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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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af halo2 Protokollen, H. G. S., & Spitters, B. 2023. High assurance specification of the halo2 protocol.  
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Akcora, C. G., Gel, Y. R., & Kantarcioglu, M. (2022). Blockchain networks: Data structures of bitcoin, monero, zcash, ethereum, ripple, and iota. WIREs Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, 12(1), e1436.  
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Alonso, K. M. (2017). Monero-privacy in the blockchain. , Universitat Aut`onoma de Barcelona.  
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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 Unpublished PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.  
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Aranha, D. F., Hall-Anderson, M., Nitulescu, A., Pagnin, E., & Yakoubov, S. 2021. Count me in! : Extendability for threshold ring signatures. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report 2021/1240]  
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Azad, B. A. 2018. Evaluating the effectiveness of javascript crypto miner blocker browser extensions. StonyBrook University.  
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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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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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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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Borggren, N., & Yao, L. (2020). Correlations of multi-input monero transactions. arXiv preprint arXiv:2001.04827,  
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Borggren, N., Kim, H.-Y., Yao, L., & Koplik, G. (2020). Simulated blockchains for machine learning traceability and transaction values in the monero network. arXiv preprint arXiv:2001.03937,  
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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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Budish, E. (2022). The economic limits of bitcoin and anonymous, decentralized trust on the blockchain. Unpublished manuscript.  
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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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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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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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Chaum, D., & Heyst, E. V. 1991, Group signatures. Paper presented at Workshop on the Theory and Application of of Cryptographic Techniques.  
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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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Christensen, S. 2018. a comparative study of privacy-preserving cryptocurrencies: monero and zcash. University of Birmingham.  
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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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Cremers, C., Loss, J., & Wagner, B. 2023. A holistic security analysis of monero transactions. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2023/321].  
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Deuber, D., Ronge, V., & Rueckert, C. (2022). Sok: assumptions underlying cryptocurrency deanonymizations. Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, 2022(3).  
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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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Dutta, A., Bagad, S., & Vijayakumaran, S. (2021). Mprove+: Privacy enhancing proof of reserves protocol for monero. IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, 16, 3900–3915.  
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Eagen, L. Li. E. 2022. Bulletproofs++. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report 2022/510].  
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Egger, C., Lai, R. W. F., Ronge, V., Woo, I. K. Y., & Yin, H. H. F. (2022). On defeating graph analysis of anonymous transactions. Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, 2022(3).  
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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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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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Estensen, H. A. 2018. A comparison of monero and zcash.  
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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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Fischer Amrit Kumar, C., Tople, S., & Saxena, P. 2017, September A traceability analysis of monero’s blockchain. Paper presented at European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS).  
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Gailly, N., Maller, M., & Nitulescu, A. 2022, May 2–6 Snarkpack: practical snark aggregation. Unpublished paper presented at Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2022.  
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Ghesmati, S., Fdhila, W., & Weippl, E. 2022. User-perceived privacy in blockchain. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report 2022/287].  
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Gibson, A. From zero (knowledge) to bulletproofs.  
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Gomzin, S. (2022). How monero works. In Crypto Basics: A Nontechnical Introduction to Creating Your Own Money for Investors and Inventors (pp. 119–137). Berkeley, CA: Apress.  
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Gong, T., Minaei, M., Sun, W., & Kate, A. 2022, May 2–6 Towards overcoming the undercutting problem. Unpublished paper presented at Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2022.  
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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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Goodell, B., & Noether, S. (2018). Thring signatures and their applications to spender-ambiguous digital currencies. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Gugger, J. 2020. Bitcoin-monero cross-chain atomic swap. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2020/1126].  
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Guo, Z., Shi, L., Xu, M., & Yin, H. (2021). Mrcc: A practical covert channel over monero with provable security. IEEE Access, 9, 31816–31825.  
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Herrera Sufán, R. (2021). Speeding up monero’s balance computation. Unpublished M.S. Thesis, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.  
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Hinteregger, A., & Haslhofer, B. 2019, Short paper: An empirical analysis of monero cross-chain traceability. Paper presented at Financial Cryptography and Data Security.  
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Hoenisch, P., & Pino, L. S. D. (2021). Atomic swaps between bitcoin and monero. CoRR, abs/2101.12332,  
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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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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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Jin, R. (2023). The advance of ring confidential transactions. Highlights in Science, Engineering and Technology, 39, 1104–1110.  
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Jivanyan, A., & Feickert, A. 2021. Lelantus spark: Secure and flexible private transactions. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report 2021/1173].  
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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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Kawaguchi, K., & Noda, S. (2021). Security-cost efficiency of competing proof-of-work cryptocurrencies. Unpublished manuscript.  
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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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koe. seraphis: a privacy-preserving transaction protocol abstraction (wip).  
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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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Kovalchuk, L., Oliynykov, R., Bespalov, Y., & Rodinko, M. (2022). Methods of ensuring privacy in a decentralized environment. In R. Oliynykov, O. Kuznetsov, O. Lemeshko & T. Radivilova (Eds), Information Security Technologies in the Decentralized Distributed Networks (pp. 1–32). Cham: Springer International Publishing.  
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Li, J. (2022). Extending succinct zero knowledge proofs for set membership to ring signatures. Unpublished masters thesis, EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley.  
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Li, W., Lin, Z., & Chen, Q. (2022). A hybrid design of linkable ring signature scheme with stealth addresses. Security and Communication Networks, 2022,  
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Li, Y., Yang, G., Susilo, W., Yu, Y., Au, M. H., & Liu, D. (2021). Traceable monero: Anonymous cryptocurrency with enhanced accountability. IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, 18(2), 679–691.  
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Li, Y., Weng, J., Li, M., Wu, W., Weng, J., & Liu, J.-N., et al. (2022). Zerocross: A sidechain-based privacy-preserving cross-chain solution for monero. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, 169, 301–316.  
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Lin, H., & Wang, M. (2022). Repudiable ring signature: Stronger security and logarithmic-size. Computer Standards & Interfaces, 80, 103562.  
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Lin, D., Yan, J., Ba, N., Fu, Z., & Jiang, H. (2022). Survey of anonymity and tracking technology in monero. Journal of Computer Applications, 42(1).  
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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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Liu, L., Liu, L., Li, B., Zhong, Y., Liao, S., & Zhang, L. (2022). Msccs: A monero-based security-enhanced covert communication system. Computer Networks, 205, 108759.  
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Liyanage, S. G. H. (2018). Monerosci: linkability and traceability analysis of monero blockchain. Unpublished Undergraduate thesis , University of Colombo.  
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Macheta, J., Noether, S., Noether, S., & Smooth, J. (2014). Counterfeiting via merkle tree exploits within virtual currencies employing the cryptonote protocol. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Macias, & Siabi, Y. E. Security analysis of monero’s peer-to-peer system.  
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Mackenzie, A., Noether, S., & Monero Core Team. (2015). Improving obfuscation in the cryptonote protocol. Unpublished manuscript.  
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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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Möser, M. (2022). Cryptocurrency privacy in practice. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Princeton University.  
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Möser, M., Soska, K., Heilman, E., Lee, K., Heffan, H., & Srivastava, S., et al. (2018). An empirical analysis of traceability in the monero blockchain. Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, 2018(3), 143–163.  
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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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Ni, W., Cheng, P., Chen, L., & Lin, X. (2021). When the recursive diversity anonymity meets the ring signature. In Proceedings of the 2021 International Conference on Management of Data (pp. 1359–1371). New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery.  
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Noether, S. (2018). Discrete logarithm equality across groups. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Noether, S., & Goodell, B. (2018). Dual linkable ring signatures. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Noether, S., & Goodell, B. (2017). An efficient implementation of monero subaddresses. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Noether, S., & Noether, S. (2014). Monero is not that mysterious. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Noether, S., Noether, S., & Mackenzie, A. (2014). A note on chain reactions in traceability in cryptonote 2.0. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Noether, S., Mackenzie, A., & Monero Core Team. (2016). Ring confidential transactions. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Noether, S. (2018). Sets of spent outputs. Unpublished manuscript.  
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Noether, S. Understanding ge fromfe frombytes vartime.  
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Otávio Chervinski, J., Kreutz, D., & Yu, J. 2021, Analysis of transaction flooding attacks against monero. Paper presented at 2021 IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency (ICBC).  
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Park, S., & Sealfon, A. 2019. It wasn't me! repudiability and unclaimability of ring signatures. [Cryptology ePrint Archive, Paper 2019/135].  
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Perera, M. N. S., Nakamura, T., Hashimoto, M., Yokoyama, H., Cheng, C.-M., & Sakurai, K. (2022). A survey on group signatures and ring signatures: Traceability vs. anonymity. Cryptography, 6(1).  
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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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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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Rahalkar, C., & Virgaonkar, A. 2021. Summarizing and analyzing the privacy-preserving techniques in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.  
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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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Renwick, R., & Gleasure, R. (2021). Those who control the code control the rules: How different perspectives of privacy are being written into the code of blockchain systems. Journal of Information Technology, 36(1), 16–38.  
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Ronge, V., Egger, C., Lai, R. W. F., Schröder, D., & Yin, H. H. F. (2021). Foundations of ring sampling. Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, 2021(3), 265–288.  
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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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van Saberhagen, N. (2013). Cryptonote v 2.0. Unpublished manuscript.  
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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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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 1 of 10--prerequisites.  
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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 2 of 10--pointcheval & stern’s generic signature scheme.  
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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 4 of 10--herranz & saez generic ring signature scheme [1].  
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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 6 of 10--linkable spontaneous anonymous group (lsag) signature scheme.  
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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 8 of 10--introduction to pedersen commitments and confidential transactions.  
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