A super simple guide to using cryptocurrency anonymously
A super simple guide to using cryptocurrency anonymously
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Is Bitcoin Anonymous? A Complete Beginner’s Guide
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''' How to use bitcoin anonymous guide 2019 - repost and share! For a really anonymous bitcoin wallet it is best to use a wallet on the dark web. Download Torbrowser app from app/play store or [torproject.org]1 and then use it to go to one of the following dark web bitcoin wallets: [[link]6 [[link]7 Or the oldest one: [[link]8 Those wallets are great for day to day spending anonymity. If you only need a mixer without a wallet then check out: BitCloak [link]9 BitMixBiz [link]10 BlenderIO [link]11 Chipmixer [link]12 EludeMail [link]13 BitcoinFog [link]14 MixerMoney [link]15 MixTum [link]16 MyBitMix [link]17 Privcoin [[link]18 Those are currently the best options to use bitcoin with true anonymity. Maybe in the future coinjoin wallets will be good, but currently dark web services are the most trusted, since they are unlikely to be shut down or infiltrated by police. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: StreetPrice6 1: *o**ro*ect.org 2: *i*bitw**5zh4m7u.*n*on/ 3: mixer*k*xev6*ru*.*n*on/ 4: sbq**e6d*iy*e*yr*onion/ 5: tr5***7gfbe*5itl.*nion* 6: **x*itw5**zh4m*u.on*on/]^^2 7: m*xe*pkpxev*qruk.on****]^^3 8: sbq*xe6d*iyd*tyr**nio*/]^^* 9: bi*c**a*4rkfygal.*ni*n/ 10: *itm*xbi*7xy*lve*onion* 11: bl*nderiot6rg***.*nio*/ 12: ch*pm*xer7v*gjz*.o*ion* 13: *ludem*iljk*mwo*.on**n/ 14: f*ggedd***2ue*x6.*nion/ 15: mixerm**e3kwri*e.on***/ 16: mixt*mm4rt*2kf***o*ion/ 17: **b*t*ixnzdtjave.oni*n* 18: tr*ods7**bea5itl.on**n/]**5 Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
Crash course in Bitcoin privacy (incl reading material)
Nobody in bitcoin is interested in securing your privacy, except you yourself. Below is an incomplete list of things that an average user can do to increase their privacy on the bitcoin network. DO:
run your own full node and connect your wallet to it: this avoids leaking your transactions/your IP to third parties (f.ex your LedgeTrezor gives your addresses to their servers every time you receive coins)
try to avoid KYC services, if possible: instead use Bisq, HodlHodl, establish a network for in-person buying/selling, go to meetups, start earning bitcoin etc
ILPT: In depth guide on how you can make a lot of money anonymously (Bitcoin)
So you've all heard of the old e-whoring and DNA scams by now, but people and corporations are already starting to crack down on them. So what do you do when these techniques become obsolete? Today I present to you: Cryptoconning! (As in cryptocurrency and con). So what is cryptoconning you may ask? Well it's a quick way to make a lot of bitcoins without them being traced back to you. I have only seen this technique used once and it *almost* got me, and I usually have a good eye for scams and the like. Cryptoconning is very easy to set up, even more so than e-whoring, as it requires no external downloads apart from a social media app/IM and a cryptowallet, although most people already have these anyway (and if you don't have a wallet set up you probably shouldn't be doing this scam anyway lol). Alright so let me explain the general idea of this scam. It relies on some small mind tricks. You know how online games always have some kind of in game currency, or a premium currency? Well the reason they work so well is because it breaks the association between money-product and adds a barrier between them (money-currency-product). Would you rather spend 5 dollars on a cosmetic item for your character, or spend 6 dollars on 600 gems, then spend 500 of them on the item and have 100 left over to spend on other purchases. Pretty self-explanatory. So now that we have the basis of the scam out of the way, let me show you how this is gonna work. You're going to offer someone 0.06 btc if they pay you 0.006 btc. Yeah, that's it. Well sort of, let me explain further. For those of you aren't into cryptocurrency, 0.006 btc is roughly 40 dollars as of right now, and 0.06 is 400. Now you are probably thinking I'm crazy, that people would actually fall for this type of scam, but it actually works. Going back to the mind trick idea, what do you think sounds less sketchier: "hey bro i can turn 40 dollars into 400 rn just paypal me the money" or "hey bro i can turn 0.006 btc into 0.06 rn just send the btc to my address". Mathematically, the difference between 0.06 and 0.006 sounds much smaller than 40 and 400 to us, even to those who understand cryptocurrencies, that's how this scam works. So you get your victim, give them this offer (change the prices if you want), hope they go through with it and boom, free 40 dollars. That easy. So now that you get the gist of it, I'll write a more in depth instruction guide below, starting with a checklist for what you'll need to pull off this devious scam: - Some kind of social media app/instant messaging app. It's better to use the more popular ones, such as Instagram and Snapchat, but you can use Kik or Skype (who?) if you want. - Fake profile. Doesn't need to be in depth like with e-whoring, just make a simple page for your bitcoin entrepreneur with a fake name, PFP etc. Your profile doesn't even need a real person, you can go for the good old Xx_bitcoinguy69_xX if you want. - YouTube account. You'll need this to "vouch" for yourself. You can just use your main if you want or make a quick Google account as this one doesn't even need any content. - Crytowallet. There are plenty of good wallets out there. I use Blockchain on my phone for easy access, and it requires no ID verification. Aaaand that's all. No extra downloads required, no "[FREE]  Cryptoconning pack | Over 1200 bitcoins included!!!!!" needed! So now that everything is set up let's get to work. The first thing you are gonna want to do is promote yourself. *Don't* promote yourself as yourself, that's just stupid. That's why we use your YouTube account to vouch for yourself in the comments of bitcoin videos. Now you may be asking, what type of video should I be looking for? And the answer is any. Really, just type bitcoin in the search box and sort by upload date. For the best results however, I would look for videos titled "how to get free bitcoins" and the like, as the type of people who will be watching those videos will be pretty desperate for money. In the comments just type something along the lines of "this is a good technique but my friend has access to a crazy mining rig. he can get you 0.06 btc in a few days message him on [social media] his name is [username].". If you want to increase your percieved authenticity, try and relate your comment to the video in some way. Yes this is more time consuming but it makes you stand out from all the bots in the comments. For example, instead of leaving the comment previously mentioned, start it like "this app is pretty cool i got 0.0002 btc in a few days. will definitely take some time but my friend already started me off etc etc etc.". Now your first victims have begun messaging you, what next? Well the next part is similar to e-whoring, so if you are experienced in that this will be a breeze. The less questions they ask, the better. This is also a good way of seeing how desperate they are, so if you feel like you can take advantage of someone, increase the prices and the "profit". Just don't go too high, and keep the difference between the price and profit low. If they start asking questions just bullshit your way through them. "Where does the money come from?" "I have access to a mining rig in Texas", "How can you get it so fast?" "We have over 350 mining rigs, with Radeon RX 460s", "How do you make a profit out of this?" "It's not my mining rig", etc etc. When they finally ask for the money, that's when you tell them about the fee. You need a good reason for this, and by far the best one is to say that you need the money to pay for the mining rig's services. This one works like a charm. So by now you should have been able to see what kind of person they are. Friendly? Go semi high with the price and if they hesitate offer to lower it a bit. Straight forward? Go somewhere in the middle-high. Asks lots of questions? Go middle and offer to lower it a bit just for them. When you've finally got them on board all you need to do is give them your wallet address and they will send the bitcoins over. Sometimes this can take a few hours or sometimes it goes through immediately, but you should recieve it the same day. And just like that, you've made yourself a quick 30-80 dollars! Now you don't your victim to get suspicious right away, so if the transaction hasn't gone through, tell them that it hasn't, and that you will get back to them as soon as it has. If you get it immediately, say "thanks got it" and that you've started the mining rig and it will take a couple days (be specific, don't just say "a few days", say "about 74 hours") and bid your farewell to them. At this point you can just block them but if you don't risk getting reported and your account taken down you can take it further. There's a chance that your victim will ask for progress on your mining so just give them a fake amount of bitcoins according to how long it's been since you "started it". So if you said it will take 74 hours and it's been 2 days since you scammed them, say you have mined 0.0454379 btc out of the 0.06 you agreed on. After the time period is finished come up with some excuse such as you're not allowed to use the mining rig anymore, or the owners took the bitcoins. Say you're sorry and that you returned the bitcoins they sent you and that it will probably take a few hours to send. You can even fake a screenshot of the confirmed transaction if you want, just in case they ask for proof, but at this point it's safe enough to block them. And that's how you make 100s of dollars in bitcoins per day, completely anonymous, less hassle than other methods and less risk involved! I hope you found this useful because it took me forever to write this. Below I made a pros and cons list for a quick summary. Happy scamming! :) Pros of cryptoconning: - Completely anonymous, can't be traced back to you, especially if you launder it through Monero - No downloads needed (except wallet and social media, but if you're on this sub you should probably already have those!) - Faster than other methods, both setting up and actually executing; victims are more straight forward and willing to pay - No need to maintain relationships with victims (also a con) - Less risk than other money making methods (DNA is being cracked down on) - Doesn't take up your time unlike e-whoring - Less saturated than e-whoring Cons of cryptoconning: - Requires you to trade bitcoins for IRL currencies if you want to move it to PayPal/bank accounts - Requires more promotion than other methods, can't just stick a profile on kikfriender.com and let it do it's thing lol - Victims are one time use, unlike e-whoring - Bigger risk of account being banned
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