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March 21, 2018, 06:22:51 PM
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No offense, but I think it's a waste of time using a mixing service with these amount of Bitcoin; 0.006BTC=358.64USD, 0.006BTC=53.86USD, and 0.006BTC=71.73USD. Also, I don't think online thieves would be interested in it too? Try mixing coins that worth millions or even hundreds of dollars and let's see what will happen.  Cool



There is mixing service still live in the market buddy. After bitmixer closed their service. now cryptomixer and chipmixer are take the mixing service market now and people are also trusted chipmixer as a suggestable one for any mixing service.
I still I do not under why people still saying bitcoin mixing work is helpful for terrorists and others.
At first I want to mention that this thread was created in August, why do you people bump it now?
And then, bitcoin mixing is used for that reasons, other people don't need that extra privacy. If you have white and clean shirt, why will you wash it? You need to wash when it's dirt (just example).
And also want to mention that bitblender and cryptomixer are old ones, cryptomixer has proved it's reserves too.

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March 21, 2018, 06:47:21 PM
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Bitcoin basically anonymous transaction but with mixing their coin, it's far become untraceable and become more difficult to find the source.
So some group may have advantage for using this kind of service

Bitcoin isn't anonymous at all, and especially not when it comes to the majority of the people. In most cases people buy their first coins from an exchange, where in current times account verification is a must, so all the coins they withdraw from that exchange, will have their personal information attached to them. In order to get rid of that personal taint, people mix their coins. It's as simple as that. Bitcoin is no longer the preferred way of settling illegal transactions, where I have been seeing privacy centric coins as Monero gain more popularity. I am just waiting for the day these privacy based currencies start being the main currency on dark net markets -- the sooner that happens, the sooner we get rid of the idiots blaming Bitcoin for everything that happens.
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March 21, 2018, 08:07:40 PM
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I value my privacy and loved Bitmixer.io but it is gone.
Agree with you privacy needs to be valued and guarded jealously

What is the next best one that doesn't rip you off? Thanks..
Not sure want you mearnt by "rip you off" but I know two tumblers which have easy reference from the forum https://chipmixer.com(*bitcoin only) and https://www.privcoin.io which mixes other altcoins besides bitcoin.
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March 26, 2018, 09:16:09 PM
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Not sure want you mearnt by "rip you off" but I know two tumblers which have easy reference from the forum https://chipmixer.com(*bitcoin only) and https://www.privcoin.io which mixes other altcoins besides bitcoin.

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March 27, 2018, 03:15:46 AM
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Bitcoin basically anonymous transaction but with mixing their coin, it's far become untraceable and become more difficult to find the source.
So some group may have advantage for using this kind of service

Bitcoin isn't anonymous at all, and especially not when it comes to the majority of the people. In most cases people buy their first coins from an exchange, where in current times account verification is a must, so all the coins they withdraw from that exchange, will have their personal information attached to them. In order to get rid of that personal taint, people mix their coins. It's as simple as that. Bitcoin is no longer the preferred way of settling illegal transactions, where I have been seeing privacy centric coins as Monero gain more popularity. I am just waiting for the day these privacy based currencies start being the main currency on dark net markets -- the sooner that happens, the sooner we get rid of the idiots blaming Bitcoin for everything that happens.
The privacy focused coins are more likely to be outlawed. At least more likely than a mixing website being outlawed. Even if a mixing website is outlawed a new one can pop up, but if an entire coin is outlawed? No idea how that shakes out.

Can somebody answer why bitmixer closed anyways?
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