Both have an input block followed by multiple XOR from the rounds 5-20: 0C000002 C0000010 B400001C 3C000004 BC00001A 20000010 2400001C EC000014 0C000002 C0000010 B400001C 2C000004 BC000018 B0000010 0000000C B8000010
See Appendix A: https://www.cs.technion.ac.il/users/wwwb/cgi-bin/tr-get.cgi/2011/PHD/PHD-2011-08.pdf
SHAttered uses 192 bytes followed by the XOR two times and Shambles uses 64 bytes followed by XOR nine times.
SHAmbles XOR: 00070000 00000000 00380000 1B171843 1D1A4311 0D522768 2E4B1141 430B001F 09075E19 1D0B4749 3154441C 4C0D4907 1B0E1E00 64E1769B 09ADE441 1BC65A38
Followed by nine times: 0C000002 C0000010 B400001C 3C000004 BC00001A 20000010 2400001C EC000014 0C000002 C0000010 B400001C 2C000004 BC000018 B0000010 0000000C B8000010
SHAattered XOR is zero for the first 192 bytes then followed by two times: 0C000002 C0000010 B400001C 3C000004 BC00001A 20000010 2400001C EC000014 0C000002 C0000010 B400001C 2C000004 BC000018 B0000010 0000000C B8000010
I am trying to run this
Getting following Syntax error - leading zeros in decimal integer literals are not permitted, use an 0o
prefix for octal integers.
I am new and don't understand this. How can I run this?
Discovered the Bitcoin Security Guide from u/rnvk and I'm trying to decide between adding a long bip-39 passphrase (backed up to a seedplate) vs seed XOR to my current setup (coldcard + seedplate).
Any pros/cons to either I should be aware of?
I want to eliminate single points of failure, while also being careful not to end up with a multitude of physical backups that I then need to find secure hiding locations for.
I wanted to share with you my fees rewards I received for providing liquidity of about $ 3.5k.
27.05.2021 > 3.967 / 28.05.2021 > 11.967 / 29.05.2021 > 28.5021 / 30.05.2021 > 30.0188 / 31.05.2021 > 30.9928 / 01.06.2021 > 32.245 / 02.06.2021 > 33.0187 /
They are on accumulation basis.
Is there any lock up period on providing liquidity on XOR-PSWAP pool, it seems that I am not able to remove some of my liquidity out of the pool !!!
How to withdraw the fees and it doesn't show any withdrawal method !!
When are we getting to know about our Pswap rewards then !! 🤔
It seems there are alot of unclear issues that we need to know about 🙄
Thank you guys
Interested into seeing what everyone's portfolio allocation between these three are. 33/33/33%? 100% into just one of the three? A 50/50 split between the two? Etc
And what makes you more bullish over the other for the long term?
I have tried to come up with one but i do not know where is the issue..im fairly new in data structure so please do not flame me.
def xor(theSeq): n = len(theSeq) for i in range(1, n): for j in range(i): if (theSeq[j] ^ theSeq[j + 1]) != 0: print("Not Same") else: print("Same") number = [1, 2, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 10, 10, 10] xor(number) print(number)
Hi, I'd like to move my XOR from the ETH wallet (that was snapshot for VAL rewards) to the Sora Polkadot wallet. Will I still be eligible to claim the remaining 84 VAL per XOR that are claimable later (already claimed the 10 VAL per XOR successfully)? Or do I need to leave my XOR in the same ETH wallet for claiming the rest of the VAL in a year or so)?
If I can move my XOR, will the VAL be automatically dropped to the same wallet where I claimed the first 10 VAL? Thank you
I'm not talking about a xor() function. I mean that like you write:
if True and False:
You'd be able to write:
if True xor False:
Is that even possible, theoretically?
I have a device with a 256bit key (let’s call it a transport key) and need to transport another key (let’s call it a working key) to the device(also 256bit). Is there any reason to not use a simple XOR to encrypt the working key with the transport key? The device has limited functionality and XOR seems like an easy method.
I'm staking XOR on polkadot. Last period three of the validators showed available rewards to claim. One era later that amount of rewards to claim has decreased significantly and just shows available rewards for the last era only. What happened to the previous unclaimed era rewards? They weren't deposited to my wallet, those validators weren't slashed and there are still enough days left to claim them from the previous eras I'd accumulated. Anyone know? Thanks!
I’m holding my XOR tokens in my erc20 wallet.. and they have been there for some time.
If the snapshot has taken place.. And the mainnet is live.. I’d expect to need to use a bridge… as VAL tokens are on polkadot…
I’ve got the Sora wallet on iOS… and this doesn’t really give me any answers of what to do.
I’ve been searching and searching..
Does anyone have an ‘idiots guide’ to how this will work?
Thanks in advance..
I have swapped ETH to XOR and now do I need to swap XOR to PSWAP or will PSWAP tokens be awarded automatically based on the number of XOR tokens I have? If I have to swap XOR to PSWAP, which one I need to select TBC or Smart or XYK market algorithm in the Swap popup?
So, don't let the logic gate term scare you off, because many of your homes do the same thing with its light switches. Many rooms in your homes have a light switch on either end, where each one can toggle a light on and off. That way, you can turn it on when you enter, and off when you leave, all without walking back. Technically, that's an XOR gate when you think about it.
Anyways, why I would like a design to make one: hypertubes. They use a lot of power when you use hypertube cannons and you have multiple of them. Ideally, it would be nice to use the in game power switches to turn it on when I need to use it, and then on the opposite end I could have another to turn it off, all without walking back.
Since electricity in this game doesn't make a complete circuit like in real life, it makes it harder to design, and I'm not 100% sure if it's even possible, but I wanted to prompt the community here to see if anyone has an ideas of how to go about designing such a circuit.
Thanks for your ideas!
April 28th I tried bridging XOR over to Polkaswap, after multiple failed attempts i finally got a successful transfer, but its been 5 days and i have zero XOR in my account and a bunch of eth that I cant do anything with....
In my XORA-VAL pool, I have less than 1 XOR; I won't receive the rewards of this pool?
Hi I transferred my eth to sora and also transferred xor to make swap on the swap it went "error something went wrong "tried couple times with same result after refreshing page wallet is there but zero on accounts all eth and xor gone!!!😭😭😭😭
What should I do now???
Bonus points if you can do it without the not gate because i feel like it's possible but my brain doesn't want to work right now
Can anyone advise where these rewards are and how I can claim them?
I can notice that xor and pswap drop together almost in same percentage, are they correlated together? Why there is no xor pswap chart?
I would like to contribute to the "PSWAP Rewards 2: Buy XOR from SORA’s Token Bonding Curve" which means that I would need to use Hashi bridge to add KSM to my wallet (when the bridge is functioning again!).
What software or desktop wallet can I use to store the KSM temporarily before moving them onto the SORA Extension wallet or can I send it directly from Binance to the SORA wallet, or is Kusama wallet my best bet as an intermediary wallet?
Is there a way to see the current rate of return or how much I have earned so far?
What does the rule mean when it says - To qualify, a user just needs to maintain more than 1 XOR in their liquidity pool for a pair.
How do I do that? Just stake 1 XOR and equivalent of PSWAP when I do the LP, is that all?
Does anyone have any insight on how the token bonding curve will affect XOR price? Seems like once the network is live, the price becomes stable - unless I’m reading this wrong. Also, I’m quite scared the price will shoot down once more tokens on the network are released into circulation. Thoughts?
Can someone please explain to me how the liquidity pools work like I am in kindergarten.
I pooled some xor-pswap and it seems like the number of xor and pswap I pooled is changing.. do I need to keep an eye on this? or is it pool it and forget about it?
So today I've put some XOR-ETH and XOR-PSWAP liquidity into a pool. Everything worked just fine.
A while later I've looked at the pool again and only XOR-PSWAP still there, XOR-ETH is not showing.
What do I need to do to regain access to the XOR-ETH pair?
Thanks in advance
as the title suggests. anyone had a similar issue?
First off: I'm not looking for solutions or code examples of the instructions. I want to clear the challenge on my own.
The problem I have, though, is that I don't think I fully understand the given instructions, and that that's causing me to code the wrong things. For certain lines that are given, I'd like to get some more information as to why it needs to be done in that way. I have attempted to Google this, but the explanations either go full mathematics (and I suck at that), or contain actual solutions to the challenge, and that's not what I want, because I want to clear the challenges the proper way, not by copying someone else's work.
I'm hoping that someone here will be able to give some clarifications on some of the instructions, so I can follow them properly and solve the challenge. Preferably, the clarifications should be worded as if you're talking to a complete noob, because that's what I am.
> For each KEYSIZE, take the first KEYSIZE worth of bytes, and the second KEYSIZE worth of bytes, and find the edit distance between them. Normalize this result by dividing by KEYSIZE.
> The KEYSIZE with the smallest normalized edit distance is probably the key. You could proceed perhaps with the smallest 2-3 KEYSIZE values. Or take 4 KEYSIZE blocks instead of 2 and average the distances.
KEYSIZE here is anything between 2 and 40.
This one seems straightforward, but I do have some questions about it.
- Is using the Hamming distance between only these two blocks enough?
- Does it matter if these blocks follow each other directly, or could you theoretically take the first and last KEYSIZE group of bytes and find the edit distance between them? (If this is a stupid question, sorry. Like I said, I know nothing about cryptography.)
>Now that you probably know the KEYSIZE: break the ciphertext into blocks of KEYSIZE length.
I'm assuming here that they mean the byte array, not the string (because the first challenge mentions you should always work with raw bytes), but because they specifically say 'ciphertext' I'm a bit confused.
>Now transpose the blocks: make a block that is the first byte of every block, and a block that is the second byte of every block, and so on.
Can I send DOT to my polkadot.js wallet then swap it with XOR and PSWAP?
Soooo, how/where do i buy some XOR? Just want to buy and hold. I dont understand how to buy from uniswap.org , can someone please explain so an ape can understand? I can pay with btc/eth. And where should i store them? Thank you!