The Open Bitcoin Privacy Project is an open source, global organization whose mission is to improve financial privacy within the Bitcoin ecosystem. Our goals:
- To inventory existing tools and resources useful for Bitcoin users to improve their financial privacy
- To review existing tools and resources intended to improve Bitcoin users’ financial privacy
- To identify critical technologies not yet widely implemented but needed in order to maximize financial privacy in Bitcoin
- To organize crowdfunding efforts for developing better tools for Bitcoin privacy, including wallet software and privacy measurement tools
Kristov is a Bitcoin privacy researcher and security engineer.
Justus is a Bitcoin writer and software designer at Stash Crypto.
Daniel is Director of Research at the Nakamoto Institute and an engineer at Monetas.
Jonathan is a technical illustrator and graphic designer at BTC Design.
LaurentMT is a Bitcoin data analyst and founder/lead developer of OXT.me.
The goal of the Open Bitcoin Privacy Project is to facilitate the creation of sustainable projects that improve financial privacy in the crypto-currency space. These projects will most often be crowd-funded, and thus must extend the utility of Bitcoin in order to appeal to speculative philanthropists. Crowdfunding can take place through a variety of platforms, including:
Press enquiries may be emailed to contact [at] open bitcoin privacy project [dot] org.