Monero faucets (Updated 1st February)

Monero (XMR) is an open-source cryptocurrency created in April 2014 that focuses on privacy and decentralization that runs on Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, and FreeBSD. Monero uses a public ledger to record transactions while new units are created through a process called mining. Monero aims to improve on existing cryptocurrency design by obscuring sender, recipient and amount of every transaction made as well as making the mining process more egalitarian. Monero’s blockchain protects privacy in three ways. Ring signatures enable the sender to hide among other transaction outputs, stealth addresses hide the receiving address of the transaction and RingCT hides the amount of the transaction. As a consequence, Monero features an opaque blockchain. This is sharp contrast with transparent and traceable blockchain used by Bitcoin. Thus, Monero is said to be “private, optionally transparent”.

Monero has two sets of keys, called a “view key” and a “spend key”. View key can be separately shared to enable optional transparency. However, the system is designed to ease processing on mobile devices, as it is impossible to calculate an accurate wallet balance without a spend key.

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Faucet list

0 minutes – 720-1400 XMR. – 253 XMR (Popup).

5 minutes – 1110 XMR (Popup). – 1100 XMR. – 400 XMR.

10 minutes – 2780 XMR (Popup).

15 minutes – 230-530 XMR + Slots and Dice.