What better way to start this new day of cryptocurrency news than posting a new Syscoin article? I know some of our readers have been wondering about the i2p anonymity technology set to be implemented in SYS soon. Also, did you know there is a Syscoin Foundation now? Neither did I, but I will tell you all about it.
For those of you who do not know what i2p really is, allow me to explain it briefly. I2p offers a direct connection to darknets, eliminating any trace of your activities on the internet. Not just in regards to monetary transactions, but even chat logs, file transfers and a lot of other things.
The first (and so far only) digital currency to implement i2p darknet technology is AnonCoin. By combining i2p darknet technology and full Tor integration, any ANC transaction taking place is completely scrambled and untraceable. A proper anonymity solution if you ask me.
Syscoin community members have taken an interest in potentially bringing the i2p technology over to SYS as well. As a result of these efforts, an i2p patch for Syscoin can be found on GitHub. A special thanks goes out to third party developer j0b for developing this patch.
In other SYS news, a Syscoin Foundation has been formed, according to this screenshot we received late last night. Not too many details are known at this point, except for the fact the Foundation is playing an informal role as of this writing. It will be interesting to see what the actual purpose of the Syscoin Foundation will be in the future.
Last but not least, the Syscoin Android wallet is expected to be released any day now. This Android wallet has been coded from scratch and will be completely different from any other altcoin Android wallet out there. We will keep an eye out for further official announcements, and keep our readers updated accordingly.