The random number generators that generate private keys should follow a uniform distribution as this is the distribution that maximizes entropy.
As the private keys that are used are not known we can't measure if the keys in use have been statistically speaking distributed uniformly.
Yes, but not for the reason you think.
You don't start with the public keys or their hashes, argue that they should be uniform, and that then implies private keys must be uniform too.
It's the other way around: private keys are uniform because the algorithm to generate a private key is literally "pick a uniformly random number in this range". The fact that ...
Wasabi Wallet is usable right now.
"When will it be ready for mainstream use" is a question of opinion / service availability, and those are off-topic here. See the help centre for more info.
And who is validating the transactions in the wasabi wallet ? Is it a SPV concept or full node, or centralized, owned by wasabi company servers?
The Wasabi server ...
Largely, this question boils down to one thing: does the wallet software let you control the private keys for your coins? Or not?
If the wallet does not let you control your own keys (ie a custodial wallet), then it is up to the custodian to craft and publish your transactions. Obviously, this gives the custodian ability to censor your transactions at will.
Would the primary/main owner of the Private Key be able to figure out what has happened to his/her money .
Yes, the wallet would show a transaction that spent/moved the coins
find the real name of the person who stole it?
Most likely not, unless using some kind of tracing service (Chainalysis, CipherTrace, Coinfirm)
Can the primary owner open a ...