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authorJeffrey Burdges <burdges@gnunet.org>2017-05-19 21:38:13 +0200
committerJeffrey Burdges <burdges@gnunet.org>2017-05-19 21:38:13 +0200
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@@ -1428,8 +1428,8 @@ information known by the merchant in the above. As a result, this
proves that our linking protocol \S\ref{subsec:linking} does not
degrade privacy. We note that the exchange could lie in the linking
protocol about the transfer public key to generate coins that it can
-link (at a financial loss to the exchange that it would have to share
-with its auditor). However, in the normal course of payments the link
+link, at a financial loss to the exchange that it would have to share
+with its auditor. However, in the normal course of payments the link
protocol is never used.
\subsection{Exculpability arguments}
@@ -1614,9 +1614,9 @@ we then pushed the t2.micro instance to the resource limit
from a network with $\approx$ 160 ms latency to
the EC2 instance. At that point, the instance managed about 8 HTTP
requests per second, which roughly corresponds to one full business
-transaction (as a full business transaction is expected to involve
-withdrawing and depositing several coins). The network traffic was
-modest at approximately 50 kbit/sec from the exchange
+transaction, given that a full business transaction is expected to
+involve withdrawing and depositing several coins. The network traffic
+was modest at approximately 50 kbit/sec from the exchange
%(Figure~\ref{fig:out})
and 160 kbit/sec to the exchange.
%(Figure~\ref{fig:in}).