Your Privacy is Not Guaranteed Online: Introducing A Framework for Privacy in eCommerce via Bitcoinby@j_humphr3y
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Your Privacy is Not Guaranteed Online: Introducing A Framework for Privacy in eCommerce via Bitcoin

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In today's world of cancel culture and doxxing, there is a need for the ability to conduct online business in a way that protects the privacy of the business, its employees, suppliers and customers. Bitcoin is a push only system. This sacrifices conveniences of subscriptions and recurring payments for the security of finality. Bitcoin obviates the need for identity verification as a form of collateral against credit card fraud or chargebacks. Bitcoin allows us to make truly private electronic transactions, where the buyer and seller need not exchange identifying information.

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