This article details how to send BNB privately on the testnet. Mainnet video tutorials will be released soon.
Right now, if you send, receive or store BNB, that’s all entirely visible on the Binance Explorer. Anyone can uncover your BNB holdings and activity with a single click. Having the choice of privacy is really important — that’s why we built the Incognito-Binance Chain bridge and a super simple mobile interface.
This article will cover how to activate incognito mode for your BNB.
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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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