Send me Bitcoin and I’ll tell you who you are? If you make a transaction in Bitcoin, the recipient will be informed of the address from which the Bitcoin came. The payment and the recipient’s address are stored together with the amount on the blockchain. With simple means can then determine how many Bitcoin are on the payment address. One of many solutions in this very heated debate is bestmixer.io.
About anonymity, paranoia and the desire for more serenity.
Information is the gold of the third millennium. In our small country you get the impression that the account balance and the income are among the most sensitive data of a person. But this information is anything but in our hands, whether we like it or not. For investigative agencies, for savvy hackers and for intelligence agencies, finding out about a person at the local savings bank is not a big challenge. In the Bitcoin ecosystem, there is some hysteria about the glassiness of the blockchain. Apart from the fact that one operates in the Bitcoin network under one or more pseudonyms, there are many solutions for improved privacy and anonymity. The most promising one is probably the Lightning Network, which until now has only limited practicality. An already working solution represents the platform bestmixer.io.