‘Shark Tank’ Star Kevin O’Leary Lauds Apollo For Olympus 2.0 Release
ABC’s “Shark Tank” investor Kevin O’Leary (“Mr. Wonderful”) this past week lauded Apollo Foundation for December 2018 launch of Olympus Protocol 2.0. The update makes Apollo all-in-one currency (APL) a truly private and unregulatable platform. (See video.)
The 64-year-old Canadian reality star whose net worth is estimated at more than $400 million said via Twitter:
[I’m] not too busy to talk about Apollo Foundation. I just want to congratulate Apollo currency on the recent release of Olympus Protocol 2.0. [APL] is
already one of the fastest growing cryptocurrencies and one of the most private.
In 1999, Mr. O’Leary sold his educational software company to Mattel for $4.2 billion.
On Thursday (Jan. 17), Mr. O’Leary said:
I’m looking to see how Apollo impacts the cryptocurrency market — one of the most exciting places to look at in terms of news ideas … Look guys, at Apollo, have a fantastic 2019.
Olympus Protocol 2.0 makes Apollo a truly private and unregulatable platform. (See video.) The version includes:
1. Encrypted Transport IP Masking 2.0 (the most effective IP Masking in crypto)
2. Database-Level Coin Mixing (“Apollo Mixer”)
IP Masking 2.0 doesn’t rely on relay-based masking solutions which can be tracked. Instead, Apollo’s version uses encrypted-data IP masking which cannot be compromised.
The solution can function in regulated jurisdictions such as China (where Tor is blocked). Location masking is accomplished by using an encrypted virtual private network (VPN) that hides a user’s real-time physical location.
Coin Mixing offers an extra layer of privacy and security. The function filters a sender’s transaction within Apollo’s database. It mixes the transaction with others that were sent in the same time period — the effect is to completely mask the funds’ destination. On the blockchain, the coin mixing feature shows a sender’s transaction but not the destination.
Here are updates on Apollo’s groundbreaking technologies: