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DeepOnion: The Future of Cryptocurrency is Anonymity


March 08, 2018 – Many people often ask themselves, is it possible to have anonymous, untraceable payments online? The emerging DeepOnion platform says YES, and both the blockchain technology and spirit behind the project couldn’t be more convincing.

Online anonymity plays a crucial role in the freedom of privacy. For numerous people, the current status quo of cryptocurrency is quite lacking regarding privacy- with clear evidence having been shown that the “crypto” end of things is not so “crypto” after all.

By using Bitcoin you show your IP address to everyone, you can be hacked at any moment because these private IP’s are most likely to be hacked first when new OS exploits are found. As you can see, it is so foolishly dangerous to use a wallet not natively integrated with the Tor network.

Hiding your IP address is a critical security precaution needed for protecting your privacy. A hidden IP is of utmost importance when dealing with financial transactions. Using the DeepOnion wallet, you can now hide your real IP address via encryption and the integrated TOR network. Using the DeepOnion wallet will allow you to be anonymous while sending and receiving critical financial transactions.

Law enforcement and governments have proven themselves to be able to track and identify the origins and destinations of traditional Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency transfers, a situation that has left the more privacy-minded population quite uncomfortable. The good news is the dream isn’t dead yet.

A new approach is being made in this area by the exciting new project DeepOnion – and by combining blockchain and TOR technology, it is standing out very clearly as the future of cryptocurrency anonymity and private transactions.

While more Bitcoin-related operations are voluntarily submitting themselves to increased government compliance and scrutiny, DeepOnion has picked up the flag of fighting for an individual’s identity and privacy by creating an anonymous, secure, scalable, instantaneous and untraceable payment platform.

The DeepOnion platform delivers security not just against the eyes of the state, but also from the schemes of criminals who have become more adept at tracing private transactional data on the older model cryptocurrency platforms.

And this kind of threat is serious business because once coins unethically change hands, the person who lost them has next to no chance of seeing them ever returned. DeepOnion strives to remove those dangers.

To make things even more exciting, the project has taken a democratic approach towards its direction and growth and will be activating a feature called VoteCentral, to allow users to participate in the platform operators decision-making processes.

All these things combined: a secure wallet, untraceable payments, highly secure transactions, integration with the latest version of TOR and much more point toward why excitement continues to rise as DeepOnion moves along its roadmap to success.

In the sometimes volatile world of cryptocurrency, one thing seems like a safe-bet:

The future of anonymous cryptocurrency is DeepOnion. Be a part of it right from the start.

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