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Title: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Simi on April 13, 2019, 04:44:49 PM
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Ever since the creation of bitcoin ,the blockchain technology has grown exponentially.
Unfortunately , the adoption rate is never encouraging and this could be attributed to the security challenges that seems  to be threatening the continuous growth of the blockchain technology.
Security issues in this context is the traceability of users transaction history.
This issue has become a concern to potential institutional investors who would want to invest into cryptocurrency but are reluctant due to the issue of transaction history being viewable by just anyone .

Hackers seem to be having a field day stealing users funds because they can trace transactions to senders and so are in the position to know what wallet has good amount of funds or not.
I do not think I would be wrong if I say that the structure of the blockchain is indirectly egging hackers on.

 I think that people should be given the right over their transactions data on the blockchain.
The current structure of the blockchain today makes it easy for people to view ,monitor anothers transactions history .

In the quest to solve this issue, some projects came up with technologies , unfortunately these technologies didn't provide a holistic solution to the issues.
This is where veil project comes into the mix.

Veil is committed to providing a hollistic solution by improving upon the solution of other projects by combining cutting edge technologies such as the Dandelion technology, bullet proof technology , version 0.17.1  together with the advanced cryptography based privacy protocol zerocoin etc.


Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: khufuking on April 13, 2019, 10:09:40 PM
I will only comment on one point. Who said that knowing how much any address have will help the hackers! There is a lot of known wallets that contain millions of dollar and these wallets have no activity for a very long time and yet no one was able to come close to them which clearly indicates that knowing the wallets amount of money have zero effect on hacking it. 
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: [email protected] on April 14, 2019, 11:40:09 AM
 Brother, you are ok i agree with the point you said. Hacking refers to hacking privacy. And they could know about wallet.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: jenica on April 15, 2019, 04:32:06 AM
Wallet security is really needed to avoid asset hacking. Because a lot of hackers are roaming the virtual world
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Midz on April 15, 2019, 06:43:35 AM
Wallet security is really needed to avoid asset hacking. Because a lot of hackers are roaming the virtual world

I agree, we must choose strong security for the wallet so that its security is guaranteed even if not completely.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Synvc on April 15, 2019, 03:19:30 PM
Brother, you are ok i agree with the point you said. Hacking refers to hacking privacy. And they could know about wallet.

That is what allows to be a warning for all of us to be careful in cryptocurrency.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: rituvohra01 on April 15, 2019, 03:32:10 PM
Of course safing from the hackers privacy on blockchain is necessity. So be careful about your privacy.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Simi on April 17, 2019, 08:07:16 PM
One think I like about the blockchain is that in the bid to make it function maximally u the aim of bringing values down to users ,which in turn would encourage participation, new projects keep coming up with the view to improving upon the previous solutions proposed by these projects inorder to achieve the desired altimate result of mainstream adoption.
One of this challenges that seems to be hindering adoption rate is the security of the blockchain...which some other projects proposed to solve using some technologies.
Unfortunately , there are inherent weaknesses of some of the technologies .
Despite the commitment of these projects to re-create a blockchain where transactions would be highly anonymous , untraced and unlinked to the initiator(sender) of the transaction, there is still room for improvement of these technologies to achieve 100% annonymity of transactions the blockchain.
Introducing veil, a privacy coin.
You may be wondering what veil has got to offer .
Veil would make privacy without compromise a reality. This it tend to achieve using some cutting edge technologies, some of which are zercoin protocol , dandelion and bulletproofs technology which is adopted to help reduce transaction sizes.  the Veil network will implement a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus algorithm to ensure maximum energy effectiveness and decentralization..
The zerocoin protocol, bulletproof ,dandelion etc combined would give the veil project an edge over other privacy coins.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: termion on April 20, 2019, 12:28:58 AM
The privacy of the blockchain guarantees individual freedom.  Now society is fighting for freedom - and private coins will give this freedom.  Private coins - a new trend.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: X-ray on April 23, 2019, 05:47:11 PM
It's either, sometimes there's a coin that really want to be compliant with the government law in exchanges of users' privacy meanwhile coin like veil is trying its hardest to deliver us the true privacy to the blockchain users. It's their quirk and need to be appreciated nonetheless.
There's already some cases where hacker lurking to our address in a more transparent blockchain which unfortunately dominate most of the crypto market.
But veil is trying hard to be anonymous currency in order to deliver us the true privacy of blockchain to the fullest.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: kingsupremacy10 on April 23, 2019, 07:17:15 PM
In a simple term Privacy is a serious matter that is often taken lightly, mainly because it is misinterpreted. Just because we donít have ďanything to hide,Ē that does not mean we do not deserve privacy, it not makes us a criminal , before hacker can attack he or she would have scale the target whether actually worth it or not and that is only possible If the fund or transactions are public. Reason I have full support for project like veil monero and others who promised privacy
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Wendy on April 23, 2019, 07:58:22 PM
There should be 100% privacy and not less. Otherwise what is the sense to choose Blockchain. I want my transactions be absolutely confidential.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: termion on April 23, 2019, 10:55:54 PM
True privacy and security can only be ensured by private coins - for example, Securypto.  Now the trend is beginning on private coins - and it is important not to miss this trend.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Chudidonas on April 27, 2019, 10:15:45 PM
When I learnt and joined cryptocurrency, I thought it's enshrined on core privacy values until I discovered that one can actually trace transactions, history and even wallet holding just by keying in your wallet address on ethplorer.io. This major lapse was a big disadvantage on major cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereum till privacy coins entered the fray but none completely solves the problem totally till Veil launched. I will be test running the platform myself to be assured of the Uncompromised privacy it promises and I hope my expectations will be met
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: tbossmitche on April 30, 2019, 07:05:44 PM
There should be 100% privacy and not less. Otherwise what is the sense to choose Blockchain. I want my transactions be absolutely confidential.

You really did make a valid point. The major strategies in the marketing of blockchain technology to the world were the announcement of efficient privacy and anonymity features. However, we have learned so much about blockchain technology that we now understand that our transactions are not as private as they are portrayed to be. The introduction of privacy coins have enabled us to see privacy from a different perspective within the cryptosphere.

Finally, I have to admit that Veil project seems like one to look out for. The trend of market capitalization over the past month further illustrates this fact.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: OluwaTosin10 on May 02, 2019, 04:12:15 PM
There should be 100% privacy and not less. Otherwise what is the sense to choose Blockchain. I want my transactions be absolutely confidential.

I would say the privacy is more of a hype
There are new mining projects almost each day; the only hype veil has is because itís a self funded start up platform
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: obromis on May 03, 2019, 10:32:37 PM
Privacy on blockchain is a rly necessity
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Valentyzer on May 04, 2019, 02:08:37 PM
I quite agree with you but not totally, wallets been traceable doesn't in any way give an edge to hackers, individual security mindedness or awareness  is needed to keep our wallets safe from hackers, blockchain protect our identity from been revealed.  There are many known whale wallets that house millions of crypto assets but still didn't get hacked.
We still needs the absolute privacy and anonymity for our transactions and I love what the privacy coins like veil project mentioned above are doing by offering us the opportunity to be 100% anonymous in our day to day transactions.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Jayde on May 04, 2019, 03:58:52 PM
The privacy has two sides of effect, the first is itís can secure our information but itís also help the money laundering criminal
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Heleon on May 06, 2019, 09:55:01 AM
I guess the whole point is all about Veil
The solution you are trying to provide is good but privacy in transaction has got nothing to do with hacking,with good wallet your asset will be safe.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Siffi on May 06, 2019, 10:40:03 AM
yes I think if we store assets or tokens in a good wallet and one more security is also very important to be well maintained, so that our assets and tokens will not be easily stolen
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: dentolas on May 08, 2019, 10:08:19 PM
more than the practical side you describe, for me, privacy is a matter of freedom... you should have the possibility to choose what remains private and what doesn't.
People often speak about "having something to hide", so would anyone make public all their paswords? will everyone take out their window drapes?
Privacy is being dissolved with digitalization and people don't even realise it
Veil is also one of my favourites... they also have auditability as the basecoin is not private and you can choose the privacy level you want. this will be very important for adoption...
Beam is also a top contender
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Cicihorlhorla on May 09, 2019, 06:08:50 PM
The biggest problem with cryptocurrency is security. One of the biggest reasons for this is that centralized exchanges and central transfer transactions are possible. Blockchain technology, in fact, needs to establish a decentralized system. This means that all user data is not stored in a single repository, we need untraceable blocks.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Emrh1 on May 10, 2019, 10:14:25 PM
Veil a privacy coin you may be wondering what veil has got to offer .Veil would make privacy without compromise a reality. This it tend to achieve using some cutting edge technologies, some of which are zercoin protocol , dandelion and bulletproofs technology which is adopted to help reduce transaction sizes.  the Veil network will implement a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus algorithm to ensure maximum energy effectiveness and decentralization.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: olliecrypto on May 10, 2019, 11:44:01 PM
i think you might be overstating the danger of addresses being known.
updates within btc have made one time address usage also possible.
there are millions if not billions of dollars of btc sitting on known wallets and yet no one has touched them
i think hiding transaction history would be important to people hiding their btc activities from tax authorities mostly
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Adaora on May 11, 2019, 01:01:11 PM
Privacy on blockchain technology is a very big necessity. That's the only area where the technology is lagging. Of recent, there came the emergence of privacy coins to revamp the privacy and security in terms of transactions. Thus led to the introduction and development of Veil project. Veil project is a project with its own very active coin #Veil Coin. Which gives transactions on the platform a 100% Annomnity and secured.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Holayiwola on May 11, 2019, 07:33:25 PM
Of course, considering the fact that businesses may have trade secrets or a list of clients and suppliers they want hidden. As a user, a safety concern arises as hackers could easily find and target large holders.   Well, Veil seems to be the best privacy coin so far...
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: yaelahwall on May 11, 2019, 08:41:31 PM
Blockchain lies at the core of the digital/ virtual financial system. It is a mode of recording the transactions, but in a better and easier manner. Every transaction made using cryptography are recorded on the blockchain.When blockchain technology eliminates every chance of tampering transaction information, cuts third party involvement and gives a legitimate record. It is the need of future.
VEIL Coin was conceived in early 2018 by James Burden, for the project was recognition of the need for a currency that provided full-time privacy without compromising strength of anonymity.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: RainyRiver1805 on May 12, 2019, 03:30:07 AM
True privacy and security can only be ensured by private coins - for example, Securypto.  Now the trend is beginning on private coins - and it is important not to miss this trend.

Exactly. I would also add Datum to this list.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Chikky08 on May 12, 2019, 11:25:10 AM
As blockchain is turning to Darling of all, Tue best needed is users privacy. This is the reason why privacy coins like veil are more needed.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Jamyo on May 12, 2019, 11:35:59 AM
Privacy is very very important in this crypto space. When a hacker can trace your transaction, view your wallet and discover there is a huge crypto assets in there, it automatically makes you a target reason why we need 100% privacy and anonymity in this space and thanks to projects like veil network who come to offer user the much needed privacy we clamor for.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: X-ray on May 12, 2019, 12:00:24 PM
Sure man. Privacy on blockchain is a big necessity. Kudos to privacy coins evolving such as Veil coin.
Maybe people dont realize the important of security yet, most of people even leaving their money on centralized exchanges and believe me or not that is the same as trusting your money to someone else. just the recent hack also occured on one of most popular exchanges. using privacy coin like veil could increase our security significantly.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Bamzmeca on May 12, 2019, 04:42:33 PM
As blockchain is turning to Darling of all, Tue best needed is users privacy. This is the reason why privacy coins like veil are more needed.
Indeed, users must always keep their own keys, not to publish them. Be it friends or family members
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Makdon on May 13, 2019, 12:16:02 AM
I'm so impressed about privacy coins. Our privacy should be the uttermost concern in crypto world. I love privacy coins like monero and veil etc.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Vande12 on May 13, 2019, 01:02:40 AM
Brother, you are ok i agree with the point you said. Hacking refers to hacking privacy. And they could know about wallet.
We can consider wallet as our privacy considers about we are the only party that can access our wallet. That's why the privacy feature is really important in these days. there was a lot of scammers around here and we must be careful with it. Veil is an example of how the best privacy technology works today.
That's why the best privacy technology is needed to create such protection to our privacy or sensitive data. I used veil and anything looks very smoothy.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Lektai on May 13, 2019, 09:09:54 PM
Privacy on the blockchain is more than a necessity,  since the inception of blockchain technology, transactions have been more secure, but easily accessible to prying eyes, take the recent binance hack as a major example, do you have the idea and amount of patience , the hacker must have had in order to pull that off,first he would have needed to study the wallet in order to know the amount of btc contained in it and all, take a privacy coin for example, it wouldn't have been able to be possible because privacy coin like veil, deletes transaction history once a transaction has been completed thereby offering more security.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Lily on May 14, 2019, 06:30:18 AM
Privacy and security uncompromised is a basic necessity to the crypto space. This is what solution privacy coins such as Veil coins comes to resolve. Adopting and combining great privacy technologies. The likes of RingCt protocols and Zerocoin.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Rainbowmichaels on May 14, 2019, 11:57:44 PM
Privacy should be the key word in blockchain technology except you want investors die of heart attack. Lol. No one would risk investing where their investment is at stake or where everyone sees whatcha up to.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Rainbowmichaels on May 15, 2019, 07:50:36 AM
Privacy is a necessity and if possible should be mandatory in blockchain technology because It gives the investors that sense of safety and morale to invest more.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: yaelahwall on May 15, 2019, 05:37:51 PM
I'm so impressed about privacy coins. Our privacy should be the uttermost concern in crypto world. I love privacy coins like monero and veil etc.
Two dominant privacy coins are Veil and Monero. Both are designed with similar intentions, but they are otherwise unique. Both integrate different privacy-based features into the blockchain space and, while both use a Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus algorithm, the implementation of each is distinct. Furthermore, both have responded to ASIC mining and threats of centralization differently.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Leema8989 on May 16, 2019, 09:08:56 AM
Privacy Coins might not be a thing on all of the community, but because of security risks on being your own bank.
Veil is a combined Monero and ZCoin in terms of technology, PoW and PoS for its security and a user-friendly interface light wallet available on all hardware with easy to back-up keys. This coin serves a lot of potential, from the team itself whose specialty is on privacy, the coins technology RingCT and Zerocoin Protocol.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: tsakf on May 16, 2019, 11:17:14 AM
Privacy is very very important in this crypto space. When a hacker can trace your transaction, view your wallet and discover there is a huge crypto assets in there, it automatically makes you a target reason why we need 100% privacy and anonymity in this space and thanks to projects like veil network who come to offer user the much needed privacy we clamor for.

Yes, you are right. Blockchain privacy is a must. Without it many people's assets, will be in danger, and their life could be in danger too, if they become a target of kidnapping, for ransom. I think that blockchain, will help us to move on from our "Shown" related society, to a "Being", related society, when  the focus is on being and doing, than showing off. trying top keep our privacy, we will avoid to show that we have a lot of assets, and I like this very much.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: tbossmitche on May 17, 2019, 11:21:50 AM
Privacy on the blockchain is more than a necessity,  since the inception of blockchain technology, transactions have been more secure, but easily accessible to prying eyes, take the recent binance hack as a major example, do you have the idea and amount of patience , the hacker must have had in order to pull that off,first he would have needed to study the wallet in order to know the amount of btc contained in it and all, take a privacy coin for example, it wouldn't have been able to be possible because privacy coin like veil, deletes transaction history once a transaction has been completed thereby offering more security.

This is a point I've always tried to reiterate but some people just choose not to listen to the voice of reason. A hacker cannot just go on a wild goose chase targeting random wallets and hoping he hits a jackpot. To this effect, he would have definitely monitored all recent transactions and content of the wallet before making his move. If there is no transactions history or wallet content to be viewed, there will definitely be a massive reduction in the chances of being targeted and you got it spot on by highlighting the absence of a transaction history with Veil.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: patrickcharles156 on May 17, 2019, 12:25:46 PM
Security ensures in blockchain s are intended to profit real clients who don't need their money related subtleties made open . Security coins has been doing very well in the market and their costs is a declaration to that and Veil is no exemption to this. Genuine protection and security must be guaranteed by private coins - for instance, Veil. Presently the pattern is starting on private coins - and it is significant not to miss this pattern. Security coins scarcely influences business as usual for criminal clients, who as of now have solid impetuses to shroud their movement, while it gives remarkable advantages to genuine clients."
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Emrh1 on May 17, 2019, 08:09:46 PM
I think that privacy coins have become more popular as most people have found and understood the need to protect themselves against people who want to use information in a bad way. Privacy coins are now a trend because they protect your privacy on the blockchain. I own a few of them. At the top of the list of mine is Veil
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Post by: Etrilicious on May 17, 2019, 09:59:33 PM
Privacy is key on blockchain and i have been hearing about this veil project for a long term. Think i like the idea i will look into it. I just hope they offer what they are giving.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Cicihorlhorla on May 17, 2019, 10:26:44 PM
A lot of projects with use cases thrive with each one of them performing what they are good at. Of these projects are privacy coins. Veil have adopted the best of the privacy projects such as RingCt, Zerocoin and Dandelion protocol etc to give a 100% Annomnity and a privacy without compromise.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Valentyzer on May 18, 2019, 05:46:56 AM
i think you might be overstating the danger of addresses being known.
updates within btc have made one time address usage also possible.
there are millions if not billions of dollars of btc sitting on known wallets and yet no one has touched them
i think hiding transaction history would be important to people hiding their btc activities from tax authorities mostly
No it doesn't have to be only those trying to hide from tax payment. Do you know that  most of the wallet that have fallen victim of hacking, if the wallet is to be make private and untraceable, the hackers won't have the impetus or the urge to start looking for vulnerability or bug to capitalise knowing fully well that at the end they might find nothing.
So I believe we really need privacy coins like veil in this space to tackle the issue of hack
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Adaora on May 18, 2019, 07:50:31 PM
 The two dominant privacy coins for me I'd say are Veil and monero.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Modanalee on May 18, 2019, 08:47:27 PM
Privacy on the blockchain is more than a necessity,  since the inception of blockchain technology, transactions have been more secure, but easily accessible to prying eyes, take the recent binance hack as a major example, do you have the idea and amount of patience , the hacker must have had in order to pull that off,first he would have needed to study the wallet in order to know the amount of btc contained in it and all, take a privacy coin for example, it wouldn't have been able to be possible because privacy coin like veil, deletes transaction history once a transaction has been completed thereby offering more security.

Privacy is indeed more than a necessity in the space. More reason why people should adopt and embrace these coins. 
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Lily on May 18, 2019, 11:04:52 PM
Privacy on blockchain is of a major necessity. Let's give Veil some time, so much hopeful in it.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: cryptoblezin on May 18, 2019, 11:56:11 PM
What a nice topic!
As far as I'm concerned, the future of cryptocurrency is very bright. This is due to the fact that many nations around the world are now adopting the blockchain technology. The more we have good and functioning projects on the blockchain having real-life applications, the better the blockchain would become. One of such projects that I have known of is VEIL.
VEIL is a project that has good use cases for its coin because its real-life application drives the demand for its coin and this will surely go a long way in giving positivity to the coin value, and investors on the blockchain would always be happy on their ROI.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: shielaegis on May 19, 2019, 09:02:38 AM
Indeed, privacy is necessity in the blockchain to prevent some stalkers with your wallet, that's why I am always in favor of those privacy coins because they keep us safe for anyone
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Ra_pl344 on May 19, 2019, 12:48:19 PM
This platform has a Veil lab that stand as an Innovation of work that brings thw new Protection features and activates them each time the platform needs something like that. It will do this for as many transactions done in the platform and make Investors take the right step during investments.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Jamyo on May 19, 2019, 05:35:06 PM
Privacy on the blockchain is more than a necessity,  since the inception of blockchain technology, transactions have been more secure, but easily accessible to prying eyes, take the recent binance hack as a major example, do you have the idea and amount of patience , the hacker must have had in order to pull that off,first he would have needed to study the wallet in order to know the amount of btc contained in it and all, take a privacy coin for example, it wouldn't have been able to be possible because privacy coin like veil, deletes transaction history once a transaction has been completed thereby offering more security.
Exactly, this crypto space will later discover the importance of these privacy coins such as veil and the need for migration to privacy protocols so as to solve this daring issue of hack which is greatly caused by the ability of the third party to trace and monitor the amount of assets in ones wallet.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Holayiwola on May 19, 2019, 06:09:06 PM
These coins are meant to help give users a degree of anonymity in a robust and decentralized manner to prevent one's account from being tracked and hacked..The VEIL is an opportunity for us all to enjoy witnessing and personal privacy without compromising the crypto field.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Chikky08 on May 19, 2019, 06:20:55 PM
Privacy is very essential. Without privacy blockchain won't reach anywhere. Hackers will destroy the space. Let's think about privacy in all we to. Thanks to veil and other real privacy coins.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Rainbowmichaels on May 20, 2019, 12:11:46 AM
Of course, privacy is and should be a necessity. If possible it should be a must. Because without it, people's wallets are more likely to get hacked. Without privacy  also, crypo currency investors won't feel safe to put in money in that kinda platform. Privacy is the bedrock of blockchain technology.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Vande12 on May 20, 2019, 01:58:11 AM
Indeed, privacy is necessity in the blockchain to prevent some stalkers with your wallet, that's why I am always in favor of those privacy coins because they keep us safe for anyone
that's indeed. Remember there was a lot of people can see our activity and that's why privacy is a really important thing in these days. Privacy gives more protection to our activity in the blockchain system and that means it that will be very important. Remember a lot of people always try to trace others anytime. that's why privacy is a must in these days.
Veil as the best privacy blockchain provider put the privacy at the top of the features to ensure the users are safe.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: Chomsy on May 20, 2019, 08:59:36 AM
It is no news that the digital market expanding by the day with lots of people in it and more coins that are introduced. People now make everyday trades and perform other activities and they are left to bear whatever they are faced with in the community.

So to add secrecy to the blockchain features, Veil is introduced.
Title: Re: Privacy on the blockchain....a necessity?
Post by: secco on May 20, 2019, 01:35:43 PM
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It looks like VEIL is running a spam campaign in a number of forums, including us. Those posts are violating a number of rules, not to mention, the way chosen to advertise the project it is at least objectionable. Users caught violating the rules are getting banned.