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Tornado.cash

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4,965 DAI

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2,962 DAI
187 contributors

Description

{"ops":[{"attributes":{"link":"https://tornado.cash"},"insert":"Tornado.Cash"},{"insert":" is a non-custodial Ethereum and ERC20 privacy solution based on zkSNARKs. It improves transaction privacy by breaking the on-chain link between recipient and destination addresses. It uses a smart contract that accepts ETH deposits that can be withdrawn by a different address. Whenever ETH is withdrawn by the new address, there is no way to link the withdrawal to the deposit, ensuring complete privacy.\n\n"},{"attributes":{"link":"https://medium.com/@tornado.cash"},"insert":"Read more in our medium"},{"insert":"\n\nNow that we finished the trusted setup and made Tornado.cash v2 unstoppable, we can begin our work on much more convenient protocol (v3). It will allow arbitrary deposit and withdraw amounts and shielded transactions inside the anonymity pool. \n\nWe think that a privacy-focused wallet would be the best interface for the v3. It will take care of both on-chain privacy as well as network-level privacy similar to Wasabi and Samurai wallets on Bitcoin.\n\nResources:"},{"attributes":{"header":2},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"\n3 people (Alexey Pertsev, Roman Semenov, Roman Storm)\n\nAfterwords:"},{"attributes":{"header":2},"insert":"\n"},{"insert":"\nOur end game is to bring zCash functionality on top of Ethereum. We want to build a solution that allows anyone to put Ether in and then make transfers, splits, joins, and atomic swaps inside. All operations are supposed to be working with arbitrary amounts, which is not the case for any solutions that currently exist.\n\n"}]}

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