Wasabi Wallet Patches Flaw That Could Have Thwarted Bitcoin Privacy Feature
The flaw’s discovery is an example of cooperation in the open-source community, where devs are constantly tinkering to improve their peers’ software.
New research from blockchain analytics firm Elliptic asks whether zkSNACKs, the firm behind bitcoin privacy wallet Wasabi, is turning a blind eye to stolen coins.
The donation will encourage developing and pursuing open-source tech.
Wasabi Wallet 2.0 will introduce privacy enhancement "WabiSabi," a more efficient CoinJoin framework.
One of the main Wasabi Wallet 2.0 improvements is not just to the CoinJoin design through WabiSabi, but also its usability. We could see it debut in about nine months.
Monero, Samourai, Wasabi, OpenBazaar were cited as threats in a Europol report.