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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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There are in-depth ways to answer your concerns, but it seems like you probably already understand most of it already, and it's just a matter of stepping back and seeing the whole picture. There are …
answered Nov 27 '17 by scoobybejesus
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It is true that the sender risks losing the secret if he deletes his wallet cache or something like that happens. However, the only thing that would permanently be lost to the sender is the public ad …
answered Mar 1 '18 by scoobybejesus
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The input comes from a non-RingCT transaction. The outputs are RingCT outputs, and are therefore reflected as 0. …
answered Jan 18 '17 by scoobybejesus
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If you're dead set on spending a particular output, you can limit monero-wallet-cli to selecting only a single output with set min-outputs-count 1000. See this answer for a bit more information on th …
answered Aug 16 '17 by scoobybejesus
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Monero does not require that "mixing" happens at the same time that other spenders want to "mix" their coins. Rather, the sender constructs the complete transaction prior to broadcasting it to the ne …
answered Jan 19 by scoobybejesus