If you're visiting our blog here at Bitcoin Laundry, odds are you probably understand the importance of mixing your bitcoin and carefully protecting your privacy. But what about after you've mixed your coins with us? Most bitcoin wallets are not anonymous, and your need for anonymity goes beyond just having clean coins.
Even experienced bitcoin users can overlook the security of their wallets. If you've used Bitcoin Laundry to mix your coins, we guarantee that the coins themselves cannot be traced to your previous transactions or personal information. However, if you send your coins from the to a standard wallet on an exchange or a web app, you still run the risk of exposing idenifying information. The best security practice is to create an anonymous bitcoin wallet that you use to receive your clean bitcoin. Using an anonymous wallet to receive freshly mixed bitcoin will resist the most advanced blockchain analysis, giving you the peace of mind you need.
A good anonymous wallet should have these features:
A new address with every transaction
Hardware wallet integration
High encryption standards (many use AES-256 encryption)
Sending your mixed coins to a secure anonymous wallet tidies any loose ends that could be traced between you and your past transactions. At Bitcoin Laundry we always recommend the most secure practices, and creating a fully anonymous environment to store your coins is the best way to keep your Bitcoin, and your identity, protected.