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an extraordinarily fast, memory-efficient database used by Monero. Its author Howard Chu is now a contributing member of the Monero development team.
Process of translating source code from a high-level programming language to a lower level language. For Monero this usually means taking source code from Github and converting it into a program that …
Discussion of the size of the Monero blockchain present and future plus the implications thereof.
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.
an approach to public-key cryptography that allowed smaller keys compared to non-ECC cryptography to provide equivalent levels of security.
Protocol discussion regarding Cryptonote or the new Monero protocol after its change to RingCT
System originally designed for Bitcoin by Blockstream developers to hide the amount of transactions from everyone besides the transaction participants. Confidential Transactions combined with Ring Sig…
Questions or discussion about the history of Monero and its origin
A special transaction where the recipient can only spend the funds after a future date, as set by the sender.
Questions about members and activities of the Monero community (users, merchants, unofficial marketers, etc) that act independently of the Monero core-development-team
questions about hardware wallets either offering or developing support for Monero
Questions about software designed to mine Monero
Questions about the process of integrating Monero in order to accept and process payments made in Monero currency
Those who perform work (defined the the CryptoNight PoW algorithm) to secure the Monero network and confirm transaction in exchange for a coinbase reward and transaction fees
available to be included in ring signatures in order to obscure which output is actually being spent in a given transaction
Questions about the Github repository used for Monero source code and source code of related projects
Ability to avoid storing unnecessary data about prior transactions. For example one could use pruning to disable storing older transaction signatures on disk once they are verified. Archive nodes coul…
Questions about encryption as used by Monero, related services and their users.
The process of comparing the hash value of downloaded Monero related software to a previously calculated value (often GPG signed by a developer) in order to verify that it is authentic and has not bee…
questions about sweep transactions including [sweep_dust] and [sweep_all]
size of Monero transactions, generally measured in kB
Discussion about the implementation of the Monero protocol and related services
Reference to any attack, real or hypothetical of the Monero network, services or users
A special type of transaction included in each block, which contains a small amount of monero sent to the miner as a reward for their mining work.