It cannot be emphasized enough. With Monero KYC services DO NOT matter. Once it leaves the service it disappears into a black hole and is completely private. Almost like when you withdraw fiat bills from a bank...
"you can simply hook up ASIC miners, plug them into a mining pool, and begin receiving payouts for your provided hashpower directly into your personally controlled Bitcoin wallet without providing any KYC/AML" Insanely good write up by @DiverterNoKYC: diverterbtc.keybase.pub/Mini…
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Replying to @xmrhaelan
Where do these guys get off, trying to convince the public that it's "simple" to get into Bitcoin mining? They're like people advertising deeds to fake gold mines. They know full well that any ASIC the general public can buy today is already obsolete.

10:36 PM · Jun 9, 2020

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Insanely numb ...
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For altcoins, sure. But for sha256d we are riding up against fundamental limits of 7nm process already. You can get the modern hardware, competing on scale is never gonna happen though.
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KYC matters. To state otherwise is disingenuous. XMR is not a magic bullet that absolves the individual of the information that they have given up to a third party service. Absolutely nothing in @DiverterNoKYC's article stated that it was "simple" to get into Bitcoin mining.
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Point taken. My comment was just to emphasize that people can still keep their spending private with Monero if they use a KYC exchange (assuming they don’t buy something directly from an exchange wallet).
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