Researcher Breaks Grin’s ‘Privacy’ Spending Just $60 Per Week

Mimblewimble, a privacy-focused blockchain protocol, is allegedly not private at all. According to an expert at blockchain research firm Dragonfly Research, Mimblewimble’s privacy is fundamentally flawed, which he reportedly proved by discovering the exact addresses of senders and recipients for 96% transactions of Mimblewimble’s privacy-centric coin Grin (GRIN). Ivan Bogatyy, […]

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Zero-Knowledge Proofs, Explained

1. A zero-knowledge proof is a digital protocol that allows for data to be shared between two parties without the use of a password or any other information associated with the transaction. In its most basic sense, a zero-knowledge proof (also commonly referred to as ZKP) can be thought of […]

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