A new NeosCoin client has been released a few days ago, featuring a completely new and unique anonymity system called Arbitrush. We will attempt to explain this feature in detail, and a new development roadmap will be released soon as well!
Even though there already are a lot of different anonymity/user privacy solutions in the world of altcoins and digital currency, every now and then a new feature will pop up. This is exactly what happened when it comes to NeosCoin, so let’s take a look at how they tackled it!
NeosCoin’s new anonymity feature is called Arbitrush, and runs through an anonymous geographically distributed server farm. Once a user sends a transactions, it will be split into different fragments when passing through the Arbitrush server farm.
Each anonymous fragment is sent from a completely random unique address, with the amounts being completely random as well. Transactions from these addresses will be sent out at various times, scrambling the timestamps and blocks they are included in, making it incredibly hard (if not impossible) to link them together.
As these transactions are spread out over different timestamps and different blocks, there could be a delay in completing a transaction. However, as altcoins are known for their fast transaction speeds, the delays shouldn’t be too noticeable.
(We will keep an eye out for any reports on whether or not transactions are delayed, but from the feedback we see on the NeosCoin forums, everything seems to be working fine.)
Graphical representation of how Arbitrush works :
Official announcement :