I heard something about XMRdotTwo (or maybe XMRdotTo?). Can someone explain to me what this is? I heard that you can use it to pay Bitcoin addresses with Monero.

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You are probably referring to XMR.to, a website that allows people to make anonymous payments to a Bitcoin address with Monero.

XMR.to website main page

XMR is the trading symbol for Monero, which is why the domain is relevant.

You can learn more about BinaryFate, one of the founders of XMR.to, in this podcast.

The website has no registration. However, they log your IP address. For extra privacy, the service can be accessed through its onion (Tor) site xmrto2bturnore26.onion.

  • Is the name public by binaryFate's own explicit choice ?
    – user36303
    Jun 28, 2017 at 8:21
  • @user36303 It is mentioned publicly in the linked podcast.
    – sgp
    Jun 28, 2017 at 8:24
  • I make no secret about link between name and nickname but no need to feed google with explicit easy to find statement. I edited and removed name as unnecessary to (good btw) answer.
    – binaryFate
    Aug 3, 2017 at 16:54

XMR.to started as an instant, no-signup, non-KYC Monero to Bitcoin exchange but has since grown to include some more services, including:

  • XMR -> BTC exchange
  • Public nodes, including Testnet/Stagenet and Tor nodes [1]
  • An API for creating exchange orders/viewing price [2]
  • Block explorer [3]
  • Testnet/Stagenet faucet [4]
  • Network node map [5]
  • Aeon (Monero fork) version [6]

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