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A SIMPLE GUIDE TO MIXING BITCOINS AND MAKING THEM UNTRACEABLE

A SIMPLE GUIDE TO SAFELY AND EFFECTIVELY TUMBLING (MIXING) BITCOINS

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Bitcoin tumbling, also referred to as Bitcoin mixing or Bitcoin laundering, is the process of using a third party service to break the connection between a Bitcoin address sending coins and the address(s) they are sent to. Since the Bitcoin blockchain is a public ledger that records every transaction, mixing coins is critical for anyone who doesn’t want the entire world to know exactly where they send and store their BTC, or from where they receive it.
Properly mixing coins may seem like a daunting task to those who aren’t very familiar with Bitcoin, but it is actually a simple process that will only take a few minutes of your time for each deposit.
There are good reasons for everyone to mix their coins, but for those who use Darknet Markets in particular, it is a necessity. New tools are being built all the time to increase the ability of the public, as well as private corporations and government agencies, to follow coins through the blockchain and track those who use it. It may seem like a waste of time now, but in the near future it may be simple for anyone- including friends, relatives, employers, and law enforcement, to track every Bitcoin transaction you’ve ever made and see exactly where it ended up. Breaking the connection between your addresses and the coins’ destination by mixing them is certainly a precaution that all DNM users should take.
In this guide we attempt to provide the simplest possible step-by-step instructions to help users unfamiliar with the process of Bitcoin tumbling do so effectively. This guide assumes the reader already has a basic understand of how to send Bitcoins and how to use .onion sites.
To mix your coins using this method, you will need:
-Bitcoins, or the ability to buy them. -The Tor Browser -The ability to create new Bitcoin wallets, both via Tor and on the clear net. We recommended using Electrum, but any client that functions over Tor will work. Alternately, you could use Blockchain.info and their Tor hidden service to create all or some of your wallets.
NOTE: Always make sure you get the .onion link for this and every hidden service from a safe place (like Darknetmarkets.org), never from Wikipedia, Reddit, or Hidden Wikis! Also make sure that you never use the blockchain.info clearnet url over Tor; doing that opens you up another possible vulnerability (malicious tor exit nodes). A good place to make sure you are using the correct URL is from our Darknet Resources page, or memorize our short link for it: drk.li/BC.
The Steps
Step #1: Create a wallet on the clearnet. (We will refer to this as wallet #1)
Step #2: Buy Bitcoins, and send the amount you want to mix to wallet #1.
Step #3: Create a second wallet, this time over the Tor network. (wallet #2)
Step #4: Send your bitcoins from wallet #1 directly to wallet #2.
The reason for this is to add plausible dependability between your clearnet wallet and in-person purchases. If you are ever investigated by law enforcement or the company from which you are buying coins (this happens with Coinbase.com especially), you can reasonably claim that you sent them to someone else who controls wallet #2 (for whatever made-up reason you have in mind as your excuse for your BTC purchase). After that you have no idea/don’t care what that person did with them, nor should anyone expect you to.
Step #5: Create a third wallet, also over the Tor network. (wallet #3).
Step #6: Select which mixer you will be using, and set up your transaction there using the address(s) from wallet #3. It is best to use multiple addresses, and to set random time delays.
ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOU ARE USING THE CORRECT .ONION LINKS!
Scams are rampant everywhere online, and the darknet is no different. You can choose your mixer(s) and get the correct URLs from our list of darknet Bitcoin mixers.
We recommend Helix by Grams first, and then Bitcoin Fog, as the two seemingly best in a group of imperfect options. They have both been extremely reliable so far while processing millions of dollars. DO NOT use blockchain.info’s shared send or any other coinjoin product as your mixer, as those do not completely hide your trail like the others.
Mixers in DarkNet:
braveb6iya2flzc2.com - BraveBunny - Down
btcwashzcpqkxkwt.online - Bitcoin Wash Down
Bestbitcoincleaner.com - BestBitCoinCleaner ONLINE
btc-swap.com - Helix Light - ONLINE
Bitcoinfogg.com - BitcoinFogg DarkNet Mixer -ONLINE
NOTE: Turn off JavaScript before doing this step if you are using Helix, Bitcoin Fog, r or other mixers that function without it. (Click on the “S!” icon before the address bar in the Tor browser, then >Forbid Scripts Globally”.)
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Here is the development roadmap

For all the FUD-ers who want a final product 2 month after the ICO, you should have read the whitepaper before :
v.0.1 - ANGE (Current Version) Yandex. Cocaine as a platform, Docker as an isolation.
Supported languages: *C++ *Go *Java *Node.js *Python *Ruby *[In development] Racket
We have the following services: *Logging *Node-local file storage *MongoDB storage *Elliptics storage *Node-local in-memory cache *Distributed in-memory cache *URL Fetch *Jabber *[In development] Notifications *[In development] Distributed time service
Prototypes of the smart-contracts system (“Forge”), Slave protocol for communication between nodes. Anyone can create his own hub and try to collect powers from miners, or create his own cluster (from many owned machines). Anyone could run any usual docker container on it or create your own application in Cocaine framework (see sections above or github).
v.0.2 - PRINCIP (june 2017) Main Token Contract and ICO application. Payout prototype (already implemented for BOINC-platform “[email protected]”)
Optimized To>man - Yandex.Cocaine - based platform for fog computing will be implemented.
Ethereum P2P101 Whisper modified in FUSRODAH - based protocol of messaging between Sender (Node) and Watcher (worker) machines will be implemented. As a demonstration of universality of platform, QUAKE game server container will be implemented
v.0.3 - ARCH (september 2017) On this version we will focus on the most crucial parts of the system. For now the slave protocol is literally ‘protocol’ - it has no own libraries or API, it’s just an agreement inside the module system.
On the platform level it is will be PayOut dapp - a simple dapp which allow hub administrator payout tokens to miners, depending on their work - it is already done for BOINC-like platforms such as“[email protected]”. We need to simply adapt it to our newly deployed token contract and architecture of the Cocaine gateway node.
On the smart contracts level it will work with our DAO contract. *Browser for sites *Messages optimization (channels,anti-flood etc) *DAO & Dividents payout *UI and UX improvments for all sides. *General productivity improvments
Browser for sites means we will have our own browser for our services and sites (inside sonm network). Probably it would be web3 compatible (metamask in complect) - It’s also will be good test for locator services - network should spawn apps and sites nearby with browser user (cookie definition and e.t.c.).
v.0.4 - POWER (march 2018) In this version we will be adding new messaging types for new messaging systems, tuning the communication between miners and hubs. We will probably rewrite the internal DNS peer discovery service as well (it allows the searching of peers during listening of the general channel in the messaging system).
Concerning the core platform we will work towards business logic (market and AI) implementation, and tuning in messages and blockchain API.
On the platform level we will be implementing integration with DCFS like IPFS,Swarm, Storj. Application registry. On the smart-contracts level we will be finishing work on “Factory”.
v.0.5 - VIRT (june 2018) Application registry means some ‘trusted’ registry of approved applications. If miner or hub will want use applications not from this registry (e.g. using their own private registry or other sources like github or private dev repositories) - they should add new source manually etc.
Court app - is application which filter DAO proposal and parsing messages channel to structurise flow of ‘blaming’ proposal and let community better tool to look at it. And vote for it.
On this level all the newest contracts from “Factory” - Whitelist, HubFactory,HubWallet will be deployed. It will be the start of forming real new homeostasis of the system. After that we think that a few “debug” releases will be necessary with different community proposals. *General locator and end-node client
This mean that locator will be used not only for browser, but for any type of application. We think it will take all queries from localhost to the network services and look for this services in sonm network to determine nearest good point. *BTSync *Court app
v.1.0 - DOMIN (august 2018) The very first commercial version of this platform for public usage.
Global DNS and service locator improvements allow us to create a new internet browser, which would allow everyone to find and run services like https://servicename.
Graphic UI improvements for each part of the system permit us to improve the user experience and start to widely expand among ‘non-bitcoiners’.
We also believe that other companies will use our smart-contract’s organization (Forge), which would allow them to use one contract-register and fair system protection from malicious users and fraud.
v.1.1 - THRON (november 2018) UX improvement, community proposals, feedback, debug, etc.
v1.n - CHERUB (2019) Development of the new SOSNA version is started, which will be based on CoreOS (a system you could literally run everywhere - microwaves and washing machines). Seriously, read about CoreOS - it is awesome!
v.2.0 - SERA (2020) Release of SOSNA 2.0. Imagine if your smart-watches from Apple could earn you money? That’s what we are talking about - When “Time is money!” is not just words.
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How to mirror an onion site for later discussion

As everyone knows, many onion sites are very short-lived, and whilst you might find something interesting one day, you may return the next week to find not only is it down, but there are no mirrors and the content is simply gone for good.
Under these circumstances people like turn to personal testimonial that they once saw such-and-such and because they neither bookmarked the site or even created screen shots, that they have to be believed. No one has to be believed.
The following are two useful ways to backup sites.
Archive.is
Archive.is is a popular website mirroring service, suitable for backing up small mostly static websites for free.
Since it can't access Tor natively, you'll need a Tor2Web service like onion.link or onion.to.
For this example we will use Bitcoin Fog located at http://foggeddriztrcar2.onion/ First I check the site is up and working. Next I convert it to a Tor2Web link and check that is working too, in this case https://foggeddriztrcar2.onion.to/
Finally I pass this to archive.is. If it already has a snapshot of the site it will ask if I want to update the snapshot. Finally, it produces a URL which is both reliable and easy to share:
http://archive.is/FZOhJ
Because the information is stored on an online service, it provides some evidence that the snapshot is true and not been tampered with.
Mirroring tools
Another method for mirroring sites involves using specialised software or tools for the job. The popular GNU tool wget has a large amount of native support for website mirroring, meaning you don't need to mess around with commercial tools if you don't want to.
If you're on windows, you'll need to download something like cygwin to allow use of unix tools.
Now if you need to do this most anonymously, you'll need to configure your main internet connection to use Tor, which is to say more configuration that just using the Tor Browser bundle. However if you don't mind your ISP being able to see the site you're backing up, then you can again use a Tor2Web version of the url.
Create a temporary directory and run the following command:
wget -m -k -K -E https://foggeddriztrcar2.onion.to/ 
The switches in question tell wget to mirror, konvert links to local versions, save original non-Konverted files, and adjust Extensions to .html files.
The script should crawl entire sites.
Because all the information is saved locally, it is impossible to prove it has not been tampered with unfortunately, but it's useful for study purposes.
Conclusions
These tools should allow you to backup and share all kinds of onion links you come across, and even share them in /deepweb/
Never hear tales of 'creepy links' again - demand the content!
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PSA: Do not use TorShops, EuCanna, Peoples Drug Store or EasyCoin wallet.

Figured I should lay some good ol' Tor justice smackdown on whoever this is. If you don't want to get into the juicy details just read the title and store it in your brain for future reference. This entire thing really fucking rustled my jimmies and I'm going to get it out there.
Earlier I received an e-mail from someone frantically encouraging me to take down TorShops off the Cleaned Hidden Wiki. They alleged that the vendor stole $500 from them and that he'd actually faked a ton of feedback across various sites and even came up with elaborate forums/communities as a part of the operation. I get these e-mails once a week - occasionally from a legit scam, occasionally from a competing vendor trying to tarnish another vendor's reputation. The entire thing seemed really far-fetched and complex and didn't scream "scam" by any measures to me. That's usually the most dangerous kind of scam though; the one that looks like it could easily pass as any legitimate marketplace and doesn't cause a second glance.
However, I decided to investigate. I remember this vendor sending me an e-mail a while back, so I cracked open TrueCrypt, searched around a bit for archived e-mails (I occasionally keep them when someone asks me to add something to CHW - can become useful in events like these), and finally found it. He'd asked me to add 3 different links to CHW - EuCanna, EasyCoin, and the actual TorShops site. This maybe should've sent alarm bells ringing (this wide of a variety of products is rare unless you have a whole team working on it). I thought nothing of it, the sites looked pretty fancied up and it likely took effort to build them so I didn't worry about it too much.
Fast forward a bit, I see TorShops advertising on reddit. Not odd at all, some reasonable site operators advertise here when they want to get the word out about a service.
Fast forward to today. I check out EasyCoin. I notice the banner at the top of the page - it advertises the clearnet URL and .onion URL. I check out the clearnet site.
This is what sent me for a loop. The banner at the top didn't include any .onion address. In fact, I found no sign of an .onion counterpart at all on the entire site. This happens with scams all the time. I remember a Bitcoin laundry that blatantly ripped off part of Fog's descriptions and a clearnet site's interface.
The reason why I included Peoples Drug Store. This thread. Site located at this URL.
All of these drug sites include escrow. The escrow is provided by the drug sites. All of these sites appear custom-made except for EasyCoin (which is where this scam artist dun fuck'd up).
Moral of the story: Trust NO ONE in Onionland. Never go by appearances alone. Use a guaranteed third party escrow that isn't affiliated with the vendor. Make reviews regarding vendors in Evil|Wiki's Reviews page. Always warn others if you come across a scam.
Good luck out there, it can be a dangerous place.
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Clean Coins

I found a Bitcoin Mixing Service by way of the Hidden Wiki called Clean Coins. I wasn't completely sure about it but I still sent 14.05 BTC (93.85 USD) to be mixed. There are no accounts, but the site issues an account hash with no discernible way to enter it somewhere else. When I try to send the coins to the mixer, I get an internal error. I fear I have now lost my bitcoins. With respect to that, I have a few questions:
  1. Has anybody used this particular service before? I found no discussion on The Hidden Wiki and, being part of the deep web, it doesn't turn up even when searched for with Startpage or DuckDuckGo. Probably not a scam
  2. Is there any way to retrieve the coins? For clarity, I sent them from a certain road, hence the throwaway. I wanted to withdraw my coins and send them back to my BTC exchange, without having them come directly from the Silk Road.
  3. Is mixing the coins necessary when withdrawing from sites like the Silk Road? I will most likely be using Bitcoin Fog from now on, simply so I don't have to worry about my money disappearing when I exit Tor. No, it's not necessary
Edit: for reference, here is the URL: tblbrxrd7mnimwg5.onion
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A SIMPLE GUIDE TO SAFELY AND EFFECTIVELY TUMBLING (MIXING) BITCOINS

Bitcoin tumbling, also referred to as Bitcoin mixing or Bitcoin laundering, is the process of using a third party service to break the connection between a Bitcoin address sending coins and the address(s) they are sent to. Since the Bitcoin blockchain is a public ledger that records every transaction, mixing coins is critical for anyone who doesn’t want the entire world to know exactly where they send and store their BTC, or from where they receive it.
Properly mixing coins may seem like a daunting task to those who aren’t very familiar with Bitcoin, but it is actually a simple process that will only take a few minutes of your time for each deposit.
There are good reasons for everyone to mix their coins, but for those who use Darknet Markets in particular, it is a necessity. New tools are being built all the time to increase the ability of the public, as well as private corporations and government agencies, to follow coins through the blockchain and track those who use it. It may seem like a waste of time now, but in the near future it may be simple for anyone- including friends, relatives, employers, and law enforcement, to track every Bitcoin transaction you’ve ever made and see exactly where it ended up. Breaking the connection between your addresses and the coins’ destination by mixing them is certainly a precaution that all DNM users should take.
In this guide we attempt to provide the simplest possible step-by-step instructions to help users unfamiliar with the process of Bitcoin tumbling do so effectively. This guide assumes the reader already has a basic understand of how to send Bitcoins and how to use .onion sites.
To mix your coins using this method, you will need:
-Bitcoins, or the ability to buy them. -The Tor Browser -The ability to create new Bitcoin wallets, both via Tor and on the clear net. We recommended using Electrum, but any client that functions over Tor will work. Alternately, you could use Blockchain.info and their Tor hidden service to create all or some of your wallets.
NOTE: Always make sure you get the .onion link for this and every hidden service from a safe place (like Darknetmarkets.org), never from Wikipedia, Reddit, or Hidden Wikis! Also make sure that you never use the blockchain.info clearnet url over Tor; doing that opens you up another possible vulnerability (malicious tor exit nodes). A good place to make sure you are using the correct URL is from our Darknet Resources page, or memorize our short link for it: drk.li/BC.
The Steps
Step #1: Create a wallet on the clearnet. (We will refer to this as wallet #1)
Step #2: Buy Bitcoins, and send the amount you want to mix to wallet #1.
Step #3: Create a second wallet, this time over the Tor network. (wallet #2)
Step #4: Send your bitcoins from wallet #1 directly to wallet #2.
The reason for this is to add plausible dependability between your clearnet wallet and in-person purchases. If you are ever investigated by law enforcement or the company from which you are buying coins (this happens with Coinbase.com especially), you can reasonably claim that you sent them to someone else who controls wallet #2 (for whatever made-up reason you have in mind as your excuse for your BTC purchase). After that you have no idea/don’t care what that person did with them, nor should anyone expect you to.
Step #5: Create a third wallet, also over the Tor network. (wallet #3).
Step #6: Select which mixer you will be using, and set up your transaction there using the address(s) from wallet #3. It is best to use multiple addresses, and to set random time delays.
ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOU ARE USING THE CORRECT .ONION LINKS!
Scams are rampant everywhere online, and the darknet is no different. You can choose your mixer(s) and get the correct URLs from our list of darknet Bitcoin mixers.
We recommend Helix by Grams first, and then Bitcoin Fog, as the two seemingly best in a group of imperfect options. They have both been extremely reliable so far while processing millions of dollars. DO NOT use blockchain.info’s shared send or any other coinjoin product as your mixer, as those do not completely hide your trail like the others.
Mixers in DarkNet:
braveb6iyacflzc2.onion - BraveBunny
btcwashzcpqktkwt.onion - Bitcoin Wash
m2cylfgzmxwauyqz.onion - BTCmix
bitmixegkuerln7q.onion - bitmixer
cleancondgqja34b.onion - CleanCoin
cleanco.in - CleanCoin
foggeddq65qveh2g.onion - BitcoinFog
blenderi54mbtyhz.onion - BitcoinBlender
grams7eo7mkagczs.onion - Helix Light
laundryzlzgnni4n.onion - BitLaundry
NOTE: Turn off JavaScript before doing this step if you are using Helix, Bitcoin Fog, Bit Blender, or other mixers that function without it. (Click on the “S!” icon before the address bar in the Tor browser, then >Forbid Scripts Globally”.)
submitted by roninkash1972 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Experience so far

I've read about the benefits of bitcoins on MSM so I decided to give it a try. One of the benefits was that governments had a hard time tracing people who bought something on a market like Silk Road. The goal I had was buying something anonymously on Evolution.
I had to buy some bitcoins, so I went to bitcoin.org and tried some of the sites. What I noticed fast; if I wanted to buy a significant amount I had to verify by giving a copy of my ID, phone number etc. I was surprised by this, since I thought bitcoin is mostly used because of the pseudo-anonimity. Isn't that one of the main reasons it became popular? And how do you feel about this? Because I think it looks more and more to a payment system where a lot of transactions can be traced back to a person. Are you satisfied when the only benefits left are 'ending amount of bitcoins(decentralized organised)', direct transfers and low fees? What other benefits am I missing?
About the privacy thing. If you want to make coins anonymous you can use a service like Bitcoin Fog. My guess is that services like this are necessary since I buyed bitcoin with my regular bank account so they're easy to trace.
Oh and I bought some .onion urls for 0.001 bitcoin, but I'm far far far from sure whether it was anonymous while I initially thought reason #1 to pay with bitcoins was because of it's privacy.
submitted by woolloomoolo0 to BitcoinBeginners [link] [comments]

They are scamming IMO.

Same thing happened to me, I thought I could trust them with my coin for a few days, I was wrong. I checked my account after a week and there was nothing in it, checked transactions and my btc was stolen 3 days after arriving. I am monitoring the address they were sent to but nothing has happened yet - not that I can do anything about it anyway :(
DO NOT USE BITCOIN FOG - just do it yourself! (look up the guides)
Bitcoin Fog released this statement (probably a load of shit) "Recently we have been receiving a lot of reports from users that claim that their accountshave been stolen. Between weak password, phishing websites, inability to send e-mails or other means of identifying users,there are a lot issues with restoring passwords. To improve the situation we have now implemented PGP authentication.If you have any substantial amounts of Bitcoin going through our service, we highly encourage you to use the PGP Authenticationmechanism to improve the security of your account. Also remember that no amount of security can save you from a proxying phishingwebsite, so always make sure you access our service using the proper url."
submitted by doubleWon to BitcoinFog [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Mixers

Hi there, most of people who use darknet should to use mixing services to stay fully anonymous it makes impossible to track your transactions, that`s why i decided to make this list share other links in this topic, please
Mixers in DarkNet:
[url=http://blenderi54mbtyhz.onion/]http://bitblendervrfkzr.onion/[/url] - BitcoinBlender http://braveb6iyacflzc2.onion/- Brave Bunny 6x [url=http://fogcorevmbk2jfqv.onion/]http://foggeddriztrcar2.onion/[/url] - BitcoinFog http://cleancondgqja34b.onion/ - CleanCoin http://m2cylfgzmxwauyqz.onion/ - BTCmix http://laundryzlzgnni4n.onion/ - BitLaundry [url=http://bitmixegkuerln7q.onion/]http://bitmixer2whesjgj.onion/[/url] - Bitmixer.io (TOR)
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