Code as a Weapon: Amir Taaki Wants You to Join the Real Crypto Revolution
Infamous developer Amir Taaki believes bitcoin's potential is exhausted, but he's not giving up the fight to change the world with cryptocurrency.
Whether out of concern for personal security or a desire to preserve privacy, many Bitcoin developers are known to the world only by their pseudonyms.
A conversation about pseudo-anonymity, global digital nomadism and the trader’s mindset.
A New York Times decision to name Scott Alexander, the author of Slate Star Codex, raises questions about who deserves pseudonyms, journalism in 2020 and where we place value when it comes to news stories.
Europe's central bankers have developed an "anonymity voucher" to give prospective CBDC users limited privacy in their retail transactions.
Payments giant Mastercard claims to have developed a new way of keeping cryptocurrency transactions private using intermediary addresses.