Tags : Privacy

Market

What are privacy coins and how do they differ from

Cryptocurrencies are typically pseudonymous, but not necessarily private. Bitcoin (BTC) and other assets run on blockchains, with each transaction posted publicly online. During a transaction between two or more parties, assets move to different wallets, each represented by a string of characters.  With these addresses and transactions visible to all, however, a certain level of […]Read More

Litecoin

Litecoin’s MimbleWimble privacy upgrade is ready to roll on March

The Litecoin MimbleWimble (MW) lead developer, David Burkett, has given a progress update on the project. He mentioned improvements to do with stealth addresses, as well as enhancements to the wallet interface. But crucially, Burkett puts a date of March 15 for when he can hand it over to the community for review. January Progress: […]Read More

Blockchain

How Phala Network is bringing on-chain privacy to the Polkadot

The burgeoning Polkadot ecosystem is getting yet another huge use case to its ever-expanding suite of innovative products. Privacy for transactions The cryptocurrency space—far, far before its current form—started out with the ethos of financial inclusion and privacy. This meant transacting in a fully private, safe manner while still viewing all such transactions in a […]Read More

Regulation

Is Crypto the Answer to Australian Banks Invading User Privacy?

Reports are emerging of Australian banks demanding customers complete detailed invoices over their use of funds as a condition for honoring transactions. Time for crypto to take over completely?  Australian Banks are Now Asking Invasive Questions Crypto reporter and analyst Alex Saunders has noted that he is receiving reports that banks are now demanding customers […]Read More