Privacy and Cryptocurrencies—A Systematic Literature Review

@article{Herskind2020PrivacyAC,
  title={Privacy and Cryptocurrencies—A Systematic Literature Review},
  author={Lasse Herskind and Panagiota Katsikouli and Nicola Dragoni},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2020},
  volume={8},
  pages={54044-54059}
}
Our transaction history in the current centralized banking system has the ability to reveal a lot of private information for each spender, both to the banking system itself, but also to those entities that surround it (e.g., governments, industry etc). Examples of leaking information constitute the amounts spent, the goods on which the amounts were spent, the spending locations and the users we exchange money with. This knowledge is powerful in the hands of those who have it, and can be used in… 
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