More privacy for Bitcoin and Cash thanks to token shuffle

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The little brother of Bitcoin, Bitcoin to Cash, has recently released a developer’s proposal and released it to enable Bitcoin Cash transactions to anonymize. This step had been elementary, and to a large part of the Community demand.

The developers of the Bitcoin Cash’s Ecosystem are working on a new project, the name of cash shuffle. Including a concept is that a Feature to provide for the anonymization of transactions.

According to Bitcoin.com the Bitcoin-News-Portal, Roger Ver, the idea for token shuffle in the Bitcoin-to-Cash-community a lot of encouragement. Some studies have shown in the past that privacy and anonymity for many investors, are particularly important.

Not for nothing will get “Privacy” Coins “” how to Monero, Dash or ZCash more and more attention and users. The developer, Chris Troutner has presented at the 12.10.2018 the concept of token shuffle officially.

Token shuffle is a Light Wallet with the help of two types of mixing rprotokollen. These transactions will work, as for example, in the case of Monero, mixed, so to Hand the transaction to be tracked, can be made to which destination address of the Transfer. According to the statements of the developers basics of Coinjoin, as well as Coinshuffle in the project (freely translated):

Token shuffle is a Protocol for anonymous Bitcoin to Cash (BCH) and improve its marketability. This Protocol is loosely based on the ideas in Coinjoin and Coinshuffle, and should be implemented as a lightweight Web App that allows people to anonymously interact.

The project should make it possible to use Bitcoin Cash as anonymously as Monero or ZCash. According to the programmers, the Privacy Feature is intended to occur within the next one to two months in the maturity phase and will soon be available.

Privacy is a topic that is within the crypto market is becoming more and more important and soon as a basic Element might be seen. We are excited to see what further developments in this area.

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