Privacy in the Bitcoin investment world is indeed needed. This article will attempt to solve this issue by suggesting a list of the most anonymous Bitcoin wallets.
To Bitcoin users, security is one of the top concerns when it comes to storing coins. This article will introduce to you the safest bitcoin wallet for each different use cases.
As you start considering “What a privacy coin is”, you have definitely entered the privacy-part of the crypto world. Crypto currency is public, even for Bitcoin, Ethereum or other ERC-20 tokens. Privacy to protect your data about transaction, your account balance and more become significantly important. In this situation, cryptos world rise up with 2 solution: privacy coins and privacy wallets.
Harmony ONE tokens swap privately with Incognito Privacy Wallet. This will enable users to hold, send and receive their tokens in complete privacy, thanks to a bridge built between Incognito and Ethereum.
UPDATE (11 December 2019): Now anyone can be a liquidity provider! For instructions on how to add your own pair or supply liquidity for an existing pair, scroll to the bottom of this article.
pDEX is a different kind of exchange. It’s non-custodial (which means your money is actually yours), it’s decentralized (built entirely on-chain), and because it’s powered by Incognito — it’s completely anonymous, of course.
It also facilitates instant matches by means of an automated market-making mechanism (more on this in a bit), and offers a chance for anyone to become a liquidity provider and earn a percentage of trading fees.
pDEX is the privacy-focused, inter-blockchain and instant-matching rendition of Nick Johnson and Vitalik Buterin’s conversations on Reddit circa 2016, and Hayden Adam’s implementation of Uniswap in 2018. Continue reading Incognito pDEX: How it works and how to use it
Every idea starts with a problem. Ours was simple: blockchain data is public.
Duy was running Autonomous where he paid a team of 100+ people in 6 different countries with an ERC20 stablecoin. While he saved processing time and money on international wire fees, employee salaries were exposed publicly on the Ethereum blockchain. It was a mess.
Many of the team had similar experiences, frustrated at how hard it was to send, receive and store crypto privately, even in a rapidly tokenizing world. No one wants to show their bank statements to the entire world.
We started Incognito to create an alternative — the choice of privacy whenever needed, simple for anyone to obtain. Incognito mode for blockchains.