If a user sends Monero through a remote node, then the remote node operator would know the originating IP of that transaction. What are the steps that a user is able to take to reduce this potential privacy concern while using a remote node?


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If it's only about sending moneroj, one could generate locally a signed transaction and forward it through a service like https://xmrchain.net/rawtx using tor/i2p/vpn to hide the originating IP.


I believe that the remove node will have access to your IP and can know the transactions that your wallet asked to mix yours

I dont think there is any way to prevent this, the only advice that I can think of is using diferent nodes at diferent times

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