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how can I compute subaddress Sa(a,i) where a is the account index and i is the subaddress index within the account? You're right, it is not fully explained in either of those links. Take a look at get_subaddress_spend_public_keys and get_subaddress_secret_key in the source code. You'll see in the code that subaddress_index is a struct containing "major"...


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It is impossible for a miner or any other blockchain observer to know whether any transactions are destined for a particular wallet address (or wallet account). This is because wallet addresses do not appear on the blockchain at all. Monero instead uses stealth addressing, which encrypts the destination of the transaction such that only the recipient can ...


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The multiple accounts feature is currently only available in monero-wallet-cli. The GUI does allow for a user to generate and subsequently use multiple subaddresses though (confined to the same account for now). Furthermore, the GUI contributors have stated intention of adding the multiple accounts feature. In fact, there's already a preliminary pull request ...


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Each account is simply another subaddress. Therefore the math is identical to the usual subaddresses calculation - it is still represented by an i index in: PSi = Hs(pV0 || i) G + PS0 (using Mastering Monero's notation). However, it's worth noting that the calculation for the subaddress secret key is actually m = Hs(a || index_major || index_minor), and ...


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Take a look at get_transfers. It has many options for filtering your transfers.


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