privacy

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Cookies, Cash, Data and Doubts
How to keep a cool head and healthy skepticism in a world with abundant misinformation.
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Espresso Systems Launches Testnet of CAPE Privacy Product
The Configurable Asset Privacy on Ethereum smart contract application launches three months after a $32 million funding round.
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Consensus Conversations 2022: The Privacy-Focused Beginner's Guide to Crypto
Tor Bair, founder of Secret Foundation, lays out the basics of privacy in crypto.
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The 5 ‘Unsolved Problems’ of Crypto According to Dragonfly’s Haseeb Qureshi
"Permissionless innovation" is a source for social good and profit, the venture capitalist said at Consensus 2022.
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Who You Really Are: A Conversation About Pseudonymity With Default Friend at Consensus
The internet phenomenon and historian explains why true anonymity is hard within internet culture.
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Edward Snowden Says Use Crypto, Don't Invest in It
Speaking remotely at Consensus 2022, the whistleblower also described most of those who signed a recent anti-crypto letter to Washington as "prolific public trolls."
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'I Jumped in With All 4': Legendary Cryptographer David Chaum on the Future of Web3
The DigiCash founder has been advocating for – and building – online privacy tools for decades.
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Lunarpunks, Privacy and the New Encryption Guerillas
A growing group of cryptography experts are using tools to carve "dark" spaces out of the surveilled web. This article is a preview of Rachel-Rose O'Leary's talk on the 'Big Ideas' stage at Consensus.
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Even Giants Started Out Small: Cooperation and the Early Days of Bitcoin
What the new Baylor Bitcoin study really says (and what it really doesn’t) about Satoshi & Co.
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The Decentralized Mystique
New academic research on Bitcoin’s early years undermines its foundational myths of privacy through pseudonymity and decentralization, Jaron Lanier and Glen Weyl write.
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