Kilos Krumble

Krumble is a bitcoin mixer. If you're new to the darknet market scene, a bitcoin mixer is a tool which you can use to anonymize your bitcoins. By using a mixer like Krumble, the companies you buy your bitcoins from cannot trace where your coins end up, and this prevents them from reporting you to the authorities for buying drugs.


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What makes Krumble special?

In the past, bitcoin mixers have fallen for the common trap (which so many darknet markets also fall for) of not enforcing security for their users properly. In the same way that a customer failing to encrypt their address places the vendor at risk, the mixers of old placed their customers at risk by not enforcing security procedures.
Krumble randomizes transaction fees (on the bitcoin network), commission fees (inside of Krumble), and enforces a randomized transation delay to increase anonymity. The more coins that are currently being tumbled, the more anonymous each user of Krumble is.
Krumble also operates only over Tor, unlike some of the more well-known coin mixing companies, and by doing so it places itself out of reach from “know your customer” (KYC) regulations that could force us to deanonymize your transaction.
How do I use Krumble effectively?

Krumble does most of the work for you, but there are some steps you can take to make your transactions even more anonymous.
If you need to send more than 0.1 BTC, do it in several mixes. The majority of transactions on darknet markets are for less than 0.1 BTC, and by making your payout values look indistinguishable from everybody else’s, you increase your anonymity.
Instead of mixing large batches of coins at once, mix them slowly. The more delay you add to the mixing process and subsequent spending, the bigger your anonymity set amongst other users of the mixer.
Is Krumble more effective than Monero?

No. Any mixer that tells you it can make your bitcoins more anonymous than Monero is is lying to you, and that is simply the end of the matter. Bitcoin was built with a public ledger in mind, and thus it has a limit of anonymity that is inherently lower than a coin built for privacy like Monero. However, the majority of transactions on the darknet markets take place using BTC, with only a small minority using XMR. Because of this sad reality, services like Krumble are both necessary and effective at what they do.
How much does it cost to clean my coins?

The transaction fee is randomized between 3% and 4.75% for each transaction. While it is possible to keep submitting mixes until you get a favorable fee percentage, we strongly recommend against doing this. Reducing the entropy of the mixing process makes anonymity weaker not just for you, but for everybody else, by making Krumble transactions more easily identifiable.
I have questions that aren’t answered here.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about the mixing process or the status of your mix, please contact me and let me know. I am online almost every day, and I will help you as quickly as I can. If you contact me regarding a mix, please encrypt your message and include your mix identifier, which starts with “krumble-”