Cashfusion, the privacy-enhancing solution for the Bitcoin Cash network is nearing its one-year anniversary and during the last four months, fusions have increased by 328.93%. The protocol recently completed a security audit and fusions are nearing 20k with close to $200 million worth of bitcoin cash fused to-date.
En noviembre 28, 2020, el Cashfusion protocol para el Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network will celebrate a milestone of one year operating so far. At the time of publication, stats from the web portal stats.devzero.be/#/fusion shows approximately 19,658 fusions have been processed since last November.
The increase in Cashfusion use jumped a great deal after the protocol completed a security audit from Kudelski Security. Alongside this, Cashfusion participation also increased when fusion tiers were expanded de 0.82 BCH al 8 BCH. The expansion allows for 10x a larger amount of bitcoin cash to be fused. Moreover, there’s been 791,310 BCH fused to-date and using today’s exchange rate that’s $193 million worth of bitcoin cash.
Bitcoin Cash proponents are big fans of the Cashfusion protocol as they believe the software is more advanced than traditional coinjoin practices. For instance, data analyst James Waugh tested Cashfusion with thousands of transactions and found fusing is far more practical than other coinjoin methods. Waugh sifted through a number of transaction inputs and outputs and realized that it’s “not possible to establish a concrete link” between them.
This is because Cashfusion developers opted to remove the equal amount requirement traditionally found in coinjoin inputs and outputs. In a publicado un documento called “Analyzing the Combinatoric Math in Cashfusion,” Electron Cash developer Jonald Fyookball explains the process in great detail.
When James Waugh tested the claims of combinatorial anonymity and said that “it’s impossible to determine the true way that inputs and outputs truly relate (since there are multiple possible combinations of ways of getting the inputs and outputs to balance).”
Además de la Cashfusion action rising, BCH supporters are still leveraging the Cashshuffle protocol as well. Cashshuffle was launched in March 2019 and also completed a security audit from Kudelski Security.
El portal web stats.cash/#/shuffle shows there’s been 60,614 shuffles using Cashshuffle since its inception. In mid-September, shuffles dropped a bunch as more users started flocking to the Cashfusion protocol since the security audit and fusion tiers were expanded. Still, 271,962 BCH has been shuffled worth $66.5 million today.
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