Blockchain analysis is a common practice by most regulated exchanges, beware because you may send there tainted coins

 

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You may not be aware you received tainted coins because you as a regular user don't have access to blockchain scoring tools like Elliptic, Chainalysis or Scorechain and you may find yourself sending these coins to popular exchanges. Fungibility of Bitcoin is at great risk here, but is it really a problem or just to cover AML rules imposed by financial institutions and regulators and just a formality? How exactly exchanges treat tainted coins? Have you been a victim of a bad scoring just because your "banknotes" have some remains of coke on them?

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