[Chugalug] Bit coins not cash! Not as anonymous as thought!

William Roush william.roush at roushtech.net
Sun Oct 6 00:33:25 UTC 2013

Well it's as anonymous as that wallet will be, so it depends on what 
else you may purchase from that wallet and how careful you are... As 
more wallets and relevant databases get sized for whatever reason in the 
future (it'll always happen as long as BitCoin is around), you can start 
building profiles on wallets.

Yeah I don't see an illegal site being brought down as any "attack on 

William Roush

On 10/5/2013 8:07 PM, Lynn Dixon wrote:

> All transactions are stored in the block chain and are not anonymous. 
> However, a wallet is anonymous once you generate it.  There is no 
> personal information stored in the Wallet and no way to tie it back to 
> you.
> If the government did seize the guy's Wallet (he possibly stores it on 
> his server? which would be stupid)  then they do indeed have access to 
> all the btc in that Wallet.
> And from reading the article, it appears the guy running the Silk Road 
> was an idiot.
> We did see a small bubble drop for about 6 hours after the story broke 
> as people started panicked selling, but the market recovered with a 
> few hours.
> This was not a direct attack by the government on the validity of 
> Bitcoins.
> On Oct 5, 2013 7:59 PM, "William Roush" <william.roush at roushtech.net 
> <mailto:william.roush at roushtech.net>> wrote:
>     It's admitted on the BitCoin website that transactions aren't
>     completely anonymous, I wonder how much information about dealers
>     (or possibly buyers, not sure how the Silk Road worked) can be
>     derived from the 3.3m worth of first-hand transactions they have
>     access to now (as I understand it, they have the wallet).
>     William Roush
>     On 10/4/2013 9:28 PM, Rod wrote:
>         http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/2013/10/bitcoin-addres/
>         To be fair this level of transparency does change things but
>         it isn't a digital cash (nontracking system).
>         shoot me now for starting a bitcoin thread.
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