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What's the point of new incoming addresses with the Daedalus wallet?

While it's intended to be a privacy-enhancing measure, it's currently somewhat negated by the fact that any Cardano wallet that's currently registered for staking has every address easily linked to ...
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Staking Key a Privacy risk?

Can staking keys be generated on the curve like public addresses are to preserve privacy? While it is possible to create enterprise addresses or additional base addresses with new staking keys using ...
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How to validate someone delegates to your stakepool, while preserving their privacy?

This is not a complete solution but it may possibly work. But, before that some context on cardano addresses and the delegation process is required: Cardano addresses are of different types as ...
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Can you run a stake pool pseudonymously?

Can you run a stake pool pseudonymously? Yes you can. The only things I can think of that could be used to identify you would be your public IP address or, DNS records (at least at a public knowledge ...
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About Daedalus (also ADA in general) delegation privacy

I understand your issue, for privacy try using https://adalite.io/. They let you generate multiple Cardano Accounts that have their own stake keys. You can use this with hardwallets. Now you can stake ...
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How to validate someone delegates to your stakepool, while preserving their privacy?

I don't know if this is a great solution to this, but what you could do, is make logins for your users based off of their Staking Address (stake address = username) and then to validate it you could ...
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How to comply with proposed EU funds transfer regulation on crypto asset transfers?

At the base layer, Cardano can't provide such information because it's not built to do that. Atala Prism could be used to get around that however, you can't force anyone to use that layer to transact ...
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What's the point of new incoming addresses with the Daedalus wallet?

All UTxO-based ledgers were conceived as ledgers in which each address must be used just once. Any change left after the transaction should come to a new address. Nonetheless, this does not prevent ...
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What's the point of new incoming addresses with the Daedalus wallet?

It's a privacy measure. Daedalus suggests you should only use an address once (although they can be re-used!). There are different addresses such as for Byron and Shelley, however these are rare ...
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