I've recently been learning a bit of Python and decided to try writing a couple of scripts for one of my favorite open source projects: Monero!
I've written a script that runs on a sleep timer and automates the
sweep_all wallet RPC call every X minutes to empty a wallet with a small amount of Monero in it, back to the same address.
Is this bad for privacy? If I leave it running then the same transaction will be happening X times every XXX minutes for a few hours.
Also, if I churn like 20 times in a row, am I helping myself or other users on the network by adding entropy to the transaction pool?