Jan 20, 2020 at 10:30
Will Blockchain Guarantee Enough Security and Privacy of Internet?
According to the significant technological change that has occurred in the past decade, we can now be sure that the integration of innovative tools including blockchain, distributed ledger technology (DLT), and general data protection regulation (GDPR) standards are somehow sufficient and able to ensure the security and privacy of personal data in future Internet systems.
Nov 12, 2019 at 10:06
How to Solve Privacy Problems on Blockchain
Privacy is one of the new technological trends of the last year. More and more important companies are shifting this functionality into their core business, even the big giants like Google, Facebook and Amazon.
Aug 08, 2019 at 10:42
Why Privacy Coins are a Must Have, Their Pros and Cons
One of the most important features of cryptocurrency is its ability to offer a user full anonymity and privacy. Is it good? A challenging question. For most people tend to believe that anonymity is something important only for fraudsters and criminals. And this is partially true. However, ordinary people also need privacy to protect their everyday life.
Regulators are Suspicious About Facebook’s Libra Network
The Office of the Australian Info Commissioner (OAIC) released a statement on Tuesday showing that it has joined other privacy regulators from different parts of the world I’m calling for more info about Facebook’s Libra Network. OAIC and other regulators including United Kingdom Info Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the European Union, the United States, Albania, Canada and Burkina Faso, want to know more about Facebook's information protection framework for its private cryptocurrency dubbed Libra that is expected to be launched in the first quarter (Q1) of 2020.
India Dapp Fest is Ready to Begin
‘Blockchained India’ presents India Dapp Fest (IDF) 2019 with a zeal. The event is finally set to embark on its 5 day long journey. It is the first ever blockchain conference that is taking place at such a huge level in India.
JPMorgan Offers Privacy Feature Similar to Monero Cryptocurrency
Every individual, company or organization needs privacy in one way or another and that is why the cryptocurrency community has for quite a long time been calling for it. After hearing the major privacy concern in the blockchain and finance sector, JPMorgan Chase assembled its tools and created a privacy feature for Ether-based blockchains which is fully companionable with the smart contracts platform. The novel feature will be working in the same way like Monero’s anonymity, additionally, it will not be displaying the details of both the sender and the receiver, and go on to store the amount transacted in a more transparent manner.
KaratGold Coin (KBC): Blockchain-Powered IMpulse K1 Allows Users to Communicate Over Blockchain
Few token/coin issuers can boast an infrastructure necessary for its circulation. Often the digital asset remains inapplicable in daily life and soon adds up to the list of dead coins. A completely different approach was taken by the team behind KaratGold Coin (KBC), who came up with a number of software and hardware solutions for crypto users. One of them is a KBC-fuelled smartphone that utilizes a series of elegant solutions increasing the user’s security bar.
Who Wants Your Data and Why?
Do you know that your data is harvested, continuously by big data companies? So what, you say; what if we told you that the data market for the EU is set to hit €1 trillion by 2020, and data companies are making billions from it, without you getting anything for your information, could this make you think differently?