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T1 is a curve point. It is multiplied by 8 to ensure it is on the main subgroup of the Ed25519 curve.
answered Nov 26 '18 by jtgrassie
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The Monero wallets (official or any others that I'm aware of), do not offer any functionality to perform generic range proofs. For a generic range proof, you could use code as in user679128's answer …
answered Jun 4 by jtgrassie
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A good description of this is found in Greg Maxwell's paper on CT: (1 + 1) - (-5 + 7) == 0 This would be interpreted as "someone spends two bitcoins, gets a '-5' bitcoin out that they discard out, …
answered Oct 12 '18 by jtgrassie
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1st (1 Monero) + 3rd (100 Monero) = 4th_Mine (90 Monero) + range proof balancing (11 Monero) 2nd (1 Monero) + 3rd (100 Monero) = 5th_Mine (90 Monero) + range proof balancing (11 Monero) Let' …
answered Oct 7 by jtgrassie