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Scheid, E. J., Küng, S., Franco, M., & Stiller, B. 2023, Opening pandora's box: An analysis of the usage of the data field in blockchains. Paper presented at 2023 Fifth International Conference on Blockchain Computing and Applications (BCCA).  
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Vijayakumaran, S. 2023, Analysis of cryptonote transaction graphs using the dulmage-mendelsohn decomposition. Paper presented at 5th Conference on Advances in Financial Technologies (AFT 2023).  
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Pitu, F., & Gaitan, N. C. 2023, July Survey of security, performance, and profitability of monero: A browser-based cryptocurrency. Paper presented at 2023 3rd International Conference on Electrical, Computer, Communications and Mechatronics Engineering (ICECCME).  
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Tiemann, T., Berndt, S., Eisenbarth, T., & Liśkiewicz, M. 2023, July “act natural!”: Exchanging private messages on public blockchains. Paper presented at 2023 IEEE 8th European Symposium on Security and Privacy (EuroS&P).  
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Zhang, T. (2023). Privacy evaluation of blockchain based privacy cryptocurrencies: A comparative analysis of dash, monero, verge, zcash, and grin. IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Computing, 8(4), 574–582.  
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Luo, M., Zhou, J., & Yang, P. (2023). Rats: A regulatory anonymous transaction system based on blockchain. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, 182, 104751.  
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Barj, S., Ouaddah, A., & Mezrioui, A. 2023, A review of privacy-preserving cryptographic techniques used in blockchain platforms. Paper presented at Digital Technologies and Applications.  
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Yu, Q., Liao, S., Wang, L., Yu, Y., Zhang, L., & Zhao, Y. (2024). A regulated anonymous cryptocurrency with batch linkability. Computer Standards & Interfaces, 87, 103770.  
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Raikwar, M., Wu, S., & Gjosteen, K. 2023, Security model for privacy-preserving blockchain-based cryptocurrency systems. Paper presented at Network and System Security.  
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Wicht, F.-X., Wang, Z., Le, D. V., & Cachin, C. 2023. A transaction-level model for blockchain privacy. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2023/1902].  
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Wang, X., Lin, C., Huang, X., & He, D. (2023). Anonymity-enhancing multi-hop locks for monero-enabled payment channel networks. IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, 1–1.  
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Zhang, J., Su, M., Liu, X., & Wang, G. 2024, May Springproofs: Efficient inner product arguments for vectors of arbitrary length. Paper presented at 2024 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP).  
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Badertscher, C., Sedaghat, M., & Waldner, H. 2023. Fine-grained accountable privacy via unlinkable policy-compliant signatures. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2023/1070].  
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Szalaty, Z. E. (2023). Privacy preserving blockchains and quantum safety. Unpublished Master's Thesis , Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.  
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Buccafurri, F., De Angelis, V., & Lazzaro, S. 2023, May 25–26 A traffic-analysis proof solution to allow k-anonymous payments in pseudonymous blockchains. Unpublished paper presented at 5th Distributed Ledger Technology Workshop.  
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Dijk, A., & Schröder, D. (2023). Proof of concept for a ethereum virtual machine on cryptonote. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Jin, R. (2023). The advance of ring confidential transactions. Highlights in Science, Engineering and Technology, 39, 1104–1110.  
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Zhang, T., Li, B., Zhu, Y., Han, T., & Wu, Q. (2023). Covert channels in blockchain and blockchain based covert communication: Overview, state-of-the-art, and future directions. Computer Communications, 205, 136–146.  
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Huang, K., Mu, Y., Rezaeibagha, F., Zhang, X., & Li, X. (2023). Monero with multi-grained redaction. IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, 1–13.  
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Movsowitz Davidow, D., Manevich, Y., & Toch, E. 2023, Privacy-Preserving Transactions with Verifiable Local Differential Privacy. Paper presented at 5th Conference on Advances in Financial Technologies (AFT 2023).  
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Su, W., & Ma, L. 2023, April A blockchain-based covert document communication system model. Paper presented at 2023 8th International Conference on Computer and Communication Systems (ICCCS).  
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Grunspan, C., & Perez-Marco, R. (2018). Double spend races. Int. J. Theor. Appl. Finance, 21(8), 1850053.  
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Rosenfeld, M. 2014. Analysis of hashrate-based double spending.  
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Wahrst"atter, A., Solomon, M., DiFrancesco, B., Buterin, V., & Svetinovic, D. (2023). Basesap: Modular stealth address protocol for programmable blockchains. arXiv preprint arXiv:2306.14272,  
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Naik, A., Yeniaras, E., Hellstern, G., Prasad, G., & Vishwakarma, S. K. L. P. (2023). From portfolio optimization to quantum blockchain and security: A systematic review of quantum computing in finance. arXiv preprint arXiv:2307.01155,  
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Block, A. R., Garreta, A., Katz, J., Thaler, J., Tiwari, P. R., & Zajac, M. (2023). Fiat-shamir security of fri and related snarks. Cryptology ePrint Archive,  
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af halo2 Protokollen, H. G. S., & Spitters, B. 2023. High assurance specification of the halo2 protocol.  
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Pu, S., Thyagarajan, S. A., D"ottling, N., & Hanzlik, L. (2023). Post quantum fuzzy stealth signatures and applications. Cryptology ePrint Archive,  
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Eagen, L. Li. E. 2022. Bulletproofs++. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report 2022/510].  
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Wang, X., Lin, L., & Wang, Y. (2023). Stealth address schemes with fast retrievability based on subgroup membership assumptions related to factoring. The Computer Journal, bxad056.  
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Chow, S. S., Egger, C., Lai, R. W. F., Ronge, V., & Woo, I. K. Y. (2023). On sustainable ring-based anonymous systems. Cryptology ePrint Archive,  
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Yu, G. (2020). Blockchain stealth address schemes. Cryptology ePrint Archive,  
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Fan, X. 2018, Faster dual-key stealth address for blockchain-based internet of things systems. Paper presented at Blockchain--ICBC 2018: First International Conference, Held as Part of the Services Conference Federation, SCF 2018, Seattle, WA, USA, June 25-30, 2018, Proceedings 1.  
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Bunz, B., Bootle, J., Boneh, D., Poelstra, A., Wuille, P., & Maxwell, G. 2018, Bulletproofs: Short proofs for confidential transactions and more. Paper presented at 2018 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP).  
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Chung, H., Han, K., Ju, C., Kim, M., & Seo, J. H. (2022). Bulletproofs+: Shorter proofs for a privacy-enhanced distributed ledger. IEEE Access, 10, 42067–42082.  
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Scala, E., & Mostarda, L. 2023, Range proofs with constant size and trustless setup. Paper presented at Advanced Information Networking and Applications: Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-2023), Volume 3.  
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Deng, C., You, L., Tang, X., Hu, G., & Gao, S. (2022). Cuproof: Range proof with constant size. Entropy, 24(3), 334.  
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Noether, S. Understanding ge fromfe frombytes vartime.  
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Esgin, M. F., Steinfeld, R., & Zhao, R. K. 2022, Matrict+: More efficient post-quantum private blockchain payments. Paper presented at 2022 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP).  
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koe. seraphis: a privacy-preserving transaction protocol abstraction (wip).  
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Cremers, C., Loss, J., & Wagner, B. 2023. A holistic security analysis of monero transactions. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2023/321].  
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Macchetti, M. 2023. A novel related nonce attack for ecdsa. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2023/305].  
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Gligoroski, D. (2023). A transformation for lifting discrete logarithm based cryptography to post-quantum cryptography. Cryptology ePrint Archive,  
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Wicht, F.-X., Cachin, C., & Le, D. V. (2023). Blockchain privacy notions using the transaction graph model. , University of Fribourg.  
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Alonso, K. M. (2017). Monero-privacy in the blockchain. , Universitat Aut`onoma de Barcelona.  
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koe, Alonso, K. M., & Noether, S. (2020). Zero to monero: A technical guide to a private digital currency; for beginners, amateurs, and experts second ed. Second ed.  
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Gibson, A. From zero (knowledge) to bulletproofs.  
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Kappos, G. (2022). An empirical analysis of privacy in cryptocurrencies. Unpublished PhD thesis, UCL (University College London).  
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Amarasinghe, N. (2022). Systematic modelling of anonymity with application to cryptocurrencies. Unpublished PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.  
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Taneska, M., & Halimi, F. 2022, Anonymous blockchain based model for e-voting. Unpublished paper presented at The 19th International Conference on Informatics and Information Technologies – CIIT 2022.  
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Wijaya, D. A., Liu, J., Steinfeld, R., & Liu, D. 2018, Monero ring attack: Recreating zero mixin transaction effect. Paper presented at 2018 17th IEEE international conference on trust, security and privacy in computing and communications/12th IEEE international conference on big data science and engineering (TrustCom/BigDataSE).  
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Tram`er, F., Boneh, D., & Paterson, K. 2020, Remote Side-Channel attacks on anonymous transactions. Paper presented at 29th USENIX security symposium (USENIX security 20).  
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Purkovic, S., Mekic, E., Kuk, K., & Gostimirovic, L. (2021). Empirical analysis of silent mining operation in the monero system. Studies in Informatics and Control, 30(4), 99–108.  
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Liu, Q., Liu, Z., Long, Y., Liu, Z., Sui, Z., & Sun, S., et al. 2019, Making monero hard-to-trace and more efficient. Paper presented at 2019 18th IEEE International Conference On Trust, Security And Privacy In Computing And Communications/13th IEEE International Conference On Big Data Science And Engineering (TrustCom/BigDataSE).  
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Leevik, A., Beliaev, V., Stasenko, B., Davydov, V., & Bezzateev, S. 2020, Review and analysis of the classical and post-quantum ring signature algorithms. Paper presented at 2020 12th International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems and Workshops (ICUMT).  
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Gugger, J. 2020. Bitcoin-monero cross-chain atomic swap. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2020/1126].  
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Chator, A., & Green, M. 2018, How to squeeze a crowd: Reducing bandwidth in mixing cryptocurrencies. Paper presented at 2018 IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy Workshops.  
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Bhambhwani, S., Delikouras, S., Korniotis, G. M., & others. 2019. Do fundamentals drive cryptocurrency prices?.  
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Azad, B. A. 2018. Evaluating the effectiveness of javascript crypto miner blocker browser extensions. StonyBrook University.  
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Goodell, B., Noether, S., & Blue, A. (2019). Concise linkable ring signatures and forgery against adversarial keys. Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2019/654,  
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Estensen, H. A. 2018. A comparison of monero and zcash.  
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Erg"un, Z. C., & KARABIYIK, B. K. Forecasting monero prices with a machine learning algorithm. Eskic{s}ehir Osmangazi "Universitesi .Iktisadi ve .Idari Bilimler Dergisi, 16(3), 651–663.  
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Christensen, S. 2018. a comparative study of privacy-preserving cryptocurrencies: monero and zcash. University of Birmingham.  
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Rucknium, R. Fully specified estimation plan for optimal static parametric estimation of arbitrary distributions (ospead) public version. Monero Research Lab.  
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ACK-J, A.-J. 2022. Lord of the rings: an empirical analysis of monero’s ring signature resilience to artificially intelligent attacks. Multidisciplinary Academic Grants in Cryptocurrencies.  
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Open letter to fincen’s proposed amendment of the bsa.October 24 2020. FinCEN.  
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Usa v. lichtenstein et al.February 7 2022. US Dept. of Justice.  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 10 of 10--stealth addresses.  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 9 of 10--ringct and anatomy of monero transactions.  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 8 of 10--introduction to pedersen commitments and confidential transactions.  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 7 of 10--multilayered linkable spontaneous anonymous group (mlsag) signature scheme.  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 6 of 10--linkable spontaneous anonymous group (lsag) signature scheme.  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 5 of 10--cryptonote’s linkable ring signature scheme.  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 4 of 10--herranz & saez generic ring signature scheme [1].  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 3 of 10--introduction to ring signatures.  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 2 of 10--pointcheval & stern’s generic signature scheme.  
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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 1 of 10--prerequisites.  
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Aziz, A. B. A., Ngah, S. B., Dun, Y. T., & Bee, T. F. (2020). Coinhive’s monero drive-by crypto-jacking. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 769(1), 12065.  
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Moreno-Sánchez, P., Blue, A., Le, D. V., Noether, S., Goodell, B., & Kate, A. 2020, Dlsag: Non-interactive refund transactions for interoperable payment channels in monero. Paper presented at Financial Cryptography and Data Security.  
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Syracuse, D., Boehm, J., & Lundgren, N. (2022). Anti-money laundering regulation of privacy enabling cryptocurrencies.  
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Macias, & Siabi, Y. E. Security analysis of monero’s peer-to-peer system.  
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Möser, M. (2022). Cryptocurrency privacy in practice. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Princeton University.  
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Biryukov, A., & Tikhomirov, S. (2019). Security and privacy of mobile wallet users in bitcoin, dash, monero, and zcash. Pervasive and Mobile Computing, 59, 101030.  
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Campanelli, M., Hall-Andersen, M., & Kamp, S. H. 2022. Curve trees: Practical and transparent zero-knowledge accumulators. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2022/756].  
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Hoenisch, P., Mazumdar, S., Moreno-Sánchez, P., & Ruj, S. 2022. Lightswap: An atomic swap does not require timeouts at both blockchains. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2022/1650].  
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Sharma, P. K., Gosain, D., & Diaz, C. 2022. On the anonymity of peer-to-peer network anonymity schemes used by cryptocurrencies. arXiv.  
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Cao, T., Yu, J., Decouchant, J., Luo, X., & Verissimo, P. 2020, Exploring the monero peer-to-peer network. Paper presented at Financial Cryptography and Data Security.  
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Grunspan, C., & Perez-Marco, R. 2022. Ping-pong swaps. arXiv.  
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Yi, X., Wu, D., Jiang, L., Fang, Y., Zhang, K., & Zhang, W. 2022, An empirical study of blockchain system vulnerabilities: Modules, types, and patterns. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 30th ACM Joint European Software Engineering Conference and Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering.  
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Zhaolu, T., Wan, Z., & Wang, H. 2022. Division of regulatory power: Collaborative regulation for privacy-preserving blockchains. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2022/1634].  
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Liao, Y.-C., Tso, R., Liu, Z.-Y., & Tseng, Y.-F. 2022, Blockchain-based confidential payment system with controllable regulation. Paper presented at Information Security Practice and Experience.  
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Teng, D., Yao, Y., Wang, Y., Zhou, L., & Huang, C. 2022, An sm2-based traceable ring signature scheme for smart grid privacy protection. Paper presented at Wireless Algorithms, Systems, and Applications.  
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Thyagarajan, S. A., Malavolta, G., Schmid, F., & Schröder, D. 2022, Verifiable timed linkable ring signatures for scalable payments for monero. Paper presented at Computer Security -- ESORICS 2022.  
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Fanti, G., Venkatakrishnan, S. B., Bakshi, S., Denby, B., Bhargava, S., & Miller, A., et al. (2018). Dandelion++: Lightweight cryptocurrency networking with formal anonymity guarantees. Proc. ACM Meas. Anal. Comput. Syst. 2(2).  
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Hou, C., Zhou, M., Ji, Y., Daian, P., Tram`er, F., & Fanti, G., et al. 2021, SquirRL: Automating attack analysis on blockchain incentive mechanisms with deep reinforcement learning. Paper presented at Proceedings 2021 Network and Distributed System Security Symposium.  
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Tang, W., Wang, W., Fanti, G., & Oh, S. (2020). Privacy-utility tradeoffs in routing cryptocurrency over payment channel networks. Proc. ACM Meas. Anal. Comput. Syst. 4(2).  
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Klinec, D., & Matyas, V. 2020, Privacy-friendly monero transaction signing on a hardware wallet. Paper presented at ICT Systems Security and Privacy Protection.  
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Meier, J. (2022). Diophantine satisfiability arguments for private blockchains. Unpublished masters thesis, ETH Zurich, Zurich.  
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Rinberg, R., & Agarwal, N. 2022. Privacy when everyone is watching: An sok on anonymity on the blockchain. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2022/985].  
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Järvinen, S. (2022). Tax evasion with untraceable cryptocurrencies in OECD countries as a target of regulation. Unpublished masters thesis, Aalto University. School of Business.  
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