What Is Suterusu (SUTER)?

What Is Suterusu (SUTER)? Complete Guide Review About Suterusu.

What Is Suterusu (SUTER)?

Millions of Crypto holders on either Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain, can send, transfer and withdraw privately via Suterusu Shield network without exposing their private transaction data. After initializing a pull request, you’ll see a review page that shows a high-level overview of the changes between your branch (the compare branch) and the repository’s base branch. You can add a summary of the proposed changes, review the changes made by commits, add labels, milestones, and assignees, and @mention individual contributors or teams. For more information, see “Creating a pull request.”

Suterusu Once you’ve created a pull request, you can push commits from your topic branch to add them to your existing pull request. These commits will appear in chronological order within your pull request and the changes will be visible in the “Files changed” tab. Other contributors can review your proposed changes, add review comments, contribute to the pull request discussion, and even add commits to the pull request.

Suterusu Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameSuterusu
Short NameSUTER
Circulating Supply3.86B SUTER
Total Supply10,000,000,000
Source CodeClick Here To View Source Code
ExplorersClick Here To View Explorers
Twitter PageClick Here To Visit Twitter Group
WhitepaperClick Here To View
Support24/7
Official Project WebsiteClick Here To Visit Project Website

Draft pull requests

Draft pull requests are available in public repositories with GitHub Free for organizations and legacy per-repository billing plans, and in public and private repositories with GitHub Team, GitHub Enterprise Server 2.17+, and GitHub Enterprise Cloud. For more information, see “GitHub’s products.”When you create a pull request, you can choose to create a pull request that is ready for review or a draft pull request. Draft pull requests cannot be merged, and code owners are not automatically requested to review draft pull requests. For more information about creating a draft pull request, see “Creating a pull request” and “Creating a pull request from a fork.”

Suterusu When you’re ready to get feedback on your pull request, you can mark your draft pull request as ready for review. Marking a pull request as ready for review will request reviews from any code owners. You can convert a pull request to a draft at any time. For more information, see “Changing the stage of a pull request.”

Trustless and Universal layer-2 solution to protect your transaction privacy

Millions of transactions are taking place on blockchain everyday, but people have to expose individual privacy as anyone who knows your address can read your entire financial history. Suterusu invented a trust less and universal layer-2 privacy-protection protocol – Suter Shield delinks the sender and receiver address, and give you full protection for your transaction data via advanced cryptography. Complete privacy protection for both user identities and transaction details within layer-2.

Original, Pioneering Privacy Technology

Designed and integrated an advanced Suterusu scheme with almost constant size proof, efficient proof generation and verification. Your proofs are 12% to 20% shorter than the state-of-the-art Bulletproof (Bootle et al., CRYPTO’18) for standard choices of range size and security parameter, and are more efficient (both for the prover and the verifier) by more than 10x. Orignal Core Tech Theory, “Efficient Range Proofs with Transparent Setup from Bounded Integer Commitments” co-authored by Suterusu CTO Dr. Lin has been accepted by the top cryptography conference – EuroCrypt 2021.

Differences between commits on compare and pull request pages

The compare and pull request pages use different methods to calculate the diff for changed files:

  • Compare pages show the diff between the tip of the head ref and the current common ancestor (that is, the merge base) of the head and base ref.
  • Pull request pages show the diff between the tip of the head ref and the common ancestor of the head and base ref at the time when the pull request was created. Consequently, the merge base used for the comparison might be different.