It is a flexible tool which can adapt to several use cases: different privacy and security levels, optional delegation, multiple types of questions, multiple authentication systems and an advanced... Read More
ZeroCoin, a blockchain protocol that grants total and absolute transaction anonymity, has finally been brought from concept to implementation. The protocol will allow developers to create coins that,... Read More
The basic principle of delivering privacy and anonymity is the long-time known mathematical scheme - “zero-knowledge proof”. The principle is following: the task has a solution, it is observed as... Read More
The announcement continues: Over a period of several weeks, the “highly sophisticated” criminal party created fake Zerocoins and sold them using multiple exchange accounts to avoid raising... Read More
Anonymous cryptocurrency Zcoin has given an indication that it will discharge the trusted setup by the end of 2017. This will allow anonymity, with anonymity collection surpassing thousands in... Read More
Report: Japanese Crypto Exchanges Unite to Form Self-Regulatory Group
A group of Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges is reportedly uniting to form a new self-regulatory body in the wake of the recent Coincheck hack.
According to Reuters, which cites unnamed sources clo
Bitcoin’s bouncing back, here are the next big catalysts for the cryptocurrency
Bitcoin is back. The cryptocurrency surged Tuesday, closing in on the $12,000 level. One bitcoin bull says progress on the regulatory front could send it even higher. According to CNBC "Fast
EU Regulators to Discuss Crypto Regulation Next Week
A group of European Union regulators will meet next week to discuss the regulation of cryptocurrencies.
Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, European Commission vice president Valdis Dombrovskis said
Lisk Relaunches Blockchain Project With 'Accessibility' in Mind
The team behind the Lisk blockchain network is hosting a relaunch event in Berlin today, boasting a new look and long-term plan for the project.
"Rebranding normally only involves a change of desig