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Nope, don't worry. The nodes you have connected only know that your IP address has downloaded the blockchain, but the transactions you'll make in the future won't contain information specific about it. The main threat to your privacy are contact poin
We look at the identities from the Bitcoin forum as a proxy to this, and we can see at all sorts of relationships between those users. This gives us a sense of the level to which an exchange would be able to track individual people. (Equally, unless
Here are a few I have heard of, some are in development some are already being used. whitepaper: http://zerocash-project. org/paper The road ahead The plan is to make an altcoin, powered by the new Zerocash Protocol, that provides consumers with the
In the 1980s, the war on drugs led governments again to turn to money-laundering rules to try and seize proceeds of drug crime to catch the organizers and individuals running drug empires. It also had the benefit from a law enforcement point of view
It is now 15 years since the introduction of the pinnacle of European Integration – the Euro. Yesterday’s anniversary comes at a moment of uncertainty for both the European Union (EU) and the Eurozone. The UK’s decision to leave the EU will see the f
As mentioned, I don't believe HD Wallets are relevant to this problem. Even with simple wallets combining inputs from multiple addresses proves that a single person owned all the addresses included. I'm not sure if this would meet your specific priva
BIP37 does not include Bitcoin addresses in the filter matching system, instead for every transaction in the block a given filter is matched with the TXID, every output script, every input script, and every data element in the input script. If any el
First, it's worth noting that getting your IP won't identify your wallet address. So they can't connect to you and then look you up on the blockchain to see who you've been trading with. Associating an address with a person takes normal investigation
Besides the HD wallet technology, you might want to investigate "stealth addresses" that are new to Bitcoin. Not aware of any easy to use wallets supporting stealth addresses yet, unless you are into the Darkwallet. The libbitcoin framework currently