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June 10, 2020, 02:48:37 PM
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Bitcoin Tumbler & Anonymizer

Use a typical Bitcoin tumbler — or Anonymize
your coins to give them complete secrecy,
thanks to a privacy coin Monero.

Clearnet link: https://tumbler.to/
Tech Support: hello@tumbler.to

No KYC (Know Your Client)
No registration or
personal details

No logs
Automatically
removed in 7 days

Support
Email & Live chat,
Monday - Friday

Bitcoin tumbler mixes your Bitcoins to make them hard to track.
Bitcoin tumbler mixes your Bitcoins with other coins in dozens of cryptographic transactions. Bitcoin mixing makes it tough, if not impossible, for the outside parties to link your Bitcoins back to you. It takes up to 3 hours, and we charge a 1 - 2.5% service fee, based on your preference.

Anonymizer takes advantage of a privacy coin to make your Bitcoins untraceable.
First, Anonymizer converts your Bitcoins to a private cryptocurrency Monero. Next, it turns anonymous Monero back to fresh, completely untraceable Bitcoins. Anonymizing takes up to 6 hours, and we charge a 5% service fee.

Bitcoin tumbler FAQ

Are there any limits?
While the minimum amount is 0.01 BTC, the minimum recommended amount is 0.1 BTC. When you sent less than 0.1 BTC, then we cannot guarantee the service fees. Typically, the service fee is 1% for Bitcoin mixing or 5% for Bitcoin anonymization. However, the above fees apply for transactions above 0.1 BTC. If you sent less than 0.1 BTC, then the fees can be slightly higher, due to fixed expenses that we have with your transaction, regardless of its volume.The maximum amount per transaction is 999 BTC.

How long does the Bitcoin tumbling take?
The entire Bitcoin mixing process usually takes from 30 minutes to 3 hours. The Bitcoin anonymization typically takes up to 6 hours.

What's the fee?
The flat service fee for Bitcoin mixing is 1 - 2.5%, based on your preference. The service fee for Bitcoin anonymization through Monero is 5%. We can guarantee the above fees for transactions higher than 0.1 BTC.

What does the fee for Bitcoin mixing include?
The service fee of 1 - 2.5% (based on your preference) includes the Bitcoin mixing fee as well as all transaction fees. If your deposit is lower than 0.1 BTC, then the service fee can be slightly higher due to the fixed expenses that we have with your transaction, regardless of its volume.

What does the fee for anonymization include?
The service fee of 5% includes all transaction fees as well as Bitcoin-to-Monero and Monero-to-Bitcoin exchange fees. If your deposit is lower than 0.1 BTC, then the service fee can be slightly higher due to the fixed expenses that we have with your transaction, regardless of its volume.


Is your service anonymous?
Absolutely. We never ask for a name, e-mail address, or other identification information. However, if you need an extra layer of anonymity, you can use the Tor mirror of our site.

What happens when my browser crashes, or I accidentally close the browser?
As soon as the transaction begins, make sure to write down the Transaction ID. Then, you can close your browser as the transaction will proceed in the background. To check the status of your transaction, enter the Transaction ID on the Status page.

What about Know Your Customer (KYC)?
Since Tumbler.to is located in the Seychelles jurisdiction, the KYC does not apply to us.

Do you keep any logs?
We keep application logs for seven days for troubleshooting purposes only. After seven days, all records, along with the transaction history, are permanently deleted. If you don't want any of your private identification information collected, you can use the Tor mirror of our site.

Partner program
Make 50% off of our profit from each mixing or anonymization you send us. Sign up to our partner program and get your unique link you can use in links, banners, and social media posts.

PS If you need any creatives for your Tumbler campaign, just let us know the details, and we'll get these ready for you free of charge.

Do you provide customer support?
Absolutely! We are available Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm GMT. Feel free to get in touch with us.



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June 11, 2020, 10:39:58 AM
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Hi Bro, I must say, very good looking site. I'm in need to anonymize 5 BTC, would it be better to do it at once or in several smaller transactions?
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Hi, thank you for your feedback about our website. The maximum amount per transaction is 999 BTC so it doesnt matter, it depends on you how fast you wanna have your bitcoins anonymized, typically it takes up to 6 hours, but you can also divide your btc into small transaction but it will take too long because every single anonymization takes up to 6 hours so it will be faster if you do 5 BTC at once. Wink
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June 11, 2020, 11:13:51 AM
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That’s perfect, so I’m gonna try it at once. I’ve also noticed your Partner program to which I’ve just subscribed, perfect idea. I’ll recommend it to some of my friends, sure they gonna like it. There’s always need for some anonymity.  Wink
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June 11, 2020, 12:48:14 PM
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Thank you for choosing our service, we really appreciate it.
Yes, we are also offering partner program, if you wanna know more about our partner program dont hasitate and leave a message. Wink
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June 11, 2020, 02:25:21 PM
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Is it a monologue or a soliloquy or you're serious to send $50k at once and joined the forum just to ask to a brand new service opening its ANN topic a few hours ago?

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June 11, 2020, 10:08:27 PM
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...anonymize 5 BTC...

...wanna have your bitcoins anonymized... every single anonymization takes up to 6 hours... Wink

...so I’m gonna try it at once. ...sure they gonna like it. There’s always need for some anonymityWink

...if you wanna know more about our partner program... Wink

Looks like some attempt to create fake buzz and bumps using an alt account. This is an obvious scenario where @peter.adamski is talking to himself. I would never trust this service.

Members, watch out.

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June 12, 2020, 08:23:32 AM
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Is 5BTC too much?  Shocked For me, it's just a fraction of what I need to anonymize.
For now, I'm definitely sticking with this anonymizer. I've been going through some mixers, but this one is precisely something that I was looking for.
I like entrepreneurs and must say this one definitely is.
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June 12, 2020, 08:28:28 AM
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You're using cloudflare's SSL certificates...

Please read my post here and reconsider your choice afterwards:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5247838.msg54414843#msg54414843

Personally, i wouldn't touch ANY mixer that uses a MITM with a 10 foot pole... No matter how trustworthy, no matter how flashy, no matter how cheap, no matter the feature set...

This being said, i agree with @logfiles, this thread looks like a big self-shilling thread... All newbies vouching for a brand new service is allways a big red flag

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That’s perfect, so I’m gonna try it at once. I’ve also noticed your Partner program to which I’ve just subscribed, perfect idea. I’ll recommend it to some of my friends, sure they gonna like it. There’s always need for some anonymity.  Wink
You're mixing up anonymity with an upheaved level of privacy, and that is if the operator is not actually keeping logs. Using a mixer doesn't suddenly makes you anonymous, even less so when the mixer is unknown.

Is 5BTC too much?  Shocked For me, it's just a fraction of what I need to anonymize.
For now, I'm definitely sticking with this anonymizer. I've been going through some mixers, but this one is precisely something that I was looking for.
I like entrepreneurs and must say this one definitely is.
Just for the sake of argument; why? I don't see anything that makes this mixer stand out, much less so when it's compared to already established mixing services.


Perhaps it is because you have a relationship with the owner we know nothing about?  Roll Eyes

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June 13, 2020, 06:56:47 AM
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Is 5BTC too much?  Shocked For me, it's just a fraction of what I need to anonymize.
For now, I'm definitely sticking with this anonymizer. I've been going through some mixers, but this one is precisely something that I was looking for.
I like entrepreneurs and must say this one definitely is.
It is so clear what you're trying to do here its just stupid and naive  Grin Grin

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June 13, 2020, 11:25:58 AM
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So i check your Tor mirror, view page source and surprised when i see this HTML script tag

Code:
    <!-- Global site tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics -->
        <script async src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-158909121-1"></script>
        <script>
          window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [];
          function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);}
          gtag('js', new Date());

          gtag('config', 'UA-158909121-1');
        </script>

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So i check your Tor mirror, view page source and surprised when i see this HTML script tag

Code:
    <!-- Global site tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics -->
        <script async src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-158909121-1"></script>
        <script>
          window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [];
          function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);}
          gtag('js', new Date());

          gtag('config', 'UA-158909121-1');
        </script>

Uhm, what is that mean?
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June 15, 2020, 07:07:13 PM
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So i check your Tor mirror, view page source and surprised when i see this HTML script tag

Code:
    <!-- Global site tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics -->
        <script async src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-158909121-1"></script>
        <script>
          window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [];
          function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);}
          gtag('js', new Date());

          gtag('config', 'UA-158909121-1');
        </script>

Uhm, what is that mean?
It's basically a JS script that allows google to log a bunch of data about your visitors. If you're a website which promotes privacy- it's a bit goofy to embed it.

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So i check your Tor mirror, view page source and surprised when i see this HTML script tag

Code:
    <!-- Global site tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics -->
        <script async src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-158909121-1"></script>
        <script>
          window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [];
          function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);}
          gtag('js', new Date());

          gtag('config', 'UA-158909121-1');
        </script>

Uhm, what is that mean?
It's basically a JS script that allows google to log a bunch of data about your visitors. If you're a website which promotes privacy- it's a bit goofy to embed it.

A bit goody? I'd say it's totally ridiculous when their service promote anonymity and claiming no logs.

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June 16, 2020, 09:02:47 AM
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A bit goody? I'd say it's totally ridiculous when their service promote anonymity and claiming no logs.

[Sarcasm]
Sure, but there's still a good sollution for OP: just update your T&C to state that there are no logs kept by the service itself... Sure, the logs are kept by several US based company's, some of which are rumoured to be honeypots for governement agencies... But still, no logs by the service itself...
[/Sarcasm]

Do note the sarcasm wasn't directed towards the previous posters but against whoever decided to include external javascript and include a MITM in their workflow...

Services like this make me tired... I'm just tired of trying to help those new players that want a piece of that sweet mixer-money without properly knowing what they're doing by telling them what's wrong with their service, only to  hear them say "but our competitors are doing it to". (or in this case, make a post and never return afterwards).

Mixing isn't about a fancy design, cool buttons, tons of features... It's about building a secure service, using proper encryption and using a workflow that guarantees there's no link between the funds you deposit to the mixer, and the funds you withdraw... Everything else is just semantics.
I'd be perfectly happy using a mixer that's just a plain white page filled with TL;DR; text without any formatting or pictures as long as the service was setup in a secure way. Nowadays it looks like it's all about flashy pictures, banners, trackers, extra features, bells and whistles... but these guys seem to have little knowledge about what a mixer is supposed to be (and do).

... sigh ...
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June 19, 2020, 10:14:11 PM
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So i check your Tor mirror, view page source and surprised when i see this HTML script tag

Code:
    <!-- Global site tag (gtag.js) - Google Analytics -->
        <script async src="https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-158909121-1"></script>
        <script>
          window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || [];
          function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);}
          gtag('js', new Date());

          gtag('config', 'UA-158909121-1');
        </script>

Uhm, what is that mean?
It's basically a JS script that allows google to log a bunch of data about your visitors. If you're a website which promotes privacy- it's a bit goofy to embed it.

Ughh okay. Thanks for answering  Wink
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