Kepler, the MimbleWimble blockchain that has been running over a year, released its new white paper describing its innovative transaction protocol and confidential asset capabilities. Since MimbleWimble’s mysterious inception, privacy experts have used their magic to extend the protocol’s reach, and the Kepler team has done just that with its Native Blockchain Confidential Assets technology.
MimbleWimble technology has allowed for confidential transfers of a blockchain’s native asset with no public record of transactions, but going beyond that remained a challenge. Kepler has taken MimbleWimble technology and transposed it to Confidential Assets to allow for the invisible transfer of assets made on top of the native blockchain. …
Probit, one of the most respected and important exchanges in the world has listed Kepler, this is part of the continued growth at Kepler as we now begin to enter the Korean market and create a Korean Community as well.
Here is our Korean Telegram group:
Recently, we made public the Confidential Assets demo at YouTube, our community has continued to grow as well, the future is looking bright for Kepler!
Deposits are live and trading has already been enabled at Probit, here is the KMW/USDT Pair:
There’s several ways for you to get KMW and become part of the Kepler community, here are some options:
- Mine KMW, here’s a nice article on it: https://medium.com/@keplernetwork/lets-mine-kepler-709520f09bc2
- Buy KMW, you can buy KMW from any of these exchanges:
Please do not hesitate to join our community channels, we’re always looking forward to meeting and working with our community!
The official Kepler mining pool is at http://pool.keplerexplore.com
Sign up/sign in at the pool
After signing up, set up your 2fa by going into “miners”
Back up your 2fa key and verify it on your phone
Enter your miner password (this can be any word, don’t forget, you’ll need it)
You can start mining with Downloads — Bminer or if you don’t have a GPU capable of mining Kepler (Cuckatoo31 which requires 8gb+ RAM), you can go ahead and rent hash on Nicehash.com
Enter the pool access info: pool.keplerexplore.com:3333 user: yourusername password: yourminerpassword
Set up your price and go ahead and rent…
We’re happy to announce that Kepler has been listed in P2Pb2b.io, this is a great exchange with an amazing interface and excelent tech and customer support.
This is another milestone in Kepler’s steady and continued growth in 2020. just two weeks ago, we announced Confidential Assets for Kepler in testnet: https://medium.com/@keplernetwork/kepler-confidential-assets-43d114fc6874
Kepler trading is open at p2pb2b.io:
Depositing Kepler (KMW) on P2PB2B, due to the strong privacy features built in Kepler, the exchange developers built a solution towards providing privacy and security with the goal of protecting customer’s funds.
Here’s how to send a deposit from your Kepler Wallet command line interface (Mac OS, Linux and FreeBSD) to the…
It is time to demo Kepler’s confidential assets (now on Testnet). We’ve been running CA on Testnet for over a week now.
At Kepler, we have been talking about Confidential Assets (CA) for almost a year now, but what are they ?
CA is a major improvement in privacy for Blockchain Applications. Traditional privacy platforms cannot hide their asset types, not even on major privacy platforms such as Grin, Monero and others. Transaction details such as origin, destination, amount may be hidden, however, the transaction asset type is known (it is possible to determine the asset type being sent).
Now, let’s take into consideration that you do not want to expose the asset type. not just the transaction amount. Kepler has now native Confidential Assets which will allow users to do this. …
Kepler is a Proof-of-Work Blockchain focused on confidential assets and private transactions. Savvy Blockchain enthusiasts typically try to mine a project before they have released major components, because the difficulty is low and they don’t have to compete with as many people. In this guide, we’ll cover how to mine Kepler even if you do not own a powerful graphics card or ASIC.
Mining Kepler is quite similar to mining other POW cryptocurrencies, you need a Miner and a Pool (technically you can also solo-mine which can make sense if you have enough hashrate to do it)
There are multiple ways to obtain Kepler coins, but first you will need a wallet to store…
The Kepler Network launched in March 4 2019, almost a year ago, so what have we been up to?
Granted, our social media numbers haven’t grown much during the past year as we’ve been mostly away coding and preparing for 2020 which is when we will launch the biggest blockchain development of the year (and what a way to start a new decade) Confidential Assets (CA).
Needless to say, this has been a great team effort and now we’ve assigned resources towards social media and marketing efforts, big things coming for Kepler!
Around a week ago, we released our LitePaper, this is the basis of our Whitepaper which will of course address in full detail every aspect of the Kepler technology and how CA will work.
Take a look at our LitePaper here…
February 13, 2020
Kepler is a blockchain privacy platform that aims to release the first ever Confidential Assets on a MimbleWimble Blockchain. Our consensus mechanism is Proof-of-Work. If you’d like to see more, please visit our website: https://kepler.network as well as our documentation site at https://docs.kepler.network
You can check out our LitePaper here:
Given the fact that Kepler is a MimbleWimble(MW) blockchain, privacy is one of the most important topics for Kepler, and this goes beyond “simple privacy”.
CT were designed to restore privacy to blockchain transactions, as the LitePaper mentions, Bitcoin transactions aren’t private, they can be traced using publicly-available tools. The goal for CT is to restore privacy to blockchain transactions. …
The catex.io exchange has listed Kepler today!
Catex.io is a really good exchange with amazing and helpful support, we’ve been coordinating with them in the implementation process and are very pleased with how the process went.
Check them out in coinmarketcap:
And here’s the trading pairs :