Zcash VS Monero: Comparative Privacy Coin Guide

Updated on: April 24th, 2020
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Rajarshi Mitra
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ZCash utilizes the best privacy tech available, zk-SNARKs but is failed by making privacy optional. Less than 10% of all users and transactions are private, which leaves plenty of metadata to trace. Monero enforces private-only transactions but Ring Sig mixes transactions of only 7 people, difficult but not impossible to solve. PirateChain (www.pirate.black) combines the best of both, zk-SNARKs with enforced private-only transactions, and further provides chain security by anchoring to BTC hashrate. Please consider covering this best in class privacy coin.

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