What is Monero?
Monero (XMR) is a cryptocurrency that working over the CryptoNote protocol. The main purpose of the protocol is to ensure maximum anonymity and confidentiality of transactions inside the network but no observer can tell the source, amount or destination.
Anonymity in CryptoNote ensured by the use of ring signatures (hide sender) and one-time addresses (hide recipient).
We at Guarda Wallet are devoted to giving our customers and partners the best support that is possible.
Given the situation with COVID-19, we wanted to reassure you that we are prepared and our services will continue to work stably as usual. All of our employees now work remotely and will continue serving you from the safety of our homes, therefore there will not be any interruptions to our work or plans that were set to be achieved.
Guarda Wallet and Simplex are introducing a new feature – now, you can sell cryptocurrency right in the comfort of your wallet. Cashing Bitcoin out is a feature we have been asked to have onboard for a while – so, we are proud and happy to have it go live. In this article, we will break down everything you need to know about converting Bitcoin BTC to cash. (more…)
What is Tezos (XTZ)?
Tezos is a cryptocurrency and blockchain protocol that supports smart contracts and decentralized applications and designed for safety, open participation, and upgradeability.
Upgrades to the protocol are made in a structured framework through clear decision-making from the community and stakeholders.
I think it is relevant to give a little introduction both to the project and to myself. Let’s start with Guarda. Guarda Wallet is a non-custodial, multi-asset, multi-platform cryptocurrency wallet. Currently, we have Web, Desktop, Chrome Extension and Mobile versions of our storages, single-currency apps for Android, the Token Generator, built-in exchanges and purchases and more pretty exciting things hidden within the wallets. You should definitely give it a try and tell me what you think!
Moving on to my own position – I am the Chief Marketing Officer of Guarda and my name is Maria Carola.
What are Blockchain Domain Names?
As the global network develops, traditional domains (.com, .org, .gov, .net, etc.) become ineffective. By analogy with cryptocurrencies, blockchain domains belong directly to the owner, and not to a third party or central authority. The owner has a private key to his domain, so it is completely under his control. In simple words, the Blockchain domain is a set of complex smart contracts and is a domain name system designed for use with any cryptocurrency wallet.
Guarda Wallet and Loopring are announcing the start of a new partner bounty campaign!
Get ready to receive LRC for your knowledge, take part in the ecosystem expansion and have some fun with your favorite crypto projects.