Tag: TumbleBit

What is the Breeze Wallet?

It is obvious there are many different types of bitcoin wallets in existence. Some users prefer simplicity, whereas others want additional features to maintain privacy. The upcoming Breeze wallet will check a lot of the right boxes for users who value financial privacy while conducting blockchain-based transactions. It is time to take a look as to what this wallet entails exactly. A Closer Look At The Breeze Wallet For Financial …
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How Will Regulators React to Bitcoin Privacy Solutions in Future?

China, the US, Japan, the Philippines, Korea and many other countries have begun implementing regulatory frameworks and policies to regulate the global bitcoin exchange market. Bitcoin exchanges are required to comply with industry-wide standards and strict Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) policies in order to obtain licenses to operate as financial companies. Some governments such as China and its central bank the People‚Äôs Bank of China (PBoC) …
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TumbleBit Aims To Improve Bitcoin Transaction Anonymity

Most people think of bitcoin as an anonymous cryptocurrency, even though that is far from the case. For those people who look for more anonymity while using bitcoin, there are the so-called mixing services. TumbleBit, a system developed by researchers at various US universities, should make it far more difficult for third parties to identify or track people involved in particular bitcoin transactions. Is TumbleBit Capable of Making Bitcoin Anonymous? …
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Lightning Creator: Why Segwit is a Real Blocksize Increase Solution

In an online bitcoin community, Thaddeus Dryja, the co-author of Lightning, explained how he realized Segregated Witness (Segwit) is an actual block size increase for the bitcoin network. Over the past few months, the bitcoin community has seen many experts including Andreas Antonopoulos and Coinbase Director of Engineering Charlie Lee, express their optimism towards Segwit, not only for its scalability but its ability to open opportunities for two-layer solutions like …
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