TRON community has raised enquiry on the possible perception of the Chinese government over the privacy protocol TRON blockchain is developing on its network.
The question was directed to the Founder of TRON blockchain project Justin Sun. The CCO of Beatzcoin and the advisor of Dapp Evolution, Misha Lederman, raised the query after Justin shared the list of 20 contestants of the MPC Torch Porject, a project launched by TRONZ team to enhance TRON privacy by utilizing zk-SNARKs-based technology.
As earlier promised, Justin Sun in the statement said the MPC project would help reshape the internet.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) February 4, 2020
As a rejoinder, Misha Lederman, a prominent member of the Tronix community, said he supports the right to privacy.
“You often state your intention to work together w/ regulators so #TRON blockchain is in compliance w/ local laws. I support this notion. I also support right to privacy”, Lederman said.
The CCO of the TRON-based project Beatzcoin furthered that his only concern for the new privacy protocol technology to be introduced by TRON is what the Chinese government would have to say over it.
“My question: What does the Chinese government say about privacy on the TRON blockchain?” Lederman added.
Although, the president of China, Xi Jinping, has endorsed blockchain technology and its application within the country, the Asian country remains steadfast in it disapproval of cryptocurrency.
TRON to Transform the internet with new technology
Yesterday, February 3, Justin Sun revealed that the latest project within the TRON ecosystem, MPC Torch Project, would be used to transform the internet for better.
The MPC (Mainnet Multi-Party Computation) Torch project will leverage the zk-SNARKS-based anonymity to enhance the TRON’s privacy protocol when launched.
The team behind the project, TRONZ, bragged that the MPC Torch project would set new Guinness world record.
As related by NewsLogical earlier, the project has been deployed for public testing. MPC is designed to help safeguard users’ security and privacy. It proffers solution to the problem of missing trust between joint computation participants.