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but I wrote this in 2018 when I planned to work on coinshuffle
so there's nothing wrong with this and I had a few more optimizations in mind but all of this slipped out of my focus with the work on signatures
waxwing: given that a few years passed, what do you think how it compares to other mixing techniques that have been improved over time?
I didn't really follow the privacy space closely in the past years, so I don't know how JoinMarket, other CoinJoin implementations and coinswap improved over time? Also, has anyone deployed TumbleBit or something similar on Bitcoin?
real_or_random, i really don't know. i'm thinking about researching it as probably the most likely replacement for our existing coordination mechanism in JM, but that is totally "blue-sky" thinking right now.
have you looked at Wabisabi at all? it's pretty interesting.
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Ah yes, I did a review of their writeup
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tumblebit had an implementation but i think it never got traction. basically it's wasabi, samourai and JM in terms of coinjoin.
By the way, I wasn't even aware that Decred implemented dicemix. Interesting, they took the "light" variant even though it says "This document is a working draft." which for crypto means "don't use it". But okay, that's how it works and I'm not responsible. ^^
so chaumian server-based and then samourai i'm not sure of all the details but they focus on all equal-in equal-out models afaik (it's also server based)
right please do read it, if i get more concretely interested i will want to know your review of that :)
i emphasize the word 'please' since i realize you may not have time and are busy with other stuff :)
I think if you trust Tor anyway, then a Chaumian thing is much simpler than Dicemix and gives you same in the end.
I think CoinShuffle++ really shines when have CT because the two really combine naturally
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