[Warning] Do not donate anything to the BCH-XMR bounty of the monero-bounties community, they go back to their word and only pay their own developers.

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  • GitHub repo XMR-ETH-Atomic-Swaps-INCOMPLETE-

    A Proof-of-Concept work exploring a custom protocol for trading monero for ethereum via Atomic Swaps, utilizing just the inate cryptographic capabilities of monero's source code, in combination with ethereum's rich potential for smart contract creation & execution.

  • GitHub repo fider-monero-bot

    monero bot intended to facilitate crowd sourced bonties through the open source feature request system fider

    That said, the payout process for Monero Bounties -- which is a new system created within the last three months or so -- has been unnecessarily opaque, as u/KnowledgeMurky9635 (a.k.a. plowsof) can attest. I have advocated for more transparency and some improvements have been made.

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  • GitHub repo OSPEAD

    Optimal Static Parametric Estimation of Arbitrary Distributions (OSPEAD) for the Monero decoy selection algorithm

    The frustrating thing is that OP is creating unnecessary drama, forcing people like me to respond so that the FUD is cleared up for the broader community -- when I could be spending time on something useful. For the last several hours I had planned to work on my research to improve Monero's resistance to statistical attack and my BCH version of mempool.space, as was requested by u/Nervous-Inspector-14 but instead I had to spend time reading Reddit comments and Matrix chat messages to understand the drama and then respond to it.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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