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Bitcoin Cash Dev Chris Troutner Fights US Lawmakers' Attempt to Weaken End-to-End Encryption
by C. Edward Kelso
April 20, 2020
"Will the #EARNIT act [EARN IT Act (S. 3398)] pass into law? It doesn't matter, because #Bitcoin does not respect laws," Bitcoin Cash (BCH) developer Chris Troutner insisted. He's written software allowing BCH users to send encrypted messages using apps like Memo.cash. "There isn't a damn thing any state actor can do to stop the communication or break the encryption," Troutner promised.
Coronavirus broke privacy. Crypto can help fix it
by Mathew Di Salvo
May 14, 2020
Troutner said that one can actually use both CashShuffle and CashFusion together to maintain an even higher sense of privacy. Though this method is complex.
Permissionless Software Foundation Aims to Foster Open-Source Software With Bitcoin Cash
by Jamie Redman
July 8, 2020
Just recently, Bitcoin Cash proponents were introduced to a new foundation called the "Permissionless Software Foundation" aimed at spreading Bitcoin Cash and SLP token technology.
PSF Token Invokes the First Coin-Age Staking Protocol on Bitcoin Cash
by Jamie Redman
August 20, 2020
During the last six months, the Simple Ledger Protocol has grown immensely and there's been 9,604 SLP tokens created since the infrastructure launched. Just recently news.Bitcoin.com reported on mistcoin, the mineable SLP token that can be mined with a CPU. Now software developer Chris Troutner has invoked tokens called PSF, which are the first SLP tokens that leverage UTXO coin-age for staking on Bitcoin Cash.