Why should I mix my Monero?
Monero mixing, also referred to as Monero tumbling or Monero laundering, is the process of using a service like ours to break the connection between a Monero sending and receiving address.
Since the Monero blockchain is a public ledger that records every transaction, mixing coins is critical for anyone who doesn’t want the entire world to know exactly where they send and store their Monero, or from where they receive it.
Properly mixing coins may seem like a daunting task to those who aren’t very familiar with Monero, but it is actually a simple 3-step process that takes no more than 2 minutes.
There are good reasons for everyone to mix their coins, but for those who use Darknet Markets in particular, it is a necessity. New tools are being built all the time to increase the ability of the public, as well as private corporations and government agencies, to follow coins through the blockchain and track those who use it.
In the near future it may be simple for anyone- including friends, relatives, employers, and law enforcement, to track every Monero transaction you’ve ever made and see exactly where it ended up. Breaking the connection between your addresses and the coins’ destination by mixing them is certainly a precaution that all Monero users should take. You NEED to use a Monero mixer to protect your privacy and safety.