Comparison of anonymous exchangers of digital currency

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Comparison of anonymous exchangers of digital currency: Software activist calls for 'truly anonymous' Bitcoins to 'protect democracy'.[1] This list covers only anonymous currency exchanges that accept transactions for any funds and withdraws for any currency in their stated privacy policy.


Exchange Exchange type Sold digital currencies Payment methods International payments Notes
BitBrothers LLC Fixed Rate Exchanges Bitcoin
  • Fiat (15% fee)
  • Moneygram (max 200 USD)
  • Bank Transfer (coming soon)
Green tickY
Cryptxchange Fixed Rate Exchanges Bitcoin
  • USD (Cash Deposit)
  • USD (Wire Transfer)
  • CAD (Cash Deposit)
  • CAD (Wire Transfer)
  • You may make cash deposits at any Chase Bank Internationally (ARS, GBP, EUR, AUD, BRL, CLP, COP, EGP, KYD, SAR, CNY, AED, JPY, INR)
Red XN A multinational US based cryptographic currency exchange. No login or account creation required. No identity verification required. Exquisite customer service. Average transaction time under two hours depending on the time of the day. One of the most anonymous and reliable exchanges on the net. We use SSL & AES-256 military grade encryption for all communication

Digital rights[edit]

Client side confirmation[edit]

Exchange Domain Server location Seized by government or offline .onion gateway Browsing through Tor network and/or public proxies allowed[lower-alpha 1] HTTPS available Internet censorship
BitBrothers LLC ? No ? Green tickY Green tickY ?
Cryptxchange USA Yes (temporarily down to 31 December) ? Green tickY Green tickY ?
  1. Attention: accessing your account via the Tor network and/or public proxies at some exchanges (eg may result in a temporary suspension of your account, and having to submit documents for AML (anti-money laundering) verification.

Privacy policy[edit]

Please provide a reference for each value as it cannot be figured out from the client side.

Exchange Electronic authentication required Account mandatory IP address tracking HTTP tracking cookies Browser/platform tracking Information sharing
BitBrothers LLC ? ? ? ? ? ?
Cryptxchange ? ? ? ? ? ?

[2] [3]

Information policy[edit]

Exchange Deletion of currency transaction logs: Possible to recover data Deletion of emails: Permanently deleted
BitBrothers LLC ? ? ? ?
Cryptxchange Green tickY[4] ? Green tickY[5] ?

See also[edit]

  • Anonymous Internet banking
  • Comparison of anonymous cryptocurrencies
  • Digital currency exchanger


  1. "Software activist calls for 'truly anonymous' Bitcoins to 'protect democracy'". Telegraph. Retrieved 2013-12-19.
  2. "Buying bitcoins - Bitcoin". Retrieved 2013-12-19.
  3. "Trade - Bitcoin". 2012-04-05. Retrieved 2013-12-19.
  4. "Cryptxchange". Cryptxchange. Retrieved 2013-12-19.
  5. "Cryptxchange". Cryptxchange. Retrieved 2013-12-19.

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