Forbes.com this week called Apollo (APL) “the most feature-rich privacy-centric cryptocurrency around” in an article that compared privacy coins such as Dash (DASH), Monero (XMR), Zcash (ZEC), and Beam (BEAM). (See article.)
Apollo … aims to combine a lot of what other platforms provide with privacy being at the very core of what it stands for.
With December rollout of Olympus Protocol 2.0 the team has added two privacy features that make Apollo an unregulatable platform. It may be possible for people to send and receive APL in restrictive jurisdictions like China where Tor is blocked. Olympus 2.0 includes IP Masking 2.0 and Coin Mixing (Apollo Mixer).
Forbes.com gets 110 million monthly visits. The site added:
What makes Apollo stand out … is that unlike any of the other platforms it provides features like a decentralized marketplace, integrated exchange (to eliminate privacy from being compromised at the exchange level), and interestingly Smart Contracts, which while not currently available are slated for release in 2020.
The ability to transact in total anonymity offers several benefits. These include:
- Freedom — Users can think and act freely without coercion.
- Security — People can be secure in their beliefs, data, possessions and physical safety.
- Protection of Interests — Creativity, inventions, road maps, new business concepts, and proprietary methods are protected from thieves, saboteurs or potential competitors.
- Individuality — People can freely express themselves if they’re anonymous.
- Building Relationships — People can form relationships whether personal or business if their conversations are private.
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