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There's been quite a bit of work recently on the Zano project, mostly involving changes to core and GUI wallet code, as well as launching a Zarcanum-enabled testnet. The focus is currently on integrating multi-asset stealth addresses and confidential transactions into the blockchain and improving the way they interact with
There’s a lot happening in the world of Zano, so let’s get straight to it. Wrapped Zano (wZANO) We mentioned in the last biweekly [https://medium.com/zano-news/zano-bi-weekly-report-3rd-august-2021-27b3561d1169] that testing on wZano had already begun. It helped us uncover some additional ways in which we could optimize
Welcome all! Time for another quick rundown of what the “Shadowy Super-Coders [https://decrypt.co/76997/elizabeth-warren-crypto-big-banks-shadowy-super-coders?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=auto] ” of Zano project have been busy building on our unstoppable climb to digital cash privacy nirvana. Wrapped Zano (wZANO) We’ve now entered the
If you’re not familiar with theory of Atomic Swaps, we suggest you take a look at Part 1 [https://blog.zano.org/atomic-swaps-taking-out-the-middleman-part-1/], before reading this article. In this part we’ll focus more on the technical details of Zano’s implementation. Zano implementation Compared to Bitcoin, Zano has
A digital signature is a “virtual bond” of almost any blockchain project. The vast majority of projects use practically the same signature as used on the Bitcoin network (namely ECDSA on the curve secp256k1). However, for projects in which the privacy of users plays a significant role, the creation of
We’re very excited to announce the latest Zano release and to give you all a little information on what’s new. Auditable Wallets and Foundation Fund Transparency In response to requests from our community, we’ve dedicated ourselves to the task of making the Zano Foundation Fund completely transparent.
Unlike traditional bitcoin-like blockchains, (where anyone can watch balances and track the movement of coins in any wallet) privacy blockchains are very difficult or even entirely impossible to view without special access keys. Nevertheless, there are cases in which someone needs to be able to disclose the balance and movement
Following an extensive few months of research by Valeriy Pisarkov aka Sowle [https://github.com/sowle] (Zano Core Developer), we are excited to release our findings on auditability in Cryptonote, with planned implementation to Zano. This blog post is just a short introduction to the research paper as it is
Yesterday we released a new software build v220.127.116.11, in this version the most notable changes are some graphical changes and pre-downloading of the blockchain. The pre-downloading feature greatly reduces the sync time for fresh installs as it downloads a compiled image of the blockchain vs syncing block