Tracing Transactions Across Cryptocurrency Ledgers

30 Oct 2018Haaroon YousafGeorge KapposSarah Meiklejohn

One of the defining features of a cryptocurrency is that its ledger, containing all transactions that have evertaken place, is globally visible. As one consequenceof this degree of transparency, a long line of recent re-search has demonstrated that even in cryptocurrenciesthat are specifically designed to improve anonymity it is often possible to track money as it changes hands,and in some cases to de-anonymize users entirely... (read more)

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