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rEvolution Reddit

We are an activist hivemind based on the principles of **equality, freedom and democracy**. Fighting for the [free flow of information](https://youtu.be/iY57ErBkFFE), we will operate as a free and open subreddit.
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Surprise, surprise: Bitcoin anonymizing services are easily de-anonymizable

Surprise, surprise: Bitcoin anonymizing services are easily de-anonymizable submitted by Dared00 to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

BitMixr: The Bitcoin Anonymizing Service

BitMixr: The Bitcoin Anonymizing Service submitted by EvilGeniusAtSmall to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What is the legality of using bitcoin anonymization services in Singapore? /r/Bitcoin

What is the legality of using bitcoin anonymization services in Singapore? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Is bitcoin anonymization services illegal in Singapore? /r/Bitcoin

Is bitcoin anonymization services illegal in Singapore? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

💡| Thanks to Bitcoin Cash fast, cheap, reliable transactions and advanced tech a platform like local.btcoin.com provides a non-custodial financial service where you can trade BCH and all types of items anonymously with anyone from anywhere.♻

💡| Thanks to Bitcoin Cash fast, cheap, reliable transactions and advanced tech a platform like local.btcoin.com provides a non-custodial financial service where you can trade BCH and all types of items anonymously with anyone from anywhere.♻ submitted by ojjordan78 to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

Is it too late to trust? (A discussion on "helping Bitcoin")

Almost a decade of existence.
Saturation of the idea is worldwide.
I feel like we have to increase our scrutiny for services offering to "help" "provide security" or "improve Bitcoin"
There are a lot of groups with varying levels of interest that would benefit from "helping"
It seems there is a new "Bitcoin" anonymity service or "Better Wallet!" every other day now.
I have a difficult time pruning legit from fake, and I've been here since 2010.
Can newcomers really deal with the garbage dump of bad advice and fraud services?
Even after the events of last year, the primary Bitcoin fork has come under scrutiny and varying forms of social attacks.
Sometimes, I feel like I need to learn the source code, just to be able to double check and trust it, myself.
Is there a legitimate and reliable way to test or check the validity of new "Bitcoin" information? Who is ensuring what's trustworthy? Can we share and discuss methods and resources for making sure something is safe? (Can this ever really be done enough? I feel like Bitcoin safety tips are necessary every day.)
By this point, there must be ongoing corporate and government attempts to manipulate. It's too much value, to not be involved.
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JUMBLR snapshot happening in a few days. Why you may want some and how to get it.

JUMBLR is a new Bitcoin anonymity service that makes Bitcoin untraceable and doesn't involve any third parties unlike other mixers or tumbler services. You send Bitcoin to JUMBLR and it atomic swaps to Komodo, Komodo turns into z address type, then atomic swap back to Bitcoin. You can read more how it work in the second half of this article.
The JUMBLR service charges a 0.3% fee and all fees go to JUMBLR asset holder. So you will get dividends from the fees in perpetuity if you hold JUMBLR asset on top of DEX's revshare (another kind of dividend).
SuperNet is going to give away 5% of JUMBLR asset to all Komodo holders in a few days. There's still time to get a par piece of this sharedrop!
To get the sharedrop, you need to hold Komodo in Agama wallet. Because it takes some time to sync the wallet, it's safer to get everything ready before the snapshot date. Here are tutorials on how to install Agama wallet for Windows and Mac users.
If you need any help, you can join Komodo's Slack channel. The devs there are very active as helpful.
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FBI uses blockchain analysis to deanonymize BitcoinFog.com and LocalBitcoins.com; catches Darknet Market scammer (details and links inside)

As reported yesterday in this sub, the FBI and Department of Justice arrested Michael Richo on October 5th for running a darknet market scam in which he would create copies of DNM's, create new onions sites, and then capture the username/passwords from unsuspecting users and steal their bitcoin in the real market.
Yesterday, PACER did not have a case in the system tied to him. However, I checked this morning and found that it has been uploaded and unsealed. The criminal complaint does not discuss how the FBI was initially tipped off to Richo's activities, however, based on previous statements by the DoJ - blockchain analysis seems likely. They've made it no secret they intend to go after darknet fraudsters like Richo using blockchain analysis.
What's significant though is that the criminal complaint mentions his use of two bitcoin "anonymizing" services: bitcoinfog.com and localbitcoins.com. You can read the pertinent paragraph here.
Details are scarce on exactly how the FBI was able to determine Richo used bitcoinfog. I suspect these details will come out during the trial or after discovery. However, there's no doubt the FBI was able to tie his activities to the site.
Of other interest is Richo's use of localbitcoins.com. The FBI either requested or served a warrant for transactions completed on the site and then matched incoming and outgoing deposit amounts to his personal bank accounts. As you can read in the complaint, he used prepaid cards, Western Union and Money Gram to move his money around. Paragraphs in the complaint are here and here
I have downloaded the unsealed criminal complaint and shared it here for all to read.
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The rise of the Bitcoin mixing service has been attributed by the demand of privacy and anonymity in Bitcoin transactions amid the growing government surveillance in 2020

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Hey everyone! I've just launched a new service called PlasmaVPN! PlasmaVPN is a completely anonymous VPN service. Sign-up via Tor and pay with cryptocurrency! Bitcoin Cash is accepted and preferred!

Hey everyone! I've just launched a new service called PlasmaVPN! PlasmaVPN is a completely anonymous VPN service. Sign-up via Tor and pay with cryptocurrency! Bitcoin Cash is accepted and preferred! submitted by _pokkst to btc [link] [comments]

FBI deanonymizes Localbitcoins.com and Bitcoinfog.com to catch darknet fraudster

As reported yesterday in this sub, the FBI and Department of Justice arrested Michael Richo on October 5th for running a darknet market scam in which he would create copies of DNM's, create new onions sites, and then capture the username/passwords from unsuspecting users and steal their bitcoin in the real market.
Yesterday, PACER did not have a case in the system tied to him. However, I checked this morning and found that it has been uploaded and unsealed. The criminal complaint does not discuss how the FBI was initially tipped off to Richo's activities, however, based on previous statements by the DoJ - blockchain analysis seems likely. They've made it no secret they intend to go after darknet fraudsters like Richo using blockchain analysis.
What's significant though is that the criminal complaint mentions his use of two bitcoin "anonymizing" services: bitcoinfog.com and localbitcoins.com. You can read the pertinent paragraph here.
Details are scarce on exactly how the FBI was able to determine Richo used bitcoinfog. I suspect these details will come out during the trial or after discovery. However, there's no doubt the FBI was able to tie his activities to the site.
Of other interest is Richo's use of localbitcoins.com. The FBI either requested or served a warrant for transactions completed on the site and then matched incoming and outgoing deposit amounts to his personal bank accounts. As you can read in the complaint, he used prepaid cards, Western Union and Money Gram to move his money around. Paragraphs in the complaint are here and here
I have downloaded the unsealed criminal complaint and shared it here for all to read.
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the corner bitcoin guy?

So there's a guy on Black Market: Dispatches, Dark Web, who takes cash from people, and on his phone transfers bitcoin into people's accounts, while taking a 15 % cut. All this in an effort to add another degree of anonymity for his customers who you would assume are planning to use the bitcoin for nefarious reasons. This episode was filmed just about a year ago. So is this happening in larger cities, the emergence of the street corner bitcoin guy? Or did I just see places on the net already offering bitcoin anonymization services that do the same thing for much cheaper?
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Hey everyone! I've just launched a new service called PlasmaVPN! PlasmaVPN is a completely anonymous VPN service. Sign-up via Tor and pay with cryptocurrency! Bitcoin Cash is accepted and preferred!

Hey everyone! I've just launched a new service called PlasmaVPN! PlasmaVPN is a completely anonymous VPN service. Sign-up via Tor and pay with cryptocurrency! Bitcoin Cash is accepted and preferred! submitted by _pokkst to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

TorGuard (anonymous VPN, proxy and email services) now accepts mainnet Lightning Network BTC payments. Ask support for details! #bitcoin #lightning

TorGuard (anonymous VPN, proxy and email services) now accepts mainnet Lightning Network BTC payments. Ask support for details! #bitcoin #lightning submitted by TheGreatMuffin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

the corner bitcoin guy?

So there's a guy on Black Market: Dispatches, Dark Web, who takes cash from people, and on his phone transfers bitcoin into people's accounts, while taking a 15 % cut. All this in an effort to add another degree of anonymity for his customers who you would assume are planning to use the bitcoin for nefarious reasons. This episode was filmed just about a year ago. So is this happening in larger cities, the emergence of the street corner bitcoin guy? Or did I just see places on the net already offering bitcoin anonymization services that do the same thing for much cheaper?
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the corner bitcoin guy?

So there's a guy on Black Market: Dispatches, Dark Web, who takes cash from people, and on his phone transfers bitcoin into people's accounts, while taking a 15 % cut. All this in an effort to add another degree of anonymity for his customers who you would assume are planning to use the bitcoin for nefarious reasons. This episode was filmed just about a year ago. So is this happening in larger cities, the emergence of the street corner bitcoin guy? Or did I just see places on the net already offering bitcoin anonymization services that do the same thing for much cheaper?
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the corner bitcoin guy?

So there's a guy on Black Market: Dispatches, Dark Web, who takes cash from people, and on his phone transfers bitcoin into people's accounts, while taking a 15 % cut. All this in an effort to add another degree of anonymity for his customers who you would assume are planning to use the bitcoin for nefarious reasons. This episode was filmed just about a year ago. So is this happening in larger cities, the emergence of the street corner bitcoin guy? Or did I just see places on the net already offering bitcoin anonymization services that do the same thing for much cheaper?
submitted by deezn9 to BitcoinBayArea [link] [comments]

the corner bitcoin guy?

So there's a guy on Black Market Dispatches: Dark Web, who takes cash from people and on his phone transfers bitcoin into people's accounts, while taking a 15 % cut. All this in an effort to add another degree of anonymity for his customers who you would assume are planning to use the bitcoin for nefarious reasons. This episode was filmed just about a year ago. So is this happening in larger cities, the emergence of the street corner bitcoin guy? Or did I just see places on the net already offering bitcoin anonymization services that do the same thing for much cheaper?
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Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the ano

Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the ano
Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the anonymity that some deeply desire. Using a service known as a bitcoin blender is the very best way to transact with bitcoin and still remain completely anonymous. If one is concerned about revealing their personal identity then a bitcoin blender service is the very best way to continue transacting bitcoin while keeping a personal identity on a private lock down.
Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the anonymity that some deeply desire. Using a service known as a bitcoin blender is the very best way to transact with bitcoin and still remain completely anonymous. If one is concerned about revealing their personal identity then a bitcoin blender service is the very best way to continue transacting bitcoin while keeping a personal identity on a private lock down.
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Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the ano

Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the ano
Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the anonymity that some deeply desire. Using a service known as a bitcoin blender is the very best way to transact with bitcoin and still remain completely anonymous. If one is concerned about revealing their personal identity then a bitcoin blender service is the very best way to continue transacting bitcoin while keeping a personal identity on a private lock down.
Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the anonymity that some deeply desire. Using a service known as a bitcoin blender is the very best way to transact with bitcoin and still remain completely anonymous. If one is concerned about revealing their personal identity then a bitcoin blender service is the very best way to continue transacting bitcoin while keeping a personal identity on a private lock down.
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Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the ano

Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the ano
Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the anonymity that some deeply desire. Using a service known as a bitcoin blender is the very best way to transact with bitcoin and still remain completely anonymous. If one is concerned about revealing their personal identity then a bitcoin blender service is the very best way to continue transacting bitcoin while keeping a personal identity on a private lock down.
Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the anonymity that some deeply desire. Using a service known as a bitcoin blender is the very best way to transact with bitcoin and still remain completely anonymous. If one is concerned about revealing their personal identity then a bitcoin blender service is the very best way to continue transacting bitcoin while keeping a personal identity on a private lock down.
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Bitcoin Q&A: Anonymity and confidential transactions Bitcoin Basics Podcast - Is Bitcoin private or anonymous? (018) Bitcoin Q&A: Mixing services - YouTube How To Mine 1 Bitcoin in 10 Minutes - Blockchain BTC Miner ... 6 Ways To Keep Your Bitcoin Cash Transactions Anonymous

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Bitcoin Q&A: Anonymity and confidential transactions

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