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March 28, 2019, 04:24:01 PM
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Hello bitblender.

Today one of your staff,  the user nutildah left a negative feedback in my account,  I think he is trying to scam me and he will ask for money to remove the negative feedback,  can you please tell your staff nutildah to remove the negative feedback from my account,  thank you.
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March 28, 2019, 04:26:04 PM
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Hello bitblender.

Today one of your staff,  the user nutildah left a negative feedback in my account,  I think he is trying to scam me and he will ask for money to remove the negative feedback,  can you please tell your staff nutildah to remove the negative feedback from my account,  thank you.
1. Nutildah isn’t anyones staff. He’s just promoting BitBlender on his signature, the same way I am with ChipMixer (P.S: I’m also not their staff).

2. The negative trust is deserved.

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April 22, 2019, 03:26:37 PM
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I deposited coins into this mixer last night. I logged back into the account. My account was different. I added a new deposit account with the button. It crested a new address. I sent coins. When I logged back into the account. That address was gone. Now this dude is saying The address I send the coins to isn't a bit blender address. WTF Where is my money? And yes I was at the right url. Support answered back.
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April 24, 2019, 06:46:46 AM
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Is bitblender.io official and secure to use? The SSL certificate is not valid:

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April 24, 2019, 10:51:39 AM
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Is bitblender.io official and secure to use? The SSL certificate is not valid:
It was working fine yesterday, i am not sure what happened now, you can use their  Tor site, it is a trusted site with years of service and make sure you reach the authentic site as there are many phishing sites.

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April 24, 2019, 08:07:38 PM
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Is bitblender.io official and secure to use? The SSL certificate is not valid:

https://i.imgur.com/kWWjdBb.jpg

Nah bro. It ain't safe. Either this dudes website can easily be exploited, it's got bugs, or the owner is a straight up thief.

I created a user on the dudes website. Added a new deposit address. And deposited to it:
31pVJBVbRmoFyeebUpi2GMdMMAq5EVKR1M
The dude is basically saying that's not a Bitblender address...

I know for a fact I created the damn address and the dude has a copy of the private key.
But the fool ain't even looking or just waiting to take the money.. Find a more reliable alternative.
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April 24, 2019, 08:23:01 PM
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Maybe it was a temporary issue with their certificate or just an issue on your side because it's fine here (secure and their SSL certificate is valid/working).



Nah bro. It ain't safe. Either this dudes website can easily be exploited, it's got bugs, or the owner is a straight up thief.

I created a user on the dudes website. Added a new deposit address. And deposited to it:
31pVJBVbRmoFyeebUpi2GMdMMAq5EVKR1M
The dude is basically saying that's not a Bitblender address...

I know for a fact I created the damn address and the dude has a copy of the private key.
But the fool ain't even looking or just waiting to take the money.. Find a more reliable alternative.
Well, you should have your PGP signed "Bitcoin Blender Guarantee" to prove you used their website, right?

Otherwise, how would anyone know (or how would you even be sure) if you really used their website and not a phishing version of it?

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April 25, 2019, 02:42:23 PM
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Maybe it was a temporary issue with their certificate or just an issue on your side because it's fine here (secure and their SSL certificate is valid/working).

Yes it was an expired SSL certificate, the autorenew with Lets Encrypt did not work.

Well, you should have your PGP signed "Bitcoin Blender Guarantee" to prove you used their website, right?

Otherwise, how would anyone know (or how would you even be sure) if you really used their website and not a phishing version of it?
In this case, for registered accounts there is a "Proof of Ownership" on the deposit page, a PGP signed message which purpose is so users can validate it and be sure the deposit addresses in the message was generated by me and they are not on a phishing site.

The "Bitcoin Blender Guarantee" you talk about is given on the Quickmix page, it contains both deposit address and destination addresses, so it is a much better proof to have in case I don't deliver the coins to its destination.

Bitcoin mixing service, established 2014 - easy to use, rapid withdrawals, zero taint.
https://bitblender.io
http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion
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April 25, 2019, 09:56:05 PM
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Maybe it was a temporary issue with their certificate or just an issue on your side because it's fine here (secure and their SSL certificate is valid/working).

Yes it was an expired SSL certificate, the autorenew with Lets Encrypt did not work.

Well, you should have your PGP signed "Bitcoin Blender Guarantee" to prove you used their website, right?

Otherwise, how would anyone know (or how would you even be sure) if you really used their website and not a phishing version of it?
In this case, for registered accounts there is a "Proof of Ownership" on the deposit page, a PGP signed message which purpose is so users can validate it and be sure the deposit addresses in the message was generated by me and they are not on a phishing site.

The "Bitcoin Blender Guarantee" you talk about is given on the Quickmix page, it contains both deposit address and destination addresses, so it is a much better proof to have in case I don't deliver the coins to its destination.

No, it was the right website. The coins are sitting on the address... Clearly, this website can be exploited or the dudes a thief, or lazy. Probably a mix of each actually. Check the MF Logs, and the DB, you'll prob see my mf address.
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April 26, 2019, 04:19:39 AM
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I'm curious why people are still using this service when it seems pretty clear that it doesn't work. Is your mixer different than others in some way or did a university student just ruin your entire industry?
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April 26, 2019, 05:38:46 AM
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I'm curious why people are still using this service when it seems pretty clear that it doesn't work. Is your mixer different than others in some way or did a university student just ruin your entire industry?


The thesis is from December 2017, I read it a long time ago and it does not mention Bitcoin Blender, they attack Coinmixer.se, not Bitcoin Blender.

The attack it describes requires that the mixer publicly publishes statistics on how many mixer transactions they have done over the last week (which I don't)
"In all mentioned attacking scenarios, we assume that the attacker is able to retrieve publicly accessible statistics which may be published through the centralized mixing service."

It then mentions some other flaws of Coinmixer.se necessary to identify their transactions, the most important was that they used a static transaction fee for all withdraws, on Bitcoin Blender each withdraw sent have a randomized transaction fee.

Coinmixer.se also always set a locktime of the current block on their transactions, on Bitcoin Blender it is randomized if locktime is set on transactions or not.
Further Bitcoin Blender also randomizes if RBF is to be set on the transactions sent.

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https://bitblender.io
http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion
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EDIT:// ISSUE SOLVED Smiley
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May 19, 2019, 03:51:54 PM
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is it scam? Try to mix, the first 3 Transactions worked. Now the rest ist still "sending..." more than 1 hour
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May 19, 2019, 07:46:29 PM
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EDIT:// ISSUE SOLVED Smiley

is it scam? Try to mix, the first 3 Transactions worked. Now the rest ist still "sending..." more than 1 hour


There where some issues today but they have been solved now, apologies for the delays.

Bitcoin mixing service, established 2014 - easy to use, rapid withdrawals, zero taint.
https://bitblender.io
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May 27, 2019, 08:23:13 PM
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Bitcoin Blender is shutting down. Please withdraw.

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May 27, 2019, 08:33:00 PM
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Bitcoin Blender is shutting down. Please withdraw.
Holy...

Does this have anything to do with the recent hunt against some mixers by government agencies and the fall of BestMixer?

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May 27, 2019, 08:55:23 PM
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Bitcoin Blender is shutting down. Please withdraw.
Holy...

Does this have anything to do with the recent hunt against some mixers by government agencies and the fall of BestMixer?
I guess so. Who knows what tumbler is next.

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May 27, 2019, 08:58:04 PM
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Bitcoin Blender is shutting down. Please withdraw.
Holy...

Does this have anything to do with the recent hunt against some mixers by government agencies and the fall of BestMixer?
I guess so. Who knows what tumbler is next.
Or he is closing shop and running away with the profits that he has gained so far. That would be a smart decision if he isn't sure of his opsec.

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May 27, 2019, 09:26:14 PM
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Bitcoin Blender is shutting down. Please withdraw.
Holy...

Does this have anything to do with the recent hunt against some mixers by government agencies and the fall of BestMixer?
I guess so. Who knows what tumbler is next.
Well, the only left seems to be ChipMixer... Now let's see...  Cheesy
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May 27, 2019, 09:32:36 PM
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Bitcoin Blender is shutting down. Please withdraw.
This is not good news at all.

But i think it's very likely related to the recent Best Mixer saga one way or the other.
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