Best Private Crypto Wallet: Top 5 for storing your coins

Avoid the lack of privacy in the crypto sphere! Your coins need to be held in a secure way, so let’s discover the best private crypto wallet in this article.

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Avoid the lack of privacy by using the best private crypto wallet

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Protect Your Privacy By Using Incognito Mode With Untraceable Transactions

Avoid worrying about privacy in the cryptoverse. This guide will show you “how to keep my bitcoin transaction untraceable” with the Incognito Wallet.

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How does Incognito wallet keep your Bitcoin transactions untraceable?

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How do I send Bitcoin anonymously and privately?

Since bitcoin transactions are traceable, the question “How do I send Bitcoin anonymously?” is being asked more and more these days.

Understanding why Bitcoin isn’t anonymous

When Satoshi Nakamoto first created Bitcoin, he wanted a transparent and traceable public blockchain, so that everyone could see each other’s balance. Bitcoin was really aimed at bringing freedom to the financial world.

To do that, Bitcoin, by design, is transparent. All Bitcoin transactions are public, traceable, and permanently stored on the Bitcoin network. Bitcoin addresses are the only information used to define where Bitcoins are allocated and where they are sent. These addresses are created privately by each user’s wallet. 

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How To Keep My Bitcoin Transaction Untraceable?

Using bitcoin for anonymous transactions isn’t easy. This article aims to answer the burning question: How to keep my bitcoin transaction untraceable?

It’s an established fact that a person’s identity could potentially be exposed by their Bitcoin transactions. The fact that Bitcoin is not really anonymous is becoming more of an issue, so what can we do to stay untraceable? 

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It is the fact that Bitcoin is not really anonymous

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Weekly report #6: what’s new and what’s good

Hope everyone’s been having a sweet 2020 so far. Here’s what we’ve been up to:

1. Development grant received from Binance to… keep doing what we’re doing

Our tech team has received the Binance X fellowship to keep building killer software for the world. This grant will fund the development of Portal — a completely decentralized universal bridge that will enable incognito mode for any cryptocurrency from any blockchain.

Learn more about the fellowship

Check out Portal specs

 

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Weekly report #5: a 2019 retrospective

How has 2019 been for you? Thank you for spending a little time with us.

This year, we built a product that people use. That in itself is incredible, and a sign that maybe we’ve stumbled upon something that people really want, in an industry that sometimes feels confused.

In November 2019, Incognito said hello to the world. Since then, there have been 122,000 anonymous transactions. 1,200,000 blocks produced. 700 nodes online. 30 community-created trading pairs. 16,000 completely confidential trades.

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Best Private Crypto Wallet: How to find it?

Wondering why a crypto wallet is better than an exchange wallet? Then this is the article for you – let’s discover what makes the best private crypto wallet!

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What makes the best private crypto wallet?

What is a crypto wallet with a private key?

What is a crypto wallet?

The purpose of a crypto wallet is essentially the same as the wallet you’re carrying right now, only it’s based online rather than in your pocket. It helps you store and manage your cryptocurrency assets like coins and tokens, as opposed to your physical cash. Continue reading Best Private Crypto Wallet: How to find it?

Weekly report #4: what’s new and what’s getting bigger

Hope you’ve been having a great week. Here’s the best of the best from ours:

1. Privacy Coin awards is LIVE!

Are you creative? Issue the most innovative, widely transacted privacy coin direct from your Incognito wallet app and earn PRV rewards.

Get more details + view the current leaderboard

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Neo goes incognito: privacy for Neo’s smart economy

Dec 6, 2019 – Today, Neo and Incognito announced their intention to collaboratively enhance privacy for the growing Neo ecosystem. By building a trustless privacy bridge between the Neo and Incognito blockchains, Neo will soon be able to empower it’s 2,000,000 users with untraceability and enhanced privacy.

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Pay Incognito on Autonomous and get $25 rebate

In the wake of today’s privacy concerns, e-commerce startup Autonomous is glad to integrate ‘Pay Incognito’ as one of its payment methods. Pay Incognito will kick off from the first day of 2020 for shipping addresses in US.

 

As a different, privacy-protecting alternative to traditional payment options such as Paypal or Amazon Pay, buyers will be able to purchase smart devices and workspace products completely anonymously with untraceable crypto.

 

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pUSDC: privacy for crypto-commerce

USDC is one of the most successful responses to the concern that for Satoshi’s new electronic payment system to work on a larger scale, transacted currencies need to maintain a stable value. With USDC, you can comfortably make daily purchases with crypto, or accept crypto at your business.

However, any USDC transaction and any USDC holder is completely exposed on a number of public block explorers. Sender and receiver IDs, amounts, balances, timestamps and more — are completely visible to anyone who cares to look:

 

Stability has been integral to crypto adoption. Privacy is a right for all those that adopt it.

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Welcome to the Node Unboxing Contest

To celebrate the release of our clever little device, we’re giving away prizes for the best Node unboxing videos.

Send us a clip of you getting to meet your Node, and win Node devices for your friends, Incognito t-shirts, and our native token PRV.

How? It’s pretty simple:

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Incognito officially supports private TOMO transactions

 

Holders of TOMO will now be able to send, receive and store their tokens with total privacy. Incognito is excited to announce that a bridge has been built between TomoChain and the Incognito sidechain, allowing TOMO holders the option of enabling incognito mode for their crypto whenever needed.

“TomoChain is one of the most exciting projects in this space today,” said Duy Huynh, founder of Incognito. “The team and community continually develop and acquire use cases for its technology; with Incognito, they now have an option to enable privacy for not just TOMO, but also TRC20 tokens and dApps created on TomoChain.”

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Incognito mode for Ethereum

Incognito is a high-throughput proof-of-stake sidechain, made possible by the implementation of state sharding. Incognito takes a practical approach in designing and implementing its consensus mechanism, based on previous research and existing engineering by OmniLedger, Bitcoin, Ethereum 2.0, and Zilliqa.

The Incognito sidechain can be attached to any blockchain to conduct confidential asset transfer — in this case, Ethereum. The Incognito sidechain runs parallel to main blockchains, allowing for secure two-way transfers of crypto assets whenever privacy is needed.

This post will detail the means by which Incognito enables 100% confidential transfers of ETH and ERC20 tokens.

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Introducing Incognito

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.

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