Many Bitcoin Developers Are Choosing to Use Pseudonyms – For Good Reason
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.
The vulnerability allowed users votes in the recent constitutional poll to be decrypted, Russian journalists found.
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.
America's tax collector is laying the groundwork for a possible assault on privacy-enhancing cryptocurrency technologies.
Cryptography firm Bolt Labs has launched a private payment solution, zkChannels, on Tezos.
The Confidential Computing Consortium aims to create systems that sequester sensitive data so it can't be exploited by nefarious actors.