Incentivising Privacy in Cryptocurrencies

01/09/2019
by   Sarah Azouvi, et al.
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This paper briefly discusses ways to incentivise privacy in cryptocurrencies with a specific look at Zcash. This work was presented as a poster at OPERANDI 2018.

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