The privacy coin has been oscillating in this dreadful market. Monero (XMR) is one of the top-ranked digital assets and its growth in the industry has been similar to most of the top altcoins. A few days back, Exodus Eden added Monero (XMR) to its newest version 19.2.2.
The co-founder of the Exodus Wallet stated to the users that this is Eden, their beta product that is not linked from their home page. If users are looking for the stability and reliability that Exodus brings, they won’t find it in Eden. They use Eden as their testing ground for new features before they move them into Exodus.
There are some sync issues in the current version 19.2.2, but a new version should be released very soon that would fix the problems. But there are some positives to look ahead and one of the next features on deck is the ability to use your own Monero (XMR) daemon/node.
The MoneroBox focuses to be a plug-and-plug Monero full node and zero-configured. This box runs on a Single-Board-Computer Rock64 with SSD. The users observe the box with the web browser and they can use the box as a remote node for Monero GUI on the Cake wallet or use it on their desktop. The technology of Monero in this project will command line tools and the web User Interface would be updated automatically. This is how MoneroBox would function and they will further update their users regarding it.
Monero (XMR) has recently updated these two projects and overall it is good news for Monero community and this will boost up the pace of its network among the crypto world in the future.
Scrutinizing the market performance of Monero, it has been pretty balanced as compared to the rest of the market. At the time of writing, Monero (XMR) was trading with a price of $42.68 USD having a market cap of $714 million and a trading volume of $47 million. At the moment, XMR is trading at 13th place in the coinmarketcap ranking, but it might go up and down in the coming time due to the shakiness of the market.