Practical Compact E-Cash

@inproceedings{Au2007PracticalCE,
  title={Practical Compact E-Cash},
  author={Man Ho Au and Willy Susilo and Yi Mu},
  booktitle={ACISP},
  year={2007}
}
Compact e-cash schemes allow a user to withdraw a wallet containing k coins in a single operation, each of which the user can spend unlinkably. One big open problem for compact e-cash is to allow multiple denominations of coins to be spent efficiently without executing the spend protocol a number of times. In this paper, we give a (partial) solution to this open problem by introducing two additional protocols, namely, compact spending and batch spending. Compact spending allows spending all the… CONTINUE READING
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