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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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Resource type: Proceedings Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 978-3-030-58201-2
BibTeX citation key: Klinec2020
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Categories: Monero-focused
Creators: H"olbl, Klinec, Matyas, Rannenberg, Welzer
Collection: ICT Systems Security and Privacy Protection
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Abstract
Keeping cryptocurrency spending keys safe and being able to use them when signing a transaction is a well-known problem, addressed by hardware wallets. Our work focuses on a transaction signing process for privacy-centric cryptocurrency Monero, in the hardware wallets. We designed, implemented, and analyzed a privacy-preserving transaction signing protocol that runs on a hardware wallet and protects the spending keys. Moreover, we also implemented a privacy-preserving multi-party version of the Bulletproof zero-knowledge prover algorithm, which runs on a hardware wallet with constant memory. We present the protocols and evaluate their performance on a real hardware wallet.
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