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  1. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.1.2 release of the Monero software. This release contains bugfixes and improvements to multisig. Some highlights of this release are: Wallet: add an option to force-update multisig key exchange (#8582) Wallet: fix a bug that would display a "wrong version" warning (#8585) Daemon: second thread pool for IO (#8577) Daemon: move update_checkpoints() DNS call to a later stage (#8588) Minor bug fixes and improvements The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the s
  2. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.1.2 release of the Monero GUI software. This release fixes an incorrect error message while being disconnected from a node. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Fix a bug that causes the wallet to display "wrong version" Improve behavior when switching nodes (#4036) Use different colors for different subaccounts (#4040) Minor bug fixes and UI improvements The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along
  3. Snider

    X-Payment on Twitter

    Intro We understand that most users value convenience and simplicity above all else, and to increase the user amount the typical user’s preferences must be considered. Two things must be achieved; the user must intuitively understand how to operate the product; the user must be able to use the product on platforms where they already feel familiar. X-Payment bridges the gap between complexity and consumability, and we now expand it out of Discord and onto your next favorite platforms. Enter X-Payment on Twitter From October 3rd, you’ll be able to send and receive XCASH in a way you’ve neve
  4. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.1.1 release of the Monero GUI software. This release adds improvements to simple mode. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Skip nodes that are behind last checkpoint in Simple Mode Warn when connecting to an outdated node Update Qt to 5.15.6 on Windows and Linux (#4025) Allow to use Windows Installer on ARM64 systems (#4026) Update translations (#4031) Minor bug fixes and UI improvements The complete list of
  5. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.1.1 release of the Monero software. This release has bugfixes related to output import/export and multisig seed restore. Some highlights of this release are: Wallet: fix unicode file path support on Windows (#8548) Wallet: fix multisig seed restore (#8545) Wallet: fixes to output import/export, allow exporting in chunks (#8555) Wallet: skip bootstrap nodes that are lower than last checkpoint (#8552) Wallet: check wallet compatibility with daemon's hard fork version (#8544) Minor b
  6. As of today, the X-Payment team releases an integrated option to register your Discord Username for an integrated address. The old way of depositing to X-Payment X-Payment users were required when depositing to the X-Payment system to provide an XCA deposit address as well as an appropriate Payment ID. Both details, if correct, allowed us to credit the deposited amount of XCASH to the appropriate Discord username. As you can see below, the length of the payment ID screams for potential errors resulting in XCASH being lost if a single character is misplaced (The same applies for the XCA addres
  7. Part 2 of 2 X-Payment makes your Discord experience exciting again with the emergence of scalable economies, thus granting server owners passive revenue streams. Here are the steps you need to take as the owner of the server. Requirements: You are required to be the owner of the Discord server. X-Payment needs to be in the server and have access to at least one channel: It can be invited by clicking on one of the two available invite links: - Invite link with all required permissions integrated for the X-Payment to function optimally 100% - Basic invite link, where you are required to set-
  8. Part 1 of 2 After more than three years of X-Payment, we are excited to announce the largest expansion to date! The Merchant system seamlessly integrates into Discord servers to transform them into bustling economies. — X-Cash team (Release on 22nd of August 2022) So what has X-Payment been up to? From its first iteration, the X-Payment Discord bot’s purpose has been to execute micropayments between Discord users. Throughout the years it has seen multiple upgrades revolving around code base improvements, styling, and expansions of integrated commands, however, less had been done to expand its
  9. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.1.0 release of the Monero GUI software. This release adds v0.18 network upgrade compatibility for Ledger and Trezor hardware wallets. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Add Ledger support for v0.18, requires app v1.8.0 Add Trezor support for v0.18, requires firmware v2.5.2 Speed up time between wallet opening and refresh (#3994) Add option to skip stop local node screen (#3734) Minor bug fixes and UI improvemen
  10. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.1.0 release of the Monero software. This release adds v0.18 network upgrade compatibility for Ledger and Trezor hardware wallets. Some highlights of this release are: Wallet: add Ledger support for v0.18, requires app v1.8.0 (#8466, #8463) Wallet: add Trezor support for v0.18, requires firmware v2.5.2 (#8483) Daemon: publish submitted transactions via ZMQ (#8451) Daemon: fix a potential crash (#8454) Daemon: fix get_block_template_backlog performance (#8455) Daemon: fix a RandomX
  11. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.0.0 release of the Monero software. This major release is due to the August 13th network upgrade, which in turn adds support for Bulletproofs+, view tags, ring size increase to 16, and fee changes. Some highlights of this release are: Consensus: add Bulletproofs+ to decrease transactions size and verification time (#7170) Consensus: add view tags to outputs to reduce wallet scanning time (#8061) Consensus: increase ring size to 16 (#8178) Wallet: fee changes, adjusted dynamic block we
  12. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.0.0 release of the Monero GUI software. This major release is due to the August 13th network upgrade, which in turn adds support for Bulletproofs+, view tags, ring size increase to 16, and fee changes. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Add support for v0.18 network upgrade (#3972) Add scan transaction option (#3932) Fix payment proof button (#3910) Fix restoring from default restore height (#3902) Display wall
  13. Snider

    X-Cash Website Update

    Hello Community, 2022 is a year of immense changes in the world, and though some unfortunately have a sense of dread about the future, a few see an undeniable flame of hope. The hope radiates and gives clarity to what the shadows conceal thus allowing the eyes to see. What is under the shadows is for those who witness the flames’ radiance. Before this article gets buried by our heavy release schedule, thanks. Thanks for being an early supporter and witness to X-Cash’s maturation– though we are still at the beginning and have a ton of untapped potential to realize. Our new website release is a
  14. Dear Community, we are taking the time to write today, to give a first half of the year review and a look ahead to the second half of the year. In the first half of the year there was a lot of internal stuff to do. The team restructuring was started and completed. You will be able to see the team members and their roles once we release the new website. There was a lot of coding to be worked on, and unfortunately their were no new releases, but most projects that the team were working on are about 80%+ done at this time. There also was the process of restructuring some of the servers. This i
  15. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.3.2 point release of the Monero GUI software. This release contains support for P2Pool mining and Ledger Nano S Plus. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Integrate experimental support for P2Pool mining (#3829) Warn against high fees during transaction creation (#3897) Improvements against wallet getting stuck on exit (#3890, #3889) Add support for Ledger Nano S Plus Add support for reserve proof (#3828) Add a lock
  16. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.3.2 point release of the Monero software. This release contains support for Ledger Nano S Plus. Some highlights of this point release are: Wallet: add support for Ledger Nano S Plus (#8239) Wallet: balance includes unconfirmed payments (#8154, #8159) Wallet: rename duplicate amount headers in CSV export (#8177) Wallet: multisig key exchange update and code refactor (#8190) Wallet: fix stagenet restore height estimation (#8196) Daemon: replace outdated seed nodes (#8222, #8131) Daemon
  17. /blog/assets/2022-04-20-network-upgrade-july-2022/upgrades.png The next network upgrade will take place on 16th July, 2022 (block 2,668,888). Network upgrades are technically hard-forks and require all participants in the Monero network to update their software. The new software (v0.18 "Fluorine Fermi") will be released one month before the network upgrade, on the ~16th of June. This network upgrade will introduce important new features like: A ring-size increase from 11 to 16 – the largest ever absolute increase in the base anonymity set (read: plausible deniability, or base privacy)
  18. /blog/assets/2022-04-01-this-year-in-monero/8years.png As a way to celebrate and show the growth that has happened for Monero across the past year on this, the 8th anniversary of the Monero project, I wanted to take a snapshot of statistics and social media posts to highlight this growth. This is by no means an exhaustive list of ways in which Monero grew, and some of the most important growth came in increased acceptance and adoption of Monero for donations and payments: Merchants accepting Monero for payment FOSS Projects and Pro-Privacy Organizations accepting Monero for donation
  19. Dear Community, Today we are releasing xcash-core 2.2.0 and xcash-dpops 1.2.0 Note: You will need to update before block height 910000 which is expected to happen around Wednesday, March 23, 2022 03:00:00 UTC XCASH-CORE Update 2.2.0 Some highlights of this update: - Updated hashes so xcashd can sync, before we fixed the issue. - xcashd syncing improvements at block 910000 - Removed most mining code. Test show virus false positives dropped as well. - Fixed the docker file - Boost 1.77.0 compatibly - GCC 11 compatibility - Fixed debug build not working You can read the full list, and how to i
  20. https://medium.com/media/9a45c706506fc3a1df07ba64df024624/hrefDear Community, We are taking the time to write today, to give a quarter 1 review and a look ahead to quarter 2 and the future. In Q1 their was a lot of internal work being done. Below is the following sections of what the team has worked on in Q1. Team Restructuring The process of team restructuring is just about complete. Both Paris Founders are still very much a part of this team, but they are taking a step back to concentrate on Flodesk growth. This idea was proposed by Guilhem, and everyone is on the same page, there are no i
  21. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.3.1 point release of the Monero GUI software. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Fix startup crash on Apple Silicon (#3804) Fix wizard password not resetting after wallet creation (#3795) Update translations (#3811) Minor bug fixes and UI improvements The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the source code. Contributors for this Release This release was the direct result of 5 people who wor
  22. Seraphis is a 'transaction protocol abstraction' that I have been working on (WIP draft paper available here). As an 'abstraction', Seraphis defines rules about how you can design a real (privacy-focused) transaction protocol without specifying concrete algorithms. For example, RingCT is another protocol abstraction (more or less), and there are different 'real' versions corresponding to signature schemes MLSAG and CLSAG. Seraphis is a candidate model for Monero's next transaction protocol. Privacy-focused transaction protocols have two core structural rules. How are amounts represented
  23. Dear Community, Today we would like to explain how to setup your node for the testnet. This is about the same process as setting up a node for the mainnet, but we will be using the “dpops-test” branch. You can follow any of the official tutorials for more in depth coverage of setting up a server, delegate or voting, registering etc, but this article will give the basics for full testnet participation. You can view the delegates website for the testnet at http://dpops-test-delegates.xcash.foundation Step 1Once you have a server ready, use the “dpops-test” branch autoinstaller to setup the serve
  24. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 Dear Monero users and participants of the Monero ecosystem, Some vulnerabilities have been identified in the implementation of Monero multisignature wallets. These vulnerabilities do not affect the theory supporting multisigs, but affect the current wallet code implementing them. Initially disclosed and discussed via the vulnerability response process*, the discussion has been enlarged to other key developers and MRL contributors. We agreed together that a public announcement had to be made. These vulnerabilities affect (i) multisignature wal
  25. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.3.0 point release of the Monero GUI software. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Add import / export output function (#3435) Export all key images by default (#3282) Update translations (#3773) Add description to CSV export (#3572) Add colors to password strength meter (#3682) Add Cut, Copy, Delete and Select All to context menu (#3689) Fix buffer overflow in zxcvbn library (#3735) Fix font issue on Arch Linux
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