This is a relevant question for developers. Which font is used in the Monero logo, found here?

  • It's probably a custom font - or at least a modified font.
    – FatalErr0r
    Commented Nov 17, 2016 at 18:08
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    I don't have the answer, but if you dive into the files of the official branding package, you'll be able to see in the Monero-Logo.ai file the following: %%For: (Riccardo Spagni) (). Maybe he knows who knows …
    – dpzz
    Commented Nov 17, 2016 at 23:19

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Riccardo Spagni (fluffypony) stated that the logo uses Century Gothic here.

The 'R' used in some versions (current branding package) doesn't seem to belong in the font family though. The 'E' also looks slighty wider. It's likely customized from the original submission.

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    It's Century Gothic, some letters are slightly modified for kerning and typography as you've noted. These modifications were made by the original GUI designer:) Commented Dec 20, 2016 at 7:46

Monero uses a modified version of Century Gothic.

You can see the differences here and download a free Monero version.


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