- Cashfusion is a popular extension of the Cashshuffle platform used for obfuscating bitcoin cash (BCH) transactions.
- The protocol gained popularity after several BCH advocates leveraged the former platform Cashshuffle.
- Currently, the BCH supporters are looking forward to the security audit by Kudelski Security.
Cashfusion is a popular extension of the Cashshuffle platform. It is used for obfuscating bitcoin cash (BCH) transactions. From last November 2019 until now, the Cashfusion protocol has enabled 4, 583 fusions. That total, around 40,564 bitcoin cash worth $9.1M.
Cashfusion a popular extension of Cashshuffle platform
Cashfusion gained popularity after several BCH advocates leveraged the previous platform Cashshuffle. However, Cashfusion is a platform that makes transaction privacy more enhanced than before.
Various users, including the data expert James Waugh, review the protocol. Moreover, the analyst has gone through thousands of BCH transactions. He also examined several inputs and outputs.
In November 2019, BCH enthusiasts fused $9.1M worth of BCH that totals around 40,564 BCH.
Besides this, the former platform Cashshuffle gained immense use and traction. Since March 2, 2019, the total shuffles were 52, 123. Findings reflect the shuffling of roughly 247,387 bitcoin cash since then. These were worth $55.8 million as of current exchange rates.
BCH’ security audit by Kudelski Security
Currently, the BCH supporters are looking forward to the security audit by Kudelski Security. It will review the Cashfusion codebase and operations. Reportedly around $50,000 were raised by Bitcoin.com and grassroots BCH community by the Kudelski audit.
Furthermore, after the Kudelski audit of Cashshuffle last year, the developers introduced the official version of the protocol. It was a positive response from the Cashshuffle’s Kudelski review. Many BCH users are waiting for the outcome of Cashfusion’s audit.
Though, the summary of the Cashshuffle review describes that there is no significant deviation in the protocol. The security researchers at Kudelski stated that Cashshuffle codebase reviewed by them is applying the Coinshuffle protocol with no substantial deviations. There is no evidence of malicious intent, faulty logic, or potential backdoor in the codebase.