ZCash Company’s “Sapling” Protocol To Revolutionize Private Transactions As reported by Ethereum World News in the past weeks, the Monero (XMR) bulletproof protocol has quickly been hailed as a resounding success, with transaction fees plummeting by upwards of 97% and transactional data sizes seeing an 80% haircut. Just recently, in a testament to the success of
BTC.com engineer and concerned Monero user ‘Lacksfish’ has outlined a troubling bias towards the use of coinbase (block reward) transactions as decoys (also known as mixins) occuring on the post-fork Monero chain, with potentially troublesome privacy implications. The Github issue outlined here points towards a concerning number of recent transactions in which there is a disproportionate
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Monero “BulletProofs” Go Live After months of toiling behind the scenes, as reported by Ethereum World News, Monero (XMR) developers breathed a sigh of relief on Thursday, when the popular blockchain saw its successful upgrade to v0.13.0.0., known as “Beryllium Bullet.” While there were many technical changes that the upgrade fixed, there were two fundamental
The Daily The battle for privacy is ramping up. Every day, in the cryptocurrency space, we learn of increased blockchain surveillance, countered by the efforts of privacy protocol developers. We’ve got stories from both sides of the divide in this episode of The Daily, plus a “bitcoin mansion” that’s up for sale. Also read: Blockchain Surveillance
Advertisement Monero (XMR) forked successfully earlier today, and the network has seen no major hiccups so far. This release is unlike the usual ones that try to keep up with deterring ASIC miners. The release, called “Monero 0.13.0 “Beryllium Bullet,” includes a significant overhaul of the network’s protocol through the introduction of bulletproofs. Bulletproofs Explained