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How to use a Bitcoin Mixer: BitCloak

Click here to see part 1: Helix

Bitcoin mixers are quite popular and they will probably continue to be so even as new privacy solutions like Monero or Zcash come along. Coin tumblers provide a great service, bute they should be used carefully.

We want to show you how to use, not only Bitcoin mixer, but four. We want to show you how to use four mixers so you can make your own choice about which one to use. We do not advertise these mixers as being the best out there but they are certainly popular. Remember: When using a third party service, there is always a chance your funds can be stolen or lost. This goes for centralized exchanges, web wallets and coin mixers. Last time, we showed you how to use the Helix mixer. This time, we’ll show you how to use BitCloak

BitCloak is Darknet Bitcoin Mixer that can only be reached using Tor. Bitcloak has two main services: “Mix your Bitcoins” and “Pay with Bitcoin anonymously”. We are going to show you how to use both

Unlike the last mixer we examined, Helix, this one requires no registration or entrance fee. For security reasons, it does requires the user to completely disable Javascript in his browser, otherwise it keeps redirecting to an error page. The service fee is randomly set in a range around 2%. Learn more about Bitcloak here.

Part 1 – Mix your Bitcoins

Step 1: Click here to go to BitCloak (onion link)

Step 2: Click “Mix Your Bitcoins

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Step 3: Insert the address you want your bitcoins to be sent. You can input up to 10 wallet addresses separated by a single dash “-”. We advise you to use multiple addresses to throw off any correlation between the amount of coins sent to Helix and the amount of coins that come out.

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Step 4: Inset the amount of BTC you want to mix

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Step 5: Choose the time delay you want to use. Time delay is also important as it will separate the time you spend on the deepweb from the transactions you receive.

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Step 6: Click “MIX MY BITCOINS!

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Step 7: If you want to be sure you’re not being phished or scammed, you can check if the PGP Proof is properly signed. The PGP signature can be found on the bottom of the page.

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Once that’s downloaded, you can click “Check PGP proof” to see the signed message

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Step 8: Now all you have to do is send Bitcoin to the address displayed

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Step 9: You can also check on the status of your Order by clicking “Check Order Status

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Part 2 – Pay with Bitcoin Anonymously

This option is basically the same thing but it will allow you to make a payment with an exact value. The fee will be added on top of the value you want to send and not deducted from it.

Step 1: Click here to go to BitCloak (onion link)

Step 2: Click “Pay Anonymously

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Step 3: Insert the address you want your bitcoins to be sent.

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Step 4: Inset the amount of clean bitcoin you want to send

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Step 5: Click “MIX MY BITCOINS!

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Step 6: Once more, you can check if the PGP Proof is properly signed. The PGP signature can be found on the bottom of the page. 6.png

Once that’s downloaded, you can click “Check PGP proof” to see the signed message

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Step 7: Now send the exact ammount of bitcoin shown (1) to the address displayed (2)

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Step 8: You can also check on the status of your Order by clicking “Check Order Status

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That’s it. You have sucessfully cleaned your Bitcoins, whether when making a purchase or withdrawing from a “dirty” source, you can use BitCloak to clean your Bitcoin. Furthermore, BitCloak also has a free api, that allows you to have the same functionalities (for both “mixing” and “paying” features) on your website/application.

On the next tutorial we’ll cover CoinMixer.se.

2 comments

  1. Very good tutorial!
    Probably the best bitcoin mixer in my opinion, they keep adding new things every couple of months and started to accept zero conf transactions recently.

  2. Awesome mixer always improving stuff

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