How do you convert bitcoin that’s associated with your identity into coins with no connection to your name? In an era of enhanced blockchain forensics tools, passing your coins through a few addresses and hoping for the best won’t cut it. Reclaiming your right to privacy and to own bitcoin anonymously calls for a smarter and more systematic approach.
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Conceal Your Coins and Keep Your Privacy
If you’ve got cryptocurrency associated with your name or pseudonym, you might want to remedy that. There are legitimate reasons for doing so, including restoring financial privacy and obfuscating your holdings from friend and foe. With cryptocurrency exchanges increasingly deploying forensics tools from the likes of Chainalysis, you needn’t have done…