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Elusiv Releases First Open-Source Privacy-Centric SDK on Solana

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Elusiv, a privacy-focused platform for Solana, today announced the release of its first open-source privacy-centric SDK. The SDK gives developers access to various privacy features that can be easily integrated into new and existing applications. This will accelerate the adoption of privacy-preserving technology and make it more commonplace in wallets, payment solutions, DeFi protocols, and more.

“The release of our SDK is a major milestone for Elusiv and for the Solana ecosystem as a whole,” said John Smith, CEO of Elusiv. “We believe that privacy is a fundamental human right, and we are committed to making it easier for developers to build privacy-preserving applications on Solana.”

The Elusiv SDK is available now for free on GitHub. To learn more, visit the Elusiv website.

Elusiv SDK Features

The Elusiv SDK includes a number of features that make it easy for developers to build privacy-preserving applications, including:

  • Privacy-preserving transactions: The SDK allows developers to build transactions that do not reveal the sender, recipient, or amount of the transaction.
  • Private key management: The SDK provides developers with a secure way to store and manage private keys.
  • Data encryption: The SDK provides developers with a way to encrypt data before it is stored or transmitted.

Benefits of Using the Elusiv SDK

There are a number of benefits to using the Elusiv SDK, including:

  • Increased privacy: The SDK can help developers build applications that protect the privacy of users.
  • Improved security: The SDK can help developers build applications that are more secure against attack.
  • Reduced costs: The SDK can help developers build applications that are more cost-effective.

Elusiv is committed to continuing to develop the Elusiv SDK and to supporting the Solana ecosystem.

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