Crashed Monero [XMR] still breathing, added on Edge Wallet!

On June 21st, Edge Wallet announced on Twitter, the launch of Monero [XMR] on its trading list. Edge Wallet is a cryptocurrency wallet for storing various assets in one place for guided protection. It is based out of San Diego, California and was founded at the end of 2015. The recent tweet of Edge Wallet reads:

“We have the great pleasure to inform you, in your Edge wallet, you will now find $XMR. @monero has been on our list for a while and we are happy to provide it for the community. @fluffypony @XMRenthusiast @mariodian @BGGoodell @ArtofNBG @monero_observer #crypto #privacy #monero”

The wallet provides services such as multi-asset support, an exchange between assets, and in-app buying and selling. The wallet features an easy security interface with just a touch ID or PIN. It can be used to store several desired assets in one place, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and now Monero.

Co-founded by Riccardo Spagni in April 2014, Monero began with a goal of high-end security via complete privacy as well as anonymity. However goal oriented, this very feature has swamped the coin in a lot of trouble. Off late, Monero has been a part of many controversies. From hacked coins to cryptojacking and social media spats, Monero has seen it all.

Homer J is an active XMR trader and Twitter user, who wrote:

“Not sure if I would trust mobile wallet with my XMR… waiting for @TREZOR support 🙁 but congrats anyway on the integration, folks.”

Will Pangman, a crypto-enthusiast commented:

“This is flat wrong. It’s safer than anything on the mobile market today. Go wash up.”


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Priyamvada Singh


Priyamvada is a full-time journalist at AMBCrypto. A graduate in Journalism & Communication from Manipal University, she believes blockchain technology to be a revolutionary tool in advancing the future. Currently, she holds no value in cryptocurrencies.


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