MonerEOS (XME) - MonerEOS.org
MonerEOS is a secure and private. Untraceable cryptocurrency based on the CryptoNote protocol.
List of attributes for the MonerEOS token
- Complete privacy. No risk of future disclosure
- User-created tokens
- Potential for gambling apps
- 2 trx per second per account
- No staking or voting
- 200ms confirmation and irreversible
- Unknowable exact supply, estimates only
- Generally deflationary
- Require initial trusted setup
- Not possible to detect breach in security until
new supply enters market
- Security would likely take nation state level
- No new crypto math
- Tech foundation already used by governments
for most secure infrastructure
What Is A Hard Fork?
A hard fork is when a single cryptocurrency splits in two.
It occurs when a cryptocurrency’s existing code is changed, resulting in both an old and new version.
This case is somewhat unique, whereby XMR and EOS were co-forked into MonerEOS (XME).
When Was The Hard Fork?
Snapshot Date: 5th of April, 2019 20:00 UTC
Snapshot Blocks: calculate for XMR and calculate for EOS.
Mainnet Launch: April 8, 2019
Can I claim my XME?
When the hard fork took place, a snapshot of all existing XMR and EOS holdings occured.
Anyone holding XMR or EOS in a wallet or supported exchange has been credited
MonerEOS (XME) at a 1:1 ratio for Monero(XMR) and 20:1 ratio for EOS.
For example, if you held 26 XMR and 380 EOS, you would receive 45 XME.
Circulating Supply: 62,194,500 XME
Total Supply: 84,200,000 XME
Block Time: Every 120 seconds
Block Size: Dynamic (max 2xM100)
Privacy: Ring signature. Stealth addresses