I have an account with LocalBitcoin, that I use to ONLY fund my backpage account. However, this account is on the clearnet, is linked to my email address and bank account, and has been used without any privacy/protection layer whatsoever. I live in a place that do not seems to have any option for cash payment to get bitcoins, that's why I used my bank account to fund it and didn't consider protecting it when I first used it.
Well, now I would like to purchase something with bitcoins, but I do not want this transaction to be linked in any way to my LocalBitcoin account (and all personal information).
My questions are:
If I cannot fund an account by cash payment, can I create another account from a different website, to which I would be safely sending bitcoins from my LocalBitcoin account?
Does this allow me a certain layer of security/privacy considering that this new account would be created with a different identity, and dedicated only to usage with TOR browser?
Does Bitcoin transfer the bitcoins from normal web to TOR Network securely in any way?
Thanks a lot
(I'm really sorry if I do not use the right terms, im not a pro in these languages)