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[ANN] [SUP] SuperiorCoin 日本語
« on: October 04, 2017, 12:23:24 PM »

Superior Coin

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Launched on July 1, 2017

v1.0 Release - (07/01/2017)

Untraceable payments
Unlinkable transactions
Blockchain analysis resistance
Adaptive parameters

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Note: 太字で記された単語の説明が、下部に明記されています。


Superior (SUP) coin is a secure, private, untraceable currency.
Many crypto currencies are derivatives of Bitcoin.
Superior (SUP) coin, however, is based on the CryptoNote protocol.   
Superior (SUP) coin has significant algorithmic differences relating to blockchain obfuscation(1).
Superior (SUP) coin's main emission curve(2) is designed to issue 1.5 billion coins through mining, over the next 30+ years.
Superior (SUP) coin protects privacy in three ways for all transactions on the network:
1)Ring signatures(3) hide the sending address.
1)リングシグナチャートランスアクションが混ざっている人数- 送信アドレスは見えない。
2)RingCT hides the amount of the transaction.
3)Stealth addresses hide the receiving address of the transaction.

Superior (SUP) coin daemon(4) uses the same original CryptoNote protocol(5), aside from initial changes such as the Block Time  and Emission Speed.
スペリオルコインデーモンは、リアルタイムブロックリスト、エミッション スピード などのいくつかの初期化 変更を除いて、元のクリプトノート[CryptoNote]プロトコルと同じオリジナルプロトコルを使用します。
The protocol itself is based on "one-time ring signatures"(6) and "stealth addresses".
プロトコル自体は、「ワンタイムリングシグナチャー 」と「ステルスアドレス」に基づいています。
The underlying cryptography is essentially Daniel J. Bernstein's library for Ed25519, which is Schnorr signatures(7) on the Twisted Edwards curve(8).
基本的な暗号法はダニエル・バーンスタイン(Daniel J. Bernstein)のEd25519であり、ツイストエドワードカーブ(Twisted Edwards Curve)のシェノワシグナチャー(Schnorrsignatures)です。
The end result is passive, decentralized coin mixing based on heavily-tested algorithms.
Several improvements were made on Superior (SUP) coin which covered the proper use of ring signatures for better privacy; specifically:
- "a protocol-level(9), network-wide
minimum mix-in(10) policy of n = 2 foreign outputs per ring signature"
「プロトコルレベル 、n=2外部出力の一つあたりのリングシグニチャーのネットワーク全体の最小ミックスインポリシー」
- "a non-uniform transaction output selection method for ring generation(11)"
- "a torrent-style(12) method of sending Superior (SUP) coin outputs".

Superior (SUP) coin features an opaque blockchain with an explicit allowance system called the viewkey.  It is in sharp contrast with a transparent blockchain being used by cryptocurrencies that are not based on CryptoNote.
Thus, Superior (SUP) coin is said to be "private" and "optionally transparent". 
On top of very strong privacy by default, such a system permits net neutrality on the blockchain.
For example,miners cannot become censors - since they do not know where the transaction goes or what it contains - while still permitting auditing when desired; for instance, tax audit or public display of the finances of an NGO.
Furthermore, Superior (SUP) coin is considered by many to offer truly fungible coins.
In essence, giving out your viewkey allows someone to view your transactions without being able to access your coins.

Superior coin is powered strictly by Proof of Work (PoW)(12), but specifically, it employs a mining algorithm that has the potential to be efficiently tasked to billions of existing devices (any modern x86 CPU). 
スペリオルコインは、プルーフオブワーク[PoW]によって厳密に動作しますが、具体的には、何十億もの既存のデバイス(現代のx86 CPU)に効率的に任命されるマイニング・アルゴリズムを採用しています。
Superior coin uses the CryptoNight Proof of Work (PoW) algorithm, which is designed for use in ordinary CPUs.[32]
スペリオルコインは、通常のCPUで使用するために設計されたクリプトナイト・プルーフ・オブ・ワークCryptoNight PoW アルゴリズムを使用します。

The smart mining forthcoming feature will allow transparent CPU mining on the user's computer; far from the de facto centralization of mining farms and pool mining, and thus pursuing Satoshi Nakamoto's original vision of a true P2P currency.
今後の賢いマイニングは、P2P通貨の中本哲史[Satoshi Nakamoto]の考えに従い、マイニングファームとプールマイニングの集中化という事実から離れ、ユーザーのコンピュータ上で透過的なCPUマイニングを可能にするという特性が必要となるでしょう。
Superior (SUP) coin has no hardcoded limit - it doesn't have a 1 MB block size limitation that prevents scalability.
スペリオルコインにはハードコード制限がありません。つまり、スケーラビリティを妨げる1 MBブロックのサイズ制限がありません。

However, a block reward penalty mechanism is built into the protocol to avoid an excessive block size increase:
The new block's size (NBS) is compared to the median size M100 of the last 100 blocks.
If NBS>M100, the block reward gets reduced in quadratic dependency of how much NBS exceeds M100.
 E.g. if NBS is [10%, 50%, 80%, 100%] greater than M100, the nominal block reward gets reduced by [1%, 25%, 64%, 100%]. 
NBS> M100の場合、ブロック・リワードは、NBSがM100をどれだけ超えているかという二次依存性が減少します。例えばNBSがM100より[10%、50%、80%、100%]大きい場合、名目上のブロック報酬は[1%、25%、64%、100%]と減少します。
Generally, blocks greater than 2*M100 are not allowed, and blocks <= 60kB are always free of any block reward penalties.
一般に、2 * M100を超えるブロックは許可されず、<= 60kB以下のブロックは常にブロック報酬のペナルティがありません。

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Block chain:


Symbol: SUP

Proof of Work (PoW)
  • The new block's size (NBS) is compared to the median size M100 of the last 100 blocks
  • CryptoNight Proof of Work (PoW) algorithm
  • Block time - 2 minutes
  • CryptoNote Difficulty adjustment per block

Total supply: 1.5 billion
Emition Rate 35+ years
Pre-Mine 300 Million

How is the pre-mine distributed?
  • 100Million Sold in Pre Sell
    • To be dripped out daily.
  • 200Million lock_transfer
    • Locked on a 4 year cycle where 1.8% are unlocked per month. Of that 1.8% ,  distributed as follows;  0.45%  to reward users on our platform, the other 1.35% will be lock_transfered back into the blockchain for another 4 years, where the cycle will repeat itself.

  • Source:
  • Superior Daemon CLI RPC Wallet: Windows 64, 32, Mac OS X, Linux 64, Source, Github release
  • CPU and GPU Miner: Windows 64, 32, Mac OS X, Linux 64, Source, Github release
  • Superior Blockchain Explorer
  • Superior Coin Mining Pool
  • Pool Merge Mining Theory

Code: [Select]
minerd -a cryptonight -o stratum+tcp:// -u YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS -p x

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Update & News

September 5, 2017: To the Holders of Superior Coin
September 2, 2017: To the Holders of Superior Coin
August 11, 2017: To the Holders of Superior Coin
August 08, 2017: To the Holders of Superior Coin
August 01, 2017: To the Holders of Superior Coin
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The CryptoNote Whitepaper

What is CryptoNote?

CryptoNote  is the technology that allows the creation of privacy-oriented cryptocurrencies. You can visit their website. 
The level of anonymity provided by CryptoNote isn't possible with the design of the base of the code of Bitcoin.  Bytecoin (BCN) was the implementation of CryptoNote reference, and Superior (SUP) coin is based on the code of BCN.
クリプトノートが提供する匿名性のレベルは、ビートコインコードのベースのデザインでは実現できません。 Bytecoin(BCN)は、クリプトノートのリファレンスを実現したもので、スペールルコインはBCNのコードに基づいています。
Two of the main features of CryptoNote are ring signatures that mask sender identities by mixing coins and one-time public keys that make transactions unlinkable with each other. Their combined effect gives a high degree of anonymity without any extra effort on the part of the user.
クリプトノートの主な2つの特徴は、取引を互いにリンクできないように、コインとワンタイム公開鍵を混ぜ合わせることによって、送信者のアイデンティティを隠すリング シグナチャー です。それらの組み合わせの効果は、ユーザ側の特別な努力を要せずに、高度な匿名性を提供します。
Unlike Bitcoin, your funds are not held in the public address you give out to others. Instead, every time you receive a payment, it goes to an unlinkable address which is generated with random numbers.
When you decide to spend the funds in that one-time address, the amount will be broken down and the components will be indistinguishable from identical outputs in the blockchain.
For example if 556.44  Superior (SUP) coins are sent, the protocol will break it down into 500 + 50 + 6 + 0.4 + 0.04 and a ring signature will be performed with other 500's, 50's, 6's, 0.4's, and 0.04's in the blockchain.  Unlike the "CoinJoin" mixing method, CryptoNote mixes outputs, not transactions.
たとえば556.44スペリオル硬貨が送られた場合、プロトコールは500 + 50 + 6 + 0.4 + 0.04に分解され、リンギングチャージャーが他の値500、50、6、0.4、と0.04で、ブロックチェイン実行されます。 「CoinJoin」ミキシング方法とは異なり、クリプトノートはトランザクションではなく、アウトプットをミキシングします。
This means no other senders need to be participating with you at the same time or with the same amount. Any arbitrary amount sent at any time can always be rendered fundamentally indistinguishable (a mathematical proof is given in the white paper).
The degree of anonymity is also a choice rather than decided by the protocol.  Do you want to be hidden as one among five or one among fifty? The size of the signature grows linearly as O(n+1) with the ambiguity, so greater anonymity is paid for with higher fees to miners.
Ring signatures from CryptoNote:
A normal signature looks like this. There's only one participant, which allows one-to-one mapping.
リンギングチャーチャーについて説明します。クリプトノートから再現: 普通のシグナチャーは、参加者が1人だけで、1対1のマッピングが可能 のようにみえます。

A ring signature obscures identities because it only proves that a signer belongs to a group.

This allows a high level of anonymity in cryptocurrency transactions. You can think of it as decentralized and trustless mixing.

How does this compare to other anonymous solutions?
Ring signatures originate from the work of Rivest et al. in 2001 and the implementation in CryptoNote relies in particular on Fujisaki and Suzuki's work on traceable ring signatures originate from the work of Rivest et al.
There are two other  implementations of anonymity currently available or currently in development.

One implementation is ZeroCoin/ZeroCash's use of zero-knowledge proofs. The other implementation is based on gmaxwell's CoinJoin idea (such as mixing services for bitcoin or the alternative cryptocurrency coin called Darkcoin).
1つは、ZeroCoin / ZeroCashのゼロ知識証明の使用です。他の実行方法は、gmaxwellのCoinJoinのアイデアに基づいています(例えば、ビットコインやアルトコインと呼ばれるDarkcoinという別の暗号化コイン用のサービスを混在させるなど)

[/b]1. Comparison with ZeroCoin and ZKP-based approaches:[/b]

You can read about ZeroCoin and zero-knowledge proofs (ZKP).
The ZK environment allows an anonymity set that includes everyone in the network.  The validity of an output can be proven without knowing the corresponding public key until the output is spent.
The largest risk is that this is recent research-level cryptography that hasn't been subjected to years of cryptanalysis, so exploits may emerge down the road.
Ring signatures are much simpler and more mature, with many peer-reviewed papers published over more than a decade.
Other issues with ZKP include the RSA private key used to initiate the accumulator. The participants must trust the generating party with destroying the accumulator.
It also obscures the entire economy, not just the identities of the sender and the identities of the receiver.
If the ZK system is compromised, then an attacker can continuously spend coins that don't exist using false proofs.
This damage is hidden from everybody due to total blinding and consequently at any given time it's not possible to know if the network has already been compromised.
There is a tradeoff between these inherent risks and the maximal anonymity set provided by ZKP.
CryptoNote aims for a different balance through the dual layers of privacy provided by one-time keys and リング シグナチャー.

2. Comparison with CoinJoin-based approaches:
Superior (SUP) coin is more qualitatively similar to mixing implementations like CoinJoin. The differences arise in the departure from the bitcoin protocol, which allows Superior (SUP) coin to use new cryptography to provide decentralized and trustless mixing of superior quality.
The critical problem with mixing services is the need to trust the operators. 
As an example, the mixer of gives the following disclaimer: "However if the server was compromised or under subpoena it could be forced to keep logs. If this were to happen, you haven't gained any privacy, but you haven't lost any either."
The CoinJoin-inspired Darkcoin performs mixing with selected "master nodes" since it still uses ordinary signatures that can be mapped one-to-one.

The motivation is that a randomly selected node is less likely than a single service to exhibit bad faith (such as keeping logs).  In practice, a few VPS companies host the vast majority of nodes and this approach relies on the integrity and good behavior of these nodes.
Superior (SUP) coin more fundamental cryptographic approach doesn't have these vulnerabilities, and the quality of anonymity is much higher.
The ring signatures of Superior (SUP) coin are also far more secure and convenient than CoinJoin because they mix outputs.  They do not mix transactions.
This means a transaction does not involve waiting around for other senders to mix with; nor is a user restricted to mixing only if others are sending the same amount.
Arbitrary amounts can be sent at any time without anyone else's participation. This feature makes a timing analysis of the blockchsin useless.

Overview of a transaction:
Bob decides to spend an output, which was sent to the one-time public key. He needs Extra (1), TxOutNumber (2), and his Account private key (3) to recover his one-time private key (4).
When sending a transaction to Carol, Bob generates its Extra value by random (5). He uses Extra (6), TxOutNumber (7) and Carol's Account public key (  to get her Output public key (9).
In the input Bob hides the link to his output among the foreign keys (10). To prevent double-spending he also packs the Key image, derived from his one-time private key (11).
Finally, Bob signs the transaction, using his one-time private key (12), all the public keys (13) and key Image (14). He appends the resulting ring signatures to the end of the transaction (15).


Blockchain obfuscation: mixing various coins to hide or make them untraceable
Block time: time required to solve a math puzzle
CryptoNight: PoW algorithm for PC CPUs for mining, in the CryptoNote codebase.
CryptoNote protocol: an application layer protocol that powers several decentralized privacy oriented cryptocurrencies.
Daemon: a background process that performs a specified operation at predefined times or in response to certain events.
Emission curve: the rate at which tokens or coins are distributed
Emission speed: how fast more coins are produced
Minimum mix-in policy: the smallest amount of other coin wallets that your coins mix with to make a transaction anonymous
Non-uniform: it does not always select the same wallets for mixing. It selects in a non uniform way
One-time ring signatures:
Output: data generated by a computer at a software level - such as the result of a calculation - or at a physical level - such as a printed document.
Proof of Work (PoW): economic measure and work required in processing power/time by a computer to deter "denial of service" attacks on the blockchain network.
Protocol-level: at the software's core level
RingCT:a method of hiding transaction amounts in the strongly decentralized anonymous cryptocurrency Monero.
Ring generation: path generated
Ring signatures: the number of people the transactions mix with
Schnorr signatures: an algorithm that produces a digital signature. Its security is based on the intractability of certain discrete algorithm problems. It is considered the simplest digital signature scheme to be provably secure in a random oracle model.  It is efficient and generates short signatures.
Stealth address: hidden address
Superior Coin daemon: the background process
Torrent style: taking and giving from different places
Twisted Edwards curve: Important elliptic curves in public key cryptography and are at the heart of an electronic signature scheme called EdDSA that offers high performance while avoiding security problems that have surfaced in other digital signature schemes.
TxOutNumber: Transmission out number
Viewkey: special key to see inside the user's account.

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