Monero vs Bitcoin
Monero has far more enhanced privacy features compared to Bitcoin: stealth addresses & ring signatures
Stealth addresses make sure your balance of your wallet is private by default. Unlike with Bitcoin, Monero transactions to a particular wallet cannot be linked together.
Ring signatures make sure individual transaction outputs on the blockchain can’t be traced. Ring signatures give Monero fungibility, there can never be “dirty” Monero coins.
You can trade XMR on
Poloniex with fees of .15%/.25% and also on Bitfinex - sign up with this link to get the generous fees of .09%/.18%. Best Monero charts and indicators are available on TradingView.
Trezor hardware wallet so far doesn’t have XMR integration even though that’s what we all wish for.
Ledger CTO said in June 2017 they will implement Monero, ETA is to be announced. "Filtering posts by altcoin: xmr"
Last update 28 Jun 2017: It looks like Slush & Co. don't want to miss out after the Ledger people promised to implement on Monero, but...
Last update 15 Jun 2017: The likelihood of Monero getting its first hardware wallet is growing - the CTO of Ledger wallet says the next step is providing ETA.
Last update 18 May 2017: After WannaCry, UIWIX Ransomware and Monero-Mining Malware Follow Suit
Last update 23 Mar 2017: Monero CLI wallet is the only reasonable and well tested option we have to store larger amount of XMR although the new beta graphical wallet (GUI) is out too. Finally something user-friendly.
Last update 18 Jun 2017: The promises of upcoming Monero hardware wallets are for now just promises.
Last update 13 Apr 2017: Monero vs Dash - both are privacy oriented altcoins which is also pretty much the only thing that many traders know about them. Let's go a bit fundamentalistic though.
Last update 22 Jan 2017: One of the most mature altcoins. How to hold it though?
Last update 03 Jan 2017: Monero trading on Kraken opened on 2nd of January 2017
Last update 20 Jul 2016: Altcoin value: Some altcoins are meant for payments and remittance, some altcoins are network tokens.