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The private transaction key named "r" in the CryptoNote whitepaper can be used to prove someone received funds.

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Crosschain AMM: multi sig wallet

We’re working on a crosschain AMM. Based on that, we’ve got some questions. Our project is based on monero multi-sig wallet. Currently, Monero marked multisig as experimental after a few issues they ...
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How Elliptic Curve calculations are possible when using base58 addresses, if these are 552 bits long?

EDIT: I mistakenly use the term Stealth Address when referring to a Monero Wallet Subaddress. Please, be aware. I'm aware that "bare" Monero addresses aren't used to perform calculations. ...
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Why is the function open_tx executed twice for each transfer command?

I built a private testnet with reference to this guide. In order to understand how the secret transaction key is generated, I examined how many times the open_tx function (in device_default.cpp) was ...
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Why is the content of tx different between monero-utils-deserialize and print_block?

I built a private testnet with reference to https://github.com/moneroexamples/private-testnet. When I used monero-utils-desirialize to check the public tx key, I noticed that the displayed tx content ...
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How can I get the public tx key on private testnet?

I built a private testnet with reference to https://github.com/moneroexamples/private-testnet. I want to check the public tx key of the issued tx, but I don't know how to check it. I cannot use https:/...
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How to identify sender when they send monero?

My current understanding is that when I expect to receive monero from many people, I send each subaddress to each one of them to identify which one sent how much. But it seems to be troublesome for me ...
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Correctly retrieving the tx_pubkey from a transaction

I found, in the code, an example of a function that retrieves a public key from a transaction. The comments say that because of a previous bug, the tx may contain more than one public key. Do I ...
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Get public key of tx that currently in txpool

Can someone tell me how I can get list of public keys of the transactions, which are currently in the txpool and has not yet been mined? That is, I am interested in how to get this information out of ...
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Using Trezor, trying to retrieve tx_key

I made sure to check that store-tx-info = 1 before sending. I seem to recall trying this in an earlier version and it was successful Now I am getting a result of: get_tx_key txid Wallet password: ...
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Generating key derivation in construct_miner_tx

Good day! I am trying to understand the construct_miner_tx function inside cryptonote_tx_utils.cpp and I am stuck on comparing what is being discussed in the zero to monero reference pdf regarding ...
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Can the sender of the transaction find out via any blockchain explorer, how much money he sent?

The sender has all 4 keys and can have the destination address, but does not have the tx_key, is there any way to find out, how much money he sent in a transaction using any blockchain explorer? Or ...
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Can the sender find an address of the receiver of the transaction when not using GUI wallet?

wallet-CLI was used to send the transaction, but the sender forgot, where he send the money, so is there a way to determine, where it was sent? I would prefer wallet-CLI or wallet-RPC solution if ...
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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 significance does the wallet public spendkey and public viewkey have in a transaction?

I was just wondering what function does the public keys in a wallet address have in creating a transaction or receiving a transaction from someone?
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Why do I see only one transaction key R=rG per transaction while there are multiple output keys P=H(rA)G+B to represent multiple denominations?

As I understand from the whitepaper, the sender picks random r to create one-time output public key P=H(rA)G+B, and the public transaction key R=rG is attached to the transaction data. Since any ...
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How do I prove that a payment has been sent to a particular address?

If I pay someone, and they then claim that the payment has not been received, how can I prove that the payment was in fact sent?
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What is the TX key?

What is the TX key? I know it is related to $r$ from the whitepaper, but I'm not sure which number it is. (I'm thinking it is either r, rA, or H(rA)).
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Simplewallet: How do I get the tx_id needed for check_tx_key and get_tx_key?

I tried to use the transaction hash, but that seems to be something different than tx_id. For example with this: get_tx_key <my-transaction-hash> I got an error "no tx key found for this txid"....
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