Tag: Bitcoin Mixer

4 Thoughts on the Newly Launched Bitcoin Mixer MyBitmix

Given all of the recent drama and developments affecting the Bitcoin mixer industry, one has to wonder if there is even a future for this particular business model. The team over at MyBitmix seems to think so, albeit users will often remain hesitant to try new services. It is also one of the few mixers which can be accessed with or without the Tor browser, which seemingly raises some suspicions. …
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Revisiting The Bitcloak Bitcoin Mixing Service

The primary purpose of a Bitcoin mixing service is to provide additional anonymity and privacy to its users. Bitcloak is a new mixing service trying to make a name for itself, and it looks like some things have changed since its initial launch in February of 2016.   Bitcloak Bitcoin Mixing Service Update Albeit we were initially skeptical regarding the potential of Bitcloak, it appears there is a lot more …
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Anonymous Bitcoin Purchases Become More Difficult

Despite Bitcoin far a far cry from anonymous, there are lots of people who still prefer to remain anonymous when buying or selling Bitcoin in their area. Platforms like LocalBitcoins allow users to do so, as cash is one of the most often used payment methods when trading on this platform. But it looks like buying Bitcoin anonymously is becoming more and more difficult in certain regions, as even cash …
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Bitcoin Mixing Services Pose Certain Risks

The topic of using coin mixers to anonymize Bitcoin transactions has been kicked around for quite some time now. While it may seem only normal for people to mix up their Bitcoin transaction history at some point, there is also the pressing question of which services can be trusted. The short answer to that question is absolutely none, as coin mixers are third-party centralized service providers. Also read: Bitcoin Exchanges …
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