Beam Announces ‘Critical’ Vulnerability in Mimblewimble Crypto’s Wallet
The Beam privacy coin's development team announced a "critical" vulnerability discovered in its wallet software Wednesday, telling users to remove old versions immediately.
Launching in January of this year, beam is one of two first implementations of the Mimblewimble privacy protocol
Privacy-oriented crypto Beam has secured an undisclosed amount of funding from Japan’s equivalent to LinkedIn, Recruit Co., Ltd.
Following a report last week on the anonymity features of grin, one big question emerged: What is privacy in crypto, anyways?
Privacy-oriented cryptocurrency Beam said Monday morning that its blockchain had stopped. A fix has now been committed, it says [updated].
The "critical vulnerability" found by developers of the mimblewimble privacy coin Beam is said to have put user funds at possible risk of being stolen.