- How to Use Monero on White House Market
Our market is XMR exclusive. This is not a complete Monero user guide but merely some recommendations for new users.
We strongly advise against sending coin from an exchange to the market or using an exchange address for refunds as this is a serious opsec error, it may not work or you may lose your coin. Some exchanges add a payment ID to their address and this is not supported.
More information about White House Market is available at the White House Market information and links page.
We strongly advise against using a web or online wallet. Only use local wallets to store your coins. Remember, if you don’t control the private keys, it’s not your coin. Web wallets may decide to lock your account, request KYCs or simply decide to steal your money. This applies to every cryptocurrency not just to Monero. So again: use a local wallet.
Save your recovery details in a safe place, in a scrambled / encrypted format. If something goes wrong (disk crashes or similar) you can restore your wallet and recover your coin.
- Linux, Windows, Mac: The official Monero client from https://web.getmonero.org/downloads/ (clearnet link).
- Android: Monerujo from https://github.com/m2049r/xmrwallet, https://www.monerujo.io (clearnet links), also available on FDroid.
- IOS: Cake Wallet from https://cakewallet.io/ (clearnet link)
We advise against using a mobile phone/tablet for dark net activities if you don’t really know what you are doing. Unless properly secured mobile devices are a security and privacy nightmare.
- http://localmonerogt7be.onion/nojs (.onion) [No JS]
- https://bisq.io/ (clearnet)
- https://moneroforcash.com (clearnet) [No JS]
- https://localxmr.to/ (clearnet)
Note 1: Those were taken from http://dreadditevelidot.onion/d/Monero
Note 2: While we don’t recommend using any exchange requiring KYC, if you send your XMR to your local wallet first you should be ok.