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Penguin Mixer: Review and Tutorial

Today, we are going to review and teach you how to use the Penguin mixer. The reason why we have taken an interest on this particular mixer is its open source nature. Like the mixer itself explains on the front page, the deep web relies on a multitude of open source services like Linux, Tor and Bitcoin. However, bitcoin mixers are usually closed source, meaning that one must place a great deal of trust, not only on the operators, but also on the code itself. With Penguin, everyone can take a look “under the hood” and see how it works. Furthermore, the code can also be used to create your own dark web mixing service and Penguin mixer even provides a tutorial on how to do this.

Although its design leaves much to be desired, the mixer itself is highly intuitive and easy to use, and in the end that’s what matters. The major benefit of such an archaic design is security as no JavaScript is used.

Another great thing about this mixer is the fee! The mixing fee in Penguin mixer is randomized between 0.5% and 1% which is lower than most mixers (yay)! You’ll also have the option of using multiple addresses and extended time delay which we advise you to use (both).

Overall, the Penguin mixer is pretty great, but as always caution is advised! You’re entrusting your coins to a third party service that can disappear with them at any time. So, never risk more than what you can afford to lose.

With that being said, let’s mix some coins!

Part 1 – Mixing your coins

Step 1: Click here to go to the Penguin mixer

Step 2: Enter the address or addresses you want to send Bitcoin to

If you specified more than one output address, your payment will be sent to you in separate transactions for each output address, with a delay between each payment.

Step 3: and choose the time delay you want to use (Fast or Slow)

Step 4: Click “Go On

Step 5: Now you will be shown a Bitcoin address. Simply send your Bitcoin to the address displayed. Remember: The limits are 0.02 to 2 Bitcoins. If you choose more then one address, then the minimum is 0.02 per address (In our case, 0.08)

Part 2 – Checking your mix

Now that you have sent your coins, it’s time to check the status of the mix.

Step 1: Grab the your secret mixing key from the previous page (shown in Step 5 of Part 1)

Step 2: Now, on the top of the page, click “Check Mix

Step 3: Enter your secret mixing key

Step 4: Click “Submit

Note that mixing information is only retained for 7 days (for your safety), so if it’s been longer than that your search won’t work.

That’s it! Easy, right? We know. We just wanted to make sure you know everything you need to know before you start mixing. Now that you do, enjoy and remember to play it safe!

7 comments

  1. Some one has use it? How i do know if it is safe?

  2. I’ve used it six times. Most recently up to 3 BTC (they recently raised limit to 4) and it works as described, quick, and well. No issues.

  3. i have used it! perfect and fast service as it wrote ion the tutorial. no issues.

  4. The problem is that I recently ran some coins through here and one of the addresses that I received the coins at was tainted with the penguin mixer deposit address AND all the input addresses from whence the coins originated! So it DID NOT mix the coins successfully. I don’t want to be a killjoy but user beware!

    • ROBERTO1945

      To be more specific in case anyone from Penguin Mixer is reading this, there were 3 outputs, 2 of which had no taint and one which was tainted by all of the input addresses. Don’t know how that happened, but it definitely needs to be fixed :)

      • PenguinMixer

        At the time you tested the mixer there was a bug that occasionally caused this taint issue. This was fixed in April and so this problem shouldn’t happen anymore. -PenguinMixer

  5. it works very good…5 times always perfectly

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