It is important to note that CoinJoining is not unique to Wasabi. It is a type of send transaction that is used by the Bitcoin protocol itself. CoinJoins are, by nature, decentralized and peer-to-peer. But it can be tricky to use ConJoin and even harder to find pools of other people who are willing to participate. The coordinator service that operates Wasabi Wallet, called zkSNACKS, provides an easy way for Bitcoin CoinJoin users to find each other and “coordinate” their transactions.
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Written by Bankerage Published on March 15, 2022