The Mimblewimble protocol uses blinding factors of balancing inputs and outputs in a commitment scheme as private keys. Sender and receiver must interact to construct a joint signature to authorize a transfer of funds. Blocks in Mimblewimble have all their constituent transactions aggregated into one giant transaction, erasing the original transaction boundaries. The initial block download further benefits from cut-through, in which all spent outputs cancel against corresponding inputs, erasing most of the blockchain history.
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