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Author Topic: Does it make any sense to insert an intermediary account for privacy?  (Read 702 times)
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September 18, 2014, 09:29:51 AM
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Say, instead of saying X amount of BTC from A to C directly, does it make any sense whatsoever for privacy to transfer the same amount from A through B to C?

I am not worried about A (trusted) monitoring the amount on account C; more worried about potential harmful outsiders monitoring my flows and balances; trying to steal my coins, or coerce me.

If my person somehow is connected to account A, what are some reasonable measures I can take less a mixing service to at least a little bit disconnect  from my person account C?

Separately: Do BIP 32-70 protocols reveal my identity at all? Say, I used a web client such as Hive Web. (Either through TOR or not, but does it matter?) I guess the block chain does not record IP addresses.

I had to come back to newbie land, since Hive Web developers might be on a more important mission (
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=663832.msg8594515#msg8594515
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