Bitcoin transactions are not anonymous but users can still add a layer of privacy by using different addresses and other techniques to confuse blockchain surveillance. However, a de-anonymization method known as a dust attack is on the rise. If the microtransactions that characterize a dust attack go unnoticed, they can potentially be used to identify cryptocurrency users.
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Peppering Crypto Networks With Dust to Deanonymize Users
Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin cash (BCH) and bitcoin core (BTC)…

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