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The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wants to pay a contractor $625,000 if they can crack layer-two privacy schemes and the privacy-centric crypto asset monero (XMR). The tax agency says that the entity has “limited investigative resources” for tracing these types of cryptocurrency transactions. The United States tax agency wants to obtain a solution to […]
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The United States IRS agency has announced a bounty of up to $625k to anyone who can crack Monero’s privacy.