Monero Outreach, an independent working group tasked with the promotion of Monero (XMR) solutions, has announced the launch of Monero TV. The new product will deliver exclusive content with a focus on Monero (XMR) progress.
Monero (XMR) on air
According to its introductory description, Monero TV is a newly launched bootleg television station. It will promote Monero (XMR) content, and any community member can share his/her ideas by tagging @Monero_TV on Twitter.
🎦We're on the air in five, four, three... BEEP!⏺️— Monero TV (@Monero_TV) September 25, 2020
📺WORD ON THE STREET📺 Ep. 1
What does #Monero's increasing dominance in the darknet markets mean for #Bitcoin?@SamouraiWallet speaks up
The first episode of Monero TV's inaugural product—Word On The Street talk show—is dedicated to Monero (XMR) utilization as a payment tool for illicit darknet markets.
The team at Samourai Wallet, a privacy instrument for transactional data obfuscation, will discuss the possible effects on Bitcoin (BTC) of Monero's (XMR) increasing dominance in darknet.
As covered previously by CryptoComes, a new "regulatory whitepaper" by Monero and Tari lawyers has been released. It emphasizes that no further restrictions will be useful in the sphere of privacy coins. Experts claim that this whitepaper represents a new-gen approach to privacy coin regulation.
Introducing Monero CPP
Also, an anonymous Monero contributor known as @calciferciccio shared that one more interesting development instrument for Monero-based solutions has been released.
A new project joins the Monero Ecosystem: monero-cpp— ErCiccione (@calciferciccio) September 26, 2020
A library for using a Monero wallet by wrapping Monero Core's C++ wallet#Monero #MoneroEcosystemhttps://t.co/T8uvtVtAju
Monero CPP is a C++ library designed for creating Monero-based applications through "wrapping" Monero Core instruments. The new release supports offline, view-only and multi-signature wallets. According to information published in its main GitHub repository, a well defined API specification and data model will make its developer experience intuitive.