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RSA accumulators are far harder to implement correctly RSA accumulators need a trusted setup (someone, or multiple someones, must come up with a sufficiently large integer that is the product of 2 primes, and then throw those individual primes away). Bitcoin is generally designed to avoid trusted parties. For a 128-bit security level, you need at least 3000 ...


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