Privacy & Security
Privacy and security measures are often the first technologies to evolve in the blockchain space. As these measures grow and become applied more widely, this space will bring them to the forefront.
Nayuta’s new mobile Lightning bitcoin wallet uses a novel full node/SPV validation model which accounts for all portable needs.
We need an AI system that allows us to share our data, profit from it and have a say in how it is used. Bitcoin, through the model of true ownership, can do this.
In this op ed, Maciej Cepnik explores the concept of cold storage, an increasingly popular method to hold bitcoin safely.
SNICKER, a draft BIP, could allow for bitcoin mixing without any synchronization or interaction between users.
Unchained Capital has launched its Caravan bitcoin wallet, an open-source solution that wants to bring multisig security to the masses.
This hardware bitcoin wallet review tests the simplicity, software, verification, unique features and privacy of the Trezor Model T, Ledger Nano X, KeepKey, BitBox02 and Coldcard Mk3.
In this episode of the Bitcoin Magazine Podcast, Alex Gladstein of the Human Rights Foundation discusses blockchain technology and democracy.
In this video interview, Paul Puey talks about buying bitcoin on the Edge mobile wallet and tackles key issues related to Bitcoin privacy.
By inadvertently including the majority of its users’ emails in an update email, cryptocurrency exchange BitMEX has compromised their privacy.
Douglas Bakkum and Stadicus of Shift Cryptosecurity discuss the new BitBox02 hardware wallet and upcoming BitBoxBase Bitcoin and Lightning node.
In this exclusive Bitcoin Magazine video interview, Wasabi Wallet creator nopara73 discusses the future of his project, CoinJoin and privacy.
The latest version of the Blockstream Green bitcoin wallet includes a Tor integration that can be leveraged to obfuscate a user’s IP address.
To deliver bitcoin purchases with credit cards and BTC-to-fiat conversions without requiring KYC user data, Edge has partnered with Bity.
In an exclusive video interview, Bitrefill CEO Sergej Kotliar discusses gift cards, privacy, the circular economy and the Lightning Network.
Coinkite CEO Rodolfo Novak (aka NVK) talks about his Bitcoin-only hardware wallets, Coldcard and the Opendime, and the market demand for them.
As in the legend of William Tell, Mark Zuckerberg better prove to be a good shot if people are going to trust libra as much as they trust bitcoin.
Which of these bitcoin wallets is right for you?
A research paper from the University of Qatar serves as a reminder that Bitcoin is not private and that it can negate the privacy of Tor users.
GK8 has introduced a product for real-time blockchain transactions without an internet connection — a cold wallet custody solution.
The U.S. government has filed a lawsuit against whistleblower Edward Snowden for violating secrecy agreements in his memoir and speaking engagements.
CipherTrace has released TRISA, which might help cryptocurrency businesses comply with regulations like the travel rule in a privacy-preserving way.
9/7/19: Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review brings you the most critical, interesting and popular Bitcoin news from this week.
Shamir Backups, developed by Trezor’s SatoshiLabs, lets users split up their hardware wallet backup seeds.
This week in bitcoin news saw another twist in the Craig Wright saga, LocalBitcoins move away from anonymous trading with new KYC/AML requirements and more.