Exploring the Core of Zano's Privacy Mechanisms One of the fundamental principles of privacy used by Zano is 'unlinkability' — a feature that prevents the association of transactions with each other. In creating a transaction, the sender references their own input and also includes a 'decoy set' — outputs from random transactions
Hello Zano community! As we venture further into the final stretch of the year, the Zano development team remains dedicated to advancing our blockchain ecosystem. This November, we've continued to make significant strides in various areas, focusing on improving syncing speed, bug fixes, and preparing for the upcoming Zarcanum hardfork.
Greetings, Zano community! In this month's report, we'll walk you through our achievements, which range from enhancing the reliability of our core features to gearing up for the impending Zarcanum hardfork. Here's a comprehensive overview of our progress: Ionic Swaps and Automated Testing: * Our QA team has conducted extensive manual
Welcome to the Zano Development Update for August 2023. This month has seen significant progress across various aspects of the Zano ecosystem. Let's dive into the highlights: Alias Registration and Confidential Transactions Our team has been hard at work refining the alias registration and handling mechanism to seamlessly integrate with
Hello Zano community! I hope this finds everyone well. While this update will be brief, I assure you, it holds vital developments and achievements our team has accomplished throughout July. It's been a productive month, and we're excited to share these advancements with you. Firstly, we've made significant progress on
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