Meet a New Bitcoin Wallet for the Streets

Meet a New Bitcoin Wallet for the Streets

Of all the Bitcoin regulations we might have loved or hated, one thing was pretty common - the government's lust for customers' private transaction details. In 2013, celebrated technologists and privacy activists - Cody Wilson and Amir Taaki - took such "legal" interventions seriously and decided to bring financial privacy for international citizens. Their liberal mindsets spoke of methods that could protect internet users from authoritarian administrations, something that gave birth to an idea, which we now know as the Dark Wallet. The underground Bitcoin vault, launched in 2014, ensured....


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