In the new crypto era, new technologies are making it easier for people to conduct more anonymous transactions without the need to pay a middleman, which has previously been the case with Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies.
Now, there are also more options for developers to develop tools for creating secure and privacy-oriented applications.
The first such tool, known as the Cryptocat service engine, was announced last month and will be available in the new version of Ethereum and Ethereum Classic (ETC).
Its goal is to make Ethereum more secure by making transactions anonymous.
This means that you can’t easily trace who the owner of a transaction is.
The new CryptoCats service engine will be able to do this by running on a specific platform, allowing users to easily install a wallet and make anonymous transactions on it.
This means that if a user decides to transfer funds from an ETC wallet to an Ethereum wallet, they won’t be able track who the recipient is.
This will mean that the transaction can be traced to the person sending the money, making the crypto-currency less susceptible to hacking.
The service engine also has some features that are currently available on Bitcoin, but that will soon be available on Ethereum.
The platform will allow users to send Ethereum transactions directly from their wallets, and users can set the amount of Ether they want to send.
The Ethereum blockchain can store up to 10 million transactions, which means that the platform will be capable of handling transactions in the trillions of transactions per day.
It will also be able send payments between two users on Ethereum, making it possible for the platform to process a payment to one user and send it to the other.
This will make it easier to securely store Ethereum transactions and avoid paying middlemen for the same transactions.
Users can also send Ether to the platform using other cryptocurrencies, making them much more anonymous than when they send funds to a bank account.
It also means that Ethereum can store large amounts of Ether without being tracked.
The development team behind the new platform has also announced that the ETC market cap will be halved from $6.5 billion to $3 billion by the end of 2018.
The halving comes in the wake of Bitcoin’s recent fall from $266 million to $40 million.
This move by the Ethereum developers is likely to further weaken Bitcoin, since the company has been trying to secure the cryptocurrency with a lot of marketing and promotional efforts.
It is expected that Ethereum Classic will be released later this year.