The patent filed by the payments juggernaut cites the process for transactions going incognito which will obscure the point of origin and the transacted amount
The cryptocurrency market has been anything but stable in recent days. But we, the Finrazor team, do not let the spikes and free falls distract us from work. For the past few weeks, we’ve been preparing a series of educational beginner-friendly articles about some of the more established as well as newer technologies
On 18 October, Monero integrated Bulletproofs as the core change in its latest Beryllium Bullet release. Yesterday Zcash, the runner-up to the largest privacy coin by marketcap, rolled out Sapling, a major network upgrade that introduces significant performance and functionality improvements to shielded transactions
The Financial Services Agency (FSA) of Japan permits the Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association (JVCEA) to self-regulate local licensed cryptocurrency exchanges
Monero fees plummet to a couple of cents, as the privacy-centric cryptocurrency releases Beryllium Bullet, a highly anticipated system-wide software upgrade. The core change in Monero 0.13.0 includes the introduction of bulletproofs, a breakthrough cryptographic technology that restructures the verification of Confidential Transactions, the technique that helps Monero obfuscate transacted amounts
Monero fees fall, Samsung SDS partners ABN AMRO, China requires users' proven identities, ING targets blockchain anonymity, Bitmain may lower energy consumption, Russia refuses mining, Decentraland raises money
Beam Privacy has compared ZCash, Monero and BEAM by looking at three parameters: confidentiality, scalability, and auditability
Constantinople goes to testing phase, a decentralized identity by Microsoft and Bithumb acquisition — all in this weekend news
Golem publishes a video demonstration of Unlimited, a feature that allows nodes to create an internal trusted network for sharing computing power under their own policy
Monero is an anonymous digital currency that enables untraceable and unlinkable transactions by obfuscating a public ledger. It combines ring signatures, stealth addresses, Kovri and RingCT in a way that hides senders, recipients, their IP addresses and transacted amounts
Ripple’s co-founder sells-off tokens, Google reverses ban on crypto ads, Coinbase changes its listing policy, Red Belly Blockchain speeds up, Monero patches 'burning bug'
In light of recent events, we decided go over some of the critical bugs that have been discovered in recent months.
In the past week, NANO had an average of 21,103 transactions per day compared to a record of 35,894 for the network. It has recently announced the release of an update of the latest version and the addition of the VoteByHash functionality.
The research was conducted using quantity theory of money, multiples of network-specific metrics, and discounted cash flow models.
BTC needs to hit $213,000, Binance focuses on security, Monero's bug, Indians try to overcome crypto ban, Canaan launches mining TV, crypto is not 'real money' for the Dutch Central Bank, Forex is ready for blockchain
Current issues and limitations of the blockchain technology in terms of scaling, privacy, storage, security and consensus
The real supply of Bitcoin is low as 1/5 of BTC is permanently lost, a new blockchain protocol for digital assets will be built on Monero and the EU projects dedicated to building smart cities
Crypto.com got a new owner, Ethereum Casper upgrade will be launched in 2019, a second layer for Monero and IOTA-based smart cities — in this weekend news digest
Block.one has no more ETH left, Ethereum slowing down under a heavy burden of transactions, the new creative ways to secretly mine Monero and a new decentralized Bitcoin pool — all this in today's weekly digest
John McAfee 'almost died' but announces a new BitFi wallet, the US wants to prevent the use of privacy-oriented coins on their territory and Vitalik Buterin talks about scalability, forks and more.