Monero Wallet finally Provides Web-Based Wallet for Tor Browser
A Wallet Provider has successfully introduced a new web-based Monero Wallet specifically for the Tor Browser.
The main purpose of developing such an incredible web browser was the demand of the customers, particularly for the XMR users. With this, they can easily receive and send the cryptocurrency transactions via the Wallet for the Tor network.
The interesting part is that within the Tor network the high rated choice of the users is the Monero (XMR). The sources confirmed that the decentralized future and the economical anonymity stands to be favorable for the whole community.
In order to hold the Wallet, follow the address given: xmrwalletdatuxds.onion.
This .onion is specially used as a suffix for the official websites on the Tor Browser. The experts of the platform gave a reason for fixing such address as
“After long considerations and hundreds upon hundreds of onion addresses generated to choose from, this was the best pick and easy to remember.”
Hope you all are aware of the complicated past of the XMR Wallets with the Tor browser. As per the report of Monero GitHub, it was stated that Monero was not developed to integrate with the Tor. This is the only reason that several steps were then taken to utilize XMR with the network.
Moreover, the Graphical User Interface (GUI) XMR wallet also witnessed the same issue. The customers had to follow some complicated steps to integrate with the Tor.
So basically the address assigned states that the darknet marketplace customers will not have to suffer and they can avail the services. This will further increase the customers to access the marketplaces and avail the services.
The holders of XMR can now be integrated with the Tor browser and finally act as a gateway for many users of XMR as well as for the Tor.
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