From generic legacy signature to CLSAG, a visual-holic journey through Rings flavours, presenting their core properties step-by-step in a poster-size infographic.
The recipe of a delicious RingCT Type 5 transaction: one CLSAG every eleven UTXOs, Moneroj amounts to taste; thicken everything with Pedersen Commitments whose overall equilibrium will be evident to waiters as well, and protect last ones with a BulletProof glaze; serve on chosen Stealth Addresses and consume not before ten blocks later. Cheers!
|library->zkbasicscheatsheet20220621||ZK Basics Cheatsheet|
A lightly theoretical interlude (hopefully still gentle, trying to stress concepts more than formalism and selecting the approached topics) to lay the foundations for Bulletproof and other future Zero-Knowledge-related features, if any.
The terminology around Monero can be very complex and technical. The Moneropedia is a tool created by the Monero community to provide an explanation of these terms in a simple way. Listed below you'll find all the Moneropedia entries in alphabetic order. If you wish to edit an existing voice or to add a new one, click the button at the bottom of the page.
|moneropedia->instructions||Instructions for adding a Moneropedia entry are in the|
|moneropedia->add_new_link||open an issue on this website's GitHub repository||在本網站的 GitLab repository 新開一個 issue|
|moneropedia->back||Back to the Moneropedia|
|tools->intro1||Below is a list of third-party tools for interacting with the Monero ecosystem. <b>These tools are not vetted by the Getmonero team, see the disclaimer at the bottom of this page.</b> If a tool no longer supports Monero or you would like a Monero tool to be listed, please|
|tools->intro2||open a GitHub issue and let us know|
|tools->monerohash-nodes||Monero node map|
|tools->localmonero-blocks||Explorer and Statistics|
|tools->getblockio||Blockchain nodes provider|
|tools->monerofail||Monero node list and node map|