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Forbes article claims “Chainalysis de-mixed the Wasabi transactions”

Forbes article claims “Chainalysis de-mixed the Wasabi transactions”



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  1. The story makes several false claims to link transactions, starting with Coinfirm, a person well-known here as a spammer offering cointracking services for a fee, and well-known for never delivering

    I challenge the shapeshift link and the wasabi link on the grounds that they lack detail. The reader is supposed to accept the common wisdom that all coins can be tracked

    The GRIN link is complete bullshit. They found the IP address of a GRIN node. A network node isn’t a transaction sender

  2. Without centralized exchanges and with a robust circular economy, there is no vector of attack and governments can’t leverage blockchain forensics firms. That’s the way bitcoin was designed, with perfect privacy and pseudonymity, before exchanges existed, with the benefit of a transparent blockchain where every indie node can see and verify each transaction. That’s why DEX’s are important, why the LN is important, why buying your VPN or hair gel in BTC when possible is important. That’s why keeping your coins on a central exchange is immoral, and only creates drag on bitcoin’s escape velocity.

    Centralized exchanges are bitcoin’s worst enemy. Every other enemy’s attacks can only harden and make BTC stronger.

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