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What is MoneroV, and how is it different than Monero?

I have heard of an upcoming airdrop called MoneroV. Can someone explain the relationship between Monero and MoneroV, and explain their differences?
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What is Monero's mechanism for defending against a double-spend attack?

The title says it all, but I want to frame the issue two ways, in hopes of a slightly more in-depth answer. With Bitcoin, the blockchain is transparent. In the "ordinary course of business" in the ...
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Can a One-Time public key be used for more than one payment?

If I understand correctly, every new payment will ideally have a different one-time public key for increased privacy. However, could a one-time public key receive Monero more than once (as in ...
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How can I spend coins if other people can't see my balance?

So I have 5 monero, but if nobody else can see my balance, how can I prove that these coins are in my posession, and that they have not been spent yet. I just fail to see how Monero can ensure that ...
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How does a third-party verify that I have the XMR to make a payment?

Say I have 10 XMR but I want to pay out 11 XMR. How do nodes tell that I don't have enough XMR? Do I have to share my viewkey with them?
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Is it easily provable by a third party that the key image used in a transaction is associated with the spent output without revealing the (P,I) pair?

What I'm getting at is I'd like to know how the Monero network can know that a key image used in a transaction is not either forged (probably an easy answer) or created from a different output owned ...
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What keys are being used to create the key image and how is it verified?

So i'm trying to pin this down since yesterday and i simply cannot find a definite answer. Read dozens of posts and few papers specifically on this topic and while i developed a "belief" that it has ...
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How do ring signatures work when there are multiple UTXOs from which you have to collect monero coin?

User A has 3 UTXOs which sum up to 10 XMR. How does the Key Image ensure that all three utxos cannot be double spent?
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Where are the signatures of a ring coming from?

In a Monero transaction, according to explanation videos: The non-signers are past transaction outputs pulled from the blockchain, which act as decoys. These outputs together make the inputs of a ...
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Are the target key, k_image tx pub unique?

Are the target key, k_image tx pub unique and no repetitions in all blockchain?
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