G20 agreed on regulating crypto-assets according to FATF’s KYC/AML standards. What are our options for privacy? Bitcoin mixer, privacy-focused crypto and trustless trading.
In their [listing criteria](https://listing.coinbase.com/policy#governance ) they specifically say in 1.1.4:
The network is public, decentralized, and enables trustless consensus.
XLM is not trustless, it is a trusted network.
Why did they say they will list it then. Will they violate their own listing criteria?
At Ethex, we just launched an Ethereum/ERC20 wallet app with built-in token trading. I’m wondering if you consider it a DApp.
* Trustless, smart contract based (trades are on-chain and wallet-to-wallet).
* All actions/operations are on-chain.
* You keep control of private keys (they are stored locally, encrypted, never uploaded).
* The app binary is delivered from central app store (Apple/Google).
* Partially open source. The smart contracts are open source.
* Out of necessity, there are a few servers in the mix (provider, localized currency conversion).
You can learn more about the *Ethex Trade Wallet*, along with App Store and Google Play links: [https://medium.com/ethex-market/introducing-the-ethex-trade-wallet-79e47ba61153](https://medium.com/ethex-market/introducing-the-ethex-trade-wallet-79e47ba61153)
Blockchain is already starting to change the way we transact by opening up the possibility of a trustless economy, where blockchain apps and services are widely used to facilitate trustless transactions. How can something that’s “trustless” be used for activities that typically require trust?