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‘People Will Get Burned’: Matt Odell on the Long Road to Bitcoin Privacy
Privacy advocate and hardcore bitcoiner Matt Odell discusses CoinJoins, privacy coins and “canaries.”
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Bitcoin Mixers: How Do They Work and Why Are They Used?
Bitcoin offers pseudonymity to users by design. But in order to be completely anonymous, you’ll need to use tools like bitcoin mixers.
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JoinMarket Is About to Make Bitcoin Privacy More User-Friendly
Developers hope the forthcoming JoinMarket UI will give people an easier way to use CoinJoins to keep their Bitcoin transactions private.
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Money Trail From Liquid Exchange Hack Points to Wasabi Privacy Wallets
Hackers are using Wasabi wallets to launder BTC stolen from Liquid or received in exchange for other stolen cryptos, according to Crystal Blockchain.
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Wasabi Wallet 2.0 Will Offer Automatic CoinJoins by Default to Boost Privacy
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.
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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.
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Wasabi Wallet Is Revamping Its CoinJoin Design to Allow Bitcoin Mixing With Differing Values
Wasabi Wallet's new protocol would allow users to coinjoin with differing values, which could give users greater flexibility when using the privacy feature.
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CoinSwap and the Ongoing Effort to Make Bitcoin Privacy 'Invisible'
Developer Chris Belcher has set his sights on making CoinSwap a reality – a new project he hopes will "massively improve bitcoin privacy."
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Human Rights Foundation Funds Bitcoin Privacy Tools Despite 'Coin Mixing' Legal Stigma
The Human Rights Foundation took a strong stance on bitcoin privacy tech Wednesday by announcing its new Bitcoin Developer Fund.
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Snowball: The Effort to Bring Privacy to Every Bitcoin Wallet
A new Bluetooth-based tech could snowball into a way to create truly private transactions, its creator says.
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