There are some new developments concerning LibertyCoin that I want to share with you. Not in regards to the anonymity/privacy feature, because that is still under development, but about some other useful tool.
We will get back to the anonymity/privacy development in a bit, but I first wanted to tell you about the LibertyCoin Paper Wallet that is now available. The process is simple to follow, and your XLB paper wallet will be ready in no time!
Even though you argue about the LibertyCoin Paper Wallet design, as it is pretty standard, the functionality should the the focus point here. As long as it works as advertised, the rest shouldn’t really matter. And paper wallets are still a neat addition in general!
Now, in regards to LibertyCoin’s anonymity/privacy features, we don’t have much to report at this point in time. The developers are working on a possible solution for this, but are still accepting any and all input from other coders and community members.
The bounty for this project is quite lucrative as well though. Currently, and this is subject to change in an upward manner, the bounty is 7 Bitcoin + 30,000 XLB. That’s a nice amount of money for this task if you ask me.
We will keep you updated as we receive more news in regards to this project.
P.S. I’ve received several rather unfriendly remarks that I’m being paid by LibertyCoin to write these article, and that I’m backing a scam coin. I’m not getting anything for this except the odd donation, and I’m not backing anyone. I leave the judging about coins to all of you, and just bring you news. Nothing more, nothing less.