The first completely decentralized protocol for private transactions on PulseChain

Freedom of Privacy

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Hurricash improves transaction privacy by breaking the on-chain link between source and destination addresses. 

Truly Private Transactions:

Built specifically for PulseChain

Hurricash allows for private transactions via an immutable smart contract.  Through running processes a user can receive their crypto from a different wallet than initially sent from.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is it possible to compromise the protocol and find information about depositors?
No, Hurricash is a completely decentralized protocol with zero additional infrastructure. Its smart contracts are immutable, have no admins, and the proofs are based on strong ring signature cryptography. Only the user possessing the Note is able to link deposit and withdrawal.

Has the protocol been Audited

No. The Hurricash protocol has many built in features to make it as secure as possible. Most hacks are a result of private key exposure or flash loan exploitation. Because Hurricash has no keys and is not related to loans or price oracles the depletion of funds is near impossible. However since the blockchain and pulse network is new and experimental technology there are no gaurantee's. It is advised to proceed with caution, it is the users responsibility if and how they choose to use the protocol.

Does Hurricash collect Data?

No, the Hurricash project does not collect any user data. The project is completely open source, thus the UI can be hosted offline. Users can also interact with it in the command line over the blockchain, remix or other tools.

What is a Relayer?

Relayers are used to withdraw to an account with no PULSE (gas) balance. The relayer sends a withdrawal transaction and takes a part of the deposit as compensation. The relayer cannot change any withdrawal data including recipient address. The Hurricash initial developers do not control or play any role in relaying transactions, the relay network is independent and run by the community. If you want to run your own relayer, reach out to us or visit Github for the opensource code.

Is the code open source?