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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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Buying Monero and saving to Ledger

I wish to buy cryptocurrency (Monero) for the first time: I have no real knowledge of how to do this, and I wish to pay in cash. Can this be done? I have bought a Ledger Nano S but haven't received it ...
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Is there an easy way of creating a transaction in NodeJs?

I'm trying to construct a transaction and send it to the network using NodeJs. I asked around and was told to take a look at mymonero-core-js. While it seems like the library is exactly what I need, I'...
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What determines who gets the block reward

I am trying to understand the monero code and was unsure how the code decides which address to the block reward to and how it is done. I have been able to follow the proccess up until we decide how ...
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5-party Ring Signatures still being implicatory for sender?

Why are 5-party ring signatures enough for privacy? I don't understand how even if I get everything else right privacy-wise, I can still be connected to a transaction and potentially implicated in ...
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Why Monero used to split amounts by denominations?

I'm reading about Monero and the CryptoNote paper in general. I somewhat understand both the stealth addresses and the ring signatures. Reading this stackexchange I've encountred several times that ...
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What is the command in monero cli to send some coins to an address or multiple addresses at once? [duplicate]

What is the cli command to send some coins to 1 address and the command to send to multiple addresses by paying a fee once?