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Best VPNs To Buy With Bitcoin & Cryptocurrencies

21 Sep 2020 1 minute read 2 comments NOWPayments

Cryptocurrency users are finding a growing need for quality virtual private networks (VPNs) to buy and sell their digital assets as the governments’ and hackers’ eyes follow blockchains. This article highlights how to buy seamless, cheap, and highly...

Tor Was Not Enough; Why You're Probably Already Screwed.

19 Sep 2020 2 minute read 8 comments Deebz

DISCLAIMER:  If you're an aspiring cyber-criminal looking for a "how-to" manual, please reconsider your life choices.  This post is for informational purposes only. Recently, a social engineer/hacker took to an deepweb forum to recount just how ludic...

United States Will Pay You $625K if You Can Crack Monero's Privacy

17 Sep 2020 1 minute read 7 comments Abhi K

The United States Internal Revenue Service is offering a bounty of up to $625,000 to individuals who are successfully able to breach the privacy protocol of Monero (XMR), according to a proposal published in early September. The proposal asks for su...

Reuben Yap of Zcoin on the Lelantus Protocol and Privacy in Cryptocurrency

16 Sep 2020 1 minute read 1 comment TheDesertLynx

Zcoin's project steward Reuben Yap comes on the podcast to talk privacy in cryptocurrency. He explains the main approaches to obfuscating transactions, from the decoy approach to the encryption approach (and hybrid models), and the different strengt...

Why privacy matters and how to be rewarded to improve yours

16 Sep 2020 5 minute read 8 comments TMod_Marco

Read this, even if you don't care about your privacy... Privacy is not the most fun, or most interesting topic to talk about. Agreed? Though, when I ask someone 'do you care about your privacy?', the immediate answer would typically be 'yes, I do!...

Uphold, BAT, and what PublishOx can do: A Proposal

15 Sep 2020 1 minute read 0 comments howardroark

  I have a proposal for the publishox community, that may not be possible, but one can only try when an idea comes into their Brain Hole. I have alot of BAT on my main computer. I refuse to deal with Uphold and give them my ID, and many here probably...

(SNTR) silent notary, crypto crime cyber sleuth

9 Sep 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Andann427

(SNTR) is the native token of the smart contract of Silent notary and is used for the legal services rendered. It is a decentralized notary service used for the recording of digital interactions across interoperable blockchains and data sources. It’s...

Beware: Your VPN can be Dangerous!

7 Sep 2020 2 minute read 3 comments bosluistepel

Using a VPN makes you feel safer, but there are still a few risks involved that should be considered when choosing the right VPN for you. In this article, I will highlight some of these risks to help keep you safe when using a VPN. Can you trust all...

Examining Litecoin's MimbleWimble-Extension Block Proposal

3 Sep 2020 13 minute read 1 comment Interdax

A look at Litecoin’s MimbleWimble upgrade (LIP 0002 and LIP 0003), which will go live on testnet at the end of September.   Introduction In September, Litecoin’s MimbleWimble implementation will go live on testnet to experiment with this n...

Monero(XMR) obfuscation at it’s finest

3 Sep 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Andann427

Monero (XMR) Pioneer in privacy and obfuscation technology. Monero will alway be among my favorite legacy coins. I became interested when I bought a genesis mining contract I would have buyers remorse purchasing. At first I virtually knew nothing abo...