Programmable Privacy: How It Could Be More Compliance-Friendly to the Web3 Worldby@sin7y
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Programmable Privacy: How It Could Be More Compliance-Friendly to the Web3 World

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In this piece, we'll focus more on explaining Ola's design in terms of being compliance-friendly. As described in the a16z article, privacy must encompass two attributes simultaneously: Achieve native privacy protection to safeguard user information. Ensure regulatory compliance to track illicit activities.
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