Privacy

There are a total of 48 articles associated with Privacy.
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Blockchain transparency is making Web3 the surveillance tool it was meant to free societies from

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Freedom Tool will enable citizens to organize anonymous elections in a trustless way

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But total privacy is not the answer — DAOs need a combination of transparency and selective private governance to succeed

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2024 could be the year for privacy applications to cross over to non-crypto internet users

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OKX will be delisting the top three privacy coins next week

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After the destruction caused by a typhoon, the reality of sending money to my family in the Philippines was a fee-heavy and delay-filled nightmare

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They may use different cryptographic techniques, but all privacy-centric L2s hope to be the first on Ethereum

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The first mainnet version of Nocturne has limited functionality, but more features are in the works

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Privacy enabling zero-knowledge functionality needn’t be limited to layer-2 and could be applied to Ethereum’s base layer, research shows

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The Ritual platform is set to launch in early 2024

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PPOI builds off Vitalik Buterin’s paper on Privacy Pools, but at a protocol level

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zPass is based on a research paper on “zk-creds” designed to use zero knowledge for age verification

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The latest functionality to join the DePIN stack is written in Rust and will allow developers to compute encrypted data

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The DeFi industry is not living up to the expectations of Web3 builders or regulators

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The Fairblock team has recently secured $2.5 million from investors to bring conditional encryption to blockchains

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The Tornado Cash story tells us that Web3 users want privacy and regulators want compliance — but there’s a way to have both

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Aztec co-founders note that a developer testnet will likely be launched next year

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Manta Pacific is built using OP stack and will rely on Celestia for data availability

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Privacy Pools may be a way to find an equilibrium between privacy and regulation

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From Green Beret to civilian advocate, Alex Pruden relates his personal path to privacy tech

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The protocol introduces “shielded swaps” — a way to transact without revealing private information

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Should crypto developers be held liable if their tech is used for criminal behavior?

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A number of teams are working to enable zero-knowledge DeFi, but they’re all dealing with the same basic logic problem

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The foundation also offered a bounty of 3 BTC in December 2021 to increase the usability and privacy of Bitcoin Lightning wallets

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