The year is 2022. Bitcoin and Ethereum have finally established themselves and it is safe to say that they are here to stay. However, there is not much left of the original vision of a cryptocurrency from back in Cypherpunk days. Yet most Bitcoin investors tend to overlook one issue, which is the fact that Bitcoin (BTC) is not anonymous, but only pseudonymous. The same goes for Ethereum (ETH) and any other public, non-private blockchain. This is where privacy coins come in handy, as they enable concealment of the sending and receiving addresses, as well as the amount of coins being sent.