I would like to seek opinions on good ideas for doing meta transactions while maintaining privacy on the identity of the user?
Main reason is to allow B2B activities where buyers, sellers and possibly financiers can move tokens around or interact with smart contracts, but do so using ephemeral addresses that are one-time use to protect privacy, and known only for the duration these parties are interacting with each other. This is particularly important because leakage of identity can create unfair advantage in an open buy/sell market.
How can we keep privacy, while bringing in the UX conveniences of meta-tx?
My current idea involves embedded meta methods directly into the ERC20 token, but i’m not sure if that’s a good approach?