*00:10:36* | nairb: | skinnkavaj: what are you suggesting should be done? |

*00:11:26* | Luke-Jr: | skinnkavaj knows I'm working on GBT, he's just an impatient guy who thinks everyone should drop everything and get it done overnight |

*00:12:09* | nairb: | what's GBT ? |

*00:12:39* | nairb: | getblocktemplate? |

*00:12:40* | maaku: | nairb: getblocktemplate |

*00:12:44* | nairb: | k |

*00:12:49* | nairb: | dinner, will read in a bit |

*05:55:29* | Pasha: | Pasha is now known as Cory |

*07:46:16* | andytoshi: | gmaxwell: hey, regarding 1-of-N outputs, with only one piece of random data we can only get 1-of-2 outputs, because we have only one group operation and the rank-nullity theorem |

*07:46:36* | andytoshi: | (try to work it out, you will see that you're just doing linear algebra and have only as much freedom as you have random data) |

*07:46:58* | andytoshi: | so to get 1-of-N, you need (N-1) random nonces. i guess you could use blockhash, H(blockhash), H(H(blockhash))... |

*07:47:30* | gmaxwell: | Yes, I'd assumed N-1 nonces. |

*07:49:50* | gmaxwell: | the requirement I was imagining was not having to transmit or store more than one or two points. |

*10:29:57* | skinnkavaj: | Vitalik Buterin on mining centralization |

*10:30:09* | skinnkavaj: | And future for Ethereum |

*10:30:10* | skinnkavaj: | https://blog.ethereum.org/2014/06/19/mining/ |

*10:49:48* | dsnrk: | skinnkavaj: that sounds similar. |

*10:50:01* | dsnrk: | s/similar/familiar |

*14:04:40* | andytoshi: | gmaxwell: if you have (N-1) nonces R_1, R_2, ..., R_{N-1}, then given pubkeys X_1, X_2, ..., X_N which satisfy X_i - X_{i-1} = R_i, any one of the X_i's imply all the others but only one can be known |

*14:05:00* | andytoshi: | this translates to X_1||X_2 and X_2||X_3 and X_3||X_4 ... which collapses to 1-of-N |

*14:06:09* | andytoshi: | so generate a random key X_i (with i random), determine X_1 from this, and publish X_1 as the output |

*14:26:07* | hearn_: | hearn_ is now known as hearn |

*15:16:37* | ZZyZX: | ZZyZX is now known as roidster |

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*23:31:29* | sl01: | anyone know if linux local privilege escalation vulns usually affect android? e.g. can any random app just use one of the vulns to get root on the phone? |