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Yes, there are further reasons.
For instance, Monero RPC does not have equivalents of events for new block or transaction received. This means one has to poll (though this is not overly complicated, see eg https://github.com/tippero/python-monero/ for an example).
There is also the fact that the node and wallet are separate binaries. Also, RPC is ...
There is a growing list of merchants that accept Monero below, although the list may not be comprehensive:
Any business that accepts Bitcoin can be paid with XMR.to which automatically converts Monero from the buyer into Bitcoin that will promptly be sent to the Bitcoin merchant.
Shapeshift.io offers a ...
As I understand it, right now it's slightly harder due to the interface that Monero uses, but this is in the process of being standardised so it can be seamlessly integrated with exchanges just like Bitcoin.
This may be the reason that Monero hasn't been integrated with other exchanges, but in the near future this should be one less hurdle.
No, it is just a possible usage that Monero developers neither promote nor advise against.
As written by fluffyponyza:
From the very earliest days of Monero's existence we've been quite insistent on not writing any use-cases for Monero. Our baseline use-case for Monero is somebody purchasing something, like a religious text, that puts their lives at risk ...
Can I accept payment to my local wallet?
Yes, of course.
Do I have to leave my pc open all day long to accept the payments or it will synch when i get login?
Transactions are stored on the blockchain, your Monero wallet is not needed for them to work. You only need it to check your balance and perform transactions yourself.
Are there any transaction ...
I like your intentions. But that's not really going to happen, for a long time, if ever.
As with all cryptocurrencies, the vendor, shop, utility, landlord, etc need to accept it.
There are ways to convert the cryptocurrencies to your local money, and/or to send that to a payee. But they will give a bad exchange rate and add fees on top of that.
In a ...
It's harder, for two main reasons.
First, Monero doesn't have multi-sig yet, which means wallet security is a tougher challenge.
Second, it's different, which makes it harder for any exchange to integrate. They already have infrastructure in place to integrate Bitcoin and Bitcoin-forked coins, but have to build new infrastructure for Monero. It's not as ...