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Pray4Mojo

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Bitcoin Mixers
« on: December 13, 2017, 11:55:07 PM »
How do you mix bitcoins with a bitcoin tumbler with these minimum bitcoin amounts.. with bitcoin / litecoin/ethereum being so sky high?  I realize you drug lords use big amounts, but I just want to tumble 50 to 60 bucks, and all the mixers have their minimums quite higher than that (helix light is .01, etc). Are there any trusted tumbling service that allows smaller amounts?

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Re: Bitcoin Mixers
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2017, 12:39:14 AM »
What are you trying to do with your coins and where did they originate? How tied to the trail when it comes to personal details are you to the btc address where you hold your coins??
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Re: Bitcoin Mixers
« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2017, 12:39:14 AM »
If mixers are effective at what they do, can you skip all the mid-points, and just go: wherever you by coins - mixer - market? One could see you've thrown coins in the mixer, but that's where the trail ends, right? Or is that traceable, or stupid for any other reason?
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Re: Bitcoin Mixers
« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2017, 12:41:33 AM »
What are you trying to do with your coins and where did they originate? How tied to the trail when it comes to personal details are you to the btc address where you hold your coins??

Yes, it could be unnecessary step, but I don't want to take any unnecessary risks.. one cannot overdo it when it comes to covering the tracks.

I buy them on local bitcoins using bank transfer, then send them to electrum in tails, tumble to another electrum wallet, and then to market. Without tumbling, I guess it could be easily traced back to my bank account.


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Re: Bitcoin Mixers
« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2017, 12:44:50 AM »
What are you trying to do with your coins and where did they originate? How tied to the trail when it comes to personal details are you to the btc address where you hold your coins??

Yes, it could be unnecessary step, but I don't want to take any unnecessary risks.. one cannot overdo it when it comes to covering the tracks.

I buy them on local bitcoins using bank transfer, then send them to electrum in tails, tumble to another electrum wallet, and then to market. Without tumbling, I guess it could be easily traced back to my bank account.

Yes you certainly need to tumble if you are some what connected to the transfer with a bank transfer. Being paranoid as possible in this line of biz always pays off.....

What bitcoin mixer are you using?

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Re: Bitcoin Mixers
« Reply #5 on: December 14, 2017, 01:00:58 AM »
If mixers are effective at what they do, can you skip all the mid-points, and just go: wherever you by coins - mixer - market? One could see you've thrown coins in the mixer, but that's where the trail ends, right? Or is that traceable, or stupid for any other reason?

The problem isn't going to be what's traceable today -- rather, it's going to be what is traceable in 5-10 years time. Remember, that whatever goes on the blockchain is there FOREVER.

Now, there are new technologies in the pipeline that will seriously ramp-up security and privacy. BTC Blender is one such technology -- it is just beginning to be fielded. Essentially, btcblender soon will allow two parties to swap coins, without any of the parties involved (including the mixer operator) knowing the identities of those involved. Moreover, the system will be trustless there will be cryptographically-enforced guarantees -- no mixer operator or other party will be able to make off with your coins. Complete anonymity.

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Re: Bitcoin Mixers
« Reply #6 on: April 09, 2018, 06:22:34 PM »
As usual, Zaphod makes an excellent point, but for now, it will be seen that you sent it to a mixer, and there the trail ends.. There's also a lower chance of them even bothering to follow a personal amount user's bitcoin trail.

I recall back when one of the first mixer sites- bitcoin fog, had several thousand stolen, and caused many to stop mixing their coins, a point was made against mixing that you could be getting coins back that belonged to some CP asshole.

I like the convert to Monero then back to ฿ idea. Makes the most sense.
Unless of course they seize the site doing the conversion, but that's a stretch.

I'm going to try that Monero thing. Thanks Luci~! :D

You all know that ฿ passed the $17,000 USD mark last night? Came within $150 of $18,000!

I had $280 in a small ฿ wallet a week ago, and last night it was up to $383!

So keep your eye on the ball. It could go off the cliff at any moment!

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Re: Bitcoin Mixers
« Reply #7 on: April 15, 2019, 08:09:10 PM »
bitcoin mixers like bitblender.com or helix