The transparent nature of Bitcoin is what allows it to be a decentralized cryptocurrency. There is a public ledger and we can all agree on the transactions that have occurred in the Bitcoin network by looking at it, removing the need for a trusted third party to give that confirmation. However, this same transparency brings along some issues. The lack of privacy can scare off regular users as well as companies that do not want their finances to be available to the competition. Fugibility issues also arise when a specific coin can be singled out due to its past history and refused as payment because of it.