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Frequently asked questions

MoneroV is a private, untraceable, finite and secure cryptocurrency fork of the Monero blockchain. A split will occur at block 1564965 when MoneroV miners will start to create blocks on the MoneroV network.

The new MoneroV blockchain will contain the history of all transaction up until block 1564965 and all Monero coin holders will receive 10x their XMR balance amount as MoneroV coins (XMV) after the fork.

Among other differences, MoneroV has limited supply of coins while Monero’s coin supply is infinite, and MoneroV will implement new protocols that will solve the scaling problems facing Monero and other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. You can read more in detail in the: MoneroV roadmap

Anyone who holds Monero prior to the fork (that will occur ~30th April 2018) will be an owner of MoneroV and will receive 10 times the Monero amount as MoneroV coins (XMV). For example, if you hold 1 Monero coin (XMR) prior to the fork, you will own 10 MoneroV after the fork.

If a third party stores your Monero coins, like for example an exchange, you need to inquire with them about your MoneroV.

An advanced privacy coin with extra add-ons, more governance, less spam and botnet mining. Our development team works on several key features such as MimbleWimble protocol integration, sidechain support, spam elimination and more.

Approximately on 30th of March 2018 (block 1564965).

No official statements by exchanges were made yet. It is expected that medium-large exchanges will support the fork after examining the blockchain. It is recommended you store your XMR locally.

Get in touch with the exchange you store Monero with for further support.

We are always looking for help from enthusiastic and technical people. If you are looking to become a part of our community, join our talk on Reddit, Slack, or code on Github.

Have more questions?

If you have a question about the fork, team or technology, get in touch on our Subreddit or Telegram group.