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February 23, 2017, 03:42:52 PM
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Hey there guys

I'm wondering if I send funds to an exchange and then withdraw the funds to another wallet, would it be possible to track this?

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February 23, 2017, 03:54:30 PM
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It is possible to trace by the exchange, of course.

Also people looking at the blockchain will know you send coins to that particular exchange.

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February 23, 2017, 04:17:52 PM
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Hey there guys

I'm wondering if I send funds to an exchange and then withdraw the funds to another wallet, would it be possible to track this?

Thank you for any replies.


This is an interesting question,people  can always trace where you sent and received your bitcoin but if you receive your coin to another wallet,I don't think they can trace you as the owner,provided that it is not part of your wallets ,so you can send using blockchain and received it via coinbase,I don't think they will know the owner..

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February 23, 2017, 04:20:55 PM
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You didn't mention the exchange so in general , someone could easily track your coins. Exchanges could however be considered as a mixing service unless you are providing your ID to the exchange , that could lead straight to you. If we are speaking about individuals now , then If you are using the exchange smart and withdrawing to another address that will make things harder. If we are speaking about the exchange Itself then I'm pretty sure they have a database full of all the withdrawal and depositing process and there is no way of misleading them.

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February 23, 2017, 04:33:35 PM
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Hey there guys

I'm wondering if I send funds to an exchange and then withdraw the funds to another wallet, would it be possible to track this?

Thank you for any replies.


who are you trying to hide from?

if it is regular people, then no it is not possible to track this because most exchanges do the same thing as mixers, they mix the funds and your withdrawal will be from another address.

but if it is from the law enforcement, then yes it is traceable. they can easily contact the exchange service and ask then who, when, and where and the exchanges keep a full record.

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February 23, 2017, 04:42:16 PM
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Average Joe will not be able to follow your Bitcoin flow, but the exchange you use will be able to. So will everybody who has access to these date too. But they will be able to link these transactions to the name provided by you (real or fake). And if you used a fake one and think you are safe, then keep in mind that they can follow you tracks after you withdraw/send from the exchange.

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February 23, 2017, 04:56:33 PM
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I'm wondering if I send funds to an exchange and then withdraw the funds to another wallet, would it be possible to track this?
Theoritically, if you have verified your exchange account then all your bitcoin (both deposit and withdraw) addresses are bind to you automatically. So easily find-able when someone queries about your address to the exchange admin through legal systems.

If you are planning for using exchange as a mixing services, I like to say "DO NOT". Use specific services for specific applications. You cannot pre-assume future consequences. Precautions will save thousand dollars.
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February 23, 2017, 05:01:48 PM
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Hey there guys

I'm wondering if I send funds to an exchange and then withdraw the funds to another wallet, would it be possible to track this?

Thank you for any replies.

From address to address it is traceable, yes. In exchanges, it depends on what kind of tracking do you mean? Afaik, unlike a normal btc wallet exchange wallets haave their tos which I think it is safe to assume that they do track and keep record of each and every transaction you make while you are using them.
That's mainly why if I use my exchange wallet I use mixers to clean the coi ad make surethat it has no trace of where it comes from specially if it's from gambling or etc . which they don't support. You can try te mixer I use in my sig btw if you want to keep your coins untraceable. Wink
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February 23, 2017, 05:17:26 PM
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Yes they are traceable that's why the blockchain is a public ledger. Why are you asking in the first place? Do you plan on doing some anonymous transactions?if yes,  Hope it's nothing illegal



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February 23, 2017, 05:36:12 PM
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There are ways around it, and this has been discussed in detail in many posts on this forum. A quick search will yield results. However, the blockchain being a public ledger means basic transactions can be traced and looked up by practically anybody.
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something that has not yet been mentioned is the log-keeping-policy.
the exchanges keep logs of everything, and that includes your deposit address, your withdrawal address, your IP address and all the other information you provide to the exchange service by the time of sign up. which makes tractability easy.

but a mixer promises not to keep logs. if they keep their promise there is not many easy ways of tracking.

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February 23, 2017, 06:06:31 PM
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Hey there guys

I'm wondering if I send funds to an exchange and then withdraw the funds to another wallet, would it be possible to track this?

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maybe i think you want to send fiat to exchange and you buy bitcoin after that you send your bitcoin into another wallet. and if your mean is like this, i think the exchange can trace where is your bitcoin destination because the exchange is hold the data from your depost and how much you bought bitcoin and where you send your bitcoin. so i think its possible to track this as the exchange have all ID from their members so they can easily to trace their customer.

but i don't think that exchange can trace wallet address from one wallet into other wallet because the wallet don't have the name of sender or receiver bitcoin because its only wallet address.
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February 23, 2017, 07:15:05 PM
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Hey there guys

I'm wondering if I send funds to an exchange and then withdraw the funds to another wallet, would it be possible to track this?

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It can be traced by the people who control the exchange, but it is going to be hard for normal people to trace the transaction. But exchanges can be used for tumbling if you know what you are doing.
If you wish to hide your transactions from tracing, you can use bitcoin mixer services.


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February 24, 2017, 11:50:36 AM
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It depends on the amount of information.
If you only know he send amount x to exchange y.. you probably wont be able to trace the coins further if you dont know exactly when he withdrawded his coins..
If you do know the time he/she withdrawed his funds you could start a blockchain analysis.
If you have the information the exchange has.. its easy to trace your transactions..

But if you Mix your coins before and after exchanging.. there is no real trace/connection between those funds.

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