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How do I improve my privacy score? I’ll be adding some details in the comments.

How do I improve my privacy score? I’ll be adding some details in the comments.



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  1. Read the 4 issues. Exchange probably combining inputs and sending to many recipients at the same time.

    There is no reason to use closed source wallets since good options are available.

  2. I’m in the process of moving my BTC from my exchange (Bitso, Latin America exchange and wallet) to a mobile wallet.
    I did my address test with just a few dollars.
    My first move was from Bitso to Exodus with a bc1 address and the score was around 32.
    My second test was from Bitso to Muun Wallet with a 3… address (legacy) and got the score from the image.

    How do I improve my score?
    And can you explain to me what does “Senders” and “recipients” mean?
    Why 11 & 6?

    Thanks a lot

  3. It makes more sense to look on the privacy score of an address and not on the transaction level. The lower the [privacy score](https://btctester.com/bitcoin-privacy-score/) of a BTC address, the easier it can be traced. This score looks on all outbound transactions from this address and other addresses belonging with high likelihood to the same entity. So even if your transaction has a high privacy score it doesn;t mean that the privacy of your wallet or address is good.

What do you think?

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