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Charlie Lee Breaks Down the Fungibility of Litecoin (LTC) and Bitcoin (BTC)

Lee, the LTC creator recently explained the fungible nature of BTC and LTC during a crypto show. Samson Mow, the Blockstream CSO, also chipped in and talked about tainted coins. Before talking about the fungible nature of BTC and LTC, Lee talked about why privacy and fungibility were important. He said that this would be the next area of focus for crypto. Right now LTC is seeking to implement Confidential Transactions. This will ensure it is fungible according to a tweet made by Lee at the start of this month. Watch Magical Crypto Friends Episode 16: Putting the Fun in Fungibility.In this episode: Magical Crypto Conference, Grin, Confidential Transactions on $LTC, WEF in Davos, Satoshi Roundtable,… @SatoshiLite @fluffypony @Excellion @WhalePanda https://t.co/UFihzgDR05 — Magical Crypto Friends (@magicalcrypto) February 12, 2019 Fungibility According To Lee In his explanation, he said that each coin is indistinguishable. Thus, it can never be discriminated against. For instance, if someone pays $5 for coffee, he, or she picks a bill from their pocket and does not really care which one it is. According to Lee, this is not the case for BTC and LTC. He said that an account could be shut down if BTC is found to originate from the dark web, a gambling site, or any other illegal place. Thus, the coins you spend are not fungible. When you buy coins at an exchange; you might not wish people to know how coins you have or link them to other coins. Thus, you can pick a different output. He added that this was not good for money when your transactions can be traced. Confidentiality will mean that people do not know how many coins you have. He added that the solution was not perfect, but it was still useful. Samson Mow Chips In The idea of tainted coins came about since there was no fungibility in crypto. This has led to some coins being considered dirty and others clean. This is because when coins are used on the Silk Road, it might be for illegal purposes. Thus, people will usually want to use fresh coins that have just been mined. This way, your coins are clean at all times, and there is no fear of them being rejected. In his opinion, such differentiation was not good for the crypto world. Being fungible is one of the ways in which the current fiat world manages to thrive. Fungible Crypto Being fungible is an issue in the crypto world. Right now, there does not appear to be a good solution. However, LTC is working towards privacy since Lee believes in making LTC as private as possible. BTC has no such measures in place. In fact, the only thing people get is anonymity. It is among the reasons authorities have not taken crypto too seriously. It is quite easy to trace BTC to a known source with the right resources. As a result, BTC is not very popular with criminals. However, other crypto projects continue to pop that has a major focus on privacy. This could complicate things for the crypto world as it is viewed as being used by criminals. However, the lack of fungibility could also keep genuine people from joining crypto as it eliminates privacy. Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), XRP (Ripple), and BCH Price Analysis Watch (Feb 14th)
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Litecoin [LTC] creator Charlie Lee elucidates on the fungibility of Bitcoin and Litecoin

Charlie Lee, the creator of Litecoin, elucidated on Fungibility, during the thirteenth episode of Magical Crypto Friends. Here, even Samson Mow, the CSO of Blockstream, opined on the same topic by adding the concept of tainted coins. Prior to speaking about Fungibility, the creator of one of the world’s largest cryptocurrencies emphasized on the importance of privacy and fungibility and added that they are the next battleground for the currency. Moreover, Litecoin is currently looking into Confidential Transactions, in order to ensure that the coin is fungible, according to the announcement made by Charlie Lee earlier this month on Twitter. During the discussion, Lee explained Fungibility as, “So, fungibility basically means that each unit of the coin or money whatever it is is indistinguishable and cannot be discriminated against. Right, so if you, for example, I like give you go to a store and need to pay like $5 for a cup of coffee and you pick up a $20 bill from there from wallet you don’t really care which one you take out it they’re exactly the same to the recipient.” However on the contrary, this is not the same case with Bitcoin and Litecoin, implied Charlie. He added that a person’s account is shut down if Bitcoin or Litecoin is being sent from a darknet marketplace or a gambling site or any place that is not approved by regulations. He said, “So, the coins that you spend are not fungible so a lot of times even myself when I’m spending coins I have to like decide which output to you use right if I just buy the coins for an exchange I may not know may not want someone to know how many coins I have or link to my other coins and I choose an output that came from somewhere else” He went on to say, “And that’s just not a very good way not very good money when you have to do that so something like confidential transactional will help right it will make amounts blind it so you don’t know how much you’re spending how much people won’t be able to see how many coins you’re actually spending that helps a lot with privacy but it’s not it’s not a perfect solution like you need some route privacy also so you can’t track coins.” This was followed with Samson Mow speaking about Fungibility and tainted coins. He said, “The whole idea of taint also comes into play. So the idea that some coins are dirty some are clean because some might have been used for you know on Silk Road or whatever so they’re dirty coins and some coins are cleaner. So you might want like straight off the coin base from from a mining or maybe one hop away from mining mining pools wallet or something like that but having this kind of differentiation between different coins at least theoretically is bad for the ecosystem because then your money is not sound money it’s not really good.” The post Litecoin [LTC] creator Charlie Lee elucidates on the fungibility of Bitcoin and Litecoin appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Litecoin [LTC]’s Charlie Lee: MimbleWimble is a good way to get privacy and scaling

Recently, a cryptocurrency known as Grin was launched in the cryptocurrency space. The coin grew to be one of the most controversial cryptocurrencies in the space within hours of its launch. The credit directly goes to the protocol the coin is based on, MimbleWimble. The protocol was initially introduced to solve the scaling and privacy problems in Bitcoin, by an anonymous developer Tom Elvis Jedusor. Interestingly, both the pen name and the name of the technology are an inspiration from Harry Potter. The developer ensured that privacy would be the core of this technology. More so, the protocol makes sure that apart from the information that is absolutely required to confirm a transaction, no other information is revealed, including the addresses involved in the transaction and the amount of cryptocurrency involved in the transaction. During the sixteenth episode of Magical Crypto Friends, Charlie Lee, the creator of Litecoin, Riccardo Spagni, the lead developer of Monero, Samson Mow, the CSO of Blockstream, and Whale Panda, discussed the new privacy-oriented coin. Here, Lee opined about the technology that made the coin one of the most controversial ones in the space. He said: “I think MimbleWimble technology is actually pretty cool. So when I first learned about it, seems like a good way to get both privacy and scaling and privacy that doesn’t make scaling hard or much worse which is very cool. So I’m yeah happy to see where where this technology goes” This was followed by Riccardo Spagni aka FluffyPony speaking about Grin’s mining, which drew the attention of even the VCs. Spagni said: “If you look at at Grin’s economic design it’s clearly designed to be currency. It’s designed to have this crushing inflation so that you’re forced to spend it so hodling is not really part of the economic design. So, they’re throwing money at it because they know that there’s be hype and that, you know, the moms and the pops would eventually go in to buy it. The post Litecoin [LTC]’s Charlie Lee: MimbleWimble is a good way to get privacy and scaling appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Litecoin [LTC]’s Charlie Lee says Confidential Transactions seems like the right thing to add fungibility

In the latest episode of Magical Crypto Friends, WhalePanda, Charlie Lee – the creator of Litecoin, Riccardo Spagni – the lead developer of Monero and Samson Mow – the CSO of Blockstream, discussed confidential transactions with Litecoin. Here, Lee spoke about the feature that is missing in both Bitcoin [BTC] and Litecoin [LTC]. This topic was discussed in light of the latest announcement made by Lee on his official Twitter handle. He had stated that the developer team of Litecoin had “spent hours” discussing about how to add Confidential transactions in the silver digital currency. He also revealed that the team is looking into doing bulletproof MimbleWimble without extension blocks. “Fungibility is the only property of sound money that is missing from Bitcoin & Litecoin. Now that the scaling debate is behind us, the next battleground will be on fungibility and privacy. I am now focused on making Litecoin more fungible by adding Confidential Transactions.” Charlie Lee on MimbleWimble and extension blocks | Source: Twitter During the discussion, Lee stated that the one property of money that is currently missing in both Bitcoin and Litecoin is fungibility. He went on to say that privacy and fungibility were very important factors and that this is going to be next “battleground” for the cryptocurrencies after Segregated Witness [SegWit]. He said: “So one thing I want to add to litecoin is just more fungibility and confidential transaction seems like the right thing to do” Confidential Transactions aka CT is one of the well-known privacy features in the space that enables the sending and receiving addresses involved in a transaction to stay hidden. This feature was created by a former Bitcoin developer, Adam Back. Chester Copperpot, a Youtube user said: “Efff the institutions its FUN-gibility time! Time to put the last piece of the money puzzle together. The “institutions” should be transparent and the people deserve privacy. Anyone with their head out of their A$$ understands why.” The post Litecoin [LTC]’s Charlie Lee says Confidential Transactions seems like the right thing to add fungibility appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Litecoin [LTC]: Charlie Lee compares MimbleWimble protocol to sidechain concept

Litecoin has been the crème of the crop in the cryptocurrency ecosystem this year with its recent associations and brand promotions with various high profile corporations. In the recent price valuation pump, Litecoin led the way with the highest percentage growth in price, about 30%, which has now made it the 4th largest cryptocurrency in the market. The virtual currency was developed by Charlie Lee, of the Litecoin Foundation, who recently announced on Twitter regarding the implementation of MimbleWimble protocol to improve the virtual asset’s confidential transactions. The announcement of MimbleWimble to be administered as an extension block in the Bitcoin blockchain was met by widespread appreciation by the community. It is in this light that Charlie Lee recently tweeted about extension blocks and compared the concept to that of sidechains. Source: Twitter Sidechains are security mechanisms that allow tokens and other digital assets from one blockchain to be securely used in a separate blockchain and then be moved back to the original blockchain if need be. Sidechain functionality holds tremendous potential to enhance the capabilities of existing blockchains. Sidechains allow cryptocurrencies to interact with one another. They add flexibility and traditional banking functions like issuing and tracking ownership of shares can be verified on sidechains before moving them back onto the main chains. This reduces the use of block and makes the verification process much faster. The MimbleWimble extension block is based on the same lines. MimbleWimble is a blockchain-based privacy protocol with a focus on scalability and adding the confidential transaction in the network. The benefit of the protocol is that it doesn’t relay any form of traceable information within a given transaction, while also verifying both the sender and receiver’s signature on the block. The protocol is currently accessed by the recently launched Grincoin and Beam. The Litecoin foundation stated that the cooperation with Beam will allow on-chain conversion of regular LTC into a Mimblewimble variant of LTC and vice versa. Upon such conversion, it will be possible to transact with Mimblewimble LTC in complete confidentiality which further improves the privacy and fungibility of the system. There remain some who still harbour doubts however like Twitter user Frank Dashwood who asked Lee, “Why not just make the blocks bigger? Seems like we’re introducing a lot of blockchains where there isn’t any real need for them.” Charlie Lee replied: “Bigger blocks does not solve fungibility.” The post Litecoin [LTC]: Charlie Lee compares MimbleWimble protocol to sidechain concept appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Litecoin’s Charlie Lee Confirms Talks With Privacy Coin Beam In Order To Use MimbleWimble

Just a few days ago Charlie Lee, the creator of Litecoin, affirmed that he was very interested in the MimbleWimble protocol. The protocol, which used by companies like Beam, is used to hide transactions in order to turn your token into a privacy coin. This could be a game-changer for LTC, so the community was hyped when he announced the possibility. Now, Lee has used Twitter to confirm that the Litecoin team has been talking with Beam about MimbleWimble and the idea to use it on Litecoin. This signalizes an effort to put scalability aside for now and to pursue privacy instead. While the company has affirmed that talks are happening, this is far from a confirmation that LTC will use the privacy technology. Also, it will not use it in same way as Beam, which implemented Switch and ElGamal commitments, while LTC is thinking about using a bulletproof version of MimbleWimble with extension blocks. Charlie Lee is not an enthusiast of how Switch Commitments with ElGamal work, so he is opting for a different way instead of this one. The idea of using the protocol was very well-received among the community, which has been interested in privacy for a long time now. If the idea actually turns into reality, there is a pretty good chance that Litecoin will start to be a more valuable asset on the market. About The MimbleWimble Protocol According to the reports, MimbleWimble, whose name is based on Harry Potter, allows the user of the token to encrypt data made about all transactions on the network, which is mostly done by blinding factors. The technology also uses CoinJoin, which is a kind of a mechanism that was specifically devised in order to combine several payments into one, which hides the transactions even more. In fact, Beam, which uses MimbleWimble, promises to be even more private and secure than popular options like Zcash and Monero, the two most high-profile privacy coins in the market now. According to its creator, it is the best storage of value in the market now. The CEO considers “sovereignty of one’s own information” to be a “basic human right”, which is why he created the token. Team has been chatting with the @vcorem and @beamprivacy team about MimbleWimble on Litecoin with Extension Blks. Pleasantly surprised that Beam has already implemented switch-commitments w/ ElGamal. It's a safety switch to protect against quantum computing breaking CT soundness. — Charlie Lee [LTC] (@SatoshiLite) February 6, 2019
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Billionaire Elon Musk Lauds Bitcoin As “Quite Brilliant,” Why Isn’t Tesla Going Crypto?

While Elon Musk has yet to formally delve into the Bitcoin space, he has long been a fabled member of the crypto community. Since finding his way to the headlines of the world’s media, the Tesla chief executive’s pro-innovation mindset has struck a chord with many enamored with cryptocurrencies. In fact, some say that Musk’s unsaid raison d’etre of bettering society at large, especially by amending the world’s most harrowing issues (climate change, confinement on Earth, financial inequality), lines up with the goals held by many cryptocurrency insiders. Thus, some have even argued that Musk could be Satoshi Nakamoto. Sahil Gupta, a former intern at Musk’s second multi-billion dollar enterprise SpaceX, once infamously claimed that Musk’s brief mentionings of cryptography, economics, the C++ computing language, along with the entrepreneur overarching vision scream Satoshi. The South African-Canadian entrepreneur has done his best to keep his mouth zipped regarding his candidacy for the Satoshi title, but that hasn’t stopped him from talking about cryptocurrencies. We had @elonmusk on the latest episode of @ARKInvest's podcast! He had a few things to say about Bitcoin. "Paper money is going away and cryptocurrency is a far better way to transfer value than pieces of paper." – Elon Muskhttps://t.co/U5qOnM7nBo — Yassine Elmandjra (@yassineARK) February 19, 2019 Bitcoin Is “Quite Brilliant” While the crypto market has remained in a depressed state, save for Monday’s jaw-dropping rally, stars have begun to descend on this industry. Weeks ago, NewsBTC reported that a mass of celebrities, including the Spice Girl’s Mel B, Johnny Depp, Madonna, and Lionel Messi, had some involvement in cryptocurrency. More recently, Jack Dorsey of both Twitter and Square took to Joe Rogan to claim that the native currency of the Internet is likely to be Bitcoin. Related Reading: Twitter CEO Loves Lightning on Bitcoin: is it the Future of Fast, Instant Payments? And just on Tuesday, Elon Musk, the most well-known Silicon Valley guru, took to the New York-based ARK Invest’s “FYI” Podcast to touch on Tesla’s plans, autonomy, other innovations, such as crypto. Per The Block, who compiled his comments regarding cryptocurrencies, Musk made his comments with explicitly bullish tones. After discussing Tesla’s most recent advancements, the hosts of the podcast, the CEO and an analyst at ARK, a disruptive innovation-centric investment group, took a brief aside. They asked Musk if he agrees with Dorsey’s recent comments on Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies at large. Interestingly, Musk responded with an answer, albeit somewhat cursory. He tacitly agreed, noting that the “Bitcoin structure was (is) quite brilliant,” adding that Ethereum and “maybe some of the others” have merit too. Musk did admit that he isn’t too enamored with Bitcoin’s Proof of Work (PoW) consensus mechanism, noting that it is energy intensive. Yet, he explained that fundamentally, crypto assets are great as they bypass currency controls, especially in nations embroiled in financial and political turmoil, like Venezuela. He added that cryptocurrencies are also a “far better way to transfer value than pieces of paper,” subsequently quipping that he’s sure of this “without a doubt.” In spite of all this, he made it clear that Tesla isn’t going to foray into the crypto space in any capacity, noting that it would be a good use of his firm’s resources to prop up an offering. Musk’s abrash comments quickly elicited responses from each and every corner of the crypto space. Matt Odell, a long-time pro-Bitcoin coder and industry personality, joked that the comments “confirmed” his bias that cryptocurrencies could oust banknotes. Changpeng “CZ” Zhao of Binance noted that eventually, “[Musk] will join the brotherhood,” adding that he is unequivocally sure that the businessman will take up a crypto mantle. CZ notably called on the Tesla founder to take up the Lightning Network Trust Chain torch last week, just days after Twitter’s Dorsey openly lauded Bitcoin in dozens of tweets. Crypto Is Better Than Banknotes? While Musk made notable acknowledgments in his brief appearance on ARK’s “FYI,” what stood out to many crypto investors was his thoughts on the dichotomy between banknotes & physical cash, and crypto assets, not centralized e-money. For a brief recap, Musk simply stated that he is unequivocally sure that crypto, whether it be Bitcoin, Ethereum, or otherwise, is a “far better” medium of exchange than pieces of paper. Shocking, right? This may be deemed hearsay by pundits of the legacy world, but the world is already adopting digital mediums of exchange. Per previous reports from this outlet, Arthur Hayes of BitMEX took to his company blog to claim that platforms like WeChat Pay and AliPay have already begun to take over China’s financial system. Who’s to say that cryptocurrencies, a decentralized counterpart to these systems that tout their own currencies, cannot have a similar impact on society at large. The fact of the matter is that these digital payments systems, whether decentralized or centralized, offer benefits that cash/plastic cannot. Case in point, payments on both Bitcoin and WeChat Pay are cheap, rapid, and relatively secure. But arguably, decentralized payment ecosystems, which are non-sovereign, private, immutable, and non-censorable, are even better than their centralized peers, which is likely what Musk was touching on. Featured Image from Shutterstock Billionaire Elon Musk Lauds Bitcoin As “Quite Brilliant,” Why Isn’t Tesla Going Crypto? was last modified: February 20th, 2019 by Nick ChongThe post Billionaire Elon Musk Lauds Bitcoin As “Quite Brilliant,” Why Isn’t Tesla Going Crypto? appeared first on NewsBTC.
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In the Daily: Elon Musk Talks Bitcoin, Shanghai’s Fudan University, Xdat Exchange

In this edition of The Daily we cover some largely supportive remarks the famous entrepreneur Elon Musk has made about Bitcoin, the latest academic institution to launch a blockchain R&D center, and a new offering from Malta-based exchange Xdat. Also Read: Bank of Spain Report: Bitcoin Is a Solution for a System Without Censorship Elon Musk Talks Bitcoin The founder of Tesla and Spacex, Elon Musk, is once again making headlines about crypto. He recently went on the Ark Invest podcast to discuss the future of autonomous driving technologies. Most of the half-hour interview focused on the strategy behind his electric car company but the topic of cryptocurrency eventually popped up in the last four minutes. Musk commented: “I think the Bitcoin structure is quite brilliant. There seems like there is some merit to Ethereum as well, and obviously others. But I’m not sure if it’s a good use of Tesla resources to get involved in cryptos … We’re really just trying to accelerate the advances of sustainable energy. One downside of Bitcoin is … computationally it’s quite energy intensive. There has to be some kind of constraint on the creation of crypto. It’s very energy intensive to create the incremental bitcoin at this point … It bypasses currency controls. Paper money is going away, and crypto is a far better way to transfer value than pieces of paper. That’s for sure.” Shanghai’s Fudan University Launches Research Center Shanghai’s Fudan University has become the latest academic institution to launch a blockchain R&D center. Founded in 1905, Fudan is one of the most prestigious and selective schools for higher learning in China. The Shanghai Blockchain Engineering Technology Research Center is tasked with carrying out basic research in the field, developing demo applications in collaboration with the broader industry, and training talent to serve Shanghai’s economic development. Last month the University of California, Berkeley announced the formation of its own blockchain-focused startup accelerator program, the Berkeley Blockchain Xcelerator. This program is meant to help aspiring entrepreneurs create high-value ventures in the blockchain space with industry guidance from Silicon Valley. Xdat Exchange Lists 18 Trading Pairs Xdat, a new Malta-based cryptocurrency trading exchange, has announced the listing of 18 trading pairs. These comprise ETH/BTC, BCH/BTC, EOS/BTC, ETC/BTC, XRP/BTC, DASH/BTC, LTC/BTC, BTC/ETH, BCH/ETH, EOS/ETH, ETC/ETH, XRP/ETH, DASH/ETH, LTC/ETH, BTC/TUSD, ETH/TUSD, BTC/EURO, and ETH/EURO. The company has further plans to add other pairs over time. The exchange is compliant with Maltese regulations for KYC and AML procedures and caters to both retail and institutional investors. Its fiat gateway allows users to deposit funds in 12 major currencies: USD, GBP, JPY, HKD, CHF, AUD, NOK, SEK, DKK, CZK, PLN, and HUF. This selection is meant to eliminate the need for involvement of a foreign bank for the supported options and allows users to work solely with Xdat’s bank. “Xdat is on a mission to address the key problems of existing exchanges … including lack of flow of new capital, lack of trust, no approach for mass adoption, and high fragmentation,” said CEO Prashanth Swaminathan. “Our aim is to bring crypto to all. To that end, we will be working closely with our community and using their support and feedback to make our interface more user-friendly and trading as streamlined as possible.” What do you think about today’s news tidbits? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. Images courtesy of Shutterstock. Verify and track bitcoin cash transactions on our BCH Block Explorer, the best of its kind anywhere in the world. Also, keep up with your holdings, BCH and other coins, on our market charts at Satoshi’s Pulse, another original and free service from Bitcoin.com. The post In the Daily: Elon Musk Talks Bitcoin, Shanghai’s Fudan University, Xdat Exchange appeared first on Bitcoin News.
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Elon Musk Praises 'Brilliance' Of Bitcoin And Ethereum, But Clash With Tesla's Energy Stance

Main Street seems to be giving cryptocurrency a second look. Last week, Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) announced an investment in JPM Coin, which will become the first digital token provided by a U.S. bank. This week, Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk lent cryptocurrency additional validation. “Paper money is going away, and crypto is a far better way to transfer value than pieces ...Full story available on Benzinga.com
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Elon Musk Calls Bitcoin "Brilliant" | Here's Why He's Optimistic

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