The Wasabi Wallet is a Bitcoin Desktop Wallet for Microsoft, Linux and Apple.
Wasabi is an open-source and privacy focused wallet. The stored Bitcoins are mixed according to the CoinJoin method.
CoinJoin involves combining several Bitcoin payments from several payers into a single transaction.
This makes it more difficult for external parties to determine which sender paid to which recipient.
This functionality is stored in the Wasabi Wallet and thus all users, through their payments, ensure that the individual payment is concealed.
- Crypto currencies: Bitcoin
- fees: 0.003%.
- Tor Adresse: http://wasabiukrxmkdgve5kynjztuovbg43uxcbcxn6y2okcrsg7gb6jdmbad.onion/
- Minimum quantity: none
Wasabi is a non-custodia Open Source Bitcoin-Wallet with integrated CoinJoin
The Wasabi Wallet thus offers integrated privacy for your Bitcoin transactions.
Bitcoin transactions are pseudo-anonymous and can be traced with some effort and can be assigned to individual persons.
To protect Bitcoin transactions from spying, the use of a Wasabi Wallet is recommended.
With the Wasabi Wallet, existing technical possibilities for maintaining privacy are integrated into a more user-friendly wallet.
Wasabi is a non-custodia open source Bitcoin wallet. With a non-custodial wallet you have full control over your private key and thus over your own Bitcoins.
It has a special focus on privacy and runs on Windows, Linux and Mac. The wallet integrates the Tor network, CoinJoin and features to control the coins.
More security and privacy are almost impossible. But how does it work exactly?
The developers of Wasabi have integrated some important features directly into the wallet. The transactions of Wasabi users are intermixed using the CoinJoin protocol. This makes it very difficult to establish a connection between transmitter and receiver afterwards. By using the CoinJoin protocol, your own transactions are automatically hidden.
Automatic shuffling is not sufficient if your own IP address can always be associated with certain transactions. The use of a VPN helps against this. To avoid having to trust a VPN provider, Wasabi has integrated the use of Tor.
A popular way to conduct its Bitcoin transactions is to use mixing services. However, there is a risk that a central mixing service provider may shut down or exit scam and disappear with the deposits of its customers.
These problems can be avoided by using the Wasabi Wallet. The Bitcoin transactions will be adequately blended and there will be no fees except for the transaction costs. Since it is your own wallet and you have full access to your private key (non-custodia), you do not have to trust a third party. Neither the own Bitcoin will be given away nor is there a risk that transactions will be recorded.
Through an open source code one even wants to “protect the users from the wallet itself”.
The Wasabi Wallet is an important development to maintain privacy at Bitcoin and not to leave the field to privacy coins like Dash, Monero or Zcash.
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