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Newbie Section / Re: Experience with btc blender?
« on: March 28, 2019, 06:45:31 AM »
Always works great for us

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We thought that the bitpay atm withdraw hold was temporary but it appears not. I've heard of a few alternate solutions for cashing out BTC but wondEring what you guys are using these days?

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I used this service to mix a hot wallet and exchange it out for monero. Everything went smoothly. Do you plan on adding any additional deposit methods beyond BTC / BCH? I've got a ton of monero I'd love to use with your service. :)

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BitBlender Bitcoin Mixer / Re: Bitblender Official Bitcoin Mixer
« on: April 09, 2018, 10:37:23 PM »
I've been using bitblender for at least a year now.
Never had any issues, great service  :)

And I'm usually pretty lucky with the fees.
 8)

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Security / Re: Tails live cd boot vs tails live flash boot
« on: April 04, 2018, 10:19:22 PM »
The Tails live boot may have it's uses in the field and on the hop due to it's amnesiac tendencies, but if you want to use Tails for safe encrypted storage or enjoy any functionality of Tails, you'll have to format a usb drive.

Once you have correctly formatted your usb you will be able to create a persistent but hidden file for you to work from. Tails is a great OS, it has it's place I am just not certain that dwms or forum use was the intention for the tool in that it may be overkill. In keeping it simple I would set myself up behind a linux os, ( mint is good.) Then VPN + Tor etc

Always use a VPN in the case of Tails you must have the vpn through your router. 

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General Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Mixers
« 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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Marketplace Discussion / Open Bazaar 2 Official URL
« on: February 09, 2018, 10:37:23 PM »
Just to let peeps know OB2 is up & running. Very basic right now, but is promising.

Best to install Whonix (clearnet)
https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@gousasin/how-to-install-and-use-openbazaar-2-anonymously-over-tor-inside-whonix-workstation

Use Blockbooth for uncensored searches : http://vnjzhvm5gkctyldn.onion/search

My UK shop for cannabis only: ob://QmZsYF48LMT1ZQvwoaqVryGN6fJfJQtCbFTvGxKVETU13c/store

Enjoy :)

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General Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Mixers
« 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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Newbie Section / Re: Grams Darkweb Search Engine
« on: April 09, 2018, 06:12:45 PM »
Yeah, Grams tried really hard to do a great service.  :'(

That went afoul when markets didn't want their crawlers indexing their vendors do to possible flaw in hidden service allowing a crawler through the market.
It crossed contaminated pretty much anyone using Windows and Tor on the same machine.

Helix has always been questionable.

Admin has been M.I.A. for a hot minute and their fee's to join have never changed since BTC was worth $400
I believe their memberships are still, .1 BTC

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