US Government Interested in Tracking Privacy Coins, New Document Shows
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security wants to find out if it's feasible to track transactions conducted using privacy coins.
Despite launching with considerable fanfare in early 2019, grin, the first cryptocurrency to test privacy protocol MimbleWimble, is showing no signs of life.
Following a report last week on the anonymity features of grin, one big question emerged: What is privacy in crypto, anyways?
The blockchain intelligence firm says it has added zcash and dash to its transaction-tracing products.
Developers behind the cryptocurrency Grin agreed to hold off on changes to planned proof-of-work updates for the foreseeable future.
Grin, a privacy-focused cryptocurrency built on "mimblewimble" tech, has gone live on mainnet.