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The Litecoin MimbleWimble (MW) lead developer, David Burkett, has given a progress update on the project.
The burgeoning Polkadot ecosystem is getting yet another huge use case to its ever-expanding suite of innovative products.
Crypto security is weak across the board, and one wallet provider has a product that can help change that.
Early this year, privacy-focused coins were seemingly dealt a death blow by Bittrex, a popular crypto-asset exchange.
Bittrex announced on December 29 that its exchange will be removing the United States markets for the three of the biggest privacy coins by market cap on January 15, 2021.
Ledger, the popular hardware wallet, said today that data belonging to over 1 million customers was leaked on a hacker forum.
It appears that the “Coinbase Effect” is back.
Economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York suggest that privacy concerns at “Big Tech” firms like Facebook—which are developing their own digital currencies—could help position Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) as a better alternative.
A recent vulnerability in privacy browser Tor allowed hackers to access users’ Bitcoin funds but using additional features can help avoid those concerns, according to one cybersecurity researcher.
Development on Litecoin’s upcoming privacy and scalability implementation, MimbleWimble, continues to be smooth and faces no potential delays ahead of a testnet launch later this month, the Litecoin Foundation confirmed in a release. The.
The first testnet for the MimbleWimble implementation on Litecoin remains on track for a September launch, lead developer David Burkett said in a July update yesterday.
Hackers behind the Twitter breach early on Thursday embedded a Monero (XMR) centric message on several of their Bitcoin transactions—paying $11 in costs to do so.
Coinbase was in the crosshairs over the weekend after SEC filings revealed the business licensed transactional information software to regulators.
Ever since crypto-crimes and criminals using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to launder money became a thing, the field of crypto-forensics has come up as an unlikely “evil good.” The field has, somewhat, proven most cryptocurrencies are not fully private as previously imagined.
The Brave Browser has long been the search platform of choice amongst privacy-conscious users who are keen on avoiding the far-reaching privacy intrusions seen on traditional web browsers like Google.
Security in the cryptocurrency market, and its related products, is a long-revered feature by both users and long-term investors.
Bitcoin’s privacy features have been under fire by critics since early 2013. While the protocol remains technically robust and mathematically secure, a loophole allows blockchain analysts and cryptographers to link transactional behavior with users, leading to some term Bitcoin as pseudonymous.
[Update at 14:50 UTC] Benjamin Winston, Director of Security at ECC, told CryptoSlate via a tweet the paper was simply a “review” of existing material and proposes a new attack that is based on a “faulty understanding” of the Zcash protocol by the Hush team.