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(The Janus attack referred to in this question is documented here: We were looking for a character from Greek mythology that had multiple identities. This is because the Janus attack allows an incoming transaction to appear to be addressed to one wallet subaddress, while having actually been ...


No, there is no discernible difference on the blockchain when paying to a subaddress or normal address.


Does using MyMonero online wallet and sending it to yourself (churning) help increase privacy? Leaving aside MyMonero online wallets, the benefits or churning are debatable. There are really only a couple of very specific cases where churning can be beneficial (such as breaking the linkage between specific tx outputs, i.e. seep_single, [ref]), but naively ...

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