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Millondo
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July 08, 2017, 03:44:19 PM
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Hello everybody,

we would like to introduce the new world of anonymous coin exchange. Our service is called coinexchange and we are operating on the hidden web.

Our services:
Anonymous Bitcoin => Monero exchange
Anonymous Monero => Bitcoin exchange
A fee of only 2 percent
All communication between our servers is encrypted and through tor

Will be introduced in the near future:
Anonymous coin to fiat exchange service (cash by mail)


To everyone - please enjoy our new service for the community! If you have any questions or suggestions and advises how we can improve our service, don't hesitate to contact us at coinexchange@torbox3uiot6wchz.onion

Interested?

Then visit our service at: coinexuoa5akc6rf.onion

Sincerely yours,



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July 10, 2017, 12:37:03 AM
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Not sure about fees on the darkweb, but 2% seems a bit high.
Compare that to most places with about a .2% exchange fee, and you seem a little exorbitant.

Also, there is already a coinexchange.io, so not sure if you are affiliated with them? Guessing not?
Concerned. Exchanges can be shady enough without having them be almost untraceable. Wink

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July 12, 2017, 04:55:17 AM
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Dark web businesses are different and very scary at least i have been scammed more than 5 times from different websites while trying to buy one thing or the other.

I now know how to verify businesses on darkweb to know if it is legit or not, i will do a quick check and tell you my findings.  

I do not have much time to do your dig but on the surface, a good exchange site must have a minimum balance in the account and it should not have a minimum transaction amount.

Good luck.
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July 12, 2017, 06:58:38 AM
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I certainly can't trust any services/marketplace/exchange on darknet, unless they're very popular and have very good reputation. I would rather use trusted exchange which allow trade without verify with lower fees and use fake identity with secure connection.

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July 12, 2017, 07:47:54 AM
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Anonymous coin exchange is good when the exchange offers anonymous exchanges, but it is of serious concern when the exchange itself is anonymous. I am afraid, given the so many scams coming up by the hour, people will not be interested in an exchange who do not disclose their identity.
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July 14, 2017, 08:15:58 AM
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Sorry for the late response, but we are very busy at the moment.

@shaw1
No we am not affiliated with any exchange (except the exchange rates, we grab them from an API). 2% fee is not that high, because you have to compare this with other (legit) mixing services where you pay 3 - 4 % mixing fee. If you are mixing your coins with my service, you are welcome to do this. (Exchange BTC to XMR, because XMR can be mixed decentralized and are that way untraceable).

@saqwe
Yeah you are welcome to do this.

@sweetdesirez
It is important that the exchange is anonymous, if the exchange wants to offer anonymous coin exchange, because that way we are much more independent. No government can force us to publish or forward any data, because they do not even know who we are.

Best regards,


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July 22, 2017, 11:09:50 AM
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Hello everyone,

first of all we would like to say thank you to all who already used our service.
Thanks for the trust.

Today we proudly announce the introduction of anonymous BTC / XMR to euro exchange (only inside the EU).
We are taking a fee of 5 % and you will get the money through cash by mail.

So have a look at our site,

Yours sincerely,


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July 22, 2017, 01:14:48 PM
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@shaw1
2% fee is not that high, because you have to compare this with other (legit) mixing services where you pay 3 - 4 % mixing fee.
Yes. This is quite high. I've actually never seen a mixing service charging 3 - 4% in fees.

ChipMixer = 0% fees | BitMixer = 0.5% fees | BitBlender = 1% fees

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July 24, 2017, 08:47:34 AM
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Tor is not a place which can be trusted with money.
We understand that anonymity is a good option, but it should be for the ones who exchange, not the exchange itself.  If the exchange is anonymous, how will people trust you with their money ?

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August 15, 2017, 05:18:37 PM
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Hello everybody,

since there were some complaints for our site we have improved the main things which were complaint.

The first thing is, that we have done some bootstrapping, so it does not look that bad anymore.
Secondly we have decreased our fees, now we are only taking 1 percent on crypto to crypte exchanges and 4 percent on crypto to cash exchanges.
We also have added some links (independent forums) on our side where we can be reviewed to make it easier to trust us.
Last but not least we have implemented a way better error handling, you now get much better errormessages if something did not work.

Best regards,



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August 16, 2017, 12:00:24 AM
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This is a dangerous game to play for your customers (or potential customers). A new exchange with no aged presence in the cryptocurrency market, a new account here promoting this exchange.

This is an ongoing cycle. Reputable established exchangers are implementing complicated withdrawal procedures, complaints and news of which are littering this forum, often locking accounts or freezing funds indefinitely.

How do you intend to address the trust issue? Anonymous trading seems to be tempting for most of those who do not want to divulge their identities but how can you strike a balance between sustaining a safe and liquid operation while also inviting people to inject bitcoins into your exchange without compromising the safety of their coins. I'm not accusing you of operating a fraudulent exchange. I'm just trying to figure out how to overcome the enormous trust barrier here. A new exchange is a risky place to trade in, let alone store coins on.

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August 16, 2017, 07:26:23 AM
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Contrary to anybody opinion on this thread, i strongly feels that http://coinexuoa5akc6rf.onion is a scam site because of the high limit of funds needed for transactions, i however stand to be corrected.
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