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May 05, 2019, 03:08:28 AM
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Oh. Will I still be able to use it's privacy features without it? I guess not?? Sorry real newb.
The only thing you won’t be able to do is participate in the Coinjoin.

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May 05, 2019, 03:20:37 AM
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Oh. Will I still be able to use it's privacy features without it? I guess not?? Sorry real newb.
The only thing you won’t be able to do is participate in the Coinjoin.

Oh great! Thank you for clarifying!
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May 05, 2019, 12:01:06 PM
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some retweets in may on https://twitter.com/wasabiwallet

WasabiWallet Retweeted @PurseIO May 3

If you're going to be making online purchases @PurseIO has some good advice

You can achieve privacy on your Amazon purchases, today:

1. Use @wasabiwallet to secure your coins anonymity
2. Sign up on http://Purse.io  and use a P.O Box or package forwarder address
3. Get 20% off on your Amazon purchases.
4. Enjoy


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WasabiWallet Retweeted Hajdú Gergely @gergely_hajdu May 2



Since August 1, 2018. @wasabiwallet made over 30 000 BTC fungible!
Over 3210 successful mixing rounds!


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May 12, 2019, 07:07:29 AM
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Retweeted by @WasabiWallet

Wasabi Wallet FAQ
https://github.com/6102bitcoin/FAQ/blob/master/wasabi.md


Day 2 Videos for #UnderstandingBitcoin:     

DEMO - @wasabiwallet by @nopara73

https://t.co/M4ZgHIPfuf

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May 30, 2019, 09:49:18 AM
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congratulations to wasabi wallet, it is well deserved!

Code:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA512

Hello all,

this is to announce that we're awarding:
* 10 BTC to JoinMarket, for the first practical CoinJoin solution, and continued research into progressing this domain.
* 10 BTC to Wasabi, for building a more end-user accessible solution and larger adoption.

The remainder of the funds is left for future solutions with more ubiquitous impact on the ecosystem.

For those watching, 822f559df14894bd57bdd1ef0ab983228b7816a69d035cc1c5d18fb569ee5e94 is the payout transaction, crediting
several individual contributors directly as requested by the winning projects, and aggregating the remaining bounty funds
into a single UTXO. It is (obviously) a joined transaction, mixed with other transfers.

Congratulations!
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Congratulations to the Wasabi and JoinMarket developers! JoinMarket pioneered a lot of CoinJoin science (and BTW, belcher wrote an excellent & comprehensive wiki article on privacy), while Wasabi is the first wallet that implements CoinJoin in both a highly-usable and sound way. As both a signer and a donor to the CoinJoin bounty fund, I'm thrilled that these two pieces of software exist!

For everyone looking to improve their privacy, I highly recommend checking out Wasabi, especially over centralized "mixers".



Further work is still necessary toward achieving default-fungibility, which is IMO the end goal. Even with Wasabi, you need a fair bit of expertise to maintain privacy, and the vast majority of people are using wallets that are terrible privacy-wise. Without intending to say that the bounty fund will reward people for these specific things, I'd personally like to see:

 - Improvements to make Wasabi more of a complete wallet.
 - CoinJoin integration in other wallets, especially Bitcoin Core.
 - Research on doing CoinJoin in decentralized ways. (Wasabi's method is pretty secure, but requires a centralized coordinator.)
 - Other research (and, perhaps more importantly, usable products) for improving day-to-day privacy.

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June 05, 2019, 12:55:19 PM
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Hi guys!

Don't you have a mobile wallet?

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June 05, 2019, 03:48:43 PM
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Hi guys!

Don't you have a mobile wallet?
No. But AFAIK it is (or at least it was) planned: https://github.com/zkSNACKs/Meta/issues/9

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June 07, 2019, 02:32:50 PM
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Hi guys!

Don't you have a mobile wallet?
No. But AFAIK it is (or at least it was) planned: https://github.com/zkSNACKs/Meta/issues/9
Ok let's take a look
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June 07, 2019, 07:02:14 PM
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The YouTube video shared here was deleted. Is there any other explainer video about Wasabi wallet features and how to use it available?
This video explains more about this specific Wasaby Wallet
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdRXVZ0IOu

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Can I recover a seed generated by Electrum with an extension?

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> Can I recover a seed generated by Electrum with an extension?

Only if it's a bech32 wallet.

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June 10, 2019, 08:54:59 PM
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> Can I recover a seed generated by Electrum with an extension?

Only if it's a bech32 wallet.
No, if it's generated from Electrum even it's bench32 (bc1) addresses it will give you different addresses after you recover with a seed generated from Electrum.

I already tested it and it gives me different addresses.

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> No, if it's generated from Electrum even it's bench32 (bc1) addresses it will give you different addresses after you recover with a seed generated from Electrum.

Oh really? Is this some configuration issue? I only tested the other way around. 

There's one trick you have to pay attention that comes to my mind. In Wasabi we use password as the passphrase, so you cannot arbitrarily choose your password in the recovery tab, because it'll act like a passphrase, too. You will want to leave the password empty in case you don't have a passphrase in Electrum. 

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I've recommended wasabi to so many people at this point but never thought to look for posts on bitcointalk. It came at just the right time with all centralized mixers getting pwned in one swipe. I'll be following along to see what else comes up down the road!
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I was browsing reddit & saw this tweet

If you are using wasabi, you need to read this thread: https://t.co/FL7f30nWeC

"With Wasabi if you are mixing 10 BTC, I can trivially track that 10 BTC as it is peeled down into smaller utxos. The left over change is part of the mix tx, and thus creates a determinstic link"

I have concern about part where Wasabi CoinJoin output is ordered by registration/enqueue time, i checked few of CoinJoin history & apparently most of them have behavior mentioned on twitter/telegram. Any thoughts?

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I was browsing reddit & saw this tweet

If you are using wasabi, you need to read this thread: https://t.co/FL7f30nWeC

"With Wasabi if you are mixing 10 BTC, I can trivially track that 10 BTC as it is peeled down into smaller utxos. The left over change is part of the mix tx, and thus creates a determinstic link"

I have concern about part where Wasabi CoinJoin output is ordered by registration/enqueue time, i checked few of CoinJoin history & apparently most of them have behavior mentioned on twitter/telegram. Any thoughts?

The developer responded about that accusation yesterday: https://medium.com/@nopara73/wasabileaks-is-wasabi-wallet-deanonymized-5e3f679d866e

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I was browsing reddit & saw this tweet

If you are using wasabi, you need to read this thread: https://t.co/FL7f30nWeC

"With Wasabi if you are mixing 10 BTC, I can trivially track that 10 BTC as it is peeled down into smaller utxos. The left over change is part of the mix tx, and thus creates a determinstic link"

I have concern about part where Wasabi CoinJoin output is ordered by registration/enqueue time, i checked few of CoinJoin history & apparently most of them have behavior mentioned on twitter/telegram. Any thoughts?

The developer responded about that accusation yesterday: https://medium.com/@nopara73/wasabileaks-is-wasabi-wallet-deanonymized-5e3f679d866e

Thanks for sharing the article.

I knew the claim was a bit exaggerating, but i'm glad one potential de-anonymization factor is gone.

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Last edit: July 23, 2019, 06:56:05 AM by layer1gfx
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i prefer wasabi, to be honest.
good article by nopara73, great he took the time to talk through all of the allegations.

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August 03, 2019, 11:58:41 AM
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Dávid Molnár published a new article on medium: PROTECTING PRIVACY WITH WASABI WALLET
there he explains why we need privacy, fungibility and how to improve on privacy.



here is the youtube video of david's presentation at the Bitcoin2019 conference on this topic:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLOMcU8MhWM

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August 06, 2019, 09:14:55 AM
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I found this while doing some research on JoinMarket, Wasabi, and Samourai. It's a PSA/blog made by Samourai's team, of all people.

nopara73, can you comment?

https://medium.com/samourai-wallet/updated-psa-wasabi-wallet-is-the-target-of-ongoing-behavior-that-appears-to-be-a-sybil-attack-6674a322e187

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On July 22nd we disclosed that an unknown entity was engaging in a strange pattern of address reuse within Wasabi Wallet transactions created since June 1, 2019. The disclosure focused on a single entity (ANON-2300390908). This entity was easy to discover due to very uncommon behavior, such as using the same address on both sides of a mix transaction. Our claim was that this behavior could indicate an attempt to de-anonymize users of the platform as well as highlighting an incomplete implementation of the ZeroLink protocol as coded by Wasabi Wallet.

Our continued investigations have revealed systematic and ongoing patterns of behavior resembling a Sybil attack within the Wasabi platform. There are a small number of entities (perhaps a small group of users, or a single user) that represent a large part of the UTXOs active in Wasabi mix transactions. This activity has been ongoing in various waves of intensity since January 2019.


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