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$Sero, Super Zero Protocol team believes that their potential is huge

20 hours ago 1 minute read 0 comments acnt-pbx

The Super Zero Protocol is the world’s first blockchain protocol to use Zero-Knowledge Proofs for privacy protection and supports Turing smart contracts. SERO are empowered by a long list of partners they take pride in.  HyperPay, Gate.io, F2Pool, mi...

Ghost Wallet - Whats happened with Ghost By McAfee since wallet launch.

8 Jul 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Iwasntexpectingthispressure

Anons first Crypto. Post #19 I've been investigating cryptocurrency and the decentralized web since the start of May 2020. This blog is an avenue of documentation and expression of my experience. I will be taking a look at the functionality of the w...

Andreas Antonopoulos: "Bitcoin is Not a Privacy Coin"

8 Jul 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Abhi K

In a Q&A video on his YouTube channel posted on July 7, Bitcoin advocate Andreas Antonopoulos has said that Bitcoin is not a privacy coin. He added that it was unlikely that Bitcoin would add privacy features or implement those of popular privacy coi...

“BigSpender” vulnerability is plaguing major Bitcoin wallets

6 Jul 2020 2 minute read 4 comments fklivestolearn

A mobile cryptocurrency wallet startup has discovered the double-spend attacks in some of the most popular Crypto wallets   Once again, ZenGo has come forward to highlight a vulnerability plaguing some of the most popular bitcoin wallets like hardwar...

The Global Privacy Risk of “Made in China” Cryptocurrencies

4 Jul 2020 3 minute read 1 comment DARIOR

Never has the centralization of a technology been so seductive for those who govern, nor its decentralization so necessary for those who are governed. The Chinese regime was the first to be seduced by the power of cryptocurrencies. This new programma...

Can Bitcoin Satisfy Both Regulators And Privacy-Sensitive Users?

3 Jul 2020 3 minute read 0 comments PassionCryptodotcom

For users who value financial privacy, cryptocurrencies have always been extremely relevant alternatives. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin have their history of origin deeply rooted in this basic ideal, beset with a general distrust of institutions that...

Mommin' It Monday - Episode 6

1 Jul 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Mamaecrypto

This week our Episode of Mommin' It Monday is being posted a little late on the blog... I apologize for the delay in posting the stream number 6 but glad I took some time off to enjoy the stunning landscapes of the state of Nevada. I will make sure t...

The End of Privacy As We Know It

30 Jun 2020 1 minute read 0 comments AndyWooForever

On June 23 2020, Senator, Graham, Lindsey Introduced a Bill to the Senate by the title of S.4051. This Bill will allow law enforcement agencies to access encrypted data “and things for others purposes.”  The bill can be read here , which explains it...

If you think Apple isn't open then watch this

30 Jun 2020 1 minute read 14 comments lowededwookie

Full interview It feels like I've done nothing recently but flogging a dead horse. The open source commenters here love to say that Apple doesn't care about your privacy and that it's nothing more than a marketing gimmick. So now the dead horse is g...

Why anti-Apple rhetoric is wrong

28 Jun 2020 9 minute read 8 comments lowededwookie

So the other day I wrote a post called Do people really want privacy? I wanted to try and explain to people why ignoring Apple is a bad idea if you make the claim that you value privacy so much. I looked at what Apple is currently doing and what Appl...