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Researchers Claim 99.9% of Zcash Transactions Are Traceable

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have released a study into the privacy features of Monero (XMR) and Zcash (ZEC) — arguably the two most-popular crypto assets purporting to offer users anonymity.The report finds that Monero’s introduction of strict security and anonymity requirements on its broader ecosystem has maintained the asset’s

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TV Reporter Warns of Facebook Ads That Claim They Made Millions From BTC

British TV presenter and former X-Factor star, Rylan Clark-Neal, alerted his followers as to “fake interview” claiming that Rylan had made “millions from Bitcoin.”On April 18, the former Celebrity Big Brother star tweeted that a fraudulent interview impersonating U.K. publication, The Daily Mirror, was circulating on Facebook. Rylan warned his

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Paxos, Credit Suisse Claim First Blockchain-Based Settlement of US Equities

New York-regulated crypto startup Paxos, in conjunction with Credit Suisse and Nomura-owned broker-dealer Instinet, has claimed bragging rights for the first live blockchain-based settlement of U.S. equities. Announced Wednesday, the Paxos Settlement Service has gone live, allowing for the simultaneous exchange of cash and a select number of U.S.-listed securities on

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Craig Wright Doubles Down on Satoshi Claim, Says Bitcoin Core Infringes His ‘Database Rights’

The Australian entrepreneur who claims to be the inventor of bitcoin has suggested he might take legal action against the cryptocurrency's developer team over claimed infringement of his intellectual property.In a blog post published last Thursday, Craig Wright said while forks of bitcoin would be allowed under the open-source MIT

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MIT Researchers Claim to Boost Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Blockchain Transactions By 4x with New ‘Spider’ Routing Scheme

MIT researchers have co-invented a new cryptocurrency-routing scheme that they claim can boost the efficiency… greasing the wheels and creating larger revenues for cryptocurrency and blockchain companies. An MIT news release stated they are using certain networks designed to speed up notoriously slow blockchain transactions the new solution uses Payment Channel

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