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Happy new year

Happy New Year MMXXIII! May your Bitcoin transactions always be private and secure.

Disclaimer: This article does not serve as a piece of financial advice or encouragement and inducement for the usage of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Its primary role is informative, explanatory, and educational. The readers have to decide themselves whether to use or not to use these types of services.

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9 days ago · 5 min read

CoinJoin protocol

We all know that Bitcoin transactions are pseudonymous, meaning that even though they don't directly reveal the real-world identities, they still leave a trail that can potentially be traced back to the users. This fragility of privacy poses significant risks, as once compromised, it can be difficult, sometimes very costly, or even impossible to recover. Let's find out more about CoinJoin, a privacy protocol designed to eliminate these privacy concerns.

22 days ago · 4 min read

Crypto mixer for everyday users

Imagine you're walking down a crowded street, and every step you take is being recorded. Every conversation you have, every move you make is recorded and later analyzed. It's like living in a fishbowl, where your every action is on display for anyone with the right tools to see. That's the reality for everyday crypto users on heavily monitored blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

1 month ago · 5 min read

Chainalysis and Bitcoin mixers

What are the risks associated with the use of Chainalysis tools in legal proceedings? Despite the purported effectiveness of Chainalysis tools, the lack of scientific validation, the opacity of the methodologies, and the erosion of financial privacy and legal rights are very significant concerns. Bitcoin mixers, particularly in obscuring transaction histories through protocols such as CoinJoin, highlight the limitations of Chainalysis' tracing capabilities.

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