Questions tagged [ringct]

New protocol designed by the Monero Research Labs combining ring signatures from CryptoNote with Confidential transactions. RingCT transactions are not only untraceable (ring signature) but also keep the transaction amount private (confidential transaction).

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MLSAG adaptation?

I understand that the main reason why the RCTTypeFull scheme is not applied to multi-input transactions is that the true signing keys in the MLSAG algorithm are on the same row, which impacts ...
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ZK-STARK vs ring-ct size and verification

How does the transaction size of ZK-STARK transactions compare with ring-CT? Also I understand it requires a lot of ram and computing power to create a ZK-STARK, does it take the same amount of ram ...
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"Error: One of the destinations is zero" on Monero CLI wallet when trying to send a transaction with >6000 ring signatures?

I wanna do 7500 ring CTs on my transaction but I keep getting that error. Anyone know a work-around? Also when I lower it to 5000 ring CTs I get "Error: failed to find a suitable way to split ...
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Borromean signatures in monero commiting to an empty string?

In the codebase, the Borromean signatures to reduce the size of range proofs seem to sign an empty string,which is different from the paper by Maxwell et al. Is it true? Thanks for any answer.
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Build RCT for new(?) format

I'm trying to build a Monero transaction using the mymonero-core library. So far I've been following the code from the tests, however I'm not quite sure what to do with the "rct" part of the previous ...
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Understanding a security proof of RingCT 3.0

I am reading the paper "RingCT 3.0 for Blockchain Confidential Transaction: Shorter Size and Stronger Security" (https://eprint.iacr.org/2019/508.pdf), an improvement to Ring Confidential Transactions....