If you think Bitcoin is an anonymous cryptocurrency… you are totally wrong (read this and this).
Some people using Bitcoin are looking to get a real privacy and this is where bitcoin mixing service websites are useful.
Privacy is a right, not a privilege.
Prior to the advent of trustless alternatives, mixing services (also called tumblers) were used to mix one’s funds with other people’s money, intending to confuse the trail back to the funds’ original source. In traditional financial systems, the equivalent would be moving funds through banks located in countries with strict bank-secrecy laws.
When you use a bitcoin mixer, you send your money to an anonymous service and, if it is well-built, it will send you anonymous coins back.
I am going to try to update a list of Bitcoin mixers/tumblers websites frequently. It will be sorted from the best to the worst.
Feed back it is important for me and for other users/readers, so please, do not hesitate to commenting… (I know there is a lot of scam, so I will reject any comment containing it)
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I do hope this page is useful for you.
Last update: September 2020
Name: Helix (Reborn)
Official clearnet link: https://helixmixer.org/
Fees: Randomized Fees from 0.3% to 1.3% (+ Network fees 0,0005)
Helix video tutorial:
Official clearnet link: https://coinmixer.es
Fees: Randomized Fees from 0.5% to 1.3% (+ Network fees 0,0005)
Coinmixer video tutorial:
Official clearnet link: https://ultramixer.net
Fees: minimum fee 0.3% (+ Network fees)
Official clearnet link: https://bitcoinmixer.eu
Fees: Very low, 0.1% (+Network fees)
Name: Pay Shield
Official clearnet link: N/A
Tor link: payshld6oxbu5eft.onion