Monero (XMR) rose again to triple-digit prices, on news of potential additional exchange listings. XMR has raised doubts in the past, leading to a series of delistings from Japanese exchanges. In general, depositing XMR on an exchange requires at least some de-anonymization, or else the trader may not see the coins reflected on the exchange balance. But upon withdrawal, XMR can obscure the source and movements of coins.
Now, Riccardo Spagni has opened up about Monero’s strategy to get more representation on widely used markets. XMR will come with a package explaining the coin’s usage and the possibilities to achieve the transparency required by regulators:
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