Published on September 6th, 2015 | by bitcoin0
How Bitcoin Payments Work
At the time, Snowden famously advised the world to use “Zero-Knowledge” private cloud storage, specifically endorsing a cloud storage solution named Spideroak.
Zero-Knowledge Privacy (ZKP) services have been popping up to fulfill the promise made by encryption to protect the privacy of data.
Sync is the most recent service to do so, and on Wednesday the Ontario-based company announced they are now accepting bitcoin payments.
If ever there was a unique use-case for bitcoin, privately paying for a service like ZKP storage is a great example.
People using these services may become familiar with the benefits of using bitcoin to help keep their data private.