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The crypto industry royally screwed up privacy By Cointelegraph

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Privacy is an important topic. It is an extremely important subject. It’s generally more interesting to talk about things that are disputable. The few arguments that are available against privacy make it difficult to talk about and easier to accept as a given. Edward Snowden is a famous example of this. : “Arguing that you don’t care about privacy because you have nothing to hide is like arguing that you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say.”

What if you don’t want your privacy to be a priority? But what if privacy isn’t guaranteed? Imagine if all your activities are under continuous surveillance.

Warren Paul AndersonDiscreet Labs vice president, product, is currently developing Findora, a public Blockchain with programmable privacy. Previously, Warren led product at for 4.5 years, working on the XRP Ledger, Interledger, & PayString protocols; the RippleX platform; and RippleNet’s On-Demand Liquidity enterprise product. Warren founded Hedgy in 2014 prior to Ripple. This was the first DeFi platform for derivatives that uses programmable and escrowed smart contract on the blockchain.