Monero (XMR) team released a statement to inform its users that they can now use Ledger Nano S crypto wallet using the latest Monerujo Version 1.6.3, and the portfolio also is available on Google Play, F-Droid, and GitHub. Monerujo is the world’s first mobile app, an entirely open-source platform, that can administer and use Monero (XMR) wallets.
Monerujo 1.6.3 for Nano S comes with improvements
According to the announcement made by Monero (XMR) and Monerujo, the new version Monerujo 1.6.3 comes out with many new features and enhancements.
As reported, Monerujo 1.6.3 comes with:
- Bug fixes;
- On-The-Go (OTG) support for Nano S wallet;
- Sending and receiving via NFC;
- New languages support: Russian, Romanian, Hungarian, Swedish, and Greek;
Monerujo received positive feedback from the Monero (XMR) community
The Monero (XMR) enthusiasts have welcomed the launch of the new Monerujo Version 1.6.3.
“The idea that I can plug my Nano S wallet into my phone, scan payment QR codes, and carry out transactions from Monerujo which is shared to the network of Monero (XMR) by sending a remote node on the network to protect his privacy, sounds super cool,” stated a user on Reddit.
Lately, Monero (XMR) got involved in a series of malware crypto mining attacks, starting with the hackers attacking online gaming platforms, and culminating with them infecting approximately 200,000 routers in Brazil with a hidden Monero (XMR) mining malware.
Monero (XMR) price
At the moment of this writing, Monero (XMR) is trading at $88.44, after declining by 9.75% in the last 24 hours due to the recent massive correction in the cryptocurrencies market. In the previous seven days, XMR dropped by 23.40%.
On the other hand, Monero (XMR) has recently been adopted as the only payment method for brandable Tor network domains. Also, deposits and withdrawals in XMR relaunched on BitHumb cryptocurrency exchange.