Mixing Reinvented For Your Privacy

We offer the best privacy you can get from Bitcoin mixer.

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Why Choose ChipMixer?

Full control over mixing
More random than predefined mixing procedure
Outputs are fungible
Each chip is exactly the same
Outputs are faster than inputs
From blockchain perspective, you spend them before sending to mixer
Merge small chips into big ones
First mixer that allows you to merge inputs privately
No Accounts, no bitcodes
No link between your sessions
Signed source of funds
You get receipt of receiving funds from us
We wait 7 days for your deposit
You may extend that time
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Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

How does deposit work?

ChipMixer creates Bitcoin addresses and funds them with specific sizes. These are chips with 0.1 BTC, 0.2 BTC, 0.4 BTC and so on till 8.192 BTC. When you deposit your Bitcoins, you receive same amount in chips. For example you deposit 1.12 BTC and you receive 0.64 + 0.32 + 0.16 chips. Each chip was funded before your deposit, so there is no link between them and your deposit on blockchain. They are already anonymous.

What can I do with chips?

You can split big chip into two small ones ie. 0.64 BTC chip into two 0.32 BTC chips.

You can merge two small same-sized chips into big one ie. two 0.32 BTC chips into 0.64 BTC chip.

You can donate less than 0.0001 after the confusion for our service fee. For example, when 1.20006btc is confused, 0.00006 will not participate in the confusion and will be regarded as donation. If you only have big chips, you can split them before you donate.

Finally, you can withdrawall chips. This will randomly use chips from multiple addresses to send equal chips to the address you specify (new chips does not include your deposit).

Why should I use split/merge function?

To add random element into mix. Let's say you've sent 0.52 BTC You have received one 0.512 BTC chip and one 0.008 BTC. Blockchain analysis can prove that one of 0.512 BTC chips originating from here is yours. Since you can use split/merge, nobody knows if you've withdrawn big or small chips. It is not required to use, but existence of this option increases your privacy.

What fee do you take?

We use the part of pay on demand less than 0.1 as the donation strategy by default. This means that you determine how valuable our services are to you.

You may split chips into size you wish to donate.

Chip questions

Why chip values are so weird? 1.024 BTC? Why not 1 BTC?

We wanted to have a lot of chip sizes and to easily split/merge them. if you start with 1 BTC and you split it, your minimal chip is 0.015625 BTC which seems even weirder.

But 1.024 BTC is so uncommon that everyone will know I've used this mixer!

After a while it will get more common, because you won't even need to use mixer to anonymize your coins. Just split them into tokens and they look exactly like chips.

I really, really want 1 BTC chip!

You are in luck! We have introduced commonize function which will swap your weird looking 1.024 BTC chip into 1 BTC chip and weird looking 0.512 BTC into 0.5 BTC.

Using this action will cost you the weird part of chip which is around 2% fee.

Why I cannot withdraw small chips?

Current mining fees are almost as high as smallest chip size. Instead of withdrawing small chip - we issue a voucher for that amount. You can redeem old voucher to merge two small chips into one bigger and withdraw big one.

Privacy questions

When can I use chips?

After you've received chips, you can spend them right away without waiting for our transaction. But that's not all. Since your withdrawal is not visible on blockchain, it looks like your chip was moved a few days before your deposit. Time Travel! Third, less spectacular element this method gives you is that you decide when to move those coins next. Few days? Few seconds? Who knows, you are not encumbered with our solution. Fourth, when you are in a hurry, you can set higher fee to have your transaction included in first block. It's your money after all.

How long do you keep logs?

Your session lasts for 7 days. After that, your session and all its data will be removed. You can also destroy your session before time is up. We keep statistical data ie. how much was donated.

Fungibility? Why would I care?

Let's hear the expert:

First of all I was going to explain what we mean by fungibility before bitcoin and ecash. It's an old legal concept in fact, about paper currency. It's the idea that a one ten dollar note is the same as any other ten dollar note. If you receive a note that was involved in a theft, 10 transactions ago, and the police investigate the theft, they have no right to remove the ten dollar note from your pocket. It's not your fault that it was involved in a previous crime. And so bank notes actually have serial numbers, so it would be possible for a stolen note to be traced back to you.

This first arose, there was a 17th century court case where a wealthy merchant sent a couple of high-value bank notes to a colleague in the post and they never arrived. Before he sent them, he was quite paranoid that they would get stolen. He wrote down the serial numbers and made a mark on them. Sure enough they didn't arrive, so he put in a complaint with the bank, and evenutally the notes turned up at the bank. He tried to get the bank to return the notes to his ownership. The courts sided with the bank. Their reason was that if notes could be returned to their original owner after a theft, it would damage confidence in currency and it would be bad for business, the currency would become unusable because every time you received the paper note you would have to look in the newspaper whether it was reported stolen, or you would have the risk of it being taken, or you would have to rush to the bank to deposit it so that it was the bank's problem.(...)

Then we arrive at this problem of taint tracing. Because it's not very private, some people took an interest in tracing coins and I think the motivation was that there's a number of high-profile thefts of coins from exchanges and other businesses, and that's a problem for those businesses and they went out of businss because of it. Some people would like to put distance between themselves and coins that were used in illicit use. There is a law that says that currency is fungible, but because you can somewhat tell where a coin was used before, people started to care. Coin validation proposed to offer as a service to trace coins and try to give you a rating about how the history of the coin from your point of view and to offer that as a service to businesses. I think this could be quite dangerous because it goes back to that 17th century court case where now you could receive a coin that is perfectly valid at the time that you receive it, but a few weeks later a crime is uncovered and now your coin is tainted. So if this coin validation service is advicing many of the merchants where you would want to spend your coin at, it's tainted and now the merchant would refuse to accept your coin. That's a strange experience for you; you're holding a coin that you might have to sell at a discount to get rid of it. The aggregate effect of this might create a run on the bitcoin price. So it reopens this long-set legal principle that currency or currency units are all equal.


Other Questions

What will happen if I send less than lowest chip?

Since we don't have chips lower than 0.1 BTC, your deposit will be treated as donation. Be aware that if you send 0.15 BTC, you will receive one 0.1 BTC chip. Sending 0.15 BTC twice will result in three 0.1 BTC chips.

How much time do I have to send input transaction?

You have 7 days to deposit, mix and withdraw private keys.

What is a signed receipt?

Our goal is to make Bitcoin value independent of its blockchain history. Some governments and corporations wants to invalidate its value by claiming they are connected to something immoral like gambling. Every time you withdraw from ChipMixer, we give you cryptographically signed receipt that proves you have received those funds from us. Since the disconnection of history is proven, there can be no loss of value.

How it works: you fill in the whole amount of the resource account and the ChipMixer.com system divides it into small amounts and distributes them to different wallets, mixing them with the coins of other clients or with bitcoins taken on a foreign cryptocurrency exchange, you also get them in small portions to your wallet already washed. This process increases the anonymity of your coins. Features of the service: The main difference between this server is that it has 2 different mixing modes. Cleaning is carried out automatically.In one of the modes, pure BTC is received through foreign cryptocurrency exchanges. Guarantees with PGP signatures are used. Low and high minimum and maximum entry thresholds from 0.001 BTC to 50 BTC. The mixing procedure takes up to 6 hours. Note that there are services that offer to wait 1-2 days. Registration on this platform is not required. Cleaning is carried out automatically. Data encryption is practiced. At the time of writing, ChipMixer is one of the best BTC mixing services out there. We definitely recommend it.

ChipMixer is a very impressive service if you want to maintain your anonymity when you make purchases online. It can also be useful if you want to do p2p payments and donations. The service is used to mix a person’s funds and give this person some fresh bitcoins. The focus here is on making sure that the blender has the ability to confuse the trail as somebody could try to figure out the source. The best mixer is that one that keeps your anonymity at a max. You want each bitcoin transaction to be very hard to trace. This is where using our bitcoin mixing service makes a lot of sense. Protect your income and personal information becomes much easier. The reason why you want to use our service is because you want to hide your coins from hackers and third-parties. They can do a blockchain analysis, they may be able to track your personal data to steal your bitcoins. With our bitcoin tumbler, you don’t have to worry about that anymore.

Another trustworthy mixer is ChipMixer which supports two cryptocurrencies with Ethereum to be added soon. The mixing process is quite typical and similar to the processes on other tumblers. It is possible to set a time-delay option up to 72 hours and a sender has an opportunity to split the transaction, so the funds are sent to several addresses. Thus, sender’s funds are more secured and untraceable.

ChipMixer is a long-standing Bitcoin mixing service (or “Bitcoin tumbler”) that is designed to obfuscate the source of a customer’s BTC. It does this through proprietary methods that are not exactly known, but you can rest assured that the Bitcoin you receive at the end of the process cannot be traced back to the Bitcoin you sent to it. ChipMixer has been in operation since May 2017 and in this time, it has racked up very few legitimate complaints against it. To sum it up, ChipMixer is basically regarded as the most honest Bitcoin mixer around.
ChipMixer has websites on both the clearnet and the darknet. Keep in mind these two URLs are the only legitimate ChipMixer URLs, and if you attempt to use any other, you will get scammed. If you are looking to maximize anonymization, we recommend utilizing the darknet version. ChipMixer is a free service, meaning the customer can choose to pay a service charge of whatever amount they see fit (it is generally considered good etiquette to leave at least a small tip).
How Does ChipMixer Work?
ChipMixer works by taking your bitcoins (minimum deposit = 0.001 BTC) and sending you a “chip” (or “chips”) of a pre-specified amount composed of other peoples’ bitcoins. The “chip” is basically just BTC in a new address for which you are provided the private key. The chips you receive are always created before your deposit is received. This breaks the blockchain link between your bitcoins and thus their previous transaction history, making them more “fungible” and difficult to trace. There is no account creation process, no JavaScript, and no logs stored outside of a “session token” and “voucher” that allows you to redeem your chips.
What Kind of Features Does it Have?
ChipMixer is loaded with different customization options to further enhance the fungibility of your bitcoins. They include the following:
Full control over your mixing, making the process as random as you choose.
You can specify which chip denominations you would like to receive your outputs in.
Once withdrawn, you can “cash out” the chips at any time of your choosing.
You can set different transaction fees on each chip output manually.
Let’s say you make a deposit of 0.1 BTC. You receive three chips: one for 0.064 BTC, one for 0.032 BTC, and one for 0.004 BTC.
You can split the 0.064 BTC chip into 2 x 0.032 BTC chips and split the 0.004 BTC chip into 2 x 0.002 BTC chips.
You can choose to donate one of the 0.002 BTC chips to ChipMixer and click to withdrawal the remaining four chips. You will then receive private keys to these four chips and can move the BTC inside of them at a time of your choosing.
Limitations of ChipMixer
You must make all deposits to a session address within seven days after starting a session. You must also retain possession of your session token because this acts as your session ID and password – if you lose it, there will be no way to redeem your chips (if you haven’t already). Chips come in predetermined denominations, meaning extra amounts sent to ChipMixer that do not fit these denominations will be treated as donations. Also keep in mind that blockchain forensics firms like Chainalysis claim to be able to de-anonymize certain ChipMixer transactions, though this is largely due to customer transaction behavior post-mix.
In all, it’s hard to name a better Bitcoin mixing service than ChipMixer. Their team has remained totally anonymous for almost five years now, and in this time, they’ve developed a reputation for doing the right thing. Their good business practices have earned them a huge amount of BTC in donations over the years, and despite some negative publicity by the mainstream press in recent years, they show no signs of stopping any time soon.
For a comprehensive guide on Chip Mixer please visit our guide on ChipMixer.

About ChipMixer

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Support e-mail: [email protected]
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