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July 13, 2018, 08:53:02 PM
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Hi! Today is August 20, 2018 and we are pleased to announce the launch of Jambler.io!

It is the first platform which enables users to create their own Bitcoin mixer and capitalize on cryptocurrency anonymization services. Jambler.io itself does not interact directly with customers, but provides them with cleansing services through a distributed partner network of bitcoin mixers powered by the platform. This approach allows to avoid a conflict of objectives between the platform and partners.

Furthermore, Jambler.io offers deeper cryptocurrency anonymization. Its algorithm involves selling surely clean money from cryptocurrency stock exchanges to customers which are not associated with any particular account. This is especially important due to actual increasing number of deanonymization methods. In a word, Jambler.io purchases output transactions from cryptocurrency stock exchanges and/or miners, verifies their quality and resells them via partner Bitcoin mixers to end customers. Herewith, the transactions are purchased from a hundred unrelated investors. Moreover, transactions are then being distributed randomly through partner network to various end customers.

The platform does not store logs, does not require registration and verification and issues digital letters of guarantee in evidence of work with all members. Therefore, the project is of interest to three categories: end users, partners and investors. This is the essence of how Jambler.io operates. The purpose of our work is to ensure safety for cryptocurrency owners and security for their savings.

We are ready to be of service to you 24 hours a day during the entire period of cooperation. Our motto is anonymity, speed and reliability. We value our reputation and your trust. Stay in touch and check for updates. Create your profitable Bitcoin mixer and start writing your very own success story with Jambler.io!

Bitcoin's anonymity is our business!

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e-mail: support@jambler.io
telegram chat: t.me/jambler
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July 23, 2018, 07:35:59 PM
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Every cryptocurrency owner should be aware that there is the possibility their identity and activity once considered perfectly secure may be revealed/ de-anonymized at some point.

Since decentralized Bitcoin cryptocurrency came into existence in 2008, people have been hoping that fast convenient and anonymous money not controlled by anyone would be used. Indeed, promising revolutionary ideas and technical solutions at the time were embedded in the Bitcoin concept. Today Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency throughout the world. It carries a reputation for allowing users to operate in the shadows, but is Bitcoin completely anonymous?  Almost a decade after its introduction, no additional anonymity mechanisms were implemented in Bitcoin.

The most important anonymity principle of cryptocurrencies is not only impersonality of a cryptocurrency wallet but also an impossibility of tracking connections via blockchain.
Bitcoin, unlike a common bank account, provides its users with an opportunity to become a system member and manage financial resources regardless of anyone. An impossibility of blocking or confiscation of funds from an owner's wallet is a crucial advantage of decentralized cryptocurrencies.

However, the anonymity provided by Bitcoin is rather vulnerable. As well as the majority of well-known cryptocurrencies it is tied to distributed blockchain technology, which records every transaction and traces them back to their origin.

In other words, a privacy form which today is offered by Bitcoin, is confined to pseudo-anonymity: an individual is represented by an alias in a blockchain. Anyone can create a new and completely random Bitcoin address at any time, without the need to submit any personal information to anyone. However, this does not guarantee that connections cannot be revealed. When any payment is executed, its amount, remaining credits and all the previous and following transactions of the participants become available to everyone. Until the link between an analyzed address and a real identity is established, this information is abstract. But once an interaction with real world takes place (for example, IP-address, stock account, delivery address, etc. is identified), transaction history of a particular person can be definitely tracked. Moreover, there are other methods used for deanonymization, namely taint analysis, cluster analysis and volume analysis.

Therefore, the problem that every Bitcoin owner faces is that this cryptocurrency, as well as many others, is pseudo-anonymous rather than anonymous and lacks privacy. If you are interested, please stay tuned and in the next posts we'll discuss defenses against deanonymization attacks.
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July 23, 2018, 10:13:06 PM
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Platform turns a new page in cryptocurrency anonymization by inviting almost everyone to create their own mixer and start earning on such services from scratch.
If you want everyone to run their own mixer then check JoinMarket.

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July 24, 2018, 07:19:30 PM
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Hello.

Thank you for your interest in our platform. We monitor the development of JoinMarket and ChipMixer projects as well as the whole cryptocurrency mixing market.

Despite some similarities, there are fundamental differences in work of our platform that marks Jambler.io out from others. Here are some of them:
- we made our platform easy to use and transparent for both end users and partners. It helps to lower the barrier to entry and therefore to address services of our platform to a wider audience.
- our proprietary concept of mixing coins which we use solves the main problem of most classic mixers. Their main drawback is that coins of questionable origin are replaced by other coins of questionable origin, but a little bit mixed.

Besides, there are some other differences, but we will tell the audience about them a bit later. In a few days the project will be officially launched. There will be a detailed description of the platform functioning on our website. We will also continue sharing some insights here on bitcointalk and on our official telegram group - t.me/jambler.

P.S. By the way, our platform might be of help for you. Working with Jambler.io ChipMixer will be able to expand the range of services for its customers. And in particular, you can offer your customers coins with a higher anonymity level and positive history and charge a higher commission for your mixing services. You will be able to set a commission on your own. Customers are ready to pay extra for that. These are not just words, we do have such an experience. As a result, you will be able to monetize your traffic in a more efficient way.

If you like, we could contact you right after launching our platform and you will be able to see everything with your own eyes and test it. Best wishes for a successful business.
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August 08, 2018, 07:28:54 PM
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Anonymity on the Internet has never been more crucial.

Since the appearance of Bitcoin, an increasing number of online merchants have been offering the ability to pay using cryptocurrency instead of cash.

One of the great promises of this technology is anonymity: the transactions are recorded and made public, but they are linked only with an electronic address. So whatever you buy with your bitcoins, the purchase cannot be traced specifically to you.

This is handy for some, but the anonymity is far from perfect. Security experts tend to call it pseudonymous privacy. As soon as your personal details are linked to your Bitcoin address, your purchase history is revealed too.

That raises an important question for people hoping to use Bitcoin to make anonymous purchases: how easy is it to link them with their Bitcoin transactions?

One of the effective ways to deanonymize a Bitcoin user’s identity is volume analysis. It is a method to deduce the relationship between the inputs and outputs, according to the characteristic that the input amount of a bitcoin transaction equals to the output amount plus transaction fee.

What can be done to reclaim privacy? The safe method to improve anonymity is the use of mixers. Mixers exist in multiple shapes and forms, but they basically enable their users to receive each other’s bitcoins. To counter volume analysis mixers can require all users to submit the same amount into the mix. Moreover, mixing services can charge a random fee, making it harder for an outsider to link the amount of Bitcoin sent to the amount returned. It is also possible to break up the amount mixed, further obfuscating the coins, since smaller amounts are lost in “the crowd” of transactions a lot easier.

Let’s not forget that achieving full anonymity with Bitcoin can be quite complicated and almost impossible due to increasing number of deanonymization methods. However, you can protect your privacy if you take the right precautions.
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August 19, 2018, 07:10:43 PM
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Technology serves a purpose. The reasons someone craves privacy vary greatly. Some people believe that one should only be identified when and if they choose to be. Other people may not want somebody to know how much money they hold. Some may be hiding their funds from a corrupt third party. The appearance of cryptocurrencies enabled people to become part of the global economy and no border, bank or political power can deny them their right to save, send and receive money worldwide whenever they desire to. However, due to this situation, some concerned persons have found themselves at a disadvantage and deanonymization technologies have been starting intensively to progress.

In January 2018, the Bitfury Group introduced a system enabling the analysis of the Bitcoin blockchain, compilation of clusters of wallets owned by one user and comparison of them with public information in the Internet when available. Given the right circumstances, the last point can reveal not only the interconnection of certain wallets but also the ownership of a particular person. This technology minimizes a number of errors during data clusterization. Actually, it means if not particularly elimination of Bitcoin anonymity, then at least its considerable decrease.

Fortunately, there are some basic methods to increase privacy on the Bitcoin network available right now. One such a straightforward solution is using TOR or other methods to hide IP addresses. Another basic solution to increase privacy is creating a new wallet for each transaction. A slightly more advanced method to gain privacy is the use of mixers. Be careful when using classic mixers, as their addresses can be deanonymized by means of cluster analysis. To ensure your activity stays untraceable a great deal of work needs to be done. Nevertheless, Bitcoin users are able to enjoy a certain level of privacy, depending on how much of their identity they reveal, which of the anonymizing techniques they apply, how many, and how often.
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August 28, 2018, 09:50:17 AM
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I really like your process.
By making this more mainstream and rewarding people for investing their bitcoin more bitcoin will enter the system making the system more secure.

I liked it so much I wrote a small review about it.
https://tokenclaimer.blogspot.com/2018/08/how-to-make-your-own-bitcoin-tumbler.html
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August 28, 2018, 09:55:06 AM
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why is your mixer using cloudflare's ssl? Do you realise cloudflare will be able to decrypt all data between your customers and yourself? I'd encourage you to buy your own SSL certificates and move away from cloudflare asap if you want to be taken seriously.

Even letsencrypt certificates would be a hell of a lot better than cloudflare's on such a privacy-centric service (don't get me wrong: cloudflare is great if you're not a service that would require absolute privacy... I've been using cloudflare on my sites for a long time, but then again: i don't even allow useraccounts to be created on my sites...)

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August 28, 2018, 03:03:21 PM
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why is your mixer using cloudflare's ssl? Do you realise cloudflare will be able to decrypt all data between your customers and yourself? I'd encourage you to buy your own SSL certificates and move away from cloudflare asap if you want to be taken seriously.

Even letsencrypt certificates would be a hell of a lot better than cloudflare's on such a privacy-centric service (don't get me wrong: cloudflare is great if you're not a service that would require absolute privacy... I've been using cloudflare on my sites for a long time, but then again: i don't even allow useraccounts to be created on my sites...)

Thank you for pointing this bug out. This is a very acute thing. We will definitely resolve the issue and will replace ssl certificates to eliminate this weak point of using cloudflare’s ssl.    
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August 28, 2018, 03:20:45 PM
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I really like your process.
By making this more mainstream and rewarding people for investing their bitcoin more bitcoin will enter the system making the system more secure.

I liked it so much I wrote a small review about it.
https://tokenclaimer.blogspot.com/2018/08/how-to-make-your-own-bitcoin-tumbler.html
Thank you for the support and your involvement in promoting our mixing platform. we appreciate that.
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August 28, 2018, 03:35:18 PM
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I like the concept espeically the partnership program and the selling program.Just to clarify something,for sellers to earn profit,there must be other people using the mixer frequently right?
Edit:I sent you an important PM,please answer.
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August 28, 2018, 04:23:25 PM
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I like the concept espeically the partnership program and the selling program.Just to clarify something,for sellers to earn profit,there must be other people using the mixer frequently right?
Edit:I sent you an important PM,please answer.

Exactly! How else do you expect them to pay up? They do "business" you make 'Profit' it's that simple. It's not rocket science. What I am more interested in is how will their "Bitcoin Rating" system work as the video said if the "Bitcoin" rating is low they will charge a small fee and send back the Bitcoins to the Original owner, This could be exploited IMO making them a small profit on each exchange they deny.

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August 29, 2018, 09:46:31 AM
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Dear users of Jambler.io, we identified an issue with verification bot. Now it is fixed. We kindly ask all users whose verification failed to go through the verification process again. If it is succeeded, you will receive notification from bot or you will see "verified" marked in green on your account. We apologise for any inconveniences and thank you for your understanding.
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August 29, 2018, 06:52:18 PM
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I like the concept espeically the partnership program and the selling program.Just to clarify something,for sellers to earn profit,there must be other people using the mixer frequently right?
Edit:I sent you an important PM,please answer.

Yes, that's right. We use an affiliate model and, therefore, the amount of attracted money of the sellers directly depends on the amount of requests of the end customers that we receive through partners.
For your convenience, we created a demand indicator for sellers (a battery). Surely you have seen  it.
If the battery is full, then we do not need money, and if it is low, then we need money and we are ready to turn it around and return it to you with a profit. Besides, you can be notified via jabber / telegram, so that you won’t miss a good offer. In order to do so, you should create a request in a personal account of a seller (you do not need to send money there). Then, the system will automatically notify you when we need an investment. 
Please note that if you sell us a transaction when the battery is full, your money can return to you in a few days, as a turnaround time is 24 hours+.
We are not a pyramid and we do not need your money for no reason. We attract money only on client requests (or with a small margin). Therefore, be careful and watch the indicator. If you are a programmer, then we have a REST API for this.
In general, this is a great form of investment, as you can quickly turn your money around and earn. Unlike HYPE and pyramids, the source of your profit is extremely clear. We just resell your transactions to a large number of customers.
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August 29, 2018, 07:00:38 PM
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I like the concept espeically the partnership program and the selling program.Just to clarify something,for sellers to earn profit,there must be other people using the mixer frequently right?
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Exactly! How else do you expect them to pay up? They do "business" you make 'Profit' it's that simple. It's not rocket science. What I am more interested in is how will their "Bitcoin Rating" system work as the video said if the "Bitcoin" rating is low they will charge a small fee and send back the Bitcoins to the Original owner, This could be exploited IMO making them a small profit on each exchange they deny.

Income from transactions that have failed scoring is bad business logic. When withdrawing money from a stock exchange, a seller pays a commission for withdrawal, plus we charge a very small commission that simply covers our costs.
To earn a steady income from this, you need to establish a large transaction flow and that is impossible without a loyal audience.
However, one cannot be loyal if their input transactions are constantly returned (they failed scoring). You should admit that it is much more profitable for us to buy a transaction and resell it to end users, and therefore everyone will be satisfied and we will earn more.
On the other hand, we cannot remove a scoring procedure because then there will be a risk of getting cryptocurrency of questionable origin into the system. In this case, the whole idea will become meaningless. We will descend to the level of ordinary mixers, which may also mix "dark coins" with other coins even having no info on that.
A scoring procedure and fees for its failure are desperate measures. It is not a good way to make money.
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August 29, 2018, 07:11:13 PM
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I like the concept espeically the partnership program and the selling program.Just to clarify something,for sellers to earn profit,there must be other people using the mixer frequently right?
Edit:I sent you an important PM,please answer.
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Hmm, How will this 'rating system' work? How will the system identify "Dark coins" from the legit ones? Will each transaction be manually checked? I am only interested in how is the system identifying / rating these coins.

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August 29, 2018, 08:28:21 PM
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I like the concept espeically the partnership program and the selling program.Just to clarify something,for sellers to earn profit,there must be other people using the mixer frequently right?
Edit:I sent you an important PM,please answer.
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Hmm, How will this 'rating system' work? How will the system identify "Dark coins" from the legit ones? Will each transaction be manually checked? I am only interested in how is the system identifying / rating these coins.
Thank you for your question. Although we do not disclose the algorithms of the scoring system, there is a certain set of factors that automatically identifies transactions, and associates them with stock exchanges. In fact, deanonymization techniques have come a long way  and you can find out information about the ownership of many addresses using such services as https://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/Poloniex.com?from_address=1E2J2DAFGToqmTxK5H8fG6V3Tp3xqSiAm4  Our identification algorithm is somewhat different. We provide the above-mentioned example to give you a better understanding of this process.
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August 30, 2018, 06:00:37 PM
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Dear users of Jambler.io, we identified an issue with verification bot. Now it is fixed. We kindly ask all users whose verification failed to go through the verification process again. If it is succeeded, you will receive notification from bot or you will see "verified" marked in green on your account. We apologise for any inconveniences and thank you for your understanding.

I don't understand, what form of verification is being discussed here?

For a mixer site that wants total anonymity, I don't think there should be any verification and even the solving of captcha that could serve as some level of verification against bot should not be there since its about paying for services and not a "free launch" that we tend to see in most faucets sites.
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August 31, 2018, 12:32:44 PM
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Dear users of Jambler.io, we identified an issue with verification bot. Now it is fixed. We kindly ask all users whose verification failed to go through the verification process again. If it is succeeded, you will receive notification from bot or you will see "verified" marked in green on your account. We apologise for any inconveniences and thank you for your understanding.

I don't understand, what form of verification is being discussed here?

For a mixer site that wants total anonymity, I don't think there should be any verification and even the solving of captcha that could serve as some level of verification against bot should not be there since its about paying for services and not a "free launch" that we tend to see in most faucets sites.
The project is of interest to three categories of persons: end users, partners and investors. End users do not need verification. Investors need verification in order to receive information on a status of the flow of invested funds and notifications of new requests by the platform for purchase of output transactions. Partners need verification in order to get notifications of customer requests. In fact, you can undergo verification anonymously using Tor or Jabber.
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August 31, 2018, 05:44:07 PM
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just for understanding  Huh
 when I put into my seller account 0.05BTC i would get Bonus: 0.50197  BTC  after what timeframe ?




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