All of this may seem super complicated, so let’s get down to the meat and bone of it. BitMixer has a huge reserve of Bitcoins already in its system. A user sends us their BTC and we cap it onto the end of our reserve chain. We then pay the amount of what was purchased from the beginning of our reserve.
This method of mixing means that you do not have to wait for other customers – coins already mixed are instantly available.
The problem with this is that the user’s coins may still be in our reserve. Meaning, on the second transaction, there could be a possibility of the user receiving the same BTC s/he had originally had. This is why we created a generator referred to as “bitcode.”
Using the BitMixer code means that a user’s previous coins will not be used in further mixing operations. Our problem is solved – every user continues to remain anonymous and private.