Privacy on the Blockchain: Where Are We Headed?
Privacy may be an issue with major blockchains today, but 2017 saw innovations by leaps and bounds, argues VC Arianna Simpson.
Bitcoin mined with dirty energy sources like coal could be frowned upon like "blood diamonds," VC investor and reality TV star Kevin O'Leary claims.
The startup behind the privacy-centric bitcoin app Wasabi Wallet recently brought together 100 people to collectively execute a "CoinJoin" transaction.
Some say institutions are waiting for “green bitcoin” before buying in. Here’s why they may be waiting a long time.
Privacy is needed to enhance the "moneyness" of cryptocurrency. As it is, our entire global system of money has also seen its fungibility deteriorate.
A crypto exchange startup is seeking to blacklist wallets associated with illicit drug use in an attempt to use the blockchain to save lives.