Toward Privacy and Regulation in Blockchain-Based Cryptocurrencies

@article{Li2019TowardPA,
  title={Toward Privacy and Regulation in Blockchain-Based Cryptocurrencies},
  author={Yannan Li and W. Susilo and Guomin Yang and Yong Yu and Xiaojiang Du and D. Liu and Nadra Guizani},
  journal={IEEE Network},
  year={2019},
  volume={33},
  pages={111-117}
}
Privacy is supreme in cryptocurrencies since most users do not want to reveal their identities or the transaction amount in financial transactions. Nevertheless, achieving privacy in blockchain-based cryptocurrencies remains challenging since blockchain is by default a public ledger. For instance, Bitcoin provides builtin pseudonymity rather than true anonymity, which can be compromised by analyzing the transactions. Several solutions have been proposed to enhance the transaction privacy of… Expand
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