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To cover, veil, wrap (Esperanto). A secure, private, untraceable C++ implementation of the I2P anonymous network.
Monero fork, either intentionally planned (like Aeon when launched) or created when more than one Monero chain continues to be mined following a hard fork.
questions about available commands for monerod (previously called bitmonerod)
questions questions about mining rigs, plus mining equipment production and venders
Comparison between two of more cryptocurrencies, one of which usually being Monero
Monero fork with a modified PoW, Mobile-friendly PoW, low memory footprint and optional pruning branch
Devices connected to the Monero network. Nodes that enforce all network rules are classified as full-nodes
Stealth addresses allow and require the sender to create random one-time addresses for every transaction on behalf of the recipient. The recipient can publish just one address, yet have all incoming p…
Discussion of centralized and decentralized exchanges with Monero trading pairs. Also includes any exchange of Monero for goods or services outside outside of an exchange designed for that purpose.
test new features before they are introduced to the mainnet where Monero holds real value and mistakes are more costly.
Questions about Monero source code and the process of building from source
an address combined with a 64-bit payment ID which will be encrypted on the blockchain. A raw integrated address is 106 characters long.
One of the two pairs of private and public cryptographic keys that each account has, with the private spend key used to spend any funds in the account.
a mining process aiming at producing a piece of data which is difficult (costly, time-consuming) to produce but easy for others to verify. In the case of mining Monero, the CryptoNigh…
An open-source low-latency P2P overlay network that uses garlic routing to provide location anonymity.
Researchers, scientists, and academics that are primarily focused on Monero research
Questions about accessing a Monero full node or Monero service from a remote location
Questions about the Ledger hardware Wallet (hw.1, nano, nano s or nano blue)
all transaction data (not yet confirmed) in a block that has been identified by Monero nodes
Questions about Monero wallets that do use a full node and therefore must connect to and rely on a full node provided by someone else and/or located at another location
Questions about key images including how they are computed and how they are used to prevent the double spending of Monero
Reward paid to the miner of each block by the way of a coinbase transaction plus all transaction fees attached to any transactions included in that block. Questions specific to coinbase transactions …
With multi-signature transactions you can require than multiple parties sign a transaction. In order to be able to spend the funds approval is required from a chosen number of those parties.
Monero uses dynamic block size limit that is automatically adjusted based on usage data from historical blocks within the lookback window.
characteristic of a system, model or function that describes its capability to cope and perform under an increased or expanding workload