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Need help

by /u/verity · 2 votes · 1 week ago

Looking for reliable methods. New here so please explain the steps.

I want to move out BTC from DNM to wallet.

BTC > XMR > personal wallet but what are the steps exactly? Which wallet, how to use wallet, how many wallets, etc?

I do not know a lot so explain please how the process is.


Comments (9)
/u/bethin · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

same question. what i am more confused about is the starting point. like do i just buy xmr from my original bank account? wouldn't that be traceble? if not then why wont it be traceable? and after that i think there were some sites on dnm bible to get monero and there were some apps on xmrguide about wallets. But then what about the wallet on alphabay market? why does the site has its own wallet?, i was just about to ask your question, tell me if you founf out anything, i will dm mrbenzo666 in the meantime ig

/u/verity OP · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

Starting is easy. Buy XMR from exchange. If you are concerned about tracing then use localmonero.co.

Exchange > XMR wallet 1 > XMR wallet 2 > (optional XMR wallet 3) > DNM

Market wallet to only store funds for the order. My question was how to move the BTC out of market wallet properly. This will not apply for you but I need to use BTC for different reasons.

/u/bethin · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

ahh sorry sorry, i did not read your question properly, but still, update the post if u manage to do it, may need to move money out of dnm some time

/u/TZSKSKTZ · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

There's an Onion made by the peeps at incognito market called Antinalysis which shows you where and what your wallet address has been used for and who is keeping tabs on that address. It gives you a heads up on the general safety of your bitcoin addresses

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/u/TheTroyFighter · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link


/u/mrbenzo666 · 0 votes · 1 week ago · Link

its really not that complicated pm me

/u/UberShop · 0 votes · 1 week ago · Link

its good practice to have separate entities for each stage of transactions, so more than one wallet is best practice, however this is not the weakest point, VPN and PGP should be your first line of defense

/u/TheTroyFighter · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

Vpn is the worst one.Maybe tor.

/u/UberShop · 1 votes · 1 week ago · Link

Oh sorry, VPN with Tor always