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Month-long bitcoin subscription on .onion sites: How are returning subscribers identified each day?

If no login/password is implemented in any form, then it is 100% scam.
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Is it save to use Bitcoin over Tor?

When it comes to web wallets it is important to use an encrypted (HTTPS or Tor Onion Service) connection. However the bigger risk lies in the security of the website itself. In the past those sites ...
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Is it save to use Bitcoin over Tor?

it is safe, exit nodes will not be able to steal your money or passwords. when you install electrum, software can automatically connect to servers to sync, you can disable network on your PC/laptop ...
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Electrum Doesn't Use Persistence in TAILS OS

As per Tails documentation: Go to Applications -> Tails -> Configure Persistent Volume then choose the option for Bitcoin Client then click on Save and reboot your Tails for the changes to take ...
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Are .onion sites decentralized?

It's decentralized in significantly different fashion than .crypto domain. In blockchain-backed domain system you can claim any name not claimed by anyone else. In .onion all you can do is to generate ...
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What other cryptocurrencies and financial innovations are gaining adoption on the darknet besides Bitcoin and Monero?

Here are some crypto currencies other than Bitcoin, Monero, and DeFi that are used on the dark web: Litecoin Litecoin is in a structural way similar to Bitcoin However, it has faster processing times ...
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Are .onion sites decentralized?

Basically - no: the way you're accessing them is decentralized, but the sites are quite centralized to the very HS server serving them.
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What did Darknet shoppers use before Bitcoin?

Using credit cards or PayPal accounts (stolen or not) weren't that private or anonymous and could be traced, so the majority of darknet shoppers didn't use them while purchasing products even before ...
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Which one is preferable :electrum or blockchain.info in the sense of anonymity?

tl;dr You're most likely fine with electrum. Since the threat described in the paper only applies to full nodes you should be fine when using electron over Tor, since the electron collects to ...
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