Dash does. However, there's no reason why the protections in Dash can't implemented in Bitcoin. As long as Bitcoin has more transaction volume, it will have a higher ceiling on privacy.Who do you think has more privacy, Bitcoin or DASH and why?
Do you see this trend changing?
If I had any knowledge of this, I would not work for the company.Do you know if blockchain.info sells information to compliance or intelligence companies regarding user information (IP's, useragent, etc) when doing address or transaction lookups?
I have a few stashes. Some is difficult-to-access cold storage, some on hardware wallets, and some spending monies on hot wallets. How about you?how are you storing your bitcoin?
I have a couple lines of research that might be suitable for inclusion in such a journal, if only I can find the time to hone them to a proper standard of quality and formatting.Any interest in submitting some of your published work (if it can be revised a bit) to the new journal Ledger?