Anonymous BitCoin Wallet
A simple, secure way to send and receive bitcoin.
Supports both Bitcoin Cash (BCH) & Bitcoin Core (BTC)
Switch between the two currencies effortlessly.
The peer-to-peer Local Bitcoin Cash marketplace with no KYC
Fast: start trading instantly
Simply sign up to start trading Bitcoin Cash (BCH) instantly with both local and global users
Private: now and always
Trade on a fully private platform. We’ll never ask you to share personal details with us
Secure: end-to-end encryption
Buy and sell with total confidence since every trade is protected by our encrypted blind escrow
Buy and Sell Your BitCoin Anonymously
The Safest way to Cash in or sell your cryptocurrency!
Is Bitcoin Anonymous?
An Anonymous BitCoin Wallet is just that, but bitcoin can be traced if you arent careful. BitCoin is still far more private than credit cards, it’s still much less anonymous than cash. The way Bitcoin works, all Bitcoin transactions are stored in a public ledger called the blockchain. The data stored in each of these transactions includes a bitcoin payment amount, the Bitcoin addresses of the sender and the Bitcoin address of the recipient.
Can Bitcoins be Traced?
Because every transaction uses the bitcoins from a prior transaction, and the blockchain is public data, every Bitcoin payment has a traceable history that can be viewed by anyone. While addresses are 100% traceable they can’t be linked to a person or entity. That’s why Bitcoin is often called pseudonymous or pseudo-anonymous. However, a person’s identity can be associated with a Bitcoin address through other means. For example when people publish their name together with their Bitcoin address online (among other ways). Once the association has been made, someone with enough determination, time, and resources could analyze the blockchain and determine how many bitcoins an individual has, how they receive them, and how they spend them. To use Bitcoin anonymously, precautions need to be taken to prevent your true identity from being associated with your transactions and addresses.
Keep Your BitCoin Wallet Anonymous
Make new addresses for every single transaction you make. Most people are lazy and when paying for something in cryptocurrency they will use the same public address as they did for the last transaction. Over time this practice will build up a list of transactions associated with one wallet. With enough forensic digging those transactions could easily be associated to a real world identity.
If you really care about obscuring where your Bitcoins have come from, use a mixer or tumbler service. It’s typically a method favored by money launderers and criminals so maybe think twice before you dive into this murky world. But mixer services are useful, you throw your Bitcoin in one end, it gets split up and sent to various addresses numerous times, before being spat out the other end into your chosen wallet from a range of addresses. These services don’t come for free though, so think about who you might be supporting in your pursuit of anonymity. Clearly, staying anonymous with Bitcoin isn’t that simple, and it certainly doesn’t come for free. Besides the financial prices we pay for some anonymity services, we must also sacrifice huge amounts of convenience. But even in the modern world of cryptocurrency regulation, you can still stay anonymous. It just won’t be easy.