My biggest irrational fear: wallet mining
The year is 2022: ASICs and huge farms roar Hundreds of Millions of Terahashes in order to mint a bitcoin block. my biggest fear is that some attacker or government may use ASICs or similar dedicated hardware to compute numbers to access private keys in order to drain monero from wallets; I know that there are countless possible private keys, but I am not sure if such cryptography is really that safe considering the amount of numbers generate by asics; I am not citing quantum computers or military counter-cryptography, I am talking about current hardware/tech. Is wallet mining a real threat? can monero fork itself to counter huge asic-like farms dedicated to generate user's private keys? am I being paranoid?
Logium announces the launch of Bet Sharing Feature
Logium, a peer-to-peer [P2P], transparent, decentralized finance [DeFI] protocol for derivatives, has launched its bet-sharing feature. Officially released on Monday, September 19, 2022, this feature will allow users to seamlessly share and make bets accessible to all with a link. This launch aligns perfectly with Logium’s core vision to allow users to bet on the […]
Monero Dev Activity Report - Week 39 2022
This weekly report aims to provide a big picture view of Monero development activity, increase community support for existing devs and, hopefully, encourage new contributions.
Monero Observer Blitz #14 - September 2022
Almost everything that happened in the Monero community in September 2022