Crypto Mixer - defender of your crypto coins

Complete anonymity today is a rare thing. To have it one ought to works very well on this. Bitcoin itself, conceptually, like most other cryptocurrencies, does not guarantee anonymity at all. Today, cryptocurrencies are not the same as they were before when it was possible to exchange them through exchanges without any KYC / AML verification. Now there are a lot of analytic companies and units, and this greatly affects the anonymity and privacy of users. Passing the KYC procedure, users thereby mark their wallets and therefore identify themselves.

To keep your Bitcoin privacy and anonymity in safety, first, you need to understand that absolutely all transactions are visible on the blockchain, connecting all the addresses that have ever been used, so just sending coins to new wallets does not solve the problem.

The moments of buying and selling both the cryptocurrency and the goods for digital coins are the most vulnerable that leave transaction traces. These are the most likely points where one can identify the crypto coin holder. When crypto cashing takes place, wallet owners are easily identified, since most often in these situations the user is forced to leave his data, and also, it is possible to track the route of the goods delivery.

f you use a standard Bitcoin wallet with default settings, then all the nodes of the blockchain will know your IP address. When making a transaction, the nodes through which the transaction enters the network can establish a correspondence between your IP and the address of your wallet. If such a node was created intentionally, then you can compare this data with the one presented by the providers, namely the IP of the user, and then establish the identity of the crypto wallet holder and follow the money transfer chain. Balances become open to prying eyes.

You can hide anything since finances are usually attributed to the personal space of a person. Cryptocurrency is good because transaction information does not remain in the databases of banks and other organizations. But anyone can track where and for what you spent your money on. As you understand, this is usually done not out of idle curiosity, but to cause you any harm for their purposes.

What can protect Bitcoin anonymity?

1. First of all, use a secure Tor network, hide your IP using a VPN and connect to the Internet via public Wi-Fi networks. This won't hide the traces of transactions, but at least prevent the determination of your physical location.

2. To buy crypto use e-currency wallets, which can be registered using an anonymous phone number. This is a very effective way, but remember that a mobile phone number can be easily tracked, and such virtual wallets usually have very limited withdrawal amounts available for unidentified users.

3. Create a new address for each new transaction, but this does not guarantee anything, since coins must be taken from somewhere in the new wallet. They must either be from another Bitcoin wallet, which already makes it possible to trace the ownership of coins, or purchased through an exchanger, which usually requires your data or your bank card identification information.

4. You can use popular mixing services, which accept cryptocurrency from several addresses and send them to several other wallets in one transfer, in which both the recipients and senders are known, but it is not known which of them, to whom, and what amount was transferred. Several levels of mix Bitcoin to protect privacy provide sufficient anonymity.