Questions on: coinjoin

From the Darkcoin (now Dash) Wikipedia: "It adds privacy to transactions by combining identical inputs from multiple users into a single transaction with several outputs. Due to the identical inputs, transactions usually cannot be directly traced, ob
I believe TumbleBit is the most exciting innovation in the Bitcoin space that does not rely on any protocol change, so works with today’s Bitcoin. Bear with me, because it is just a matter of time until you will be able to use it. If you think about
Yes, DarkSend is one specific implementation of CoinJoin, and CoinJoin can implemented directly on top of Bitcoin without a modification of the protocol. So no fork is necessary. The Darkcoin Whitepaper does not mention anything that would deviate fr
Cryptocurrency enables users to wrest control of their money away from banks and governments, but without privacy features governments will often use their power to punish people who use currencies they do not approve of. Unfortunately, the crypto-co