Where Monero (XMR) is Accepted Locally and Globally — Over 1000 Businesses

Monero is the most popular privacy coin — this means that you can do commerce with whoever you want with complete anonymity.

A deserved critique of Bitcoin and many other cryptos is that the blockchain is public so anyone can see which addresses you’re sending money to — it’s pretty easy to see what you’re paying for. And hopefully, you’re not buying anything you shouldn’t but don’t discount the importance of privacy. You never know how or when your financial history could be used against you. So there’s a lot of value in privacy coins like Monero.

Businesses, large and small, recognize the value of privacy — over 1000 accept Monero.

How to get Monero

I contend that Monero is drastically undervalued considering its popularity and prominence. I expect it to gain value over time as more businesses adopt it and governments’ regulations drive the demand for a secure, safe, and totally private medium of commerce.


Monero is a privacy-focused cryptocurrency released in 2014. It is an open-source protocol based on CryptoNote. It uses an obfuscated public ledger, meaning anyone can send or broadcast transactions, but no outside observer can tell the source, amount, or destination.

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