Use Coin Shuffling for Privacy

Coin Shuffling is a privacy feature included in the Ardor Platform and used in the Ignis Blockchain. Coin Shuffling mixes funds with other existing user accounts and sends them to a new account to preserve anonymity.

Fred just got a Big Bonus from Bob's Blockchain Business. While he appreciates the big bag of IGNIS in his wallet, he is concerned that the BigBonus asset holders know his account number and could easily watch his transactions with a blockchain explorer.

Now Fred is not planning to do anything wrong with his IGNIS, but he really values privacy. So he uses the Coin Shuffling feature inside his Ardor Wallet to mix his coins and send them to a new anonymous account. This takes some time depending on many variables, but his IGNIS are finally safe in his new account. Now his co-workers can't know how much IGNIS he will cash out for his wife's birthday present.

Will You Use Coin Shuffling for Privacy?

Coin Shuffling was developed by Jelurida on the NXT blockchain on November 29, 2015 and included in the Ardor Platform at its genesis.
More information about Coin Shuffling on the Ardor Learning Hub
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