About OBPP

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

Contributors

Kristov Atlas
Kristov Atlas
Kristov is a Bitcoin privacy researcher and security engineer.
Justus Ranvier
Justus Ranvier
Justus is a Bitcoin writer and software designer at Stash Crypto.
Daniel Krawisz
Daniel Krawisz
Daniel is Director of Research at the Nakamoto Institute and an engineer at Monetas.
Jon Vaage
Jonathan Vaage
Jonathan is a technical illustrator and graphic designer at BTC Design.

LaurentMT
LaurentMT is a Bitcoin data analyst and founder/lead developer of OXT.me.

Funding Principles

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:

Media

Press enquiries may be emailed to contact [at] open bitcoin privacy project [dot] org.

An 800×800 pixel version of our logo can be downloaded here (transparent background) or here (white background), and is welcome for use in publications. The logo was designed by Luna Grey Logo.

 

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