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February 04, 2019, 04:28:20 AM
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Everyone have a choice to use a new system and more competent against asset that he had. Many countries banned bitcoin because the reason of anonymity which they always doubted to adopt, whereas till now they can track all transaction which is conducted by bitcoin user that is in his country, but they keep distrustful and reluctant to accept bitcoin. a fact that must be kept in mind when they give reasons for not accepting bitcoin.

So, if the aim for everyone not to use a mixer service just because they are afraid of their government do not accept bitcoin well, then I don't believe it is a mistake because until now the government is still not regulating it for the same reason. OP, thank you for has enlightened my thoughts to encourage me to use a mixer service because it is very useful.

 
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February 04, 2019, 06:25:15 AM
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Everyone have a choice to use a new system and more competent against asset that he had. Many countries banned bitcoin because the reason of anonymity which they always doubted to adopt, whereas till now they can track all transaction which is conducted by bitcoin user that is in his country, but they keep distrustful and reluctant to accept bitcoin. a fact that must be kept in mind when they give reasons for not accepting bitcoin.

So, if the aim for everyone not to use a mixer service just because they are afraid of their government do not accept bitcoin well, then I don't believe it is a mistake because until now the government is still not regulating it for the same reason. OP, thank you for has enlightened my thoughts to encourage me to use a mixer service because it is very useful.

Well, if you do not re-use the same Bitcoin address for all purchases and trades, then you should not have a problem and there are other options apart from Mixers to protect your financial privacy, but it might be more expensive.

It is not to say that you should use Mixer services to circumvent government monitoring and surveillance, because they too have a obligation towards citizens to protect them from criminals and terrorists by monitoring transactions. The thing is, some corrupt governments with dictators should not have this information, because they can do more harm than good with that information.  Angry

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February 04, 2019, 06:27:44 AM
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Many don't want to understand that the correct level of privacy doesn't mean everybody want to misbehave.
Exactly, what we need is just privacy and that does not mean we are going to make a criminal activity.
People have different reasons why they want privacy and I know everyone if given a chance to be anonymous will choose to be.

I know this mixing service for awhile now but I have not been interested in using it since admittedly, I am not transacting a big amount of crypto, but I believe once my lucky bring will come, I will not think twice of using the service.

Money will make you vulnerable to criminals but with privacy it will make you safe... (that's why mixing is here)

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February 04, 2019, 09:57:50 AM
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It is not to say that you should use Mixer services to circumvent government monitoring and surveillance, because they too have a obligation towards citizens to protect them from criminals and terrorists by monitoring transactions. The thing is, some corrupt governments with dictators should not have this information, because they can do more harm than good with that information

It is not about only corrupt governments with dictators

Actually, the majority of nation states are doing this, some less with some more. But that's not the point. If you are that citizen and don't consider yourself a criminal or terrorist, why would you agree to being monitored by the government in the first place? As I see it, it is your right to circumvent such monitoring and surveillance unless you explicitly renounce that right. Benjamin Franklin once wisely said that people willing to trade their freedom for temporary security deserve neither and will lose both. I fully agree with him. Do you?

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