Cryptography firm Bolt Labs has launched a private payment solution, zkChannels, on Tezos.
The Confidential Computing Consortium aims to create systems that sequester sensitive data so it can’t be exploited by nefarious actors.
The third part of a series of articles on the advantages and challenges of the usage of blockchain technology for collecting and sharing information, without violating users’ privacy.
Telegram’s digital resistance in Russia will contribute to further anti-censorship efforts in countries like China and Iran, Pavel Durov says.
Ethereum’s consensus algorithm is not the only thing changing with the launch of Eth 2.0. The underlying cryptography itself is getting an overhaul.
As protests against police brutality continue in the U.S., privacy advocates warn of the risks posed by centralized social media platforms.
With ransomware attacks up 200% in the last two years, Cointelegraph looks at some of the methods bad actors are employing and how to avoid them.
JD Digits is teaming with blockchain-based privacy platform ARPA protect the financial data of major clients.
One overlooked aspect of crypto markets is that transparency and choice holds participants accountable in ways traditional markets have not experienced.
Ever since crypto-crimes and criminals using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to launder money became a thing, the field of crypto-forensics has come up as an unlikely “evil good.” The field has, somewhat, proven most cryptocurrencies are not fully private as previously imagined.
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