How to Protect Your Privacy and Anonymity on the Blockchain with Decentraworld by@AR

How to Protect Your Privacy and Anonymity on the Blockchain with Decentraworld

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What is it? Who is behind it? What does it do? Should we use it?

Recently I had the pleasure of chatting to Chris the founder and developer behind DecentraWorld as part of my Crypto Fireside interview series.

This post will be an honest, open, and critical review of DecentraWorld and their DecentraMix AKA DeMix service.

A little background first.

As some of you may know from my previous stories and things that I publish, I usually do a Q&A style founder interview when looking at these sorts of things. I have been trying to lock Chris, the founder behind DecentraWorld, down for weeks and have been unable to.

The last time we were supposed to sit down and do an interview Chris got caught up with launch preparations and so instead, I wrote a piece about a dystopian future that I was inspired to write, based on some of Chris’s writing.

And most recently when I asked Chris if he had a chance to look at the interview questions I had sent, as part of our Q&A, Chris responded via a private message saying this:

Hey There! sorry didn't get a chance to do these yet, I still haven't slept since we spoke the last few times 😂 I have so much work to do It's insane.

For your information, the last time I spoke to Chris was 24hrs earlier. And the time before that was another 24hrs and so I am not sure if our friend Chris had not slept for 24 or 48 hours but in any case, I decided to let the man keep working or sleep. I recommended sleep of course.

With Chris being intermittently responsive I decided that instead of doing my usual style of Q&A interview I would instead kick a few tires and look at DecentraWorld and one of their products through the eyes of a user while I asked Chris questions and he chimed in every so often.

I don’t usually do reviews, so let’s see what happens.

What is DecentraWorld?

DecentraWorld says that they are “Restoring privacy and financial freedom to humanity". And if we dig a little deeper into their documents we see that they have a mission statement that goes something like this:

Our mission in DecentraWorld is to help humanity maintain its privacy, control, and financial freedom. We will achieve this by creating open-source, and trust-less decentralized applications, that allow everyone around the world to use any blockchain, crypto asset, or DApps that they wish to, with full privacy and anonymity.

All good, noble things in my opinion.

What else can we find out about them?

DecentraWorld has raised some potent privacy-related issues with the current block-tech and Defi worlds, as have others, like these serious question marks being asked regarding technologies and companies such as MetaMask, Infura, and OpenSea, who all in some way, shape or form either claim to be decentralized, distributed, private or don’t exactly tell you what they are doing with your data upfront. I asked Chris about this in one of our chats:

Unfortunately, there are a lot of dominant companies in the block-tech world that were created based on greed and not the original values and beliefs that the crypto community used to have. So I chose to dedicate my time to creating an ecosystem that allows like-minded people to use modern EMV blockchains without compromising their privacy. My goal is to increase privacy standards in DeFi using zero-knowledge protocols, and hopefully, we will make privacy protocols (zero-knowledge) standard practice in this space.

Who is behind DecentraWorld?

Before we get into a short review of DeMix I think it is important to know who we are dealing with and who we are not dealing with. When a project claims to be offering decentralization, privacy, and anonymity, how do you know they’re not a 3-letter agency trying to entrap you like how the FBI and Australian Federal Police did recently…?

On the face of it, DecentraWorld you could say is semi-doxxed for lack of a better term. You see they have a meet the team page, which offers you a list of names, job titles, LinkedIn and Telegram handles. Some of the team members are visible in their LinkedIn profiles, while others are using DecentraWorld avatars. In reality, not all of them are fully-doxxed for us regular plebs to see, however, they do have a Team KYC Certificate of Compliance from SOLIDProof a German security auditing company.

As you would know from many of my other interviews, I speak to anons a lot of the time. If Chris and his mysterious team of freedom fighters want to keep their personal information private, and at the same time validate our curiosity and concerns by offering a team KYC certificate, that’s fine with me, as long as they don’t want my personal information and as far as I can tell, they don’t. Thumbs up!

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Let’s take a look at what DecentraWorld is working on.

They have a list of DApps which you can find on their website. I will quickly run through these below.

  • DecentraMix: a non-custodial private payment protocol using zero-knowledge cryptography. It offers a private way to send and receive supported tokens without being tracked on the public blockchain. It supports the following Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) chains: CRO, BSC, FTM, MATIC, AVAX, and ETH.
  • DecentraSwap: a combination of Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs) that have been upgraded with zero-knowledge privacy protocols. Back-end contracts process your funds through DecentraMix, swap them, and send the swapped tokens to any wallet chosen with no blockchain trace.
  • DecentraWallet: DecentraWallet is a browser extension. You can store crypto tokens, and NFTS, make private swaps that use DeSwap technology, and make private transfers that use DeMix technology. DeWallet uses privacy-enhancing smart contracts and DApps to make activity on the blockchain fully private.
  • DecentraXMR: a Monero-Web Wallet that provides access to the Monero (XMR) blockchain. DecentraWorld says it does not log IP or other data and allows for TOR use.

Let’s do a short review of DecentraMix.

DecentraMix AKA DeMix is effectively a mixing and anonymizing service.

For this review, I am not going to pull the technology apart, because my level of knowledge only goes so far. I will simply use or attempt to use the service and tell you my experience good, bad, or indifferent.

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I navigated to the website https://decentramix.io/ and assumed I could just click a few buttons and it would be off-to-the-races. Well, instead, it’s been about 12 months since I last used MetaMask and so I realized I needed some help and so I navigated to DecentraWorlds documentation site and followed the guides which were surprisingly very easy to follow.

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I initially attempted to deposit ETH but then found out that DeMix has pre-set amount and anonymity sets. The smallest amount was 0.1 ETH which is currently at the time of this writing $392.85 (AUD). There was about a 0.0% chance I wanted to do that for a test and review.

I did not delve into the documentation to find out why this is but for the sake of this short review, I’ll assume this is so that any person or technology trying to snoop, won’t be able to get any specific details about cost e.g. if I am selling a product or service for 0.01 ETH that would give the dirty little blockchain sloths a thread to pull on.

The DeMix guides recommended testing the service out with BNB via a Testnet. I followed DW’s recommended method by connecting MetaMask to the Binance Smart Chain Testnet > connect the MetaMask wallet to DeMix > collect some free test BNB from a faucet > and finally depositing some test BNB.

For those interested here is the deposit transaction to DeMix (the first transaction, more on this below): https://testnet.bscscan.com/tx/0xa0303766e4cde1fa48be11c32aa5fbd2d34f90cc943a68b9c38d88c898afa3c0

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I then noticed that the DeMix UI changed on my browser screen and I was given information about the transaction and deposit down the bottom, along with the already existing settings information and what they call ‘Anonymoity set’ in the top right-hand corner.

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A hashnote was generated and automatically saved which DeMix says to treat the same way as a seedphrase because whoever has this note can withdraw the tokens.

DeMix says that to ensure privacy & anonymity you need to wait for at least 24hrs before withdrawing your coins. Well, I wasn’t going to do that because of reasons, but also figured it was a good way to test their service and see what happens if I did try to withdraw under 24hrs.

I scrolled back up, selected “Withdraw” and then a screen pops up asking me to input the note/seed phrase. I opened the .txt file, copied the note, and gave the thing what it wanted.

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At this stage, an error message had popped up ^.

“Error there is no associated deposit. The note is invalid”.

Hmmm….is the error message accurate?

I don’t think so. Because I tried all 3 notes (I had messed something up earlier, err, I mean was testing something cough-cough) and none of them seemed to work. All were giving me the same error message. I believed this error message was possibly related to the 24hr requirement, so I contacted Chris and he told me that the 24hr period is simply a recommendation and that the error was to do with the RPC (a setting that the guides walk you through).

I was given a new RPC. Still, nothing changed, same error.

I decided to try turning it off and on again, opening and closing a few windows…

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Nothing. So I decided to get some rest and wait until the next day and try again.

The next day. A few messages from Chris tell me RPC issues are common with the BSC Testnet and that they are now going to update to premium RPCs to resolve the issue. They asked me to do the usual cookie clearing and all the rest.

I did so but for some reason, I still could not withdraw… sigh… a few deep breaths later. I started the process all over again, luckily for me, these were not real coins 🙂.

This time I went back to re-read the documentation and guides and noticed that I had missed something. Withdrawl settings. Stimpy, you EEEEEDIOT!

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Once I selected the wallet option inside these settings, it worked.

New transaction details if anyone would like to follow along: https://testnet.bscscan.com/tx/0xaa1be112c14f62f4522b9166c1a0b8614c1f8118e9a72bdbe27364e3df44c927

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I asked Chris to explain the Withdrawl settings and specifically go into detail regarding the Relayer versus Wallet options and received this response:

When "picking up" funds from DecentraMix, users can go on the platform without connecting a wallet, paste the note + the receiving address and use a Relayer to pay for the gas fee.

Each relayer charges a fee, they will be ran by our community members who pass the requirement of staking $1000 worth of $DEWO at all times.

If you don't care to use your own wallet to pay a fee then you can simply connect a wallet, paste any receiving address, and pay the fee.

Some people prefer to receive funds to a brand new wallet with no BNB in it at all, in that case they have no funds to pay for the fee and they'll need to use a relayer.

The relayer however does not work on the BSC Testnet + on other chains since we haven't launched $DEWO.

People cannot yet qualify to run their own relayers. This is coming soon.

So, for now simply use a wallet to pay for the gas fee and then in the recipient address you paste the wallet address of where you want your funds to go to.

Generally speaking, and once we launch $DEWO, we recommend everyone to use relayers for maximum anonymity.

In summary, when using the BSC Testnet you cannot use a relayer and must use a wallet. DW’s relayers are not yet active.

I advised Chris that they should add an error or notice to the UI in case other average IQ users like me get confused at this step and this was well-received feedback.

Here are the withdrawal transaction details for anyone that wants to check.

https://testnet.bscscan.com/tx/0xbd597a6d5d907a7c4c31eb29fd5b70a659bad23f5315e784587db1c9cbd79aa2

And here are a few screenshots of what happened along that final leg of the process.

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Once Chris helped me with a new RPC and I had figured out the Withdrawl settings, the entire process took probably less than a minute to complete minus stopping to take screenshots and notes for this review.

When you look at the transaction details, you’ll notice I used the same wallet address for both depositing and withdrawing, which of course would not be recommended in a real-life setting.

I can also confirm that the preset deposit amounts are purposeful so snoopers cannot use probability to figure out the source. Per Chris.

Taking the opportunity of having Chris back from his well-needed rest, I also asked him if blockchain AI can track and de-anonymize my transactions using DeMix. Here is his response:

The benefits of all DecentraWorld's DApps including DecentraMix is that they run on Zero-Knowledge protocols. Our DApps rely on cryptography and therefore on the blockchain side of things the user will always remain private. On the client end (ISP, IP, User DATA) as long as users follow our anonymity tips they will remain 100% anonymous.

I also took the opportunity to ask Chris about the $DEWO token launch that he’d apparently been working on instead of sleeping:

$DEWO will launch on May 17th.

There is an early access private token sale that is happening right now and which goes from

May 1st-10th. There will also be a Kommunitas seed sale on May 7th and a PinkSale fairlaunch from May 11th to May 15th.

Thank you, Chris.

All in all, the DeMix service worked as it should.

It was fast once I got over the Withdrawal settings hurdle which was a combination of my own fault and a lack of accurate onscreen error, but of course, this is complicated because we were using the BSC Testnet. There is plenty of documentation, there are helpful communities on Telegram and Discord where you can reach out for help if need be, and with a bit of tweaking to some of the on-screen messages and prompts the service will become even easier to use.

Keeping in mind I did not use the DecentraWallet or the Relayer service.

As far as auditing the security and ZK aspects of the service, this is well above my pay grade folks, be my guest.

If any blockchain sleuths want to take a look at the transactions above as well as try DeMix out themselves and let me know your thoughts in the comments below, I would love to hear your feedback.

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Welcome to the Decentralized Internet Contest!

What is it? Who is behind it? What does it do? Should we use it?

Recently I had the pleasure of chatting to Chris the founder and developer behind DecentraWorld as part of my Crypto Fireside interview series.

This post will be an honest, open, and critical review of DecentraWorld and their DecentraMix AKA DeMix service.

A little background first.

As some of you may know from my previous stories and things that I publish, I usually do a Q&A style founder interview when looking at these sorts of things. I have been trying to lock Chris, the founder behind DecentraWorld, down for weeks and have been unable to.

The last time we were supposed to sit down and do an interview Chris got caught up with launch preparations and so instead, I wrote a piece about a dystopian future that I was inspired to write, based on some of Chris’s writing.

And most recently when I asked Chris if he had a chance to look at the interview questions I had sent, as part of our Q&A, Chris responded via a private message saying this:

Hey There! sorry didn't get a chance to do these yet, I still haven't slept since we spoke the last few times 😂 I have so much work to do It's insane.

For your information, the last time I spoke to Chris was 24hrs earlier. And the time before that was another 24hrs and so I am not sure if our friend Chris had not slept for 24 or 48 hours but in any case, I decided to let the man keep working or sleep. I recommended sleep of course.

With Chris being intermittently responsive I decided that instead of doing my usual style of Q&A interview I would instead kick a few tires and look at DecentraWorld and one of their products through the eyes of a user while I asked Chris questions and he chimed in every so often.

I don’t usually do reviews, so let’s see what happens.

What is DecentraWorld?

DecentraWorld says that they are “Restoring privacy and financial freedom to humanity". And if we dig a little deeper into their documents we see that they have a mission statement that goes something like this:

Our mission in DecentraWorld is to help humanity maintain its privacy, control, and financial freedom. We will achieve this by creating open-source, and trust-less decentralized applications, that allow everyone around the world to use any blockchain, crypto asset, or DApps that they wish to, with full privacy and anonymity.

All good, noble things in my opinion.

What else can we find out about them?

DecentraWorld has raised some potent privacy-related issues with the current block-tech and Defi worlds, as have others, like these serious question marks being asked regarding technologies and companies such as MetaMask, Infura, and OpenSea, who all in some way, shape or form either claim to be decentralized, distributed, private or don’t exactly tell you what they are doing with your data upfront. I asked Chris about this in one of our chats:

Unfortunately, there are a lot of dominant companies in the block-tech world that were created based on greed and not the original values and beliefs that the crypto community used to have. So I chose to dedicate my time to creating an ecosystem that allows like-minded people to use modern EMV blockchains without compromising their privacy. My goal is to increase privacy standards in DeFi using zero-knowledge protocols, and hopefully, we will make privacy protocols (zero-knowledge) standard practice in this space.

Who is behind DecentraWorld?

Before we get into a short review of DeMix I think it is important to know who we are dealing with and who we are not dealing with. When a project claims to be offering decentralization, privacy, and anonymity, how do you know they’re not a 3-letter agency trying to entrap you like how the FBI and Australian Federal Police did recently…?

On the face of it, DecentraWorld you could say is semi-doxxed for lack of a better term. You see they have a meet the team page, which offers you a list of names, job titles, LinkedIn and Telegram handles. Some of the team members are visible in their LinkedIn profiles, while others are using DecentraWorld avatars. In reality, not all of them are fully-doxxed for us regular plebs to see, however, they do have a Team KYC Certificate of Compliance from SOLIDProof a German security auditing company.

As you would know from many of my other interviews, I speak to anons a lot of the time. If Chris and his mysterious team of freedom fighters want to keep their personal information private, and at the same time validate our curiosity and concerns by offering a team KYC certificate, that’s fine with me, as long as they don’t want my personal information and as far as I can tell, they don’t. Thumbs up!

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Let’s take a look at what DecentraWorld is working on.

They have a list of DApps which you can find on their website. I will quickly run through these below.

  • DecentraMix: a non-custodial private payment protocol using zero-knowledge cryptography. It offers a private way to send and receive supported tokens without being tracked on the public blockchain. It supports the following Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) chains: CRO, BSC, FTM, MATIC, AVAX, and ETH.
  • DecentraSwap: a combination of Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs) that have been upgraded with zero-knowledge privacy protocols. Back-end contracts process your funds through DecentraMix, swap them, and send the swapped tokens to any wallet chosen with no blockchain trace.
  • DecentraWallet: DecentraWallet is a browser extension. You can store crypto tokens, and NFTS, make private swaps that use DeSwap technology, and make private transfers that use DeMix technology. DeWallet uses privacy-enhancing smart contracts and DApps to make activity on the blockchain fully private.
  • DecentraXMR: a Monero-Web Wallet that provides access to the Monero (XMR) blockchain. DecentraWorld says it does not log IP or other data and allows for TOR use.

Let’s do a short review of DecentraMix.

DecentraMix AKA DeMix is effectively a mixing and anonymizing service.

For this review, I am not going to pull the technology apart, because my level of knowledge only goes so far. I will simply use or attempt to use the service and tell you my experience good, bad, or indifferent.

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I navigated to the website https://decentramix.io/ and assumed I could just click a few buttons and it would be off-to-the-races. Well, instead, it’s been about 12 months since I last used MetaMask and so I realized I needed some help and so I navigated to DecentraWorlds documentation site and followed the guides which were surprisingly very easy to follow.

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I initially attempted to deposit ETH but then found out that DeMix has pre-set amount and anonymity sets. The smallest amount was 0.1 ETH which is currently at the time of this writing $392.85 (AUD). There was about a 0.0% chance I wanted to do that for a test and review.

I did not delve into the documentation to find out why this is but for the sake of this short review, I’ll assume this is so that any person or technology trying to snoop, won’t be able to get any specific details about cost e.g. if I am selling a product or service for 0.01 ETH that would give the dirty little blockchain sloths a thread to pull on.

The DeMix guides recommended testing the service out with BNB via a Testnet. I followed DW’s recommended method by connecting MetaMask to the Binance Smart Chain Testnet > connect the MetaMask wallet to DeMix > collect some free test BNB from a faucet > and finally depositing some test BNB.

For those interested here is the deposit transaction to DeMix (the first transaction, more on this below): https://testnet.bscscan.com/tx/0xa0303766e4cde1fa48be11c32aa5fbd2d34f90cc943a68b9c38d88c898afa3c0

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I then noticed that the DeMix UI changed on my browser screen and I was given information about the transaction and deposit down the bottom, along with the already existing settings information and what they call ‘Anonymoity set’ in the top right-hand corner.

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A hashnote was generated and automatically saved which DeMix says to treat the same way as a seedphrase because whoever has this note can withdraw the tokens.

DeMix says that to ensure privacy & anonymity you need to wait for at least 24hrs before withdrawing your coins. Well, I wasn’t going to do that because of reasons, but also figured it was a good way to test their service and see what happens if I did try to withdraw under 24hrs.

I scrolled back up, selected “Withdraw” and then a screen pops up asking me to input the note/seed phrase. I opened the .txt file, copied the note, and gave the thing what it wanted.

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At this stage, an error message had popped up ^.

“Error there is no associated deposit. The note is invalid”.

Hmmm….is the error message accurate?

I don’t think so. Because I tried all 3 notes (I had messed something up earlier, err, I mean was testing something cough-cough) and none of them seemed to work. All were giving me the same error message. I believed this error message was possibly related to the 24hr requirement, so I contacted Chris and he told me that the 24hr period is simply a recommendation and that the error was to do with the RPC (a setting that the guides walk you through).

I was given a new RPC. Still, nothing changed, same error.

I decided to try turning it off and on again, opening and closing a few windows…

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Nothing. So I decided to get some rest and wait until the next day and try again.

The next day. A few messages from Chris tell me RPC issues are common with the BSC Testnet and that they are now going to update to premium RPCs to resolve the issue. They asked me to do the usual cookie clearing and all the rest.

I did so but for some reason, I still could not withdraw… sigh… a few deep breaths later. I started the process all over again, luckily for me, these were not real coins 🙂.

This time I went back to re-read the documentation and guides and noticed that I had missed something. Withdrawl settings. Stimpy, you EEEEEDIOT!

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Once I selected the wallet option inside these settings, it worked.

New transaction details if anyone would like to follow along: https://testnet.bscscan.com/tx/0xaa1be112c14f62f4522b9166c1a0b8614c1f8118e9a72bdbe27364e3df44c927

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I asked Chris to explain the Withdrawl settings and specifically go into detail regarding the Relayer versus Wallet options and received this response:

When "picking up" funds from DecentraMix, users can go on the platform without connecting a wallet, paste the note + the receiving address and use a Relayer to pay for the gas fee.

Each relayer charges a fee, they will be ran by our community members who pass the requirement of staking $1000 worth of $DEWO at all times.

If you don't care to use your own wallet to pay a fee then you can simply connect a wallet, paste any receiving address, and pay the fee.

Some people prefer to receive funds to a brand new wallet with no BNB in it at all, in that case they have no funds to pay for the fee and they'll need to use a relayer.

The relayer however does not work on the BSC Testnet + on other chains since we haven't launched $DEWO.

People cannot yet qualify to run their own relayers. This is coming soon.

So, for now simply use a wallet to pay for the gas fee and then in the recipient address you paste the wallet address of where you want your funds to go to.

Generally speaking, and once we launch $DEWO, we recommend everyone to use relayers for maximum anonymity.

In summary, when using the BSC Testnet you cannot use a relayer and must use a wallet. DW’s relayers are not yet active.

I advised Chris that they should add an error or notice to the UI in case other average IQ users like me get confused at this step and this was well-received feedback.

Here are the withdrawal transaction details for anyone that wants to check.

https://testnet.bscscan.com/tx/0xbd597a6d5d907a7c4c31eb29fd5b70a659bad23f5315e784587db1c9cbd79aa2

And here are a few screenshots of what happened along that final leg of the process.

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Once Chris helped me with a new RPC and I had figured out the Withdrawl settings, the entire process took probably less than a minute to complete minus stopping to take screenshots and notes for this review.

When you look at the transaction details, you’ll notice I used the same wallet address for both depositing and withdrawing, which of course would not be recommended in a real-life setting.

I can also confirm that the preset deposit amounts are purposeful so snoopers cannot use probability to figure out the source. Per Chris.

Taking the opportunity of having Chris back from his well-needed rest, I also asked him if blockchain AI can track and de-anonymize my transactions using DeMix. Here is his response:

The benefits of all DecentraWorld's DApps including DecentraMix is that they run on Zero-Knowledge protocols. Our DApps rely on cryptography and therefore on the blockchain side of things the user will always remain private. On the client end (ISP, IP, User DATA) as long as users follow our anonymity tips they will remain 100% anonymous.

I also took the opportunity to ask Chris about the $DEWO token launch that he’d apparently been working on instead of sleeping:

$DEWO will launch on May 17th.

There is an early access private token sale that is happening right now and which goes from

May 1st-10th. There will also be a Kommunitas seed sale on May 7th and a PinkSale fairlaunch from May 11th to May 15th.

Thank you, Chris.

All in all, the DeMix service worked as it should.

It was fast once I got over the Withdrawal settings hurdle which was a combination of my own fault and a lack of accurate onscreen error, but of course, this is complicated because we were using the BSC Testnet. There is plenty of documentation, there are helpful communities on Telegram and Discord where you can reach out for help if need be, and with a bit of tweaking to some of the on-screen messages and prompts the service will become even easier to use.

Keeping in mind I did not use the DecentraWallet or the Relayer service.

As far as auditing the security and ZK aspects of the service, this is well above my pay grade folks, be my guest.

If any blockchain sleuths want to take a look at the transactions above as well as try DeMix out themselves and let me know your thoughts in the comments below, I would love to hear your feedback.

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P.S. This is not financial advice, DYOR.
P.P.S I do not own any of the currencies mentioned.

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