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Mastercard Develops a New Way of Keeping Crypto Transactions Private
The payments global giant, Mastercard, stated that they have a new method of maintaining the anonymity of all cryptocurrency transactions. The company has proposed a system of executing transactions over a blockchain. This system would disguise both the amount and point of origin according to their patent application published on December 6.
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This publication by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office comes just a few months after MasterCard revealed its interest in blockchain technology. The application highlighted that the system would use

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