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Could somebody be traced in a situation like this?

I'm fairly new to bitcoins and wanted to know if somebody could be traced easily in a situation like this: Somebody buys btc with his/her own name Btc are sent to an address, an offline wallet, ...
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BitLaunder's mixer vs “major exchanges” mixer

BitLaunder (seemingly created by syadasti) writes: Secure Launder renders your bitcoins completely untraceable, even to the most persistent forensic investigator. You deposit bitcoins into ...
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Running Armory through Tor

I'm trying to set up Armory with Tor by directing all Armory communications to port 9150 which is the one that I have been told my Tor browser uses. Before I start Armory or the Tor Browser, I ...
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blockchain.info api for tor hidden services

I would like to use blockchain.info "recieve payment" api for my hidden service, but would like opinion on the following considerations: Will it be possible to use blockchain.info api for hidden ...
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TorBrowser + HTTPSEverywhere Blockchain.info wallet safe?

I seem to find conflicting information regarding the possibility of a TOR exit node stealing my data even while using HTTPS. How possible/likely is this? Let's assume user implements strong security ...
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How can using Bitcoin with Tor improve privacy?

As far as I understand Bitcoin, user privacy and anonymity are hard to guarantee in the presence of multi-input transactions and shadow addresses. Some sites suggest using Tor to hide the source of a ...
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How can I process bitcoin payments from a hidden service on Tor?

I had a very simple question for which I seem unable to find an answer. I want to set up a Tor hidden service and on it allow Bitcoin transactions. How can I make this happen? The server would be ...
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Can Multibit be set to use a SOCKS proxy on OSX?

I'd like to route my multibit traffic through TOR, but have been unsuccessful finding out if it's possible. It's certainly not in the GUI settings on OSX.
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Sending Bitcoins through Tor versus sending them through VPN

I bought a VPN subscription using Tor and Bitcoins. The commercial VPN service provider does not know who I am. Below are my questions: Could someone tell me whether sending Bitcoins through Tor ...
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Installed bitcoin-qt and Tor, allowed firewall, Tor connects, but Bitcoin doesn't

I did these things but Bitcoin still says 0 connections. What's the problem? Windows 7 32bit. Installed bitcoin-qt Installed Tor Browser bundle I allowed all local outbound connections in my firwall ...
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Running a Bitcoin client with tor with a Debian based Linux OS

I've received a question asking how to setup a Bitcoin client using Tor on a Debian based Linux system. Could someone provide a rough overview and perhaps a link to a tutorial?
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Is it safe to connect multiple alternative crypto currency clients to the same TOR socks port?

Or should I create multiple TOR socks ports and use one for each client? I plan on running bitcoind, namecoind, litecoind, etc... all on the same ubuntu machine running under different users but all ...
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How to make a Hidden Tor Bitcoin Mixing Service?

Bitcoiners. I have been trying to seek out a legit Bitcoin Mixing service, and I just don't feel secure by putting my coins in their hands. I have scoured the internet trying to find a tutorial on how ...
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Have there been case studies of how anonymous bitcoins are?

The blockchain has a lot of information about all bitcoin transactions. I've heard a lot of conjecture about how anonymous bitcoins transactions are, but I haven't seen a scientific study. Are there ...
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How do I register a .bit domain name with Namecoin?

I have several namecoins and would like to register a name. That name could either be for TOR, DNS, or any other purpose. What are the steps needed to spend these coins?
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Running a store through Tor - what are the setup options available?

I am required to setup a store that will operate through Tor and accept Bitcoin payments only. I know I can run the standard client on the server and make it connect to peers only through Tor. ...
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Can a Bitcoin server have a .onion ToR address?

Is it possible for a Bitcoin server to have a .onion ToR address? If so, are there any in existence today? (Note: this is an alternative to hiding addresses via the Azure Service Bus)
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How do I pay for something anonymously from the UK using bitcoins?

I've seen the following guide but it's no good as I can't use bitinstant from the UK. Can someone recommend an alternative? Step 1. Download and install TOR Step 2. While using TOR create a Tormail ...
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Pool mining through the TOR network?

Is it possible to mine Bitcoins at a pool through the TOR network? If so, how would one configure the appropriate tools?
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Which exchanges are Tor-friendly?

Mt. Gox's sign-up page states: Please be advised that accessing your account via the Tor network and/or public proxies may result in a temporary suspension of your account, and having to ...
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What are the limitations of a Client connecting to the Network through TOR?

I've recently been reading the Weaknesses Wiki page on "Attack on all users" and I came upon this statement: The IP addresses of most users are totally public. You can use Tor to hide this, but ...