Another trustworthy mixer is CRYPTOMIXER 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.
Straight off, Crypto Mixer is the only Bitcoin Tumbler we’ve ever crossed paths with which offers a “Free trial”! The free trial obviously doesn’t mean they’ll just send you free money; rather no fee or commission is charged for this free trial although it’s limited to, and is exclusive for 0.0001BTC tumbling only. Their process of acquiring the clean coins is quite unique, obtained from various stock exchanges such as DigiFinex, Cryptonex, Binance and so on; ensuring cleaner coins than some other questionable sources pertaining to their claimed check using a proprietary algorithm. In the background, a user’s money is first mixed in their pre-mixer with other coins; then sent to the stock exchanges for further mixing with other traders’ coins and then summoned back to be sent back to the users. The major flaw with the tumbler however is its lack of user-control, users have absolutely no control over the time-delays meaning you can’t specify the duration gap between the outputs rather it’s randomized between 1-6 hours. Distribution-control too can’t be controlled and the mixer sends randomized outputs to the addresses. The fee can’t be controlled by the users either and is again randomly set between 4-5% 0.00015 BTC network fee, truth be told it’s one of the highest tumbler fee we’ve ever seen. The minimum deposit limit is 0.0001 BTC and the maximum being 50BTC/ transaction.
CryptoMixer.io is an extremely basic mixer. It allows only 1 output address to be specified. The UI too is extremely simple and doesn’t feature any sliders or calculators. Users simply enter their output address and receive the funds as simple as that. The minimum mix amount is 0.001BTC while the maximum is 100BTC. Amounts out of these limits will not be mixed. Users have no control on the fee and it’s randomized between 0.5% and 1%. An additional 0.0005 BTC miner fee also exists. The time-delay too (if any) isn’t user controlled and the mixer sends out funds at its own pace. Its working infrastructure seems to differ from other mixers out there. While most other mixers have a “reserve”, this platform seems to use miners. The unclean coins are sent to “miners”, and the clean coins too are claimed to be sent out from “miners”. It however doesn’t keep any logs and all information is deleted once a transaction is complete.
In the past, CryptoMixer.io was one of the most popular Bitcoin mixers available in the cryptocurrency world. The first of its kind, this bitcoin mixer was shut down temporarily before returning to limited service. Nowadays, CryptoMixer.io is primarily used to facilitate anonymous individual transactions.
Grams itself is a brand on the Darknet so I believe not much needs to be said about it. Grams Helix is one of its subsidiaries and is one of the most reputed and widely used CryptoMixer services out there, it’s simple, modern, and definitely trustworthy. Grams supports only Bitcoins for now. It needs 2 confirmations before it cleans and sends you your coins. It obviously supports time-delay, but it’s automatically set to “2 hours” for some reasons. It also supports “Random transactions” for the deposit, the deposit address changes after each transaction and allows you to send more than 1 transactions to Grams Helix instead of sending in all your coins in a single go. The same is also supported for the “output addresses” (where you receive coins) and you can input as many as 5 different BTC addresses where your coins are sent after cleaning them. The coin-deposit address is valid for 8 hours, and any transaction not done within these 8 hours won’t be received by the platform.