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specs->privacytech_title Main privacy enhancing technologies
specs->privacytech_ringct @RingCT
specs->privacytech_tor-i2p Transactions over Tor/I2P
research-lab->iacr2019654 Concise Linkable Ring Signatures and Forgery Against Adversarial Keys
research-lab->iacr2019654_abstract We demonstrate that a version of non-slanderability is a natural definition of unforgeability for linkable ring signatures. We present a linkable ring signature construction with concise signatures and multi-dimensional keys that is linkably anonymous if a variation of the decisional Diffie-Hellman problem with random oracles is hard, linkable if key aggregation is a one-way function, and non-slanderable if a one-more variation of the discrete logarithm problem is hard. We remark on some applications in signer-ambiguous confidential transaction models without trusted setup.
faq->stackexchange One of the most complete resources about Monero. If you have a question which is not in this FAQ, you will likely find the answer on the Monero StackExchange.
faq->userguides A collection of documents to help users interact with the Monero network and its components.
faq->devguides Guides and resources for developers.
faq->monerosupport The subreddit dedicated to help monero users. Basically community members helping each others. Use the search option.
faq->monerohow Old and known resources with a good number of guides and howto's
faq->qword What's the meaning of [technical word]?
faq->aword The terminology used in Monero can be quite complex, for this reason we have the
faq->aword1 A comprehensive list of terms that you often see and their explanation. If you don't know what a word means or you would like to have more info about it, just visit the Moneropedia. Some example of often searched terms are: @node, @fungibility, @view-key, @pruning.
faq->qcontribute How can I contribute?
faq->acontribute Monero is an open source community project. Meaning that there is no company who runs it and there is no CEO who hires people. Everything is built by volunteers or community-funded contributors who dedicate their time to the project. There are many ways to contribute:
faq->acontribute1 Translations. It's easy and anybody speaking a language beside English can help. Translations happen mostly on
faq->acontribute2 Contact a Workgroup. Almost everything in Monero is managed by workgroups, which are groups of contributors (often lead by a coordinator) working on some specific aspect of the development. Some examples are: the localization workgroup (translations), the community workgroup, the GUI workgroup, the Outreach workgroup and so on. Workgroups are mostly independent and have their own structure. Contact the workgroup that interests you and ask how you can help. For a list of contacts see the
faq->acontribute3 Do what you can do best. Are you a designer? Create Monero related images and spread them around. Are you a writer? Write about Monero. The only limit is your imagination. Find what you like to do and do it for Monero!
faq->acontribute4 The Outreach workgroup wrote a useful article to help newcomers:
faq->qwallet What wallet should I use?