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Loki focuses on educating their user base by providing information on their products as well as information on new technology advancements.

Laying Down Layer One: Loki

Over the last three months, there has been significant focus on Loki’s layer two, with numerous papers and articles revealing the true scope of Loki’s Service Node functionality with Loki now becoming a fully fledged mixnet. There has also been much talk about how Loki as a currency, or layer one transactional medium, will function …

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Preventing Sybil Attacks: Runes, PoW, and CAPTCHAs

Put simply, Sybil attacks are where one person or entity creates multiple fake identities, usually to either subvert some part of a reputation system, or to effectively create large scale denial-of-service attacks. [1] Sybil attacks present problems to systems that maintain a low barrier of identification. With Loki’s focus on privacy and its P2P nature, methods are …

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Loki’s Exploration into the Mixnet Space We have been dropping lots of not-so-subtle hints that we have been working on a decentralised mixnet, and it’s finally time to reveal what we’ve been working on. This article, along with the soon-to-be-released white paper version 3 should get everyone up to speed on Lokinet. MIX WHAT? Mixnet …

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The Problem With ASICs

In the context of a cryptocurrency, an ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) is a chip that is specifically designed to mine a certain cryptocurrency or a certain hashing algorithm. Recently, there have been a number of high profile ASIC miners released for cryptocurrencies previously believed to be ASIC resistant [1]. So what’s the problem with ASICs? …

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