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Monero or Bitmonero?

Bitmonerod was the original name provided by thankful_for_today The community decided to take over the project from TFT following some disagreements and renamed it Monero. The name bitmonerod is ...
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Monero or Bitmonero?

I'm sure the bitmonero name will hang around for a bit longer, even after the changes that lethos3 linked to, but as an interesting aside: since "Monero" means "coin" in Esperanto "bitmonero" ...
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Why is it called Monero?

As revler1082 has already said, Monero translates to coin in Esperanto. In its early existence Monero used to be called Bitmonero (which translates to Bitcoin in Esperanto). During the community take-...
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Why is it called Monero?

Monero translates to coin in Esperanto. The name of the original project that Monero is based on was called BitMonero, or literally BitCoin in Esperanto.
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What is Monero's release naming convention?

Monero's naming convention of a chemical element + a star or constellation is the result of a discussion on the official forum: "Now for some fun: naming Monero releases" Regarding alliteration: "...
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Monero or Bitmonero?

There was a recent pull request which attempted to change to another name Moonero. The pull request was not merged and the plan mentioned by lethos3 remains in place.
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Which Monero release should be used on Asus Tinker Board?

The Tinker Board uses a Rockchip RK3288, which uses an ARM Cortex-A17. According to Wikipedia, that chip implements the ARMv7-A architecture.
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