Bitcoin Privacy Feud Erupts After Edward Snowden Pans Long-Awaited Taproot Upgrade
Edward Snowden is a former National Security Agency contractor who exposed a secret surveillance program of American citizens. As one of the world’s foremost privacy advocates, he thinks Bitcoin isn’t private enough—and that an upcoming software update could make it worse.
His comments have created something of an uproar from fellow activists such as Alex Gladstein, the Chief Strategy Officer of the Human Rights Foundation, who thinks Snowden has misrepresented the upgrade, known as Taproot. Others have argued that the Russian exile can’t see the importance of mainstream adoption to the project, which could falter if it turns too far toward anonymity.
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