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Stellar uses bulletproofs, something adopted around the same time as Monero. However, there is no protection for sender and recipient privacy, only the amount sent. This isn't an issue if two banks are obviously going to be interacting with each other, but it means if a user wishes to be private, that privacy is diminished by the opt-in characteristics of ...


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Apples to oranges would be an understatement. They are not comparable. Monero is a private, decentralized, secure, untraceable, fungible digital currency. Stellar is not.


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