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Title: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on January 28, 2014, 01:58:01 PM
Bitcoin Blender is an anonymous bitcoin mixing service set up to help people stay anonymous (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Anonymity#Helping_other_people_stay_anonymous), it’s used to mix your bitcoins with other users to break the track to the bitcoins original source.
Bitcoin Blender will receive your bitcoins and then send other bitcoins to a address you specify.

The site is only available as a Tor Hidden Service, so to access the Bitcoin Blender site you must use Tor.

Recommended is to use the Tor Browser Bundle (https://www.torproject.org/download/download-easy.html.en) or Tails (https://tails.boum.org/) and then go to:
http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/ (http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/)

Minimum withdraw is 0.01 BTC and the service fee is randomized between 1% and 3% on deposit.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on February 03, 2014, 04:51:16 AM
Posting my PGP key here

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Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on February 07, 2014, 12:18:31 PM
Just added a new feature on the site!

There is a new button on the Withdrawal page to test send bitcoins.
What it will do is go through and selecting what coins to send just like when normally withdrawing bitcoins but instead of sending any it will return with an answer if there are enough coins in the mixer to send clean coins to you or not.

If there aren't enough clean coins in the mixer when testing you can leave them in the wallet and let them mix with other users coins for a while. Depending on how much coins is going through the mixer at the time and how much you are trying to mix this can vary in time.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on March 21, 2014, 04:24:41 PM
Decided to write a FAQ and a manual describing the features of this bitcoin mixer. Will keep this post updated

### Frequently asked questions ###

How do I use Bitcoin Blender?

1. Register account.
2. Deposit coins to your deposit address.
3. Wait ~20-30 minutes for 3 confirms.
4. Go to Withdraw page.
5. Enter address, amount and click on "Send bitcoins".
You will now receive other coins than you originally deposited, with no link to your old coins.

If you want to stay a little more stealth you can spread your deposits to more addresses and then wait a day and then make your withdraws.

I sent coins to my deposit address but they never show up, where are they?
Take the address you sent the bitcoins to (hopefully your deposit address on Blender?) and go to https://blockchain.info and check the address there.
If they don't show there, you have not sent them. If you are not getting any confirmations this is probably because you did not include the miners fee when sending.

I withdrew coins from Bitcoin Blender but some are missing/they did not arrive, where are they?
Take the address you withdrew your coins to and go to https://blockchain.info and check the transactions.
If they show there then the problem is not on Bitcoin Blender. If you sent it to another web service it can take time for them to add the coins to your balance.



### Depositing ###
After registering you get one deposit address, you can get up to a total of five addresses by clicking on the "Get new deposit address" button.

After you have deposited coins to an address you can delete it by clicking on the grey X next to the address, you can then get another one again by clicking on "Get new deposit address".

When sending coins to any of your deposit addresses you will immediately see them as "Unconfirmed" on the site, after three confirms the coins will be added to your balance.
A random fee between 1 and 3% is taken upon time of deposit.



### Withdrawing ###
When navigating to the Withdraw page you will see a message at the top saying if there are enough coins in the mixer to be able to send you other coins than the ones you have deposited.
Bitcoin Blender keeps track of all your old deposited coins until they have completely left the mixer, this is to be able to do the above check and be sure to not ever send you the same coins.

If the message says that there is not enough coins in the mixer you should use the Test Send function.

1. Enter a lower amount of Bitcoins in the Amount field.
2. Click the Test Send button.
3. Read the status message.

If it says that you can send it, then enter the address and amount again and click the "Send bitcoins" button.



### Automatic Withdrawing ###
Another feature on Bitcoin Blender is Automatic Withdrawing.

1. Enter a bitcoin address in the "Activate Automatic Withdrawal to this address" field
2. Click the "Turn on automatic withdrawing" button.
3. Deposit coins to your account
4. All coins on your account will be sent to the address specified

From now on (until you turn it off) when you deposit coins to your account all your coins will automatically be sent to the address entered as the Automatic Withdawal address.
Automatic Withdrawal uses the Test Send function and will not withdraw any coins if there are not enough coins in the mixer to send you other coins than the ones you have deposited.
It will keep checking the mixer and as soon as there are enough to safely send you coins it will do it.

If your coins are stuck at this place and you want to withdraw them anyways even though it will mean that you will get parts of your own coins back
you can turn off the Automatic Withdrawal feature by clicking on the "Turn off automatic withdrawing" button.
This will turn it off and at the same time it will send any pending transactions done by Automatic Withdrawal.

After you have made your first withdrawals you will see a history of withdraws at the bottom of the page.
There is also a button to delete your transaction history, clicking on "Delete transaction history" will delete it from the database, but the log files are still there for a while.



### Logs and Backup ###
Log files are deleted by a cronjob every night and it automatically deletes all logs older than 10 days: "find /var/log/* -mtime +10 -delete"

Backup of database and wallet are taken every hour and put in a Truecrypt container and copied to another server with redundant disks.



//Bitblender


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on March 24, 2014, 06:59:04 PM
Reset Password feature added. If you add a Bitmessage address on your profile page on Bitcoin Blender you can reset your password if you forget it.
It will generate a new password and send it to your Bitmessage address.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Hippiechick on March 27, 2014, 07:10:48 PM
I've used Bitcoin Blender about 6 times, and it's a fast, reliable, and trustworthy service! I ran a taint analysis on 2 of my transactions, and Bitcoin Blender successfully severed the link between my sending address and my destination address--so it does what it's supposed to do too!  :)  

When blockchain.info did away with Shared Send, I was totally lost. There's always the fog, but the reviews have been very bad lately, and I cannot STAND to wait 3 days to tumble my coins. I'm just thrilled to have found Bitcoin Blender!! I finally have an option that's totally safe, user friendly, trustworthy, and works in about 20 minutes. Thank you, blender, for creating such a great service!!  8)

Peace,
~Hippiechick



Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: UberNifty on March 31, 2014, 12:59:12 AM
Will be keeping an eye to hear from other users who've been here a lot longer. Right now, I've no particular use for such a service, but worth bookmarking.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on April 24, 2014, 07:36:48 AM
Unfortunately I need a small downtime today, downtime will start in 2 hours and will last for maybe an hour.

Edit: Its back online.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: keithpearson on July 31, 2014, 01:39:08 AM
Hello everyone,

Just wanted to give a little feedback on a service I have been using continuously over the last 3 weeks: Bitcoinblender.

I used to receive my coins in my electrum wallet on the pc from various sources, the withdraw it to whatever I withdraw it to :). Purely traceable if you checked block chain. I no longer receive bitcoins on my pc, I just use the blender wallet as the main receiving btc account. Here's some insight from my own blender account: You have deposited 2.84753152 BTC in the last 7 days.

The service basically takes a random fee between 1% and 3% when you deposit and once it's confirmed what you see in your account is what you get when you withdraw.

I have noticed that the owner of the site had been doing alot of improvements in terms of features since I have first used this service and I am glad I brought my contribution (in fees) to help the project get better. I feel like I have helped it. I have signed up here specifically to give some feedback on this service so don't mind if I am new here (not associated with blender in anyway, just as a user of the service), will no longer be posting again, I just want to tell everyone that it really works and it's a shame blender is not so popular.

Receving "dirty" btc in a fixed wallet is just plain stupid. Get it to a mixer and withdraw other coins. Better safe than sorry. So everyone interested but still hesitating, give this a try. You are helping me as well: MORE COINS IN BLENDER, MORE COINS TO GET MIXED. Give this a try, as the creator said, start with low amounts at first if you feel uneasy.

Good luck to anyone willing to try it! Please post feedback here once you start using it ..


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: ohmydays on October 20, 2014, 08:42:22 PM
have used this site numerous times with no problems.... until today, can't get on to the site at all, any news Blender?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: hubertusfross on October 21, 2014, 09:53:13 AM
The site doesn'work. I would like my money back from the site! >:(


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: PIXIMA747 on October 21, 2014, 10:35:46 AM
I have used this site many times with no problems.... That is until yesterday. Now all I can get is a "unable to connect to server" when attempting to find the website. Any news Blender? I am really hopping that I didn't just loose all of my money.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: SirLolicon on October 21, 2014, 10:39:50 AM
I like how all the vouches are coming from Newbies or Brand-News


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: hubertusfross on October 21, 2014, 12:16:52 PM
I have registered earlier... (but i didn't used the forum to make posts)

You can see that the site doesn't work....  >:(


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: SirLolicon on October 21, 2014, 01:27:05 PM
I have registered earlier... (but i didn't used the forum to make posts)

You can see that the site doesn't work....  >:(


It's because you need to be using the TOR network to
be able to access the site


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: HeebyJeeby on October 21, 2014, 01:53:10 PM
BitBlender "hacked" and coins gone

https://www.reddit.com/r/DarkNetMarkets/comments/2jsszq/bitblender_hacked_all_coins_gone/


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: PIXIMA747 on October 21, 2014, 08:41:57 PM
I have registered earlier... (but i didn't used the forum to make posts)

You can see that the site doesn't work....  >:(


It's because you need to be using the TOR network to
be able to access the site
I like how all the vouches are coming from Newbies or Brand-News

SirLolicon, since you brought up the topic of what we like; I like how your comments made you look like the only “Newbie or Brand-New” here, considering the website had in fact been shut down... How about you think before you Type next time.

Thanks.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 21, 2014, 10:19:55 PM
What HeebyJeeby is true, the site was hacked.

But I have fixed the issue and its up and running again, I have put my backup bitcoins in Blender so that we have some bitcoins for mixing.


Regards,
Bitblender


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: rammy2k2 on October 22, 2014, 08:20:58 AM
dont use bitcoin + TOR , there is a known vulnerability and middleman attackers can steal your bitcoins


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: CoinCidental on October 22, 2014, 08:28:54 AM
I have used this site many times with no problems.... That is until yesterday. Now all I can get is a "unable to connect to server" when attempting to find the website. Any news Blender? I am really hopping that I didn't just loose all of my money.

If your not in sole control of your private keys, you don't have any Bitcoins...

Did people really send Coins  to an anonymous mixer and expect
Them  to be safe?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: SirLolicon on October 22, 2014, 09:46:17 AM
I have registered earlier... (but i didn't used the forum to make posts)

You can see that the site doesn't work....  >:(


It's because you need to be using the TOR network to
be able to access the site
I like how all the vouches are coming from Newbies or Brand-News

SirLolicon, since you brought up the topic of what we like; I like how your comments made you look like the only “Newbie or Brand-New” here, considering the website had in fact been shut down... How about you think before you Type next time.

Thanks.


I was assuming he wasn't using TOR.

Instead of being a dick, why not try understanding the circumstance first?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 22, 2014, 03:49:14 PM
Its nice to see that there is finally some activity in this thread, but the circumstances are bad..

Blender is up again and running on my backup bitcoins, unfortunately the backup coins does not cover everyones bitcoins.

My solution is that I am not going to earn anything of the 1-3% commission so everything is going back to refund the users instead...

This is the only way i can think of to be able to return all the bitcoins to the users, if i give up now and dont try to start Blender again there is no way i can come up with these coins... Then everyone loses!

But as its now up and running, and users are actually trusting it already and using it again, if it continues like this then the fee everyone is paying is going to repay everyone eventually.

To those who have returned, thanks for your trust and support! You are awesome! And remember the fee you are paying on deposits is not going to me, its going to everyone to pay everyone back, without you this will not work.

Deposit and Withdraw transactions are going on the Blender right now, and as you can see that it works I hope to build everyones trust again.

The hack did not involve doing SQL injections or other methods/exploits where he would get actual access to the server, it was simply that he sent a lot of withdraws really really fast and unfortunately i had not implemented SQL transactions to lock the database during withdraws. All he did was send many withdraws fast, so this means that he did not find anything, he did not get any logs, he did not get any usernames, he did not get access to the db. All information is still secret. I have implemented SQL transactions now, it locks the database during withdraws to prevent this from happening again. This together with other precautions have made me confident to launch the site again. If i had not found the bug, and successfully implemented the proper fix for it, then i would never start Blender again and put the backup coins online..

I should have implemented this from the beginning, but i am taking the consequences and got the service running again to pay everyone back.


Thanks,
Bitblender


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: PIXIMA747 on October 22, 2014, 09:24:54 PM
Its nice to see that there is finally some activity in this thread, but the circumstances are bad..

Blender is up again and running on my backup bitcoins, unfortunately the backup coins does not cover everyones bitcoins.

My solution is that I am not going to earn anything of the 1-3% commission so everything is going back to refund the users instead...

This is the only way i can think of to be able to return all the bitcoins to the users, if i give up now and dont try to start Blender again there is no way i can come up with these coins... Then everyone loses!

But as its now up and running, and users are actually trusting it already and using it again, if it continues like this then the fee everyone is paying is going to repay everyone eventually.

To those who have returned, thanks for your trust and support! You are awesome! And remember the fee you are paying on deposits is not going to me, its going to everyone to pay everyone back, without you this will not work.

Deposit and Withdraw transactions are going on the Blender right now, and as you can see that it works I hope to build everyones trust again.

The hack did not involve doing SQL injections or other methods/exploits where he would get actual access to the server, it was simply that he sent a lot of withdraws really really fast and unfortunately i had not implemented SQL transactions to lock the database during withdraws. All he did was send many withdraws fast, so this means that he did not find anything, he did not get any logs, he did not get any usernames, he did not get access to the db. All information is still secret. I have implemented SQL transactions now, it locks the database during withdraws to prevent this from happening again. This together with other precautions have made me confident to launch the site again. If i had not found the bug, and successfully implemented the proper fix for it, then i would never start Blender again and put the backup coins online..

I should have implemented this from the beginning, but i am taking the consequences and got the service running again to pay everyone back.


Thanks,
Bitblender

I'm Extremely happy my coins were safe!! you came thorough blender! Thank You!


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: PIXIMA747 on October 22, 2014, 09:48:39 PM
I have registered earlier... (but i didn't used the forum to make posts)

You can see that the site doesn't work....  >:(


It's because you need to be using the TOR network to
be able to access the site
I like how all the vouches are coming from Newbies or Brand-News

SirLolicon, since you brought up the topic of what we like; I like how your comments made you look like the only “Newbie or Brand-New” here, considering the website had in fact been shut down... How about you think before you Type next time.

Thanks.


I was assuming he wasn't using TOR.

Instead of being a dick, why not try understanding the circumstance first?



well you see, you assuming can be bit insulting, you should ask first. Not to mention you insinuated that that our Clam, or "vouch" as you put it, is some how less meaningful because our user is labeled "Newbie" on this forum. we just wanted help, not someone that jumps to conclusions and "Assumes".


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: CoinCidental on October 23, 2014, 12:53:11 AM
Nice to see the shills with 1-4 posts on brand new accounts say the site is good and they got their coins back  lol


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: MrPiggles on October 23, 2014, 03:32:29 PM
Nice to see the shills with 1-4 posts on brand new accounts say the site is good and they got their coins back  lol

My friend got his back.

for what thats worth.

As far as I am aware they are repaying people what they can. If you were laundering large amounts maybe not


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 25, 2014, 12:53:59 PM
Nice to see the shills with 1-4 posts on brand new accounts say the site is good and they got their coins back  lol

My friend got his back.

for what thats worth.

As far as I am aware they are repaying people what they can. If you were laundering large amounts maybe not

Thanks for confirming this with an old account!

This is the status, all new deposits made after the hack are available for withdraw immediately and will be successfully mixed without any delays or problems.

Withdraws of old coins that was lost during the hack is throttled and will be sent out slowly as the fee of the new deposits is put into Blender to cover for these lost coins.

This is an example if you have coins in Blender deposited before the hack.
Lets say you have 10 BTC in your balance since before the hack, if you now deposit 1 BTC you will be able to withdraw that without any delays what so ever.
But also, when you deposit coins into your own account, you will pay yourself back with 10% of the deposit. So if using the example above, it will enable you to withdraw 1.1 BTC without delays, meaning getting 0.1 BTC of those old coins back. This should encourage use of the mixer and at the same time you will be repaying yourself pretty fast.


I will repay everyone their lost coins, its just going to take some months..


Regards,
Bitblender


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: CoinCidental on October 25, 2014, 02:17:53 PM
People should send you more coins to replace their stolen coins lol

You should go and work with mintpal, they could use a man like you  ::)


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 25, 2014, 03:19:33 PM
People should send you more coins to replace their stolen coins lol

You should go and work with mintpal, they could use a man like you  ::)

The point is that the site commission will go to repay everyone. Its just an idea man, if you dont like it or don't trust anymore you can just wait for me to repay you and you will have it all back anyways, just going to take a little longer.. Thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: CoinCidental on October 25, 2014, 04:42:13 PM
Surely you can see the irony yourself ...........People trusted you with their coins once and got scammed,round 2 - You suggest they send even more coins to recover a very small % of the stolen ones

its not any different from sending more coins to MT GOX if karpeles promised to start using the profits to repay everyones loses

Good luck if it works though ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 25, 2014, 04:55:33 PM
hehe yeah I see it of course :)

Thanks,
Bitblender


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: MrPiggles on October 26, 2014, 04:49:04 AM
People should send you more coins to replace their stolen coins lol

You should go and work with mintpal, they could use a man like you  ::)

At least he's made good. 99% of people who get hacked just go "sorry got hacked" and don't put their hands in their own pockets to repay people.

blender, what percentage of people have been repaid?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 26, 2014, 09:38:11 PM
Im not sure in number of users, but around 40% of coins are paid back now...


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Itche on October 27, 2014, 09:53:39 AM
Tried using it yesterday bitcoins not showing up even though transaction has gone through. When you ask for a new deposit address it gives you the same one so I'm assuming it's been compromised?

Someone prove me wrong please.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: CoinCidental on October 27, 2014, 04:53:44 PM
People should send you more coins to replace their stolen coins lol

You should go and work with mintpal, they could use a man like you  ::)

At least he's made good. 99% of people who get hacked just go "sorry got hacked" and don't put their hands in their own pockets to repay people


Losing 100% of the coins and then asking for another 100% to get back 10% of the losses means someone has to send 10x times more coins than was stolen to break even and what if he gets hacked again before they break even ?

Their losses  jump from 100 up to 200%

Not saying it was blender himself who stole the Coins since I don't know the details but  double or nothing is not a risk I would take in this situation  never mind taking it ten times to get back my first 100% while additionally risking my second 200%



Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 27, 2014, 04:55:56 PM
Tried using it yesterday bitcoins not showing up even though transaction has gone through. When you ask for a new deposit address it gives you the same one so I'm assuming it's been compromised?

Someone prove me wrong please.

There is a phishing website of Bitcoin Blender and it behaves exactly like you are describing. I will not give the url here but the .onion starts with just "blender..." instead of "bitblender...".

On the correct site you can get a PGP signed message from the Bitcoin Blender PGP key stating that the deposit addresses is for your account on Bitcoin Blender, if you verify that the message is signed with my PGP key then you can be sure the deposit addresses in the signed message is correct, also look so its your username in the text.. The real site also offers two factor authentication using PGP for those who want, and the phishing site does of course not.

The support function does not work on the phishing website, so that could be good to check too.


Regards,
Bitblender


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 27, 2014, 05:23:29 PM
People should send you more coins to replace their stolen coins lol

You should go and work with mintpal, they could use a man like you  ::)

At least he's made good. 99% of people who get hacked just go "sorry got hacked" and don't put their hands in their own pockets to repay people


Losing 100% of the coins and then asking for another 100% to get back 10% of the losses means someone has to send 10x times more coins than was stolen to break even and what if he gets hacked again before they break even ?

Their losses  jump from 100 up to 200%

Not saying it was blender himself who stole the Coins since I don't know the details but  double or nothing is not a risk I would take in this situation  never mind taking it ten times to get back my first 100% while additionally risking my second 200%




You are missing the point, the point is that you can keep using the service (mixing) like before. The users need for mixing is still there, and I'm providing that service. Its from the fee of new deposits that i will be able to repay everyone so its important they are working properly. The users used the service before and paid the same fee for it, now the fee just goes back to them selfs instead of to me....

I have also repaid every user partly who tried to withdraw and wrote a request to support, so CoinCidental you can create a withdraw of around 20% of your balance, write a support request and i will see so that it goes out to prove it to you.

I see the problem you are describing, but I'm just not here to scam...


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: MrPiggles on October 28, 2014, 02:50:59 AM


Losing 100% of the coins and then asking for another 100% to get back 10% of the losses means someone has to send 10x times more coins than was stolen to break even and what if he gets hacked again before they break even ?

Their losses  jump from 100 up to 200%

Not saying it was blender himself who stole the Coins since I don't know the details but  double or nothing is not a risk I would take in this situation  never mind taking it ten times to get back my first 100% while additionally risking my second 200%



I know, but the guy paid back people already. And there are much less shady bitcoin businesses which have done the "got hacked baibai" routine, at least he's attempting to make good. Though I imagine if enough people just sit around and call scam then maybe he'll just do an exit scam

Point is some anonymous bitcoin launderer is tryin to be honest, and has provably repaid people (check reddit/darknetmarkets and you'll see many people sayin they were repaid) so we should at least give him credit for that.

Personally I would have said fuck it, and kept my stash and started a new service.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: talvivaara on November 01, 2014, 04:36:02 AM
For what it's worth, I've used this service multiple times before and after the hack and everything went smoothly.
Total amount of ~8btc ran through. Didn't have any coins in at the time of the breach, but so far authors actions deserve my vote of confidence. Hope it stays up. :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Freedomfromfiat on November 15, 2014, 03:38:52 AM
It is refreshing to see a healthy amount of skepticism in the bitcoin community. I am new to bitcointalk.org however for over a year now my primary source of income has come to me in the form of bitcoins.

I strongly believe in an individual's right to freedom from needless and in many cases dangerous government intrusion into personal finance. This is doubly important for me, because my income comes from my participation in activities that my government deems to be illegal.

It is vital that I maintain my anonymity. Bitcoin alone certainly does not provide any degree of anonymity, so to provide for this I utilize among other tools, bitcoin blender. I was a user of bitcoinfog until march or april of this year when I began to notice significant delays with the service, particularly with the processing and availability of deposits and withdrawals. Since then I have processed between 80 and 100BTC through blender. My typical experience is excellent. I deposit coins and with three network confirmations the coins are available for withdrawal and taint analysis indicates no connection between my source and destination addresses (same for bitcoin fog). I was one of the unfortunate subset of people who had coins sitting in their account when the service was hacked last month. Having been around the block of "bitcoin+hiddenservice = mysterious theft of bitcoin" scenarios I figured I was out a few thousand and time to move back to old (un)reliable, bitcoinfog. The reason I am here registering on a clearnet forum and spending my time writing a review is because I was struck by the integrity of the service operator of bitcoin blender. In this situation, they could have shut down the service and cut their losses, keeping the profit from the past many months of operation and moving on to their next venture leaving me and others at a loss and they could have done this with no fear of reprisal or repercussion. The service operators chose to do the right thing by their users and fix the vulnerability (a race condition in their withdraw functionality in this case) and inform them of said vulnerability, properly record their losses and then inject their own money to the service to keep it going and get their users repaid.

Long story short I have been repaid a goodly portion of the balance in my account prior to the theft, and thankfully for me (not for blender) I am being paid as coins are on an upward swing. Most importantly, the service has always been available and always worked as advertised. The operators have consistently added functionality and security measures to combat problems that plague the world of hidden service bitcoin commerce (password phishing, dummy sites, etc) including PGP TFA, PGP authentication of deposit addresses, etc.

I may be ridiculed for having a new account and posting a review, but let me state it to you this way simply: I created this account and paid a fee so that I could post simply because I do not feel this service gets proper reviews. Most people who use it are like me and prefer to keep their business their business, or private.

If privacy and anonymity is important to anyone reading this then  they would be remiss if they did not try this service.

Thank you for reading.

Freedomfromfiat


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: CoinCidental on November 15, 2014, 10:08:54 AM
It is refreshing to see a healthy amount of skepticism in the bitcoin community. I am new to bitcointalk.org however for over a year now my primary source of income has come to me in the form of bitcoins.

I strongly believe in an individual's right to freedom from needless and in many cases dangerous government intrusion into personal finance. This is doubly important for me, because my income comes from my participation in activities that my government deems to be illegal.

It is vital that I maintain my anonymity. Bitcoin alone certainly does not provide any degree of anonymity, so to provide for this I utilize among other tools, bitcoin blender. I was a user of bitcoinfog until march or april of this year when I began to notice significant delays with the service, particularly with the processing and availability of deposits and withdrawals. Since then I have processed between 80 and 100BTC through blender. My typical experience is excellent. I deposit coins and with three network confirmations the coins are available for withdrawal and taint analysis indicates no connection between my source and destination addresses (same for bitcoin fog). I was one of the unfortunate subset of people who had coins sitting in their account when the service was hacked last month. Having been around the block of "bitcoin+hiddenservice = mysterious theft of bitcoin" scenarios I figured I was out a few thousand and time to move back to old (un)reliable, bitcoinfog. The reason I am here registering on a clearnet forum and spending my time writing a review is because I was struck by the integrity of the service operator of bitcoin blender. In this situation, they could have shut down the service and cut their losses, keeping the profit from the past many months of operation and moving on to their next venture leaving me and others at a loss and they could have done this with no fear of reprisal or repercussion. The service operators chose to do the right thing by their users and fix the vulnerability (a race condition in their withdraw functionality in this case) and inform them of said vulnerability, properly record their losses and then inject their own money to the service to keep it going and get their users repaid.

Long story short I have been repaid a goodly portion of the balance in my account prior to the theft, and thankfully for me (not for blender) I am being paid as coins are on an upward swing. Most importantly, the service has always been available and always worked as advertised. The operators have consistently added functionality and security measures to combat problems that plague the world of hidden service bitcoin commerce (password phishing, dummy sites, etc) including PGP TFA, PGP authentication of deposit addresses, etc.

I may be ridiculed for having a new account and posting a review, but let me state it to you this way simply: I created this account and paid a fee so that I could post simply because I do not feel this service gets proper reviews. Most people who use it are like me and prefer to keep their business their business, or private.

If privacy and anonymity is important to anyone reading this then  they would be remiss if they did not try this service.

Thank you for reading.

Freedomfromfiat
What fee did you pay to post this "review" ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Freedomfromfiat on November 15, 2014, 01:12:32 PM
The forum requires a small fee in BTC to activate posting features when using a particular, now well known proxy. Around 42000 satoshi.



Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on December 08, 2014, 07:04:47 AM
I would like to take a few moments to make you aware of a couple exciting developments coming to fruition on Bitcoin Blender this week.

First, I am extremely happy to announce a feature tailored to our current and would-be users who want to mix coins without the need for an account. Bitcoin Blender now allows Quick Mix! It is simple to use: Navigate to the Quick Mix tab from our homepage (bitblendervrfkzr.onion) and enter one or more withdrawal addresses in the field provided. Then, complete the captcha challenge and select "Create new Quick Mix." Finally, simply transfer the bitcoins you wish to mix to the forwarding address given on the next page. Remember, you should save your Quick Mix unique ID for the next time you use the mixer or in the unlikely event that you need to contact support regarding an individual mixing situation. The quick mix has a default randomized withdrawal delay of between zero and twelve hours. You may edit this setting of course, but I strongly urge you to allow a delay of up to twelve hours to achieve better anonymity. I have set the fee schedule of quick mix to match that of the normal mixer; that is, a randomized 1-3% to maximize transaction obfuscation.

The second and most fulfilling development I bring to the forefront addresses an important issue for both myself and my userbase. As many of you may know, Blender was hacked back in mid-October (a race condition in our withdraw function was exploited, allowing the thief to create more withdrawals than he should have been able to.) Of course, I immediately took the service offline and determined the proper fix was to implement locking SQL transactions, and so I did this.

Many coins were stolen in this attack, and since then all earnings from the use of the mixer have been diverted back into the pot to repay the coins. I am extremely proud, and humbled, to be able to say that as of today, all stolen coins are repaid and and all users who have attempted to withdraw their coins have been able to do so! Those users who still have balances remaining are free to withdraw their coin.

I sincerely thank all of you who have continued to use the service and who see it as the best option available for mixing your bitcoins and improving your anonymity and ultimately safety - likewise I thank new and returning users for giving me the chance to prove my integrity. Bitcoin Blender is here for the long haul and its greatest feature and best asset is its users.

Thank you.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: poggyba3 on December 14, 2014, 02:09:52 PM
quick question i've sent bitcoins to an mixer on tor (lol i know) but it's not been appearing on my balance for a day i'm getting pretty concerned... i've pretty much sent all of the money from that wallet to that mixer which is really annoying... is the coins really all gone  :-\


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on December 15, 2014, 09:19:00 AM
quick question i've sent bitcoins to an mixer on tor (lol i know) but it's not been appearing on my balance for a day i'm getting pretty concerned... i've pretty much sent all of the money from that wallet to that mixer which is really annoying... is the coins really all gone  :-\

Hi, that depends on which mixer you used, if you used Blender with the correct URL then i can guarantee you are fine.
It seems you didnt use Blender because you dont say you did, but you posted your question in this thread here so im not sure. If you used Blender then message me via the support function that is built in on the site itself.

It could be that you ended up on one of the phishing sites of one of the mixers available on Tor, knowing that the onion is the correct one for a service is a problem. In my attempts to try to stop the effects of phishing sites i have implemented a "Proof of Ownership" of the Deposit addresses, its a signed PGP message containing your username and deposit addresses, you generate it on the deposit page.
During withdraw there is a Verification step where you also get a signed PGP message with the destination addresses, here you can either choose to submit it or cancel the withdraw.
You can also enable 2FA on your account, it generates one time passwords that you have to decrypt using your PGP key on each login.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: bimbocat on December 22, 2014, 08:23:46 AM
I sent you a PM but if anyone else sees this, I accidentally used my wallet as the outgoing thing on quick mix so I clicked cancel. Was wondering what happens then? How long till the coins come out?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: RiverBoatBTC on December 22, 2014, 08:38:22 AM
Oh it'll BLEND your bitcoin. Great way to destroy unwanted coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on December 22, 2014, 04:17:40 PM
I sent you a PM but if anyone else sees this, I accidentally used my wallet as the outgoing thing on quick mix so I clicked cancel. Was wondering what happens then? How long till the coins come out?

Hello bimbocat, it depends on what randomized delays you used, did you leave it at the default 0-12h then it could take up to 12 hours for them to be sent to you. If you give me your quickmix ID (in PM) i can send it immediately for you.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on December 25, 2014, 03:07:01 AM
Coinbase have started tracking their users bitcoin transactions and if the coins end up on a known Darknet Market bitcoin address they close the Coinbase account, and i guess Coinbase might tell LE at the same time too.
https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/2q90m9/coinbase_is_monitoring_your_transactions_poorly
https://www.reddit.com/r/DarkNetMarkets/comments/2qa21d/coinbase_to_market_is_a_really_bad_idea_yall_post/

If you are using Bitcoin Blender to mix coins to or from Darknet Markets you can now set your account type to either Buyer or Vendor on the Profile page. If you are not comfortable giving this information to Blender you can set it to N/A or not set it at all.

If you set your account to Vendor you will receive mixed coins deposited by Buyers when withdrawing, this means that you should receive coins coming from exchanges like Coinbase, Circle and Localbitcoins or where Buyers get their coins from.

If you set your account to Buyer you will receive mixed coins deposited by Vendors when withdrawing, your deposited coins to Blender should not end up on a Darknet Market.

If you set your account to N/A or don't make a choice you will receive mixed coins deposited by other N/A users.

This is good for both Buyers and Vendors. The Buyers can feel safe knowing the coins they deposit into Blender will not end up on a Darknet Market and the Vendors that withdraw from Blender will receive clean coins coming from Exchanges. This will keep the clean/Exchange coins on one side and the Darknet Market coins on the other side. This is not a 100% guarantee that coins will be sent exactly as described above as it will only work if the users chooses the right type for their Blender account or don't by purpose choose Vendor when they are actually a Buyer for example. At least having this option is better than not having it.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: CoinCidental on December 25, 2014, 05:23:54 AM
is it currently  legal or illgeal to own coins that were once used on illegal sites like silk rd etc ?

how can you prevent someone giving  you a batch of coins that were somehow linked to illegal  activity ?

a large percentage of  usd bank notes were tested postive for traces of cocaine etc  so they are linked to drug sales or use
but i guess those are ok since theyre legal tender and they cant stop people using using banknotes to snort coke


i imagine a large % of the btc in circulation have been either on darknet sites or mixed with coins that have been on darknet sites in
places like gox or btc-e so they maybe partially illegal coins ?

if i sell my house etc for a few thousand btc that were linked to bitcoinica  ,btcst ponzi , or silk rd or mintpal scams can these coins be seized as proceeds of a crime ?

if coinbase are seizing accounts based on tainted  or suspicious coins ,can we still trust coinbase ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on January 06, 2015, 03:04:34 PM
CoinCidental, thanks for starting a discussion about this.

Im sure there is no law in any country against having coins that has taint with a DNM, just like you say its not illegal to have paper money that was used to do cocaine, it does not mean you did it. A very large percentage of all coins have gone through some exchanges main addresses/hot wallets so they are all tainted with each other, if you buy coins on an exchange you will almost certainly receive coins that has some taint to a DNM address far far away, eventually the recent Bitstamp hacked coins will be sent around like this too.

Having a clear transaction from your Coinbase account to a known bitcoin address used for buying drugs can be a problem though as shown in that reddit thread. But if you mix your coins properly there is no way to trace that you actually did the transaction to the DNM, as the coins mix in the mixer while you receive other coins. I removed the feature of choosing if you are a DNM Vendor, Buyer or N/A. I did not think enough before releasing it and what I wrote here is the reason for me removing it again, its not needed as the link between your transactions are broken and Coinbase can not see where you are sending it.

I'm actively improving and changing stuff, if i release a feature that i later decide is not good enough or not needed then i will remove it to keep it as simple as possible while still providing a good mixing service. I don't think the feature of registering as a Vendor, Buyer or N/A was bad or made anything worse, it was just not needed. If there is some good discussion about this and the conclusion is that it is a good idea to keep the DNM Buyers and Vendors coins separate as described in my announcement above or in some other clever way then it will be brought back after some consideration.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: keithpearson on February 14, 2015, 05:09:46 AM
I like how all the vouches are coming from Newbies or Brand-News

Hi, keithpearson again here @ probably the second post on this forum.

I came back here after a little bit of frustration with bitcoin fog. 0.2 btc was missing from my account even though it had 40 confirmations on blockchain. Now that's solved, but it placed a negative feeling on bitcoin fog for me as far as I am concerned..

Just wanted to say that I am reputable seller on evo (for security reasons won't say my username here) and I have been washing my coins on blender so far, maybe more than 100 btc without any issues. I see that blender has been hacked last year, my luck I usually withdraw my coins fast, I don't let them sit in my account. Thumbs up to the owner of the site for refunding everyone.

Again want to reconfirm to everyone, this is probably the best service around, I would also recommed bitcoin fog (though for me it's still in beta testing before I get 100% confidence) and probably still to be tested bitmixer.io, I've read many positive reviews and I will definitelly try that at one point.

My scheme for washing is bitcoin fog, then withdraw to blender and them to cash out wallet so it's double washing. I recommend washing your coins twice, by different mixing services, law enforcement may be behind washing services so you can't just trust one. I'd rather be too paranoid than behind bars. Also never use the same user id on any of the washing services. I create new fog/blender accounts once every 2 or 3 days and delete the old ones after withdrawing my coins.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Inotiwin on March 05, 2015, 02:25:55 AM
Is bitcoinblender.net affiliated with the .onion site? I registered on the .net site and sent bitcoins to the deposit address provided but they never got to my account. I then tried to log into the onion site with the same credentials and was told I was using a wrong user name or password. When I searched google everything about bitcoin blender looks legit and even the PGP key the .net site has is the same.

When I look up the transaction in the blockchain I can see that everything went through and that the transaction has been confirmed.

Have I been scammed?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: OROBTC on March 05, 2015, 03:29:46 AM
...

bitcoinblender.net (http://bitcoinblender.net) has an interesting explanation of the whole mixing process.  I have not used them (nor the .onion) so I have no other comment on bitcoinblender itself.

For extra security, yes, I agree that running BTC through TWO mixers gives an even better level of security.  I sometimes do just that: using SharedCoin (via blockchain.info) as well as bitmixer.io.  I have run them through bitmixer first (then sharedcoin) as well as the reverse, I do not know which would be better (guess: do bitmixer last).

I have never had a real problem with bitmixer, there once was an issue, but we worked it out.

With any mixer: Follow Instructions!

*   *   *

I would very much like to read other reviews of bitcoinblender, as well as anyone who really knows whether or not it is important to hide your trail better by using .onion and TOR.  I have read that TOR may already be compromised...


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on March 05, 2015, 06:57:14 AM
Is bitcoinblender.net affiliated with the .onion site? I registered on the .net site and sent bitcoins to the deposit address provided but they never got to my account. I then tried to log into the onion site with the same credentials and was told I was using a wrong user name or password. When I searched google everything about bitcoin blender looks legit and even the PGP key the .net site has is the same.

When I look up the transaction in the blockchain I can see that everything went through and that the transaction has been confirmed.

Have I been scammed?


Hi, bitcoinblender.net is not my site. There are many phishing/scam versions of Bitcoin Blender both on clearnet and tor with the purpose of stealing users coins. Only use the URL that is provided here on the first post on bitcointalk.org...


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: redballs on August 26, 2015, 06:31:34 PM
Anybody still able to use this service successfully?  As a test, I deposited about an eigth of bitcoin on http://blenderri3sud4e6.onion about 24 hours ago and it still hasn't shown up in my "balance" on the site.  I verified the transaction went through with blockchain.info site and everything.  Send a message to them via their "support" link form, never got a confirmation that the message was sent, either via the web page or anything.

Starting to think the owner/operator may be a one man show, and is on vacation, or maybe it's turned into a scam site or something.

UPDATE -- Just looked at the original post of this thread and I think I have been scammed by a counterfeit site maybe?  I got the "fake" site http://blenderri3sud4e6.onion URL from the Hidden Wiki (http://kpvz7kpmcmne52qf.onion/wiki/index.php/Bitcoin_Services) -- the "real" BitCoinBlender is listed near the top of the list of "BitCoin Laundry Services" as a "protected" link, and the "fake" blender is listed toward the bottom as just "Blender".  The fake site looks pretty much exactly like the real site, so I guess I was scammed by a bad link on the Hidden Wiki.  I guess I need to get edit or feedback privs on the Hidden Wiki and flag that other site as a possible scam.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on August 27, 2015, 06:09:18 PM
Anybody still able to use this service successfully?  As a test, I deposited about an eigth of bitcoin on http://blenderri3sud4e6.onion about 24 hours ago and it still hasn't shown up in my "balance" on the site.  I verified the transaction went through with blockchain.info site and everything.  Send a message to them via their "support" link form, never got a confirmation that the message was sent, either via the web page or anything.

Starting to think the owner/operator may be a one man show, and is on vacation, or maybe it's turned into a scam site or something.

UPDATE -- Just looked at the original post of this thread and I think I have been scammed by a counterfeit site maybe?  I got the "fake" site http://blenderri3sud4e6.onion URL from the Hidden Wiki (http://kpvz7kpmcmne52qf.onion/wiki/index.php/Bitcoin_Services) -- the "real" BitCoinBlender is listed near the top of the list of "BitCoin Laundry Services" as a "protected" link, and the "fake" blender is listed toward the bottom as just "Blender".  The fake site looks pretty much exactly like the real site, so I guess I was scammed by a bad link on the Hidden Wiki.  I guess I need to get edit or feedback privs on the Hidden Wiki and flag that other site as a possible scam.

Yeah, you were on a phishing site, the real onion is at the first post in this thread bitblendervrfkzr.onion. Sorry for your loss but good that you only tried with 1/8 of a bitcoin if i understood you right.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: eternalgloom on August 28, 2015, 01:32:31 PM
I've been using bitblender for at least a year now.
Never had any issues, great service :)

And I'm usually pretty lucky with the fees.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Monopoly on August 28, 2015, 05:07:19 PM
Is the site trusty ?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on September 05, 2015, 01:46:05 PM
Is the site trusty ?

Yes, service works perfectly, just make sure you use the correct onion, its in the first post in this thread. bitblendervrfkzr.onion


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on November 21, 2015, 12:01:55 PM
Its now possible to delete your account if you want, on the profile page there is a link to the account deletion page.

All logs, deposits and withdraws etc has always been deleted after 10 days but the account remained on the system, now its possible to delete this part too.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on November 30, 2015, 10:20:26 PM
Im getting more and more support messages from users losing coins to phishing sites. There is a phishing site that is pretty high on google search results of bitcoin blender, its the third in the list. Its important to use the correct URL and it can be found on the first post on this thread.

If anyone can help me getting the phishing site removed from search results or hosting provider or at least lower ranks on search results (anti seo) then i will pay you for helping, please contact me!


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on February 13, 2016, 01:02:46 PM
For a very long time i've had a meta refresh with a html encoded link as a countermeasure against mitm phishing/Onion Cloner, it redirects the user over to the correct site as the browser decodes the character but Onion Cloner did not.

Lately i have been getting more users visiting through mitm phishing proxys again, i investigated and found that it now rewrites html encoded characters to keep the browser on the wrong onion host, so the meta refresh redirect trick above does not work any more.

I have written a very simple javascript that runs in the browser and checks if the correct host is used, the correct hostname is base64 encoded inside the javascript and so far this is not rewritten by the mitm proxy sites. The base64 encoded string is then decoded on browser side and if its not correct it will redirect over to the correct host.

<script>
   if (window.location.host != atob("Yml0YmxlbmRlcnZyZmt6ci5vbmlvbg==")) {
      window.location.host = atob("Yml0YmxlbmRlcnZyZmt6ci5vbmlvbg==");
   }
</script>

I am not encouraging to activate JavaScript in browsers, but if the user has it activated i might as well use it for something good.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on February 14, 2016, 04:58:48 PM
Updated the captcha to have a signature inside the image, the signature is the correct bitcoin blender hostname (bitblendervrfkzr.onion), this will hopefully make the user detect that they are on a mitm phishing proxy.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: loveandpeace on March 08, 2016, 07:56:54 PM
Just stopping by to show my man some love! I've been using your services for about 2 years now for my DNM activites & you've never done me wrong. Start off using BTC Fog & like a duck I ended up falling a victim to their scamming! Thankfully it wasn't a lot of coins but I never used their services again, BTC Blender on the other hand has always come through for me! With minimal fees as well, you can't beat that!

Thank you for everything mate  8)


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on June 08, 2016, 03:34:10 PM
Thank you loveandpeace!

Two new features have been implemented on Bitcoin Blender

1. QR codes for deposit addresses.
2. Option to send your withdraw as a Single Transaction, this is needed for sending coins directly to payment sites that does not support multiple transactions.


Thanks everyone!


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on July 28, 2016, 11:11:35 AM
Created a clearnet website with some information about Bitcoin Blender: https://bitblender.io/ (https://bitblender.io/)

Have also made an API for accessing some features on Bitblender, its in beta right now, if you want access message me through support on site.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: lifeisjustadream on August 18, 2016, 07:23:36 PM
Hello  :)

i registered yesterday at bitcoin blender.
I sent BTC from my Wallet to my Bitcoin Blender Account but they did not arrived until yet. It is about 24h ago.
On Blockchain the Transaction is convirmed but on my account the balance is 0.000 ...

Would be great if anybody can help me!
It is a lot of money for me.

looking forward...

Thanks :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on August 23, 2016, 04:37:38 AM
Hello  :)

i registered yesterday at bitcoin blender.
I sent BTC from my Wallet to my Bitcoin Blender Account but they did not arrived until yet. It is about 24h ago.
On Blockchain the Transaction is convirmed but on my account the balance is 0.000 ...

Would be great if anybody can help me!
It is a lot of money for me.

looking forward...

Thanks :)

Hello,

Support is only done through the website, I dont check here every day.
Please send a message to me here: http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/?p=support


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: HotSwap on August 23, 2016, 08:21:36 PM
Bitcoin Blender is a well-known scam:

http://btcmixers.com/bitcoin-mixers/mixer/bitcoin-blender-scam/


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on August 25, 2016, 04:16:47 AM
Bitcoin Blender is a well-known scam:

http://btcmixers.com/bitcoin-mixers/mixer/bitcoin-blender-scam/

According to that website my mixer service is a scam because i once created a wordpress page?

The wordpress page is just a post i made to describe how to access Bitcoin Blender over Tor, so if people google for Bitcoin Blender they will hopefully see this thread here on bitcointalk or that wordpress page and find their way to the correct site instead of a phishing site.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: japerry on August 25, 2016, 08:11:44 AM
Bitcoin Blender is a well-known scam:

http://btcmixers.com/bitcoin-mixers/mixer/bitcoin-blender-scam/

According to that website my mixer service is a scam because i once created a wordpress page?

The wordpress page is just a post i made to describe how to access Bitcoin Blender over Tor, so if people google for Bitcoin Blender they will hopefully see this thread here on bitcointalk or that wordpress page and find their way to the correct site instead of a phishing site.

HotSwap must be a believer in the adage "I read it on the Internet so it must be true!"  ;)


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Patatas on September 30, 2016, 05:05:43 PM
Just cross posting here from this thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1631446.0 .I don't know how legitimate the original blender mixer is but do stay away from the surface web link,ie www.bitcoinblender.org.Op has confirmed it's a fake website after it scammed.

@OP : Please report the surface web so it's taken down without causing much harm.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: YTBitcoin on October 03, 2016, 01:39:03 AM
after launching you signature campaign I came to know about that and the system is much pretty I tried it and felt it much smoother to mix my bitcoins with your bitcoin blender. Before that I was using bitmixer.

Edit:

I recently read some posts of some people where they are claiming for it to be a scam, I hope it will work correctly and will not scam, by the way I will keep my transactions lower and will see the future of it that where it go.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 03, 2016, 03:47:26 AM
As long as you use the correct URL to access Blender there wont be any problems.

Problem is if you google for Bitcoin Blender or bitblender there are some results that are scam/phishing sites, im working on having these sites removed but its not as easy as it sounds when the hosting provider just dont believe me.

Here are some features i have implemented on the site to help against mitm phishing/scam sites.
1. Two-Factor Authentication with PGP key.
2. The captcha on the register page displays the correct URL to use.
3. Its possible to know that the deposit addresses displayed are correct by verifying that the Proof of Ownership PGP message is signed by my key, save the PGP message.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: jerry77 on October 05, 2016, 03:18:59 PM
i tried today to enter my account and its not working anymore... its also impossible to register a new account.
What can i do?

Good thing: I took yesterday all BTC from my account so i dont have a loss, but it feels a little bit strange that my account could be hacked. Can you check it?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: fishfishmyfish on October 05, 2016, 03:55:18 PM
i tried today to enter my account and its not working anymore... its also impossible to register a new account.
What can i do?

Good thing: I took yesterday all BTC from my account so i dont have a loss, but it feels a little bit strange that my account could be hacked. Can you check it?

I'm currently unable to login as well. Perhaps the website is down?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: thewhiterailing on October 05, 2016, 04:35:14 PM
Hey guys, I have been using Bitblendervrfkzr no problem for 2 years and TODAY suddenly its not allowing me / us to sign in or register new account.  Get a "502 Bad Gateway" "nginx" error message. Blender bro talk to us what is going on dude, is everything going to be ok soon? WE NEED BITBLENDER BRO THATS ELEMENTAL TO DARKNET SHOPPING!!

FUCK!!


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: jerry77 on October 05, 2016, 04:45:00 PM
Ok, the service till yesterday was great, but it shows, that its better to know who is owner of the site.

And it shows that this mixing service is not usefull to park a lot of bitcoins there.

Btw. mixing service might not be an illegal business so why isnt there a legal company providing a mixing service?

Alternativ: http://grams7enufi7jmdl.onion/helix


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: fishfishmyfish on October 05, 2016, 04:48:26 PM
Yeah it is really SHITTY! It's actually my first time to use this service, and I haven't withdrawn my coins!!


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 05, 2016, 04:57:46 PM
Its a DoS attack, im working on fixing it. Everyones coins are safe though so dont worry


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: jerry77 on October 05, 2016, 05:07:19 PM
i think you are right, Alpha is also under attack and down.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: fishfishmyfish on October 05, 2016, 05:56:23 PM
I managed to login just now. Immediately down again...


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 05, 2016, 07:13:41 PM
I have made some changes on my system and it prevents the DoS attack for now.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: jerry77 on October 06, 2016, 12:17:19 AM
it's working now!  :D


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: thewhiterailing on October 12, 2016, 12:05:57 AM
blender THANK YOU so much for fixing the website from those faggot Dos attacks. If you need to add a donation tab or something to keep this software secure like a fortress we can all kick in $5 cuz this fucking Tumbling is ELEMENTAL AND MANDATORY. Keep your head on a swivel bro for those fuckers 24/7 bro. Talk to you soon. Thanks again. Stay strong. Keep it secure.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Hazir on October 12, 2016, 02:31:31 AM
Its a DoS attack, im working on fixing it. Everyones coins are safe though so dont worry
Have you received any demands linked to this DDOS attack? And how exactly you can 'fix' DDOS attack?
From my experience as long as someone is dedicated to keep DDOS attack alive your site will be down.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 12, 2016, 06:29:59 AM
blender THANK YOU so much for fixing the website from those faggot Dos attacks. If you need to add a donation tab or something to keep this software secure like a fortress we can all kick in $5 cuz this fucking Tumbling is ELEMENTAL AND MANDATORY. Keep your head on a swivel bro for those fuckers 24/7 bro. Talk to you soon. Thanks again. Stay strong. Keep it secure.

Thanks for your support! There wont be any donation address, just using the service is enough! Thanks again

Its a DoS attack, im working on fixing it. Everyones coins are safe though so dont worry
Have you received any demands linked to this DDOS attack? And how exactly you can 'fix' DDOS attack?
From my experience as long as someone is dedicated to keep DDOS attack alive your site will be down.

There have been no demands at all, so its just someone that wants my service down. The attack have not stopped, its still going on, I had to change some code on my web service to keep the load down (optimizations), also some configuration settings for the web server. Its working and handles it fine for now.

DoS/DDoS attacks on onion sites are different than on clearnet sites, you can not do amplification attacks with DNS servers for example.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on November 23, 2016, 01:52:11 PM
Bitcoin Blender now supports bumping stuck transactions (deposits) with Child Pays For Parent (CPFP), the extra transaction fee will be paid for by the user.

CPFP was released with Bitcoin Core 0.13.0, so miners running this version or newer will hopefully include these transactions in their blocks.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: kaisersose007 on January 13, 2017, 02:50:06 AM
I created a new account yesterday and had bitcoins paid into the address. Its now been 24 hours later and my deposit is still not relecting. I checked the address on blockchain as suggested and my deposit is reflecting. I have sent two messages via the support window but still no response. Please advise soonest!


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on January 14, 2017, 03:07:04 AM
I created a new account yesterday and had bitcoins paid into the address. Its now been 24 hours later and my deposit is still not relecting. I checked the address on blockchain as suggested and my deposit is reflecting. I have sent two messages via the support window but still no response. Please advise soonest!

I have not received any support messages of this nature, make sure you are using the correct onion URL, bitblendervrfkzr.onion, then write to me from there.

Edit: Turns out he was using wrong URL, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1753833.0


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: apoaltoskoapoal on January 21, 2017, 11:16:49 AM
hi
i've just try yesterday with a little amount of bitcoin to see if it work.
well it's work for me very well.°)
thanks mate


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: mambo77 on July 21, 2017, 10:41:27 PM
hello, what happened to bitblender?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Lutpin on July 24, 2017, 10:35:30 AM
hello, what happened to bitblender?
The .io landing page seems to be down right now, the .onion mixer still works over here.
I've reached out and checked what's going on, will keep you updated.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: midulus on September 05, 2017, 07:38:42 AM
I have just used bit blender and am still waiting for my BTC.anyone else used it lately?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: millsdmb on September 06, 2017, 02:23:32 PM
I see you used the scam site. For anyone else reading, the ONLY way to access the legitimate Bitcoin Blender is via TOR. There is an informational page at https://bitblender.io/ - with instructions on using TOR.

Sorry for the loss of your funds.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: thespiderbitcoin on September 14, 2017, 01:39:35 AM
Hi guys, I sent my money as 7pm to the bit blender with delays of 1 to 5 hours.
My clean bitcoins should already be ready, because it's been more than 5h okay?
I do not understand, does anyone help me?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: millsdmb on September 15, 2017, 10:40:13 PM
Hi guys, I sent my money as 7pm to the bit blender with delays of 1 to 5 hours.
My clean bitcoins should already be ready, because it's been more than 5h okay?
I do not understand, does anyone help me?

any update?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: thespiderbitcoin on September 15, 2017, 11:31:37 PM
I have not received the washed btc yet ... I'm worried.

I have the letter of guarantee

Can you help me?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: millsdmb on September 15, 2017, 11:52:03 PM
what website address did you use?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: thespiderbitcoin on September 16, 2017, 07:58:12 AM
I used this http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/?p=quickmix

It's the correct website

I need to talk to the support because I did everything correctly and my money did not go into my wallet! This is stealing ...

https://blockchain.info/address/1Ga8SWDcmKzNH4uxLR2GJZ5kAoksXAv2pK

I put it in his wallet, okay. I just waited a long time and received nothing! I have the letter of guarantee ... I am very upset with this service


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: millsdmb on September 16, 2017, 08:02:27 AM
I used this http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/?p=quickmix

It's the correct website

I need to talk to the support because I did everything correctly and my money did not go into my wallet! This is stealing ...

https://blockchain.info/address/1Ga8SWDcmKzNH4uxLR2GJZ5kAoksXAv2pK

I put it in his wallet, okay. I just waited a long time and received nothing! I have the letter of guarantee ... I am very upset with this service

There's a support tab when you login to your account and the admin handles everything there.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: millsdmb on September 18, 2017, 04:34:31 PM
did you open a support ticket on the site? your coins have not moved anywhere.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: thespiderbitcoin on September 19, 2017, 10:12:25 AM
Everything has been resolved with support, thanks :)


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: mojorisin258 on October 18, 2017, 03:37:31 AM
Hi, I am having a support issue that is not being resolved.  I deposited coins via quickmix (https://blockchain.info/address/169PAmfBLoyqbxHuhSSeUSmzgeZ33eX2mC (https://blockchain.info/address/169PAmfBLoyqbxHuhSSeUSmzgeZ33eX2mC)) and then another transaction (deposit) after creating an account (https://blockchain.info/address/1MqeETYi9ZARkS4XsP7fC2t9CSLjyvRZTy (https://blockchain.info/address/1MqeETYi9ZARkS4XsP7fC2t9CSLjyvRZTy)) on bitcoin blender and have 7 confirmations on each blockchain.info however my coins are not showing up on the deposit, and the quick mix shows zero confirmations.  I am getting the feeling I am being scammed.  the adress I used / am using is http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion (http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion)


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on October 20, 2017, 05:45:43 AM
Hi, I am having a support issue that is not being resolved.  I deposited coins via quickmix (https://blockchain.info/address/169PAmfBLoyqbxHuhSSeUSmzgeZ33eX2mC (https://blockchain.info/address/169PAmfBLoyqbxHuhSSeUSmzgeZ33eX2mC)) and then another transaction (deposit) after creating an account (https://blockchain.info/address/1MqeETYi9ZARkS4XsP7fC2t9CSLjyvRZTy (https://blockchain.info/address/1MqeETYi9ZARkS4XsP7fC2t9CSLjyvRZTy)) on bitcoin blender and have 7 confirmations on each blockchain.info however my coins are not showing up on the deposit, and the quick mix shows zero confirmations.  I am getting the feeling I am being scammed.  the adress I used / am using is http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion (http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion)

None of those addresses belong to me, I have not received any support message on site for these addresses so you have not contacted me on there.

As you used quickmix you would have gotten the "Blender Guarantee" PGP message. It is a text containing the quickmix deposit address and its destination addresses and is signed by my PGP key, it is impossible to fake and is the perfect proof in these cases. All you need to do is post the PGP message and anyone here can verify the signature and can check the blockchain to see if i have delivered the new coins to its destination or not.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: mojorisin258 on October 24, 2017, 04:11:09 PM
does this address not belong to you 1MqeETYi9ZARkS4XsP7fC2t9CSLjyvRZTy


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: TryNinja on October 24, 2017, 05:28:35 PM
does this address not belong to you 1MqeETYi9ZARkS4XsP7fC2t9CSLjyvRZTy
He just said that it doesn't.

Do like he said and post here the "Blender Guarantee" PGP message that the website generates when you start to mix your coins. Otherwise, you may have fallen for a phishing version of BitBlender and your coins are gone.

[...] and then another transaction (deposit) after creating an account (https://blockchain.info/address/1MqeETYi9ZARkS4XsP7fC2t9CSLjyvRZTy (https://blockchain.info/address/1MqeETYi9ZARkS4XsP7fC2t9CSLjyvRZTy)) on bitcoin blender and have 7 confirmations on each [...]

None of those addresses belong to me, I have not received any support message on site for these addresses so you have not contacted me on there.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: darknetmarkets.co on October 30, 2017, 07:29:28 AM
I see on the onion site that Bitcoin Blender has a referral program. Is there a link to register with them as an affiliate?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: headfigurehands on October 31, 2017, 03:29:15 PM
Edit: removed initial complaint asking for help... *sigh* I got scammed. Being rushed and stressed, I used bitblender.org, rather than the real one... my 0.051 is currently sitting in a scam receiving address: 1E3KvFNnnmk7E7q9Cc7KxruXJugSWSJich

Idiot mistake more than anything :/


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Lutpin on November 06, 2017, 08:22:31 AM
I see on the onion site that Bitcoin Blender has a referral program. Is there a link to register with them as an affiliate?
Create an account, log into it and you will find an affiliate link in your profile section (http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/?p=profile).
There's some conditions applying listed on the page, but you don't have to specifically apply/register as affiliate.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: icepod on November 13, 2017, 11:13:50 PM
oh my god please help
my entire transfer never came through
i liquidated every last penny i had... maxxed out all of my credit cards, and put everything into this
and now it's all missing, it's just completely disappeared, as if it never happened....
but i followed the direct link from darknetmarket's website, bookmarked it
double-checked every link and address, researched this site as much as i could
unfortunately  i didn't find this thread beforehand, but i made sure every address was correct for everything
tested it out with a small transaction first
i put everything i could into this tumble since i'm getting divorced and my wife is trying to take everything she can
the divorce lawyers are looking into everything, i thought that this would at least prevent them from taking everything
but i tumbled everything that i could scrape up, even from the couch cushions, in addition to what she was trying to take
now it's all gone, i can't find anything...  as if i never even initiated the transaction...
i'm totally done for...
i was already on the ledge of sanity to begin with, but this is it, i'm done.....
totally wiped out... i have absolutely nothing left.....
this was literally my first entry into bitcoin, too...
i thought that it was perfect timing, would prevent my wife from stealing my drawers, but now i did it to myself...
i'm so screwed
it's really all gone
i'm done for................
please, let this be a warning
please don't let others fall for this
don't get into bitcoin until it's much more developed and fool-proof
and don't be stupid like me, learn from my mistake, please
cryptocurrencies are here to stay and will better the world, but i was just horribly stupid and made the biggest newbie mistake ever
please don't do the same, please be careful and spread the word to your friends, family, and other people
i'm not going to be a burden on society and sponge off of welfare
so this message must be what i was born to deliver, it's going to be my legacy
let this be a lesson for all who are getting into crypto now, before it becomes easy and fool-proof
but maybe i'm getting out easy
because what's coming in the next few decades is going to be insane
i actually dreamt about this... i saw in my dreams that this would happen, among other things...
but my dreams told me that i had to hurry, that time was of the essence
the timing couldn't have been more perfect for a scripted Greek soap opera tragedy
those of you who profit from cryptocurrencies, please try to make the world a better place
it's really the biggest opportunity for the world to redistribute the wealth to people who will make this world a better place
people who are more knowledgeable, tech-savvy, motivated, entrepreneurial
we need a big influx of those people to leapfrog the human race to the stars, because it's really the last opportunity that the world has for the human race to become multi-planetary before the possibility of our turning into glow-in-the-dark cockroach food turns into reality.
as long as the people who will profit from this re-distribution of wealth end up striving to be like Elon Musk, and not just tanning on your own private Caribbean island for the rest of your life.
the people in power just want to keep everybody down, all the people that kicked ass their whole lives to learn so much and wanted to do so much good for humanity.
i had so many plans... 6 patents that i had planned, and so many ideas....
but it's over for me, i hope that you guys will carry on and succeed, and learn from my lesson... please, reach for the stars.
pay attention to your dreams, because they tell you thing that you need to listen to.
even if you think that they're just manifestations of your subconscious, you need to listen to them.
i had a dream that proved to me that it wasn't just my subconscious without a doubt.....
i guarantee you that most art, especially movies and books, and especially science fiction, originated as dreams
because they're messages. really important messages that we need to listen to, and heed.
please do the best that you guys can
please be good, and follow the Golden Rule
because that's what most religions are based on. that's the most important thing in our lives.
my goal in life has always been: "to have fun, and to do everything i can to help make this universe a better place for all life forms, and to help other life forms. ideally, to have fun WHILE doing everything i can to help make this a better place for all life forms and to help other life forms."
i know that there are a lot of you out there that also beliieve in that.
i know that it must also be elon musk's credo, because he's done exactly what i always wanted to do.
the human race needs those of you that think that way.
that's the only way that we'll every be able to reach the stars, to become a multi-planetary species before we turn ourselves into glow-in-the-dark cockroach food, or any number of disasters happens that can wipe us out.
we don't realize how fragile we are... how much we have to lose. how important it is for us to be nice, considerate, kind, and to live by the Golden Rule.
please, just follow the golden rule, and look into theonereligion.com it can make peace between everybody and all the religions, i saw it all in my dreams
please, do the best that you can.
please, be motivated, because you have very limited time left.
time is of the essence... you must hurry, because what's coming is not going to be pretty.
it's going to be extremely difficult, and you guys must prepare yourselves as much as you can.

good luck, and godspeed
i wish you all the luck in the universe
but just keep the faith, stay positive, believe in good, don't give in to the dark side, because it will consume you.
i'm sorry for babbling on... i'm sure nobody's even going to read this. i'm sorry for wasting your time if you did...
be calm and carry on
and may the schwartz be with you! :)

-----------------------
edit: damnit, i didn't take enough sleeping pills
chester, i'm coming... we're going to hang out really soon, first round is on me


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: whambam2 on December 04, 2017, 01:44:12 AM
I used the QR code given to to me from the bitcoin-blender site and deposited money to my account. It has not shown up.

Here is the Blockchain information.

https://blockchain.info/tx/010a6bc08c0f8b5cd5e60e2ee5c1d8b4660288b02f0588303570c990a54d334d

Please fix.

Whambam


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Lutpin on December 04, 2017, 04:21:58 AM
Please fix.
Try the site-integrated support option,
or post the signed pgp letter of guarantee.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: whambam2 on December 04, 2017, 03:17:11 PM
I have used the site-integrated option, and just submitted another msg. Waiting on answer. Thank you.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: DNOdin on December 07, 2017, 06:10:44 AM
Hi I had a an amount of bitcoin in your blender system but I just recently sent some BTC to make a withdrawl. After a long wait for it to finally be sent, it logged out and im pretty sure it got compromised because I used the same password.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: whambam2 on December 07, 2017, 07:55:36 PM
Is there a time when you answer your site integrated messages? I sent many of them and have not had a response. Please let me know.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: beloKuva on December 08, 2017, 03:22:20 PM
@blender

Hi,
I used:
http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/
at least, thats what shown in browser right now.
Maybe, if there was a scam, it redirected me. There's no history or back-button in the browser I am using. In this site I used the contact form 2 times, but it seems to have gotten lost.
Could you tell me, if this is your signature?
If so, why are my coins taking so long to arrive?
If not, well then I got scammed by someone else, I guess.
Scam even did a QuickMix Id and showed coins arriving at intermediite adress and provided the PGP-thingy.


-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

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Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: TryNinja on December 08, 2017, 09:04:27 PM
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Signature looks valid.

Verified with the key found at Bitblender's second post and at his website[1].

https://i.imgur.com/DSqfusn.png

[1] http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/bitcoinblender-public-key.txt


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: whambam2 on December 08, 2017, 09:29:57 PM
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Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Lutpin on December 09, 2017, 03:35:46 AM
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This is a signed message using the Bitcoin Blender PGP key certifying that address 17i3aE69aBw6djuqjfqnuwMqtX7reHP37S has been created by Bitcoin Blender. Coins sent to this address (minimum amount is 0.02 BTC) between 2017-12-04 12:54 UTC and 2017-12-06 12:54 UTC will be mixed and new coins sent to 16nwbEWtLDkAquVkZMMen4bU8FuEF63vaN

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Let's take a look at this PGP message, one by one.

"This is a signed message using the Bitcoin Blender PGP key certifying that address 17i3aE69aBw6djuqjfqnuwMqtX7reHP37S has been created by Bitcoin Blender. Coins sent to this address (minimum amount is 0.02 BTC) between 2017-12-04 12:54 UTC and 2017-12-06 12:54 UTC will be mixed and new coins sent to 16nwbEWtLDkAquVkZMMen4bU8FuEF63vaN"



"This is a signed message using the Bitcoin Blender PGP key certifying that address 17i3aE69aBw6djuqjfqnuwMqtX7reHP37S has been created by Bitcoin Blender. [...]"
Ok, that part gives us the address - https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/address/17i3aE69aBw6djuqjfqnuwMqtX7reHP37S

"Coins sent to this address (minimum amount is 0.02 BTC) [...]"

That part gives us a minimum amount.

And lets look at your transaction.
596e906703a9460ba0c12e4d9a4a45444daa451659107e4b7949cee28437d5d3 (https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/tx/596e906703a9460ba0c12e4d9a4a45444daa451659107e4b7949cee28437d5d3)
17i3aE69aBw6djuqjfqnuwMqtX7reHP37S (0.00816000)

Conclusion: You did not read about the minimum amount for a quickmix and sent 0.00816 BTC, which is below the 0.02 BTC minimum.
You were not scammed, you didn't send enough BTC.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: beloKuva on December 09, 2017, 01:27:42 PM
@TryNinja
@Lutpin
thank you for helping puzzle this out.
0.02 btc is a lot more fiat, than it used to, so this caught me of guard.
@blender
I hope this reaches you here, as your onion site seems to keep eating my inputs.
I know this was my mistake, but could you refund me anyway?
Also having a conversion into Dollars on Site would go a long way in preventing ppl
in making this mistake again, in the way of (minimum amount is 0.02 BTC (approximately 300 dollars)
in big bold sparkly font, as it is very impotrant


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Lutpin on December 09, 2017, 03:03:09 PM
I hope this reaches you here, as your onion site seems to keep eating my inputs.
I know this was my mistake, but could you refund me anyway?
Use the support ticket option to reach out, you'll get a faster answer than on here.

Also having a conversion into Dollars on Site would go a long way in preventing ppl in making this mistake again, in the way of (minimum amount is 0.02 BTC (approximately 300 dollars) in big bold sparkly font, as it is very impotrant
The minimum comes from transaction costs during the mixing, rather than fiat conversion.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: ShairAfzal on December 10, 2017, 07:31:37 AM
There is a phishing site that is pretty high on google search results of bitcoin blender, its the third in the list. Its important to use the correct URL and it can be found on the first post on this thread.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Lutpin on December 13, 2017, 05:25:25 PM
I had made a small deposit of bitcoins on to my Bitcoin-Blender account (UserID RonCally3), whilst logged in to URL bitcoin-blender.com (so not the phishing site) and the coins have not appeared despite being confirmed on the transaction in block-chain.
There is no clearnet site you can log into.
The clearnet site is fully informational, you cannot make deposits or register accounts there.
The only vaild URL for BitBlender is http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/ (TOR).


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: beloKuva on December 15, 2017, 06:32:54 PM
Cleared it all up with support and got the money forwarded after all.
I'll know about the minimum deposit for next time.
Support was nice and helpful.
Will use the service in the future.

Sorry for all the drama and thanks for verifying PGP!


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Mers on December 15, 2017, 09:20:09 PM
Hello,

Page offline? Is this just a short downtime or exit scam?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: huntercrow2 on December 15, 2017, 09:39:41 PM
all working fine now


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Lutpin on December 15, 2017, 09:55:11 PM
Support was nice and helpful. Will use the service in the future.
Sorry for all the drama and thanks for verifying PGP!
Glad we could help and your issue got sorted out.



Page offline? Is this just a short downtime or exit scam?
Working fine over here.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: qnix on December 17, 2017, 05:02:58 AM
i have bitcoin thats been stuck in incoming for about 5 days now. any idea whats going on or what i can do?


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on December 17, 2017, 12:51:36 PM
i have bitcoin thats been stuck in incoming for about 5 days now. any idea whats going on or what i can do?

Coins are added to your balance once the transaction have 2 confirmations, if your wallet supports it you can do RBF or you can try to do CPFP if you sent the change output to your own wallet.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on December 17, 2017, 01:46:46 PM
New fee system on Bitcoin Blender, new minimum deposit amount and minimum withdraw amount.

I have always had a minimum withdraw limit of 0.01 BTC but with the raise of bitcoins value this is almost 200 USD now, many users are requesting that i lower this restriction.

I do not want a minimum amount, it is only there because the service fee (1-3%) I take must cover the bitcoin transaction fees i pay for mixing the coins and withdraws, if the user deposited amount is too low i lose bitcoins mixing them because the transaction fee costs are higher than what i earn in service fee.

If i could i would not have minimum restrictions at all.

When I checked https://bitcoinfees.earn.com/ a few days ago, a normal transaction (226 bytes) needed 0.001 BTC to be confirmed in the next block.

If each withdraw made from Blender costs me 0.001 BTC to send I lose bitcoin on users who mix below 0.1 BTC if the randomized fee is 1%.

The solution is not to raise the minimum withdraw to 0.1 BTC and turn away even more users. And i also do not want to shut down.

So I have instead decided to add an extra fee per deposit made to Blender on top of the normal 1-3% randomized service fee.
This extra fee will be based on my bitcoin nodes current estimated fee of a 1 block confirmation time, it is the same fee estimation i use on sending withdraws.

Unfortunately this creates a minimum amount for deposits which i did not previously have, for example if the current estimated transaction fee is 0.00098 BTC and you make a deposit with lower than that value you will receive 0 BTC in your balance for that deposit.

If the deposited value is lower than the current fee to spend the coins they are worthless and I will not be able to help users which deposit values that is too low.

There are now two fees taken on new deposits.

Service fee: Randomized between 1-3%
Transaction fee: currently this is around 0.00098 BTC, is based on the estimated fee of a 1 block confirmation time,  and adjusts dynamically, this value will be displayed on the deposit page.

New minimum withdraw limit is lowered from 0.01 BTC to 0.001 BTC.



Best regards,
Bitblender


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on December 21, 2017, 08:25:38 PM
i have bitcoin thats been stuck in incoming for about 5 days now. any idea whats going on or what i can do?

Coins are added to your balance once the transaction have 2 confirmations, if your wallet supports it you can do RBF or you can try to do CPFP if you sent the change output to your own wallet.


Hi, I'm having the same problem.  I used the quickmix feature yet I"m unable to check the status any longer.  How do I do RBF or CPFP/how do I know if my wallet supports it?  Is there any way I can just get refunded?  Here's my proof:

https://imgur.com/EG706TB.jpg

And here's my transaction

https://imgur.com/qPsJIo2.jpg


Hi,

I dont do support on the forums, message me through the website.

A quickmix is only valid for two days and is then expired, after this you can not check the status of it on the website.

Save all the details of the quickmix, when the deposit is confirmed and if the coins has not been sent to the destination you can contact me with the details and i will solve it.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on December 21, 2017, 09:07:33 PM
The new fee system explained in my post above have now been activated.
The information have been displayed on the website for 4 days before activating the new fee.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Nanolite on December 24, 2017, 11:40:31 PM
Thiefs. you took me $36 fees only to deposit to your site!
not enough miner fees are hige you take huge fee too ? i suggest everyone's to move to another mixer.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on December 25, 2017, 10:05:47 AM
Thiefs. you took me $36 fees only to deposit to your site!
not enough miner fees are hige you take huge fee too ? i suggest everyone's to move to another mixer.

That is correct!

Users now have to pay for the cost of transactions on Blender because the 1-3% randomized service fee is not enough to cover the costs of bitcoin transactions when users want to mix only 0.01 BTC or even less.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: TomVol on December 26, 2017, 06:23:28 AM
Hello.

I withdrew coins with Bitcoin Blender, but they did not arrive at the specified wallet address, where are they?

The transaction is not shown on the blockchain.info. Tell me how to return the coins back to my account on a Bitcoin Blender, or to my wallet on the stock exchange.

I wrote to the support service on the Bitcoin Blender's website, but so far there is no answer

Thank you


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: thebackwardsdog on December 30, 2017, 11:32:40 PM
Hi, i used your service, deposited a good amount more than the minimum and the coins show in the address on blockchain but arnt being deposited
any help? i did create a support but haven't received any response

PGP signed guarantee

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Hash: SHA1

Quickmix deposit address: 1LNnJG9bVxhdP8d7yc9iEJFVDr6p7b15r1
Destination address for new coins: 19MYS53hy2pJ4z4bBM4G22UhSK6tq8WyA9

Quickmix is valid between 2017-12-29 04:47 UTC and 2017-12-31 04:47 UTC.

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Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: shakka59 on January 10, 2018, 05:57:54 PM
Hi i used your service but deposited under 0.01 and it has not reached the wallet. when i check blockchain it says the transaction has been confirmed.  I have left several messages on the support page but no response.  can someone help this is all my bitcoins. any help appreciated,
thanks
Shakka59


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: piotreksurf on January 22, 2018, 10:11:55 PM
Hi guys. I have the same problem. I deposited approx. 8.5 mBTC  and it hasn't reached the wallet. The transaction does show up as confirmed on blockchain info however. No reply from the support so far. Any ideas on what's going on? The ID is: 1HdPDJNLCG7f7YXme3yrkXJh5F5f1bJqsQ


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: piotreksurf on January 23, 2018, 08:55:25 AM
S.O.S! Any ideas on how to contact Blender? The issue remains unresolved. I've sent approx 0.085 BTC and they don't show up in the wallet, despite being. confirmed on the blockchain info. I am really puzzled guys. Any help would be much appreciated.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Lutpin on January 23, 2018, 11:06:11 PM
Since they dont do support via bitcointalk and are only rarely active on here, try the site integrated support system.
Make sure you're on the correct site, the only valid url is http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Gancho on February 26, 2018, 05:54:59 PM
can anyone access http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/ ?

i only get this error (using tor browser):

The connection has timed out
The server at bitblendervrfkzr.onion is taking too long to respond.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: donny12 on February 26, 2018, 07:22:18 PM
Same error, I think they will be back online.
Using this service for a few years.

can anyone access http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/ ?

i only get this error (using tor browser):

The connection has timed out
The server at bitblendervrfkzr.onion is taking too long to respond.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: donny12 on February 26, 2018, 07:35:49 PM
Up and running, keep mixing !


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on March 18, 2018, 05:47:18 PM
New deposit addresses will be segwit (P2SH).
Support sending/withdrawing to Bech32 addresses.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: jeangenie on March 19, 2018, 06:59:56 PM
Hi All. I just want to make sure that the url stated in this thread is still the true one for the authentic Bitcoin Blender site. I had registered on a different url site but when the link to DeepDotWeb stopped working today I became suspicious and found this thread with an alternative url. Although everything corresponds between Blender's comments and the site/url I have now signed up for, some extra reassurance would be great (recently got scammed by a fake tumbling service and can't afford to have that happen again!). Thanks in advance for any assistance!


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: datguy1 on March 21, 2018, 06:24:20 PM
If you were to mix a large number of bitcoin using this service can you please tell me the best way to do it to ensure it is done correctly and to maximize the anonymous nature of the service and to avoid any problems like getting scammed etc

I am just looking for best practice from users who have done this before and have experience using this service as this is my 1st time any further information will be greatly appreciated

Many thanks


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: tripsitac on March 23, 2018, 07:56:09 AM
I can't seem to log in to http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/.  there's no login link any more, just "Home" and "Two Factor Authentication" and "Cancel" tabs.  the 2fa link just has an empty form box.  I can't figure out where to file a ticket as mentioned earlier in this thread a bunch. 

I wondered if I was having problems with a script blocking extension or something so I disabled all of them, doesn't seem to have fixed the problem.  Any suggestions?  The site has been broken for me for several days.  :(


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on March 24, 2018, 09:21:09 PM
Hi All. I just want to make sure that the url stated in this thread is still the true one for the authentic Bitcoin Blender site. I had registered on a different url site but when the link to DeepDotWeb stopped working today I became suspicious and found this thread with an alternative url. Although everything corresponds between Blender's comments and the site/url I have now signed up for, some extra reassurance would be great (recently got scammed by a fake tumbling service and can't afford to have that happen again!). Thanks in advance for any assistance!

The URL in the first post in this thread is correct, the same URL is in the signature of all my posts.
You can also verify that the Proof of Ownership PGP message (found on the deposit page) is correctly signed by my PGP key.

Once you have registered you can add a PGP key to activate 2 Factor Authentication.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on March 24, 2018, 09:38:23 PM
If you were to mix a large number of bitcoin using this service can you please tell me the best way to do it to ensure it is done correctly and to maximize the anonymous nature of the service and to avoid any problems like getting scammed etc

I am just looking for best practice from users who have done this before and have experience using this service as this is my 1st time any further information will be greatly appreciated

Many thanks

Register account on correct URL, add a PGP key. Remember the correct URL.

Mixing slowly is the best way: Deposit 50 BTC spread out over your 5 deposit addresses, then create withdraws to maybe 8 addresses with randomized delays, 2-12 hours for example. Login again after 12 hours, remove your old deposit addresses and create new ones, deposit, create new withdraws. Repeat for a few months until you are done.

You can read a guide here https://bitblender.io/guide.html it explains why using multiple destinations on withdraws, randomized fees on the mixer and randomized delays on withdraws are important.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: blender on March 24, 2018, 09:40:18 PM
I can't seem to log in to http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/.  there's no login link any more, just "Home" and "Two Factor Authentication" and "Cancel" tabs.  the 2fa link just has an empty form box.  I can't figure out where to file a ticket as mentioned earlier in this thread a bunch. 

I wondered if I was having problems with a script blocking extension or something so I disabled all of them, doesn't seem to have fixed the problem.  Any suggestions?  The site has been broken for me for several days.  :(

So you have Two Factor Authentication activated on your account, if the text box where the encrypted message with the One Time Password should be is empty it is probably because the PGP key is expired.

Register new account and talk with me through support.


Title: Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Blender, anonymous bitcoin mixer
Post by: Gvest on April 03, 2018, 06:52:02 PM
I just test this service and it works! Thank you! :)