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Yu, Z., Au, M. H., Yu, J., Yang, R., Xu, Q., & Lau, W. F. 2019, New empirical traceability analysis of cryptonote-style blockchains. Paper presented at Financial Cryptography and Data Security. 
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Resource type: Proceedings Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-3-030-32101-7
BibTeX citation key: Yu2019a
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Categories: Monero-focused
Creators: Au, Goldberg, Lau, Moore, Xu, Yang, Yu, Yu
Collection: Financial Cryptography and Data Security
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Abstract
The cascade effect attacks (PETS' 18) on the untraceability of Monero are circumvented by two approaches. The first one is to increase the minimum ring size of each input, from 3 (version 0.9.0) to 7 in the latest update (version 0.12.0). The second approach is introducing the ring confidential transactions with enhanced privacy guarantee. However, so far, no formal analysis has been conducted on the level of anonymity provided by the new countermeasures in Monero. In addition, since Monero is only an example of leading CryptoNote-style blockchains, the actual privacy guarantee provided by other similar blockchains in the wild remains unknown.
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