Archive for May, 2013

More Privacy Vulnerabilities in Bitcoin

If you plan to stay anonymous while using Bitcoin, then you have to take many precautions, and you may even have to compile your own fork of the Satoshi client. During the Bitcoin Conference 2013 (which, BTW, was terribly fun),  I found two new problems with Bitcoin privacy. I call them “vulnerabilities” but you may […]

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P2PTradeX, back from the future

Almost one year ago I described in the Bitcoin technical forums a new P2P virtual coin trading protocol (so called P2PTradeX) I had implemented for an alternate cryptocoin, mostly as a proof of concept. The idea got some attention, but nobody really needed that stuff. It was before it’s time. Yesterday I was at Bitcoin […]

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