The privacy coin Monero celebrated yesterday five years of existence.
ING’s blockchain team is testing privacy tech called "bulletproofs," the latest in a series of such experiments at the global bank.
Monero's "bulletproofs" hard fork has led to a major reduction in transaction fees.
A highly anticipated technology designed to make blockchain privacy features more scalable will be tested on Monero soon.
Blockstream researcher Andrew Poelstra's efforts to create a more private bitcoin aren't about extremes, but about protecting the everyman.
As grin inches toward launch, the team is incorporating three bold scalability and privacy technologies originally created for bitcoin.
Taking the spotlight from zk-snarks, new privacy tech bulletproofs is garnering significant attention from a handful of blockchain developers.