Polkadot, the blockchain created by legendary coder Gavin Wood after he split from Ethereum, is getting a new privacy feature. The tool uses zero-knowledge proofs and soulbound tokens (yes, the things dreamt up by Vitalik Buterin) to help limit the amount of information crypto users share when they transact on-chain.
Meanwhile, a new interoperable NFT standard has launched on Cosmos.
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In particular, a layer 1 Polkadot blockchain called Manta Network has teamed up with the team behind
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