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Monero was launched in April 2014. It was a fair, pre-announced launch of the CryptoNote reference code. There was no premine or instamine, and no portion of the block reward goes to development. See the original Bitcointalk thread here. The founder, thankful_for_today, proposed some controversial changes that the community disagreed with. A fallout ensued, and the Monero Core Team forked the project with the community following this new Core Team. This Core Team has provided oversight since.
Monero has made several large improvements since launch. The blockchain was migrated to a different database structure to provide greater efficiency and flexibility, minimum ring signature sizes were set so that all transactions were private by mandate, and RingCT was implemented to hide the transaction amounts. Nearly all improvements have provided improvements to security or privacy, or they have facilitated use. Monero continues to develop with goals of privacy and security first, ease of use and efficiency second.
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General
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Dates: TBA
Token info
Ticker: XMR
Platform: Monero
Token Type: Utility
2014
Launched on Bitcointalk
Renamed from Bitmonero to Monero
Recovered from a spam attack
Monero Research Lab Papers 1 and 2 published
Monero Research Lab Paper 3 published
0.8.8.6 released
2015
Monero Research Lab Paper 4 published
2016
anuary
0.9.0 Hydrogen Helix released
February
Monero Research Lab Paper 5 published
March
Network Upgrade to require minimum ringsize of 3 on all transactions
September
0.10.0 Wolfram Warptangent released
Network Upgrade to split coinbase into denominations
December
0.10.1 Wolfram Warptangent released
Official GUI Beta 1 released
2017
January
Network Upgrade to enable RingCT transactions
February
0.10.2 released; critical vulnerability patched
March
0.10.3.1 Wolfram Warptangent released
April
Network Upgrade to adjust minimum blocksize and dynamic fee algorithm
July
Website redesigned
0.11.0.0 Helium Hydra released
Fluffy blocks
GUI out of beta
Network Upgrade to increase minimum ringsize to 5 and require RingCT transactions
GUI 0.11.0.0 Helium Hydra released
0MQ/ZeroMQ
October
Subaddresses
Monero Research Lab Paper 6 published
0.11.1.0 Helium Hydra released
GUI 0.11.1.0 Helium Hydra released
December
Multi-signatures (multisig)
2018
March
0.12.0.0 Lithium Luna released
April
GUI 0.12.0.0 Lithium Luna released
New Proof of Work CryptoNightV2
Network upgrade to increase minimal ringsize to 7, integrate multisig, subaddresses, and change PoW algo
Getmonero.org Localization in French and Polish
May
0.12.1.0 Lithium Luna released
June
Ledger Hardware Wallets Support
0.12.2.0 Lithium Luna released
July
0.12.3.0 Lithium Luna released
GUI 0.12.3.0 Lithium Luna released
August
Kovri alpha release
Getmonero.org Moneropedia open for Localization
Getmonero.org Localization in Arabic
October
0.13.0.2 Beryllium Bullet released
GUI 0.13.0.3 Beryllium Bullet released
New Proof of Work CryptoNightV3
Implementation of Bulletproofs to reduce transaction sizes
Network upgrade to increase minimal ringsize to 11, integrate Bulletproofs, update fees calculation algorithm, and change PoW algo
0.13.0.4 Beryllium Bullet released
November
Monero Research Lab Papers 8 and 9 published
GUI 0.13.0.4 Beryllium Bullet released
Monero Research Lab Paper 7 published
December
Monero Research Lab Paper 10 published
Implementation of Monero Messaging System (MMS) to automate multisig wallets information exchange
2019
February
Getmonero.org Localization in German
0.14.0.0 Boron Butterfly released
March
GUI 0.14.0.0 Boron Butterfly released
New Community Crowdfunding System (CCS) to replace the Forum Funding System (FFS)
0.14.0.2 Boron Butterfly released
New Proof of Work CryptoNightR
Getmonero.org Localization in Brazilian-Portuguese and Dutch
May
DLSAG: Non-Interactive Refund Transactions For Interoperable Payment Channels in Monero
July
Blockchain pruning
Trezor model T support
Ledger Nano X support
Tor & I2P CLI wallet integration
Multisig Messaging System
October
Localization platform change: from Pootle to Weblate
November
Pay for service system using mining (RPC-Pay)
IPv6 support
Standalone (long) payment ID support removed
GUI automatic remote nodes discovering and switching option
New Proof of Work RandomX
2020
February
Getmonero translatable on Weblate
March
GUI 0.15.0.4 released
CLI 0.15.0.5 released
April
Implementation of the Dandelion++ protocol
May
CLI and GUI 0.16.0.0 released
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