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Holo Price Uptrend Continues as Privacy Matters

Excitement is not hard to come by in the cryptocurrency world these days. Especially altcoin traders are quite happy with the way things are going lately. Those who keep Holo in their portfolio have nothing to complain about either, as the momentum seems to favor this altcoin right now. The latest gains pave the way to potentially reaching a new ...

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Circle Invest Packages New Crypto Bundles By Platform, Payments, and Privacy

After finding much success in their unique “Buy the Market” feature, Circle has announced that additional cryptocurrency bundles each broken down by category are now available via the Circle Invest app. Circle Invest Debuts New Cryptocurrency “Collections” The Goldman Sachs-backed peer-to-peer payments technology company, Circle, has been aggressively expanding into the cryptocurrency space. This began earlier this year with the ...

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Brave CEO Tells Senate that U.S. Needs GDPR-Style Data Privacy Rules

The chief executive of cryptocurrency-funded web browser Brave has penned a letter to the U.S. Senate calling for legislators to adopt data privacy regulations comparable to those recently implemented in Europe. Brave CEO Calls for a U.S. GDPR Writing in the letter dated Sept. 28 and addressed to the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Brave CEO Brendan ...

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Brave Browser Sees Rapid Growth as Google Shreds Privacy Policy

Brave, the web browser created by Mozilla founder Brendan Eich and funded through an initial coin offering (ICO), is rapidly carving out a significant market share as entrenched giants like Google Chrome shred their privacy policies. New Chrome Update Forces Browser Login Quietly included in the browser’s most recent update, Chrome’s latest affront to user privacy is a new policy ...

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IBM Files Blockchain Patent to Tackle Privacy and Security Concerns for Drones

IBM has applied to patent a system that would use blockchain tech to tackle privacy and security concerns for drones, according to a filing published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) September 20. The computing giant first filed the patent in March 2017, detailing how blockchain could be used to securely store data associated with unmanned aerial vehicles ...

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Battle of the Privacycoins: Verge Offers Little Privacy and Nothing Unique

Based on blockchain technology, most cryptocurrencies have an open and public ledger. While this is required for these systems to work, it comes with a significant downside: Privacy is often quite limited. Government agencies, analytics companies and other interested parties — let’s call them “spies” — have ways to analyze the public blockchains and peer-to-peer networks of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, ...

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Kovri & Bulletproofs: How Monero is Improving Privacy

Monero is one of the premier privacy conscious cryptocurrencies currently on the market. It makes use some of the most advanced technologies in cryptography and blockchain technology. These include such features as stealth addresses, transaction mixing and Ring Confidential transactions. These have made Monero (XMR) almost untraceable. Yet, “almost” is not good enough for the Monero community as they have ...

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Citadel Platform – An Ambitious Hybrid Between Ethereum’s Functionality and Monero’s Privacy

This is a submitted sponsored story. CCN urges readers to conduct their own research with due diligence into the company, product or service mentioned in the content below. There is a relatively new coin on the crypto market called Citadel, which intends to create a scalable, private smart contracts platform, with commercially-oriented applications and use cases. This article will cover 3 ...

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