June 9, 2020, 6:02 p.m.
It's an unfortunate truth that Bitcoin does not provide the true anonymity it once seemed to promise. The open ledger of the Bitcoin blockchain allows anyone to follow the transactions of your wallets, and, with the right analysis, track down the details of your real identity. This comes as a shock to many who were using Bitcoin specifically because of the perceived privacy benefits of cryptocurrency. Knowing that Bitcoin is not fully anonymous and cannot protect you from blockchain analysis, how can you use Bitcoin securely and safely without compromising your identity, financial information, or transaction history? Despite Bitcoin not being the secure anonymous crypto it was once thought to be, there are still ways to use Bitcoin with a much higher degree of anonymity and privacy.
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