Bitcoin is often called anonymous because you don’t have to provide your personal information to send or receive bitcoins.
But Bitcoin is a pseudo-anonymous and digitally distributed currency.
Bitcoin is designed to allow its users to send and receive payments with an acceptable level of privacy as well as any other form of money. However, Bitcoin is not anonymous and cannot offer the same level of privacy as cash. – Bitcoin.org
In Bitcoin, your address is the pseudonym you use to receive Bitcoin. Every transaction involving that account is permanently stored in the blockchain, and if it ever becomes linked to your identity then your entire transaction history will be too.
In the original Bitcoin whitepaper, it was recommended that users generate a new address for every transaction to avoid those transactions tying back to the same owner.
It’s the same process as writing multiple books under different pseudonyms. If one of your pseudonyms is linked to you, it doesn’t mean that the others will be.
When using this method, are you completely anonymous?
However, with multiple transactions and different wallets, it’s not possible to guarantee complete anonymity.
To address this issue the mix-bitcoin.net team developed a new bitcoin mixer to give people the ability to maintain their privacy on the BTC network. The goal was to develop a Bitcoin mixer that is reliable and easy to use with the experience the team gathered from working on other crypto-mixers for the last half-decade.
What the service provides:
– Zero logs
– Easy, straightforward usage
– Fast responsive 24/7 support (Twitter/Mail)
– The option to use time delays and a mixing code (To increase the anonymity factor)
– Letter of Guarantee
– low fees (<0.5%)
– API for developers to use (https://mix-bitcoin.net/api/)
– Blog with weekly news and education about blockchain anonymity
– Onion address (btcmixwa2wuw5cqjuxdz3gb4l37p6rfllato3mse3s7ohjusnymj3jyd.onion)