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Our websites are:
blender.io
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Please check your address bar carefully. All other websites (f.e. - same name but with .id domain name) can be harmful for your security!

Bitcoin was designed as anonymous and decentralized currency. But Bitcoin transactions are never truly anonymous. Bitcoin activities are recorded and available publicly via the blockchain — a comprehensive database which keeps a record of bitcoin transactions. And when you finally use Bitcoin to pay for goods and services, you will of course need to provide your name and address to the seller for delivery purposes. It means that a third party can trace your transactions and find ID information. To avoid this, Blender.io provides the ability to exchange your bitcoins for different ones which cannot be associated with the original owner. Basically, Bitcoin doesn’t need your name, E-mail address or any other identity to function, true. But, every single of its transactions are recorded on a public ledger, which can be viewed and verified by just about anyone on the planet. It’s not the kind of anonymity that people were hoping to get from it. That’s a problem Blender.io aims to solve. Blockchain technology allows not only trace any transaction, but view the amount of coins that is currently stored on your Bitcoin-address. Would you like to show publicly how much money do you have on your bank account? So why would you like to show your Bitcoin savings? The right of privacy is written in Constitution. To fullfill this right within Bitcoins you should use Blender.io
Blender.io is created with the thoughts about security, safety and ease of use. We understand our operation runs on trust and protect our reputation with the highest efforts. Our support is ready to be at your service round the clock. We are on a mission to make transactions safer and untraceable while contributing towards privacy over internet transactions. There is a Letter of Guarantee produced for every transaction within the system.

No Logs Policy

One of the key features of Blender.io is “No logs policy”. While some other tumblers may retain some logs for support or other reasons, Blender.io retains none.
There’s absolutely no log whatsoever, and whatever trace does exist of your transaction is deleted as soon as your transaction goes through.

No Registration Required

Blender.io doesn’t require you to signup, register or provide any kind of detail except the receiving address! As there are no personal details asked for, there’s no way your identity is compromised, or can be linked back to, because as far as blender.io goes they don’t know who you are.

FAQ

Why do I need a bitcoin mixer?

Mixer breaks the connection between your transactions before and after using it. You send bitcoins from your address to the mixer address. After that the mixer sends you bitcoins from its premixed reserve. Bitcoins in this reserve have no connection to your addersses. An observer, analyzing the chain of transations in the blockchain, is unaware of the change in ownership of bitcoins, therefore any following bitcoins passed through the mixer is no longer practical. This way the mixer ensures the anonymity of your transaction in blockchain.

The service does not guarantee that the result of the mixing will have low risk score after the AML check. Therefore it is not recommended to send the coins you receive from mixing straight to the exchanges.

What is the difference between mixer fees?

  • The higher the service fee you use, the higher the network fee the mixer will send you the result with.
  • All fee values are dynamic, except for the minimum - it is fixed.
  • Higher fees increase anonymity, as they are less common and less obvious to the analysis based on comparing transaction amounts.

Based on all this, it's usually recommended to use a fee above the minimum, and to choose from the rest according to your own needs.

What is the mixing code?

After your first mixing you will get the mixing code. You can use this code in next operations to be ensured that you will not receive the coins you've previously sent to Blender.io.

What to do in case the bitcoins are not arrived?

You can read about it here.

Common mixing mistakes

You can read about it here.

I closed the browser window. Where can I see the status of my mixing?

Copy the transaction hash, the mixer’s address or address you sent the funds from and paste it to the search bar of any blockchain explorer. In case the transaction sent to the mixer doesn’t have three confirmations, it means the mixer hasn't got the funds yet. Wait for three confirmations.

The result of mixing is sent after three confirmations are received and after the delay time is passed (the countdown starts after the third confirmation is received). Furthermore, in order to improve privacy the service can set an additional randomized delay with a duration of several minutes.

I sent a transaction to the mixer but it does not get confirmed for a long time. What can I do?

If your transfer stays unconfirmed for a long time, this means that you or the service from which you've sent bitcoins has set too low network fee for the transaction. In this case, the following solutions to the problem are possible:

  • You can keep waiting for the transaction to confirm. Sometimes, it can take up to several days, but do not worry - the mixer will wait for the confirmation of the transaction and process your mixing;
  • You can also speed up the transaction with a Replace-by-fee if your wallet supports this. The service correctly processes transactions re-issued with Replace-by-fee. Note! Do not use Replace-by-fee to speed up a mixer transaction if the mixer address has expired. The mixer may lose your payment and then the mixing will not be processed. In this case, you will have to contact the support and wait for the refund to be made, if technically possible.

Does the mixer clean bitcoins?

No. The mixer neither cleans bitcoins nor guarantees that the mixing result will have a low scoring risk and will not be blocked by an exchange. Sometimes the mixing result has a low scoring risk; however, it is not guaranteed and achieving a low risk is not the mixer’s primary function. The main goal of the mixer is to anonymize bitcoins by breaking the link between your transactions before and after the mixing.

Does Blender.io store logs?

Blender.io does not store any information about transactions completed within the service. All information is deleted after the result is successfully sent to the destination address.

What is the minimum amount for mixing and how is it calculated?

The minimum mixing amount for a destination address is 0.001 BTC. But in some cases, when you create a mixing with several destinations, this amount may be bigger. Please pay attention to the minimum amount when creating a mixing. It is located on the result page below the mixing address.

What is the maximum mixing amount?

This depends on the amount of coins in our reserve at the moment of mixing. The actual amount can be seen when you create a mixing. It is given on the last page, next to the mixer’s address.

I sent bitcoins to the mixer. The transaction was waiting for confirmation for a long time. After that, the period of validity of mixer’s address elapsed (after 24 hours), however, the transaction was not confirmed. Will I lose my bitcoins?

No. 24 hours is the period of time during which the mixer awaits your transaction in the network. After that the mixer will wait for confirmations until the transaction is processed or rejected by network. The mixing will be successfully completed after your transaction gets three confirmations.

I sent bitcoins to the mixer after the period of validity of mixer’s address elapsed (after 24 hours).

Contact the support and explain the situation. The support will make a refund if possible. If you have the Letter of Guarantee at hand, please attach it.

The amount I sent to the mixer is less than the minimum.

Contact the support and explain the situation. The support will make a refund if possible. If you have the Letter of Guarantee at hand, please attach it.

How does the mixer work?

Blender.io is a service that receives coins from you and gives you back other coins that not relate to you. By doing so, the mixer breaks the link between your operations before and after the use of mixer.

The coins you send get to the mixer reserve where they are mixed with other coins in several stages. The recipients you specify will get mixed coins from the reserve; those coins will not relate to you.

The mixer’s goal is to anonymize your transaction and break any links between your address (the sender’s) and the destination address.

How to use the mixer?

To transfer funds, on the main page, you need to specify one or more recipient addresses (also notice that a fee will be charged for each address), specify the delay and the distribution of funds between destination addresses. Then download a guarantee letter(this is important) and send funds to the address provided by the mixer. Pay attention to the minimum amount the mixer can process.

Can I trust Blender.io large amounts of bitcoins?

Our mixing model is properly tested and works perfectly. However, you can mix small coins portions if you have any doubts, to ensure step by step that everything is crystal clear.

I'm not doing anything illegal. Why do I need to use mixer?

No, you do not need to be a politician with hoards of black money in order to use Blender.io or mix coins. Neither do you need to be a person involved in any kind of illegal activity. You may simple mix your coins to:
1.   De-link them from the exchange transactions for security reasons.
2.   Just keep them anonymous in general.
3.   Send money from one wallet to many different wallets in a fizzy!
4.   Avoid taxes.



Links:

Blender.io official site
blender.to mirror
Official TOR mirror
Official Telegram bot

Please check your address bar carefully. All other websites (f.e. - same name but with .id domain name) can be harmful for your security!

E-mail for support, integration requests and refunds: blenderio@tuta.io

Telegram official support:

English chat: @Blenderio_English
Russian chat: @Blenderio_Russian

E-mail for advertisement questions: adblenderio@tuta.io

Blender.io reviews:
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Feel free to try our service and leave your verdict in the comments!
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Does the Blender support SegWit addresses?

Yes. You can use SegWit addresses to send and to receive bitcoins.

No, you don't. I tried a bech32 adress and it returned "Not a Valid bitcoin adress"


EDIT: Nested segwit adresses also don't work?
Huh

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We understand our operation runs on trust and protect our reputation with the highest efforts. Our support is ready to be at your service round the clock. We are on a mission to make transactions safer and untraceable while contributing towards privacy over internet transactions.
I'm sorry, but what reputation exactly? That you haven't scammed anyone yet? You're posting this from a newb account.

Might be an idea to escrow a certain amount of bitcoins by someone that is trusted within this forum to improve your reputation just a little bit.


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What is the largest deal amount?
-snip-
So, how much exactly?
I see.

Code:
min 0.003 BTC, max 112.52129268 BTC
Too bad that there's no way to verify you actually have 112BTC  Undecided

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Might be an idea to escrow a certain amount of bitcoins by someone that is trusted within this forum to improve your reputation just a little bit.
IIRC, there was a mixing service that used a trusted forum member to escrow a certain amount of coins, all to ensure that in case the service doesn't pay out, the escrow funds would cover that amount. So yeah, this is basically the only way to prove that you're here to conduct fair business as mixing service.

Code:
min 0.003 BTC, max 112.52129268 BTC
Too bad that there's no way to verify you actually have 112BTC  Undecided
Considering the fact that no one will ever entrust over 100BTC to a freshly started service, why not have a chunk of these funds be held by an escrow? It would definitely give future users of your service a peace of mind.
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Might be an idea to escrow a certain amount of bitcoins by someone that is trusted within this forum to improve your reputation just a little bit.
IIRC, there was a mixing service that used a trusted forum member to escrow a certain amount of coins, all to ensure that in case the service doesn't pay out, the escrow funds would cover that amount. So yeah, this is basically the only way to prove that you're here to conduct fair business as mixing service.

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min 0.003 BTC, max 112.52129268 BTC
Too bad that there's no way to verify you actually have 112BTC  Undecided
Considering the fact that no one will ever entrust over 100BTC to a freshly started service, why not have a chunk of these funds be held by an escrow? It would definitely give future users of your service a peace of mind.
And they exit scammed at the end LOL. If someone is going to use an escrow to gain trust, they NEED to let everybody know that they will remove the escrow several days before they do it. Otherwise, they can wait until they get a good amount of coins, get the escrowed coins back and run.

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Might be an idea to escrow a certain amount of bitcoins by someone that is trusted within this forum to improve your reputation just a little bit.
IIRC, there was a mixing service that used a trusted forum member to escrow a certain amount of coins, all to ensure that in case the service doesn't pay out, the escrow funds would cover that amount. So yeah, this is basically the only way to prove that you're here to conduct fair business as mixing service.

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min 0.003 BTC, max 112.52129268 BTC
Too bad that there's no way to verify you actually have 112BTC  Undecided
Considering the fact that no one will ever entrust over 100BTC to a freshly started service, why not have a chunk of these funds be held by an escrow? It would definitely give future users of your service a peace of mind.
And they exit scammed at the end LOL. If someone is going to use an escrow to gain trust, they NEED to let everybody know that they will remove the escrow several days before they do it. Otherwise, they can wait until they get a good amount of coins, get the escrowed coins back and run.
That seems extremely clumsy if not borderline untrustworthy from the escrow provider. I've vaguely heard about this story, but i can't remember what mixer/escrower this was about?
Do you, by any chance, have some sources?

Seems like the whole point of the escrow in this case was to NOT give back the coins... Huh.

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That seems extremely clumsy if not borderline untrustworthy from the escrow provider. I've vaguely heard about this story, but i can't remember what mixer/escrower this was about?
Do you, by any chance, have some sources?

Seems like the whole point of the escrow in this case was to NOT give back the coins... Huh.
It was BITMIXCOIN and the escrower was zazarb.

Zazarb announces that he returned BITMIXCOIN’s Bitcoins.
I want to announce that I have no longer store escrow amount.
Remaining  5BTC has been sent back recently to provided address by bitmixcoin.io
txid 92ed177c6db030a06b777ceecddfb40edd5f074ada179cae3df306266a39a982

A few days later users started to post in the mixer thread saying that they got scammed (from 0.03BTC to 16BTC stolen). Just check the last pages of their thread. We confirmed that they scammed someone’s 16BTC and BITMIXCOIN ran away.

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Does the Blender support SegWit addresses?

Yes. You can use SegWit addresses to send and to receive bitcoins.

No, you don't. I tried a bech32 adress and it returned "Not a Valid bitcoin adress"


EDIT: Nested segwit adresses also don't work?
Huh

Currently, Blender.io supports P2PKH (starting with 1) and P2SH (starting with 3, SegWit compatible) standard addresses. The BC1 standard is relatively new and might have compatibility issues. At the moment, it is being tested by the team and will be supported as soon as the testing is complete.

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We understand our operation runs on trust and protect our reputation with the highest efforts. Our support is ready to be at your service round the clock. We are on a mission to make transactions safer and untraceable while contributing towards privacy over internet transactions.
I'm sorry, but what reputation exactly? That you haven't scammed anyone yet? You're posting this from a newb account.

Might be an idea to escrow a certain amount of bitcoins by someone that is trusted within this forum to improve your reputation just a little bit.

It may seem that the announcements about new services look more trustworthy if they are published by the long-existing accounts. On the contrary, that often is an aforethought misrepresentation.

Blender.io is functioning for more than half a year already. The service has been launched on May 10, 2018, at 15:05:29, you can verify it here: http://godnotabatovgyqz.onion/site/363636861. The first snapshot on Web Archive was registered on June 21, 2018: https://web.archive.org/web/20180601000000*/blender.io It is one of the most popular Bitcoin mixers worldwide. We haven't yet received any negative reviews and a number of media outlets are writing about Blender (https://www.deepwebsiteslinks.com/blender-io-review/; https://smartereum.com/22131/blender-io-helps-you-to-make-bitcoin-transaction-anonymous-and-fast-with-small-fee/; https://zycrypto.com/blender-io-secure-bitcoin-mixer/). The decentralization concept in our opinion doesn't correspond well with having a certain centralized escrow, given that such a practice has been concerning even for large institutions, like Tether. We fully understand that some users will consider this as a trust issue, but the project was designed exactly as it is. The team is always happy to consider new suggestions to increase the services' trust index from the community.  You can leave all your additional ideas here and they are definitely going to be reviewed.

So, how much exactly?
I see.

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min 0.003 BTC, max 112.52129268 BTC
Too bad that there's no way to verify you actually have 112BTC  Undecided

At this moment the service holds 217 BTC, which is visible during the second step of mixing, where a user receives an address. The max amount is different at various points in time. For example, it might be higher after receiving a transaction, which hasn’t yet been sent, or it might be lower after the transaction is sent to a sender, but the change hasn’t yet been received. The transactions are constantly going through the mixer, causing the amount to fluctuate, but the total available for mixing is 217 BTC.

The mixing volume can be indirectly tracked by generating the link of the second stage of the process, where the min/max amounts are displayed. Everything surpassing 217 BTC is the currently processed volume.
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iPhone X giveaway by the Blender team!

There is an increasing number of deanonymization attacks in blockchain space and they become more sophisticated. To counter them our team is constantly working on improving the privacy in Bitcoin blockchain. As a result, we are happy to introduce the new Madeamaze technology, which combines mechanisms of CoinJoin & Blender. With Madeamaze you can be sure that no third party will be able to link your transactions to your identity, even if they use scanners and dedicated software. You can find out more about this new technology here.

The release of such a technology is definitely a remarkable event for users, who are concerned about their anonymity in transacting. That is why Blender.io team decided to celebrate it with iPhone X giveaway on Bitcointalk!

How to participate:
The Blender.io team will pick out winners randomly via https://www.miniwebtool.com/ up to 4 times a month, using participants' Bitcointalk IDs. There will be a video attached to each new prize draw.

In order to participate, you will need to do certain tasks, for which you will receive stakes. 1 stake - 1 mention of your Bitcointalk ID in the prize draw list. The more mentions you will have, the higher is the chance to win.

Tasks:
Bitcointalk (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5052876.msg47020787#msg47020787, only users with at least 'Member' rank can participate):
  • Place our banner in your signature: 3 stakes;
  • Place our link in your signature: 2 stakes;
  • Repost our materials in threads on Bitcointalk (max. 4 a week): 1 stake.

Banners & Signatures:
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Twitter (https://twitter.com/blender_io):
  • Like a post: 1 stake;
  • Retweet a post: 1 stake.
Telegram (https://t.me/blender_io):
  • Repost a post: 1 stake.
Content creation:
  • Publish your review about https://blender.io/ on various media outlets that discuss cryptocurrencies (max. 2 a week): 3 stakes.
Forums:

Please report your activity in this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5052876.msg48802907#msg48802907 with all the links to your posts. All the data will be collected and placed in the master sheet.

The first round of giveaway will start on December 21, 2018 and the first winner will be announced on December 29, 2018. We expect lower traffic during the first week, so you have a higher chance to win if you are reading this. Wink

Good luck and remember - anonymity and privacy guarantee your transactions' safety in Bitcoin blockchain!

Bы тaкжe мoжeтe yчacтвoвaть нa pyccкoм!Smiley

Пoдpoбныe ycлoвия дocтyпны пo ccылкe: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5089412.msg48879231#msg48879231
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Hey there, team, just retweeted your tweets:

1. https://twitter.com/ATarasov_1992/status/1076166366825275392
2. https://twitter.com/ATarasov_1992/status/1076166420323545088
3. ...

Waiting for more! Grin
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Twitter user - @JohnyFantano

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Why not?

Material repost in threads on Bitcointalk:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2827109.msg48825132#msg48825132

Liked + Retweeted:
https://twitter.com/TryTheNinja/status/1076541625311084544
https://twitter.com/TryTheNinja/status/1076541609351761921
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https://twitter.com/TryTheNinja/status/1078823907526877184

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Glad to see you, guys! Wink

The master sheet has been updated. Remember to check it and let us know if some of the data there is not correct.

Another post about Bitcoin's privacy is out Shocked

"Unfortunately, Bitcoin’s anonymity is not complete, and as soon as your identity becomes connected to your Bitcoin address all your actions will be uncovered and available to the public."

READ: https://twitter.com/blender_io/status/1076870483453399041

Stay safe,
Blender Team
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Updated Retweets:

1. https://twitter.com/ATarasov_1992/status/1076166366825275392
2. https://twitter.com/ATarasov_1992/status/1076166420323545088
3. https://twitter.com/ATarasov_1992/status/1077200141759774721

Merry Christmas everyone! Grin
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3 retweet and 3 likes, nickname twitter: Morskoy22
https://twitter.com/blender_io/status/1076138591800254467
https://twitter.com/blender_io/status/1076870483453399041
https://twitter.com/blender_io/status/1075846130095796224
https://twitter.com/Morskoy22/status/1077227157246611461
https://twitter.com/Morskoy22/status/1077226798524649472
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Hey there, great to see you, could you please provide a link to your profile on http://bittogether.com
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Yes - http://bittogether.com/index.php?action=profile;u=6653
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Hello, why I have not taken into account the forums? The fact that the telegram is recorded I see, but there are no forums
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Hello, why I have not taken into account the forums? The fact that the telegram is recorded I see, but there are no forums

The master sheet is updated. Grin Also, you seem to have commented, not retweeted, so we will count only your likes for now, but happy to give you some stakes for retweets. Wink

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