When European Central Bank board member Fabio Panetta addressed the European Union Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs in April, he emphasized the importance of privacy in any potential future CBDC rollout.Read more
One of the original allures of cryptocurrency is the narrative that using them provides the sender or recipient anonymously, but this is a common misconception within the sector.
In reality, Bitcoin (BTC) and many other cryptocurrencies are easily traceable.
A $695,000 donation from Ripple co-founder Chris Larsen towards a community-led surveillance camera project in San Francisco is receiving backlash from certain sections of society, local outlet San Francisco Examiner reported today.Read more
Crypto mining company Blockcap, which recently announced it would be setting up new offices in Austin, says Texas could become an alluring region for the industry.Read more
As the 2021 bull market cycle unfolds with decentralized finance and nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, being two of the biggest driving forces for growth, old-school cryptocurrency projects have quietly been climbing higher as their established track records begin to attract traders who value a longer hiRead more
Aleo, a privacy-focused blockchain, has secured $28 million in investments to bring its zero-knowledge applications to a wider market.
California-based venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz led the private investment round.
Spearheaded by Deeper Network, here are the 5 hottest blockchain-powered projects out in 2021.
Online privacy has been a growing concern since the proliferation of social media and centralized networks.
Nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, haven’t quite reached the level of awareness to take over the human race — yet — but at least one of them contains the chemical building blocks of life.Read more
The European Central Bank has published the results of a public consultation on a potential digital euro as the institution inches closer to deciding whether to formally study such an initiative.Read more
Cryptocurrencies are typically pseudonymous, but not necessarily private. Bitcoin (BTC) and other assets run on blockchains, with each transaction posted publicly online. During a transaction between two or more parties, assets move to different wallets, each represented by a string of characters.Read more