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Blender.io runs on the Darknet and is one of the most popular Bitcoin toggle switches. This dark service uses new technology, it doesn’t just clean up your coins, you get brand new coins that have never been on the dark web. The cleaning process can take no more than 4 hours. To carry out cleaning on Helix in the basic version of Grams, you need to register, in the versions of Helix Light and Helix Market this is not necessary. If you still decide to use the Grams version, you will have to pay an entrance fee of 0.01 BTC. Helix has an additional feature (Auto-Helix) that allows you to specify which addresses your coins will be mixed with when they are credited to your account. Helix also enforces a “no log” policy, all logs are deleted automatically after 7 days or by the user immediately after completion of the output. Helix has a third party server not connected to Grams. A number of Bitcoin client programs that he uses are located on a completely separate server from Helix and Grams. Even if Grams is attacked or compromised, Helix will not be affected.

Supporting multiple types of cryptocurrency, blender io is one of the most flexible Bitcoin tumblers available today. Besides requiring a minimum deposit, service fees are charged, and users are required to register to use this site. Referral programs are also on offer along with support for multiple recipient addresses (max 10).

Two cryptocurrencies are also supported on blender io mixing service. This scrambler is listed because it works quickly and it is reliable. The transaction fee is really low, only the amount of 0.0001 BTC needs to be sent for every extra address. Splitting deposited coins between 5 addresses is also extremely helpful for keeping user’s anonymity. Every user is able to choose an additional option of delaying the payment meaning that the transaction is becoming even more anonymous.

And last but not least, there is a coin mixer with a number of cryptocurrencies to tumbler named Blender.io. At the moment, there are three currencies and Ethereum is going to be represented in future. This mixer offers a very simple user-interface, as well as the opportunity to have control over all steps of the mixing process. A user can select a delay not just by hours, but by the minute which is very useful. The tumbler gives the opportunity to use a calculator to understand the amount of money a user finally receives. The service fee is from 1 % to 5 % with fees for extra addresses (0.00045529 BTC, 0.01072904 LTC, and 0.00273174 BCH). Having funds from different resources helps the crypto mixer to keep user’s personal information undiscovered. This last mixer does not offer its users a Letter of Guarantee.

Another solid Bitcoin Tumbler option, blender io requires a minimum deposit of 0.01 BTC to be made but makes up for this with a lower transaction fee of 2% coupled with a 0.0004 BTC network fee. Support for multiple addresses and customer options is provided with users required to provide confirmation for only 1 address. While there is no referral program available, blender io does offer users with a letter of guarantee for their peace of mind.

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  1. I am in terested in participating in peer to peer lending as an investor. I live in New Jersey and therefore do not qualify to use Lending Club or Prosper’s lending platform. I could, however, invest through Upstart.com. does Upstart.com provide approximatetely the same level of safety as the other two lending platforms?
    Milton Kaufman

    • Milton, I sent you a private email on this as well.

      Upstart requires an investor be accredited, which is the primary difference between it and the investing requirements of Prosper and Lending Club. If you are accredited, then you can invest. Upstart is well known and respected in the market so if you are able to invest, I suspect you can replicate the returns you would be seeking on Lending Club with their excellent platform.

  2. Stu,

    I was going over through Title III of jobs acts and see requirements to file SEC form C & D

    Does lending platform need to file SEC filings, if the loan limit is under $10k. Are there any exemptions for small loan limits.

    thanks
    rakesh

    • Rakesh, this is a great question. I am pretty sure that the SEC filings are still necessary. The reason why is that buying a loan in its entirety (like an entire $10,000 loan) is not a security but buying a piece of a loan as most investors do is a security.

      However, I am not a securities attorney so I am only giving my view as how I would act.

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