (XMR) is a cryptocurrency which focuses on being untraceable and private. It differs from Bitcoin's in a few key ways, but is very similar to Bitcoin: it’s an anonymous version of Bitcoin. It can be used to buy and sell things, and be exchanged for other coins or tokens.

    The goal of Monero

    The privacy features of Monero gives it its most value. No one can link Monero cryptocurrency transactions to a person. Monero is also created for its fungibility, all Monero coins are identical and mutually interchangeable. Monero has dynamic scalability, which means it has no “pre-set” block size limit. Monero has ASIC resistance and multiple keys.

    Who started Monero

    Bytecoin, launched in 2012, was the precursor of Monero. It was the first digital currency that was written using a technology called CryptoNote. CryptoNote is the spine of most of the privacy-based cryptocurrencies that exist, including Monero. However, there were a few issues with Bytecoin, which lead to a group of seven developers to fork the Bytecoin blockchain. The new currency would be known as Bitmonero, later named Monero. Five of the seven developers decided to stay anonymous. Only two of these Monero developers are known: Riccardo Spagni and David Latapie.

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