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November 03, 2017, 05:23:57 PM
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can any one track my IP of wallet or from my address ?? Because i see some wallet can detect my ip so may be them save it
how can police know about bitcoin users?

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November 03, 2017, 05:33:25 PM
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can any one track my IP of wallet or from my address ?? Because i see some wallet can detect my ip so may be them save it

The bitcoin protocol does not require an IP address.

It is possible to engage in bitcoin transactions without connecting the transaction or bitcoin address to any IP address.

However, if you choose to use bitcoin in a way that allows others to connect your transaction or bitcoin address to your IP address, then the people and systems that you share it with will be able to record it and share it with others if they want to.

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November 03, 2017, 06:06:42 PM
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Additional to explanations from preposter:
Yes, your IP can be detected and tracked in an indirect way. If you provided your data/IP/Address/name at a service/online wallet/ exchanger and more, that gives out them to third party, your whole transactions can be followed. If you don't want that, you could use a mixer, f.e. chipmixer or pay attention to not leave your data somewhere and you should use VPN.
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