Tag: privacy

Monero Reaches a Daily Transaction All-time High

Whether one likes or dislikes privacy currencies, they seem to find their niche in many different ways. For Monero, a new all-time high in daily transactions was recorded last week, further confirming the potential of this project.  There are many reasons as to why privacy-oriented crypto assets really matter.  Ongoing Transaction Growth for Monero They address a lot of flaws and shortcomings found in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others.  Moreover, currencies …
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A Privacy-oriented Blockchain can Power Coronavirus Tracking Apps

On a global scale, there are growing discussions regarding a coronavirus tracking application. Building such a solution will require a lot of work, especially when it comes to respecting user privacy. As the global pandemic rages on, it becomes all the more important to keep tabs on infection-free regions. Coronavirus Blockchain Solutions Remain Popular In addition, governments want to track the population’s movements across the entire country. All of these …
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MimbleWimble Support for Litecoin Continues to Progress

Litecoin is often referred to as a mere copy of Bitcoin. That is rather unfair sentiment, primarily because there are plenty of developments taking place. One of those ongoing developments is known as MimbleWimble. Litecoin’s Implementation of MimbleWimble Progresses Nicely While not unique to Litecoin, significant progress on implementing this solution has been made in recent months.  In the latest update, some more details have been released. One drawback to …
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Bitcoin Cash’s Cashfusion Works as Intented, so far

The opinions on any development involved Bitcoin Cash will always be all over the place. Cashfusion, the upcoming privacy upgrade for BCH, has high expectations to live up to. A recent comment by data analyst James Waugh only confirms the potency of Cashfusion. The Future Looks Bright for CashFusion James deems this option to be far more practical compared to traditional CoinJoin implementations. This is part of the massive stress …
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