To prevent any dispute, we are using the system of signatures. Any new generated wallet address is signed using our Bitcoin wallet unique address. The transaction is easy to verify against the blockchain. This keeps you safe from getting into a sticky situation when you transferred the coins, but never got them back. How does it work? With the deposit wallet, you get a signature generated by the private key of your address, the public key for which is the address of our unique wallet. You can verify this signature using our wallet address, which eliminates the risk of having the address changed by an attacker to deposit funds.
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In all tariffs except for the Standard rate, the system does not allow to use fewer than two wallets for funds withdrawal to enhance transaction anonymity, this is why we recommend using as many addresses as possible to transfer the entire amount. Also, please note that using too many addresses you can face a situation when the transaction fee in the Bitcoin network will be identical or even exceed the wallet amount. For instance, do not use 100 wallets to transfer 1 BTC, while two wallets for this amount will be insufficient. The best option is using 4-5 wallets so that each wallet could have 0,2-0,25 BTC landed. Please NEVER MERGE funds in one wallet address after having them processed! This will lead all of your effort to naught. Keep your coins in as many wallet addresses as possible and never combine your transfers from these wallets into one transaction.
To 'reinforce' the exchange process, the payout may be split into two transactions at no additional charge. This is a way to enhance your privacy.