DISCUSSION: How Can Public Blockchains Have Privacy?

On today's show, we discuss the idea of true privacy on public, transparent blockchains and some of the ways it's working (or not) in Bitcoin or related projects right now.

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The best Sundays are for long reads and deep conversations. Today we're asking: how can public blockchains have privacy?

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