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Questions about research and development plans of the monero core-development-team and monero-research-lab
save keys to Monero wallets
Questions concerned with the expected or actual time between the discovery of blocks.
Sub-1% perpetual inflation to prevent the lack of incentives for miners after approximately 18.4 million coins have been mined. Fixed at 0.6 XMR per 2 minute block, yielding roughly 157,680 coins per …
reference to the C++ programming language
A standard that allows you to use an email or domain syntax to pay someone instead of an address, eg. email@example.com or donate.getmonero.org
Inability to trace Monero transactions thanks to the use of mandatory ring signatures.
Monero sent as part of a transaction, and which returns to your account instead of going to another recipient.
A VPS runs its own copy of an operating system, and customers have superuser-level access to that operating system instance, so they can install almost any software that runs on that OS.
not governed by any foundation or central body, but ongoing development, maintenance, and research is primarily directed and often funded by a core team of seven individuals comprosing the M…
questions about Monero terms and their meanings
questions about https://getmonero.org/ operated by the Monero core team
Questions about quantum computers that make direct use of quantum-mechanical phenomena, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform operations on data.
questions about fiat currencies as they relate to Monero
Questions about Monero decentralization and how it is impacted by Monero development, usage and mining incentives
Discussion related to selection and use of different database types
Attempt at spending the same coins twice before being noticed by the network
included in the Monero blockchain at any given point in time. Each newly mined block increases the block-height by one
questions relating to updating official Monero software to the latest release
One of the fastest ECC curves, and being used by Monero. It offers 128 bits of security and designed for use with the elliptic curve Diffie–Hellman (ECDH) key agreement scheme.
very small amounts of Monero, previously generated more often by mining pool payouts. RingCT will largely eliminate the "dust problem" as amount will be encrypted and can be mixed with outputs of any …
penalty applied to miners for producing blocks larger than the median block size of the last 720 blocks but below the 2x the median
mechanism that allows tokens from one blockchain to be securely used within a completely separate blockchain but still moved back to the original chain if necessary.