Mix-networking to Anonymize Messaging and Cryptocurrency

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Description NYMTech's first step in anonymizing everything
Website(s) https://nymtech.net/, https://panoramix-project.eu/ https://www.coindesk.com/this-binance-backed-crypto-startup-wants-to-anonymize-everything
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Kids session No
Keyword(s) security
Tags track:session, Assembly:Critical Decentralisation Cluster
Processing assembly Assembly:Critical Decentralisation Cluster
Person organizing
Language en - English
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Starts at 2018/12/29 19:30
Ends at 2018/12/29 20:00
Duration 30 minutes
Location Assembly:Critical Decentralisation Cluster

In this talk, I'll describe how the technology of mix networking can anonymize network-level (level 0) p2p transactions for any cryptocurrency, including Monero, ZCash, and Mimblewimble. This technology is provably better than Tor, Dandelion, and other alternatives. We'll demonstrate a wallet and walk users through user-testing a demo Android e-mail messaging app built on a mix-net.