Questions tagged [mixing]

To mix potentially identifiable or "tainted" cryptocurrency funds with others, so as to obscure the trail back to the fund's original source.

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Mixing Unequal Inputs

Let's say have 3 inputs (alice, bob, satoshi): 0.3, 1.3, 1.6. We can mix these inputs for example like this: 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.1, 0.1. Or like this: 1.3, 1.3, 0.3, 0....
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Blockchain.info Shared Send

Can anyone comment on the trustworthiness of blockchain.info's mixing service (shared send). Also would it be possible for things to go wrong internally resulting in my loss?
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Method to measure “distance” between 2 transaction id's

Is there a blockchain tool/code that takes two BTC transaction ID's and determines a distance between them. It's 2017 and Bitcoin Privacy (aka trying to walk around in the public without a sign over ...
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Proper use of mixing service

Everybody knows that bitcoin blenders anonymize your coins but shouldn't you follow some precautions for your mixing to be effective? I suppose that mixer is fair (it won't steal your money and does ...
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mixing coins, destination address

If you're mixing coins to increase your anonymity set does it make have an effect if the destination address is generated with the same private key as the address used to send them out? Should you ...
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bitmixer.io usage

I am somewhat confused by the bitmixer.io site. I can enter the Adress, where I want to send bitcoins to, but I have no idea how to go from there. How can I send bitcoins into the service? Can anyone ...
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Are there any blockchain's that has a built in tumbler or coin shuffling technology built into their code?

I know dash has some kind of mixing technology in their blockchain using their master nodes, but are there any other blockchains that has a built in coinjoin or coin shuffling technology built into ...
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Mixer transactions decoding

Did anyone implement the algorithm from this paper Shared Send Untangling in Bitcoin I would be interested in seeing it in action.