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Bitmixer.io was the largest Bitcoin mixing (tumbling) service provider from 2014 to 2017. It operated with its own large reserve of bitcoins which allows it to facilitate a high volume mixing service, though all data was handled centrally through BitMixer servers, putting privacy at risk. Activity was postponed on July 24, 2017 due to a change in the owner's ideology; they stated that they wanted "to make (the) Bitcoin ecosystem more clean"; though some have speculated that this is due to government pressure.
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- Odell, Matt (26 August 2017). "The Essential Role of Mixing Services: BitMixer Processes 25K BTC per Month". Coinprices.io. Retrieved 6 September 2017.
- Hackett, Rupert (25 July 2017). "BitMixer shuts down to 'make Bitcoin ecosystem more clean'". VentureBeat. Retrieved 6 September 2017.
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