Would it be possible to style it for Stealth? It isn't, but then, neither is the rest of the page footer. I had noticed that there was something new down there, but I didn't pay much attention to it because I have to highlight it to see what it is...
This is shitty advice. Just sell it all for Monero on some chink exchange without bothering with the tumbler and never have to worry about coin control again.You can try to get forward privacy from that stage with something like an equal-output Coinjoin (not a custodial tumbler!) however this will cost miner fees and there have been a few recent instances of account closures.
Make sure you’re using a wallet with coin control so you can label where each transaction comes from and keep different sources separate— I like Sparrow (desktop) + ColdCard (hardware wallet to sign txs) for BTC.
I figured saying “Unless you’re using XMR” would suggest that it’s the easier route— probably should’ve been clearer.This is shitty advice. Just sell it all for Monero on some chink exchange without bothering with the tumbler and never have to worry about coin control again.
If you really feel the need to own some obscure shitcoin, just buy a similar amount back for Monero a few weeks later over Tor.
A lot of the exchanges also have a little button you can click to clipboard the address, saving users a manual step (and an opportunity to fuck up and send their money into the void). It's probably pretty simple code.Something like QRs spanning horizontally and then the plaintext addresses underneath each one.
A lot of the exchanges also have a little button you can click to clipboard the address, saving users a manual step (and an opportunity to fuck up and send their money into the void). It's probably pretty simple code.
I don't know much about cryptocurrency, but it seems a bit weirdBTC
ETH & BAT
Set the fee manually, but not absurdly low, then let it sit for a week or so. 10 sat/b will confirm eventually.Hey i am exceptional whenn it comes to Crypto so if somebody could give me a basic rundown on these topics I didnt find reliable answers to:
When on buying on coinbase I am obviously now transferring to my own wallet (I use electrum) however then sending to josh has a fee of about 6 fucking percent on good days. Any information on how to make most of my shekels reach josh would be most appreciated.
Send options? You mean like fees?Also an idiots guide to the different send options would be nice. I get that the higher the fee the faster it's your transactions turn but thats about it.
The labels don't show up on the recipient side.The bitcoin app didn't allow me to label my payment, so I'll see if there's someone I can DM the notice to. Meh.
Practically, it's all the same. Buy coin, send to recipient by pasting in wallet string. Pick Bitcoin if you just don't care.I see Josh suggesting litecoin, and another suggesting Monero. If I'm going to dig in on understanding and being able to safely use crypto, is there any significant difference to the end user or is it just some drop down effectively whereever you buy since they all support like a hundred varieties I assume?