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Regulatory friendly Mimble Wimble

So I had a thought. Please don’t flame me for even considering the idea of regulatory coexistence. But what if litecoin took a different tact to the whole privacy coin angle? What if the LTC system was default private for all transactions below 10k USD and couldn’t be private for more? I mean all the obvious work around exist, but they exist in the traditional banking world as well. It may be an interesting approach to keeping privacy but also taking some of the legs out from under the arguments against privacy coins. Just a thought.
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