THIS ENTIRE PROTOCOL IS NOVEL CRYPTO AND HAS NO PROOF THAT IT IS SECURE AND
PRIVATE AND WHY WOULD YOU TRUST SOME RANDOM PSEUDONYM ON THE INTERNET SRSLY.
is planned for
As part of research into how CoinJoins in general and Wasabi in
particular can be improved, we'd like to share a new building block
we're calling WabiSabi, which utilizes keyed verification anonymous
credentials instead of blind signatures to verify the honest
participation of users in
Stellar work Antoine and Gleb! Really excited to see designs come out on
I've also been designing some payment pools (I have some not ready code I
can share with you guys off list), and I wanted to share what I learned
here in case it's useful.
In my design of payment pools, I
Good morning Chris, and bitcoin-dev (but mostly Chris),
I made a random comment regarding taint on bitcoin-dev recently:
> For CoinSwap as well, we can consider that a CoinSwap server could make
> multiple CoinSwaps
Thank you all for your replies, I think everyone agrees here how it "should
be" and indeed I risked my post and my used terminology to further
legitimize the thinking of adversaries.
I'd have one clarification to my original post. It may not be clear why I
put PJ/CS to the same box. One way of
We (Gleb Naumenko + I) think that a wide range of second-layer protocols
(LN, vaults, inheritance, etc) will be used by average Bitcoin users. We
are interested in finding and addressing the privacy issues coming from the
unique fingerprints these protocols bring.
More specifically, we
Well your deeclipser is already WIP ;)
See my AltNet+Watchdog proposals in Core:
It's almost covering what you mention, a driver framework to plug
alternative transports protocols : radio,