Aug 262016
 August 26, 2016  Posted by  Misc

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A type of anonymous bitcoin transaction that privacy enthusiasts have been awaiting for years has finally been tested successfully.

Sent on the bitcoin test network earlier this month, the transaction is possibly the first real-world implementation of CoinShuffle, a proposal that first generated excitement in April 2014 for building on existing privacy techniques in a way that doesn’t rely on third parties.

Read more on CoinDesk.

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