China Wants To Stop Anonymous Blockchain Use: Reports

New cybersecurity rules currently out for public consultation in China would notionally force users to provide their real identity to use any kind of Blockchain-based service. Blockchain? You’ll Need Your Name And ID As South China Morning Post (SCMP) reports quoting local media sources, the Cyberspace Administration of China is currently seeking feedback on the proposals, […]

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London Police Proactive Against Alleged Cryptocurrency Money Laundering

After a warning from European law enforcement agency Europol earlier this year that billions of pounds are being laundered through cryptocurrencies, City of London officials have decided to take matters into their own hands.  Transactions made in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are notoriously complicated to trace due to the fact that users can generally generate […]

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‘With Bitcoin We Cannot Rely On The Law of Man’ – Samourai Wallet (Interview)

Allen Scott · June 20, 2018 · 6:00 am Bitcoinist spoke with the founder and developer of Samourai wallet, the most privacy-focused bitcoin software wallet, self-described as a “Bitcoin wallet for the streets.”  The pseudonymous developer, who we’ll refer to as ‘Samourai,’ explained the importance of privacy in transacting, why Samourai is the most secure […]

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Transaction Privacy of Monero in Jeopardy Due to Several Flaws

Georgi Georgiev · March 29, 2018 · 4:00 am Researchers from a broad collection of renowned institutions point to serious flaws in Monero’s privacy protections. The faults suggest that, while still better than Bitcoin, the privacy features of Monero are far from being the cloak of invisibility they might seem like. Jeopardizing Privacy Monero’s main […]

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