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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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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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Bhambhwani, S., Delikouras, S., Korniotis, G. M., & others. 2019. Do fundamentals drive cryptocurrency prices?.  
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Christensen, S. 2018. a comparative study of privacy-preserving cryptocurrencies: monero and zcash. University of Birmingham.  
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Estensen, H. A. 2018. A comparison of monero and zcash.  
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Macias, & Siabi, Y. E. Security analysis of monero’s peer-to-peer system.  
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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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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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Seguias, B. E. K. 2018. Monero’s building blocks part 9 of 10--ringct and anatomy of monero transactions.  
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Vijayakumaran, S. 2021. Analysis of cryptonote transaction graphs using the dulmage-mendelsohn decomposition.  
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