1. @bottlepay have rejected my incoming btc transactions due to the coins having been in samourai wallet and/or mixed with @SamouraiWallet #Whirlpool If you have been sent mixed coins you will get stung. @matt_odell @PeterMcCormack @proofofsteph #bitcoin
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sad. expect more of this be ready to slay all heroes, and all companies you think are pro-bitcoin
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@chris_belcher_ & Coinswap fixes this.
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Coinswap fixes Bitcoin privacy like Russian roulette cures headaches.
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Sure - that's what @SamouraiWallet seemed to suggest....but can you (or someone) explain why??? Has @chris_belcher_ got it wrong? All sounded very logical when I first heard about it last year.
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There's multiple problems with this narrative that the overt nature of Coinjoin is an issue that must be fixed (by Coinswap).
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Do you agree that CoinSwap is a tool capable of enhancing privacy of Bitcoin? If I understand correctly, CoinSwap and Coinjoin can be used in unison; each contributing towards obfuscation of coin history. It’s yet another helpful tool, no? Why the hostile stance wrt CoinSwap?
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I don't have any issue with atomic swaps. I have a huge issue with the recent narrative that overt privacy-enhancing tools (like equal-output coinjoins) are a problem that needs to be fixed. Privacy isn't a crime. Enforcing privacy isn't something that we should be ashamed of.

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Completely agree that privacy isn’t a crime and shouldn’t be shamed or otherwise considered in a negative light. That said, reality trumps ideology. Fact is, a coinjoin tx is easily identifiable on chain - something that can’t be said of a CoinSwap tx.
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Encrypted communications are easily identifiable. That doesn't prevent the growing adoption of E2EE messaging apps by mainstream users despite all the FUD about Signal/Telegram being tools for terrorists.
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