Withdraw Bitcoins from Mixer using Lightning Network

It seems BitBlender has been hard at work. The famous btc mixing service recently gave us Bech32 (bc1) addresses. And now, the lightning network is being built into the tumbler.As from a post from the (unknown) site creator on Bitcointalk.org, you can read:

What is the Bitcoin Lightning Network?

The BLN is a Layer 2 payment-protocol that operates on the top of Bitcoin (BTC). It allows much faster transactions between participating nodes. The lighting network is advertised as the solution to scaling Bitcoin world wide and mainstream with merchants due to it’s “lightning” speed of transaction verification. Normal bitcoin transactions typically take 10-20 minutes per each confirmation and this is not very feasible when applied in real life situations such as buying coffee at cafe. The BLN (Bitcoin Lightning Network) features a P2P system for making micropayments of BTC through a network of bidirectional payment channels without delegating custody of funds.

Mixing Bitcoins with the Lightning Network

It appears Bitcoin Blender’s service currently has limited functions for now such as only withdraws. You can try out the new (BETA) feature by logging into the BitBlender Onion http://bitblendcy276zth.onion and visiting the withdraw page after you deposit some dirty bitcoin.

Not only does this substantially increase your privacy between any tainted bitcoins you send to the mixer but you will receive your new fresh BTC much sooner than before.

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