Major privacy-focused cryptocurrencies jumped on Monday, with monero (XMR), the biggest of the lot, extending its impressive recent run to two-year highs. The move came after a group of countries jointly called for “back doors” into encryption software. That backdoor access potentially diminishes the privacy-safeguarding utility of such software and is driving increased interest in the privacy coins.
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Gas leaks are not only industrial problems, they’re software problems too. “Gas” runs one of the largest crypto mechanisms – the Ethereum blockchain. It is the measuring unit of computational power on the Ethereum blockchain. [… more …]
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