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Researchers at Shenzhen University, China, have introduced a new anonymity system for Bitcoin called Transaction Remote Release
(TRR), inspired by the TOR network, to render typical deanonymising tools ineffective.
The technology uses multi-layered encryption to protect the identity of individuals carrying out Bitcoin transactions. However, unlike The Onion Router (TOR), TRR will not be available as a piece of software available for download. The Shenzhen team hope to integrate it directly into the Bitcoin network, providing a TRR-enabled setting which would offer layer encryption and trump current unmasking techniques.
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