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March 18, 2018, 01:31:46 PM
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At the last major exchange, crypto-currencies force their users to reveal their identity, to photograph the person, passport, etc., which contradicts the very idea of crypto-currency. Are there any crypto-exchange exchanges in darknet? I think this is not a busy niche for business.
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March 18, 2018, 01:40:12 PM
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No, even if you found one maybe they probably scam. Trading or exchanging our coin on darknet is risky imo.

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March 18, 2018, 02:00:37 PM
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IMO you'd be much better off trying to find an anonymous place on the clearnet.  Just go on LocalBitcoins and try to find a seller that trades with cash in person.  If you can't find anyone on there, just find someone else in person.

You could use a developing decentralised exchange like this as well - decentralised exchanges don't have much liquidity yet but I think that could change in the future.

For anonymous altcoin trading you could try using Shapeshift.

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March 18, 2018, 02:10:23 PM
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Hi people!
At the last major exchange, crypto-currencies force their users to reveal their identity, to photograph the person, passport, etc., which contradicts the very idea of crypto-currency. Are there any crypto-exchange exchanges in darknet? I think this is not a busy niche for business.

The reason is for that, exchange websites need to know where and to whom the money is sent to clarify you are not frauding, cheating and not contribute to terrorism. If you really want to verify your account with legal policies then you need to verify your account with passport and some other options. But if you want, you can try DarkNet for enabling safety of your identity, plus you can lose much more in there.
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March 18, 2018, 02:46:53 PM
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Bisq is good. I don't know where you from, but selling and buying coins locally is good too if you want to hide your personal info.
Security could be the issue though.
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March 18, 2018, 02:54:35 PM
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Hi people!
At the last major exchange, crypto-currencies force their users to reveal their identity, to photograph the person, passport, etc., which contradicts the very idea of crypto-currency. Are there any crypto-exchange exchanges in darknet? I think this is not a busy niche for business.
If was destined to be like this in the future and the government will force them to use KYC if not they will end up in trouble and now things are changing for sure,why you want to go to darknet when you have decentralized cryptocurrency exchange if you are worried about providing your identity,as
ETFbitcoin said you wont find a very huge volume like we have in other exchanges because it will take some time for people to understand the idea and start trading in those decentralized exchanges.

Here is the list of a few Decentralized exchanges,there are many more,you can select your favorite with more volume.

1.Idex
2.OpenLedger
3.Waves Decentralized Exchange
4.Oasis

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March 28, 2018, 05:41:30 PM
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The reason is for that, exchange websites need to know where and to whom the money is sent to clarify you are not frauding, cheating and not contribute to terrorism. If you really want to verify your account with legal policies then you need to verify your account with passport and some other options. But if you want, you can try DarkNet for enabling safety of your identity, plus you can lose much more in there.

Crypto-currencies were created to preserve privacy and deceive the government. Any government is a gang that robs and oppresses its own people. The state is the enemy of man! Therefore, to deceive the government and hide the income is good! And what is terrorism if not a logical response to imperialism? Terrorists around the world are fighting for the freedom of their countries against the imperialism of developed countries, primarily such as the United States. Terrorism will disappear when imperialism disappears.
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