In response to the implications of these private wallet regulations.
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In response to the implications of these private wallet regulations.

In response to the implications of these private wallet regulations.

Would it not be possible to negate most of larger implications/dangers of these regulations by creating middleman wallets? My concern is the United States being able to see and know how much crypto I am sitting on at any given time and companies being able to as well. My thought process is to use a decentralized exchange and send to middleman wallet then immediately privately coinjoin to my real hardware wallet(s), effectively vanishing. It’s extra work, but what stops this from being “I lost all my bitcoin in a boating accident”?

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