While using bitcoins is an excellent way to make your purchases, donations, and p2p payments, without losing money through inflated transaction fees, transactions are never truly anonymous. Bitcoin activities are recorded and available publicly via the blockchain.info; a comprehensive database which keeps a record of bitcoin transactions.
All exchanges require the user to scan ID documents, and large transactions must be reported to the proper governmental authorities, intelligence agencies and data miners. When you use Bitcoin to pay for goods and services, you will of course need to provide your name and address to the seller for delivery purposes to enable 1984.
This means that a third party with an interest in tracking your activities can use your visible balance and ID information as a basis from which to track your future transactions or to study previous activity. In short, you have compromised your security and privacy. You are open to blackmail, illegal profiling, tracking, hackers and thieves.
To avoid this, we recommend using a quality mixing service such BitMixer2 to periodically exchange your bitcoins for different ones which cannot be associated with the original owner. In order to further enhance the security of your transactions we provide the opportunity to use two or more forward addresses as well as convenient time delays which makes your transactions safe from reverse blockchain analysis. In addition, we store zero logs about your transaction, this website or anything else. BitMixer2 is the only bitcoin tumblers that - unlike Bitblender and Grams Helix - stores absolutely zero logs.