VEIL has enjoyed renewed trading vigour with our recent listing on NonKYC Exchange, which has triggered some volatility and bag-filling or profit-taking opportunities for regular traders, while our developer IVAN surprised us with a very nice VEIL light wallet firstly released on the Android Play Store.
For another bounty the recent Linux (GUI) setup guide has been joined by its macOS equivalent. Some code commits, especially to make it more friendly, have been made to the master branch ready for a minor wallet update.
Renewed interest in Veil bounty tasks inspired a user to write a setup guide for installing the Veil wallet in Ubuntu Linux GUI (graphical user interface) / MAY 2023 Twitter Promo!
Would using fiat or Bitcoin be more effective for sponsoring Veil devs, or use only Veil?
Veil Core wallet update needs to be installed by block 2,000,000.
The Veil light-wallet API has today been published, enabling Zelcore to include, with RingCT privacy, Veil in the Zelcore desktop wallet!
Veil will soon be included, with RingCT privacy, in the Zelcore desktop wallet! Just a little more testing remains.
In late April, we received a vulnerability report about the consensus validation of RingCT transactions. This vulnerability was not exploited and is now prevented.
In this article we speak with Sean, Veil’s QA and support guru.
With 2020 behind us and a new year before us, it’s once again time the Veil team give a peek behind the curtain. This article covers some of the larger development objectives of 2021.
This article covers the procedure to follow for mining after the October 31 Veil 1.1 hard fork.
We’re pleased to announce the release of Veil core wallet version 1.1, the first significant version update for the project. This article provides an overview of 1.1.0’s features.
In this article, we will get to know Veil Core developer, codeofalltrades.
As we close in on the Veil updated Proof-of-Work consensus model, this article explores the PoW update and what it means for the future of the Veil network and its users.
Core Developer CaveSpectre gives us a look into a challenge overcome by Veil developers involving RandomX and the Dark Gravity Wave algorithm.
In this article, we will get to know Veil spokesperson, Joshua Marriage
A chat with Kristy-Leigh ‘OhGodAGirl’ Minehan about algorithms.
Time for a sneak-peek at some Veil X user experience details.
The threats of surveillance capitalism and totalitarian governance bolster the need for a digital equivalent to cash.
In this third article in Paul Moonshine’s series, the concept of proving things is explored.
The Veil team has been working on something new. Something exciting. A new way to experience Veil. Say hello to Veil X.
On the Discrete Logarithm Problem
This is the first in a series of publications by Veil mathematician Paul Moonshine on his research into SuperSonic.
The Veil Project is well poised for a new frontier, laser focused on fulfilling our mission with unprecedented clarity and an unwavering sense of purpose.
The Veil project has undergone a recent reorganization to better focus our efforts and execute on our long-term vision.
In this article, we will get to know Veil cryptographer, Paul Moonshine
Veil’s consensus and reward distribution is changing, and this article discusses the rationale.
In this article, we will get to know Veil developer, Blondfrogs
What’s been happening in Veil? Learn that and more in this project update.
Veil has been added as a payment option to the versatile payment gateway Cryptocurrency Checkout.
This article provides an update on the recent Zerocoin exploit affecting the Veil project.
Facebook has announced the Libra cryptocurrency. What does this mean for privacy coins?
In this article, we will get to know Veil designer, Mr Kangaroo
Veil’s new core wallet version 126.96.36.199 includes an exciting new feature, called Autospend. Let’s explore how it works.
Recently the Veil team held a staff conference to consolidate plans for the project and its various aspects.
The Veil Project is excited to present the architecture of the new Veil privacy protocol, and the steps we are taking to ensure the interim privacy of our early adopters.
As we provide technical updates, keep our community informed on milestones achieved, and dive into specifics of our technology, it can be easy to lose sight of the broader vision that we seek to achieve with Veil: electronic cash.
In this article, we will explore the recent Zerocoin exploit and how that affects Veil’s future.
In this article, we will explore the benefits of Veil’s hybrid consensus.
In this article, we are going to discuss the state of the Veil network, including our decision to replace Zerocoin with a new privacy protocol.
In this article, we are going to explore why the Veil team members have made such personal commitments to the long-term success of the project.
In this article, we’ll explore Veil’s coming precompute functionality.
In this article, we will get to know the Chief Architect of the Veil network, Tom Bradshaw (aka @presstab).
In this article, we will detail the process for trading Veil on the Bisq decentralized exchange.
In this article, we will get to know the Veil founder, James Burden
In this article we’re going to take a look at the current state of the Veil network.
In this article, we’re going to take a deep dive into the Veil superblock milestone.
In this article, we’re going to take a practical look into how the fascinating Zerocoin protocol works to provide anonymity.
Veil is a privacy-focused blockchain project with a simple mission - to offer the most private and user-friendly digital currency. With an experienced team of over 25 members, including top developers, we are implementing and improving upon thoroughly vetted privacy protocols, pushing the technical boundaries for privacy and anonymity.