On Bitcoin Cash’s second birthday Thursday, Craig Wright penned a brief article entitled “PII in the Bitcoin World.” The subject of personally identifiable information (PII) is massive right now due to the Equifax data breach scandal. Continue reading CRAIG WRIGHT SCOLDS BITCOIN PRIVACY GEEKS IN WAKE OF EQUIFAX SCANDAL
The privacy of digital data on the network is the salient feature to P2PS secure, interference-free communications system developed by P2P Solutions Foundation.
The privacy of digital data on the global network finds a new competitor in the crypto universe. From the outset, the team of P2P Solutions Foundation points out a clear global problem; anything that is digitally exchanged with anyone, anywhere, is not protected by any privacy standard. Including information exchanged on corporate networks (private intranets). Right now the vast majority of Internet and Intranet activity is constantly monitored. At certain bottlenecks, the tracked information may be sensitive to the parties. In this way, new models are needed in which the activity is properly protected. Continue reading Digital Data Privacy on P2PS
If you ask Riccardo Spagni–aka FluffyPony on Crypto Twitter–about who should invest in Monero, get ready for a pushback. “Monero’s probably not an investment. It’s designed to be a currency, and in particular it’s designed to be a privacy-preserving currency.” says Spagni. Spagni is a builder who pushes norms in crypto, a community still defining what normal even looks like. I talked with Spagni about Monero and what makes it so different from other privacy coins. Continue reading What Monero’s Ric Spagni Thinks About Privacy And Money
Litecoin [LTC]’s pursuit of privacy and confidential transactions is surging ahead after Charlie Lee confirmed being in talks with Beam for the implementation of MimbleWimble. This marks a significant development in what could possibly be a game-changer for the coin. Continue reading Litecoin [LTC]’s Charlie Lee confirms talks with privacy coin Beam to implement MimbleWimble
This article is part one of a four part Eden Labs series on about privacy tokens.
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When analyzing a project, the Eden Labs team looks for projects that do something unique or do it much better than its competition. Quality projects should be able to explain complex ideas simplified to their audience. In addition, projects that rely heavily on a broad user base have to have an incentive for the first ten people to join the network before a million users is ever achievable. No project will succeed if it requires a million participants to bring any value to its users. Continue reading Privacy Tokens Part 1: Zcash Review