Tag: coinjoin

Jul 07 2021

The Wasabi Wallet 2.0 Planned Rollout

After much anticipation, the Wasabi Wallet team unveils the planned rollout for Wasabi Wallet 2.0.Wasabi Wallet 2.0, a highly anticipated update to the Bitcoin privacy wallet, is set to rollout in the next 5 to 14 weeks, according to a blog post sent to Bitcoin Magazine. The post also laid...

May 11 2021

A Privacy Standard In Bitcoin, And How It Will Protect Bitcoin Users

May 11 2021 Published at Bitcoin Magazine under tags  coinjoin culture opsec privacy security

There exists a security problem inherent to Bitcoin’s transparency that needs to be addressed by the community.Bitcoin has a fungibility issue; it is transparent, which can be both good and bad. Transparency allows everyone to check how many bitcoin are in circulation and to ensure that nobody is cheating. But it also allows bad actors (such as governments) to monitor the chain...

Mar 01 2021

What Are Bitcoin Mixers?

Bitcoin mixers are solutions (software or services) that let users mix their coins with other users, in order to preserve their privacy.While Bitcoin addresses are “pseudonymous” — meaning, they don’t, in themselves, reveal the identity of their owner...

Nov 05 2020

Wasabi Wallet 2.0 Announced, Focusing On Privacy Ahead Of Mass Adoption

Wasabi Wallet, a privacy-focused Bitcoin wallet, today announced Wasabi Wallet 2.0. It expects the product to release sometime in the next three to 14 months. Wasabi Wallet is a free and open-source desktop wallet that leverages CoinJoin mixing to obscure transaction history by combining multiple bitcoin payments from multiple parties into single transactions,...

Oct 26 2020

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