After discovering that Monero and XRP have been added to Edge’s platform, we caught up with Paul Puey—the company’s CEO—to touch base on a few details regarding Monero’s integration. With so many cryptocurrencies available, the process of finding a mobile application that supports all the coins one holds is a bit cumbersome.

Multiply that by five, and you get what it is like to find something like this for Monero or XRP, both of which have excellent standalone wallets, but integration that leaves much to be desired in others. Edge, a multi-coin wallet that focuses primarily on providing a secure platform to hold and trade cryptocurrencies, has just announced that it is integrating Monero and XRP into its platform, which also offers support for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Feathercoin, and Zcoin.

Because of Monero’s intense focus on privacy, we were curious to find out just how the coin’s behavior would be affected by Edge’s integration. We approached Paul Puey to ask him a couple of questions about this cryptocurrency in particular.

PP: We were in constant chat communication on Telegram. They helped us a lot with the understanding of the protocol and libraries needed to get Monero integrated.

We couldn’t have done it without their support. PP: We utilize the library created by the MyMonero team, which I believe defaults to 5 ring signatures for each transaction. Read more from…

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