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global:
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  date: '%Y/%m/%d'
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  monero: Monero
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  getting_started: Getting Started
  copyright: Copyright
  monero_project: The Monero Project
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  terms: Terms
  privacy: Privacy
  copyright: Copyright
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menu:
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  forum: Forum
  blog: Blog
  knowledge_base: Knowledge Base
  community: Community
  bitcointalk: Bitcointalk Thread
  reddit: Reddit
  allblog: All Blog Posts
  devdiaries: Dev Diaries
  missives: Monero Missives
  uncategorised: Uncategorized
  choose: How to Choose a Monero Client
  running: How to Run a Monero Node
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  donations: Donating and Sponsorships
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  downloads: All Monero Downloads
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  merchants: Monero Merchant Directory
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  accepting: Accepting Monero Payments
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  about: About Monero
  people: The People Behind Monero
  wiki: Moneropedia
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  userguides: User Guides
  developerguides: Developer Guides
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  openalias: The OpenAlias Project
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  lab: Monero Research Lab
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  alternative: Alternative Clients
  projects: External Projects
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  irc: IRC on Freenode
  irc-general: "#monero (General)"
  irc-development: "#monero-dev (Development)"
  irc-trading: "#monero-otc (OTC Trading)"
  irc-markets: "#monero-markets (Markets)"
  irc-mining: "#monero-pools (Mining)"
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index:
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  page_title: "Monero - secure, private, untraceable"
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  what_is: What is
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  what_is_orange_block: "Monero is a secure, private, untraceable currency that is open-source and freely available to all."
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  what_is_text_block_1: "You are your own bank, you control and are responsible for your funds, and nobody can trace your transfers."
  what_is_text_block_2: "Want to find out more? An overview of Monero's main features are below, and if you'd like to try Monero for yourself the"
  what_is_text_block_3: "Getting Started"
  what_is_text_block_4: "section is an excellent launching point."
  news: News
  the_latest: The Latest
  date_1: July 6th
  date_2: July 27th
  news_1: "Monero Missive #5"
  news_2: "Monero Missive #4"
  news_text_1: "includes an update on new features (rpcwallet and properly daemonizing the daemon) that are ready for testing."
  news_text_2: "includes fluffypony at the Bitcoin Supernode conference, as well as major changes to keep the Monero daemon and wallet a lot more stable and reliable."
  private: Private
  secure: Secure
  untraceable: Untraceable
  private_text: "Monero uses a cryptographically sound system to allow you to send and receive funds without your transactions being easily revealed on the blockchain (the ledger of transactions that everyone has). This ensures that your purchases, receipts, and all transfers remain absolutely private by default."
  untraceable_text: "By taking advantage of ring signatures, a special property of certain types of cryptography, Monero is able to ensure that transactions are not only untraceable, but have an optional measure of ambiguity that ensures that transactions cannot easily be tied back to an individual user or computer."
  secure_text: "Using the power of a distributed peer-to-peer consensus network, every transaction on the network is cryptographically secured. Individual wallets have a 24 word mnemonic that is only displayed once, and can be written down to backup the wallet. Wallet files are encrypted with a passphrase to ensure they are useless if stolen."
  why_use: Why use
  why_1: "It's private by default, optionally transparent (just like cash!) - the details of individual transactions, or even of an entire wallet, can be revealed publicly or privately"
  why_2: "It has a a strong core team actively developing Monero, along with an amazing group of of mathematicians, cryptographers, developers, and marketing specialists actively working on it"
  why_3: "A great deal of focus has been placed on improving the usability of Monero, with the aim of providing a cryptocurrency that is more readily accessible to end users"
  why_4: "It was launched fairly and evenly, with no single entity unfairly controlling any significant amount of Monero or providing any sort of unfair advantage (such as an 'instamine' or 'premine')"
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  how_do_i: "How do I "
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  get_started: get started
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  get_started_1: "The fastest way to start using Monero is by using a web wallet such as "
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  mymonero: "MyMonero"
  get_started_2: "."
  get_started_3: "Alternatively, if you would like to run a full Monero node you can download the client and a kick-starter blockchain (to bring your local client up to speed) using the download link on the right."
  where_can_i: Where can I
  download: download
  different_os: "Need it for a different operating system?"
  all_downloads: View all downloads here
  c_download: Downloads
  monero_for: Monero for
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  latest_blockchain: Latest Blockchain
blog:
  title_1: All
  title_2: Blog
  title_3: Posts
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  tagged: Tagged under
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  author: Posted by
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tags:
  all: Articles by Tag
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  notags: There are no posts for this tag.