In line with a recent ‘post‘ stated by ‘cypherpunk Lucky Green’, the co-founder of Cypherpunks ‘Timothy C.May’ has reportedly died of natural causes.
In his social media post, Green ‘added‘:
“Word has reached me that my pricey friend, co-conspirator in several things and for several years, fellow Freedom Fighter Tim May has passed away earlier within this week in Corralitos, California, at his home”
May is the renowned author of “The Crypto Anarchist Manifesto,”published earlier in the year 1992, in which he apparently expected some elements of the presently existing decentralized cryptocurrencies:
“The State of course attempted to slow or halt the spreading of this [cryptography-based] technology, citing national security considerations, use of the technology by drug dealers and tax evaders, and fears of social group disintegration.”
However, May additionally admitted within the declaration that “many of these considerations will be valid,” since “crypto lawlessness would permit national secrets to be trade freely and would also permit illicit and stolen materials to be listed and traded.”
In his Facebook post, Green wrote that while an autopsy has not been performed nonetheless, “death seems to be from natural causes.” Green explains that May “co-founded the Cypherpunks, maybe the sole pro-cryptography grassroots organization within the history, along with Eric Hughes and John Gilmore in 1992.”
According to an earlier update, several consider that the “cypherpunk movement deserves as much credit as Satoshi Nakamoto for lying down the foundational development of cryptography.” The legendary creator of Bitcoin [BTC] was reportedly in communication with the cypherpunk community before the launching of the Bitcoin’s [BTC] whitepaper earlier in 2008, and communicated his concepts to them via an email thread.
According to an analysis ‘reported‘, government tracking cryptocurrencies is increasing day by day, however there are surely many ways to avoid it.
Privacy advocate along with Whistleblower Edward Snowden reportedly thinks that the leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin [BTC] isn’t the optimum solution for personal peer-to-peer transacting. Moreover, Snowden has repeatedly noted that he considers ZCash [ZEC] the “most interesting” altcoin, sue to its special focusing on privacy.