Bitcoin.com is a proponent of privacy and we have been monitoring Bitcoin Cash projects like Cashshuffle and Cashfusion closely. Last March, Cashshuffle was officially released after a security audit from Kudelski Security, and since then millions of dollars worth of BCH have been shuffled. Our web portal aims to help speed up the process of Cashfusion’s official release, so we created a fundraiser to raise $50,000 for Kudelski to audit the protocol’s codebase and another $50K for ongoing development.
Raising $100K for a Cashfusion Audit and Ongoing Development
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) supporters have been eagerly waiting for the official version of Cashfusion after months of discussions and alpha testing. On January 20, news.Bitcoin.com reported on the alpha launch of Cashfusion and since then project developers have been asking testers to help with liquidity. The alpha release of Cashfusion leverages the Electron Cash wallet in the same fashion Cashshuffle does, but in contrast, Cashfusion takes advantage of the Tor network. It also works differently than traditional Coinjoin platforms and the method hardens BCH transaction privacy. Four days after the Cashfusion alpha release, our newsdesk published a step-by-step walkthrough using the macOS version so our readers can utilize the privacy-enhancing tool. Additionally, a review of Cashfusion published on January 29 written by data analyst James Waugh said Cashfusion is far more practical than other Coinjoin protocols.
Cashfusion is the highly anticipated extension for the Cashshuffle project and it has been said to be “more practical” than traditional Coinjoin protocols. Bitcoin.com’s fundraiser wants to bolster this project with a security audit from Kudelski Security and funds toward ongoing Cashfusion development. » Read Full Article «