We are excited to update the community on the recent additions and improvements to the MoneroV project & team. Be sure to get updated and check out the community & ambassador program, join the discussion on Telegram and follow us on Twitter.

New Team and Community Members

We are glad to announce the addition of Ariel (@Hoorinaiito) to our development team! Besides being the founder of LuKa, he is an experienced C++ developer that will contribute to all aspects of the MoneroV development phases.

And congratulations to Antony (@Antony047) who is now the latest addition to our community team, as an Admin of the MoneroV Telegram chat, as well as an admin for the Russian XMV community!

We are always looking for highly skilled individuals to join the MoneroV team. If you are thrilled working on a leading privacy crypto-currency, get in touch with us by emailing us at [email protected] Available positions include:

  • C++ developer with at least two years of Qt experience and experience with blockchain protocols. Full or part-time work opportunity to work on the MoneroV GUI.
  • Community and outreach manager with proven knowledge working on a CryptoNote / Privacy based blockchain project. Help expand social media reach, outreach campaigns and be in charge of 3rd party merchant integration (to include XMV)  from start to finish.

HitBTC Implementation and Clarifications

As most of the community is well aware, HitBTC has announced support of the MoneroV fork previously in several occasions. Our team is still in close contact with their representatives and have progressed with implementation steps. As of late, we have already supplied their team with XMV for testing purposes and were assured that listing date is fast approaching. We are waiting on their team’s update of a set listing date on which will update the community of as soon as we will have it.

Continuous Integration Pipeline

We had explored and tested different CI/CD frameworks in order to streamline the development and testing of new code additions. As the MoneroV static binary creation requires a very flexible framework that can handle specific details for every OS, we had decided to improve the Buildbot pipeline. In the past, the pipeline could not deal with releasing the full static binaries automatically as it required manual configuration at the linking stage. From now on this is all automated and new releases will be much faster.

CryptoNote Double Counting Outs Bug – Implementation By Exchanges

Users can now safely deposit and withdraw XMV in popular exchanges. If an exchange has suspended deposits or withdrawals, it has nothing to do with XMV’s functionality, as after the Cryptonote double-counting bug fix was released (as was detailed in the recent update), exchanges are able to update their codebase and resume with XMV trading.

On the same note, we have few additional pools joining the MoneroV movement, including xmv.codpool.com and supportmonerov.com.

Upcoming XMV Blockchain Trivia – 16.8 – 7 PM GMT

We will be hosting a second round of the XMV blockchain community trivia next Thursday, 7 PM GMT. This time on our Telegram channel. We will be featuring related questions and host giveaways upward of 500 XMV.


Be sure to get in touch! Official MoneroV links:


Twitter (Community)

Official Website

Blockchain Explorer 




team [@] monerov.org

Official SubReddit

Official ANN Thread

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