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Reference to any attack, real or hypothetical of the Monero network, services or users
Discussion of the Monero block reward (Monero block reward = (M - A) * 2-20 * 10-12, where A = current circulation) and tail emission
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…
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.
discussion related to language selection, translations and support
Then amount of hashing power pointed at the Monero network at any given point in time
Questions about the blockchain-import feature including security related concerns and comparisons with syncing the blockchain from scratch
Hardware wallet designed for offline cold storage, transaction signing, private key and password management
The private transaction key named "r" in the CryptoNote whitepaper can be used to prove someone received funds.
The unique identifier of a Monero transaction. Also commonly referred to as tx-hash transaction-id or txid
Any questions related to the Loki Network Blockchain, which is a fork of the Monero code.
Questions about the documentation of Monero source code contained in the official GitHub repository
focused on providing anonymity to its users, launched in October 2016. Zcash uses a zero-knowledge proof construction called a zk-SNARK.
Questions about Monero bandwidth usage and requirements as it relates to scaling and performance
selection of which outputs will be included in a ring signature as mixins
Discussion of mobile applications and mobile friendly cryptocurrency development that is not specific to any particular mobile OS (such as Android or iOS)
operational security in the context of using computers and network systems
website that allows instant conversion of one cryptocurrency to another without the need to create an account
Monero wallets (for any operating system) created by anyone other than the Monero core-development-team.
Questions about research and development plans of the monero core-development-team and monero-research-lab
questions about ASIC development including estimated time, cost, complexity and profitability
discussion of the profitability or lack thereof of mining monero with different mining setups and related variable costs such as energy
comparison of hashrate between different equipment, different time periods or different networks
Original implementation of the CryptoNote reference protocol. Bytecoin (BCN) never gained much community traction due in part to distrust resulting from a failed attempt of its developers to deny the …
Question about how to backup Monero wallet of sensitive information. See also wallet-recovery tag to procedure about how to recover from backup.
the process of cryptographically signing a Monero transaction