- Download Torr web browser took kit
- get onto internet via Torr
- Via torr, open a new hushmail account, lets call this hush1, use random name info.
- use that new email to open a new wallet at blockchain.info
- Log back onto hushmail and create a second hushmail account, call this hush 2, use random info to create this account as well.
- Use that to create a second blockchain.info wallet
- using the wallets at blockchain info is a problem due to email verification of attempts to log in, if you have time use a Yubikey as second verification. If you don't have time then just use the email verification of each log in attempt.
- Empty your wallet from mt gox into Hush1,
- pay the fee to mix and send to Hush 2
- Pay the fee again, and mix and send to bob.
Draw this on a peice of paper to see it and understand the flow.
There would be little or no way to tell for sure anything except that you got rid of your bitcoins. There would be no way to tell who ended up with them, or even tell that you own the account called hush2.
bob is in the clear, if he created his wallet anonymously like a paper wallet from bitaddress.org then he is totally clean. You however have to understand that someone (mt gox) knows you had some bitcoins and that you sent them off into the world.
You could also use the hush2 account to open an account at BTC-E and trade your bitcoins almost totally anonymously. ( I have checked this out, and it seems possible, they don't have much in the way of verification of identity, but they will log your IP address ( torr takes care of this) and they will know your contact info like email, (Hushmail takes care of this)
The Yubikey is a good tool to use for second verification, I have one on order to try this set up, but have not done it yet.
YOU ALSO MUST PRINT OUT A PAPER COPY OF YOUR WALLET FROM YOUR ACCOUNTS, JUST AS A BACKUP, BUT NOW YOU HAVE TO HIDE THAT PAPER, AND NOT SOMEWHERE OBVIOUS LIKE YOUR SAFE.
You can keep it pretty safe, if you are willing to try.
There doesn't need to be a bob, you can just clean your coins to yourself this way. you end up with clean coins in an anonymous account.
Mt Gox is the weak link, they are the ones in this senario that need your info.
(torr hides who you are, and your IP)
(hushmail gains you access to open accounts via anonymous email)
(remember not to pay for your hushmail accounts, use the free service so they can't track who you are through you payment for a premium service)
by using Torr to create anonymous emial addresses, then using those emails to create anonymous wallets, then using the mix features at blockchain.info, you have pretty well covered your tracks.
is it alot of work?? yes.
is it actually better than pretending you threw away 7 million dollars worth of bitcoins on a hard drive at the landfill??? certainly.
what % of "stolen" bitcoins are not really stolen??? sounds to me like you can avoid some taxes pretty easy by claiming you lost your coins, then someday just take a vacation somewhere sunny and show up and claim your wallet and never come back. 7 million would be a pretty long vacation.