Let's say I'm concerned with privacy, so I prefer to run a whole node, and I do. One day, I find that I'm required to pull my node offline, perhaps due to maintenance issues. During that downtime, I find it important that I spend some Monero. To use my wallet while my daemon is offline, I know I can connect my wallet to a remote node, but I would like to mitigate some of the potential privacy loss in doing so.
Is it possible to use a remote node as my wallet's
daemon-host in order to create a transaction, but then later broadcast it through a different node? That is, can the wallet create a transaction without simultaneously broadcasting it? How?
Perhaps this additional step would only provide for a questionable amount of additional privacy over clearnet, but a broadcast over Kovri (when it's available) would sure be an improvement.