How to Expand Cryptocurrency Experience with Anti-Detect Browser?

With the expansion of cryptocurrency adoption, troubles have also come up: scammers attempt to steal the wallet keys, and government agencies try to figure out crypto holders while crypto exchanges reinforce user verification and block access to users’ assets at the same time.💸

Anti-detect browser is one of the tools that will allow you to cope with all the issues mentioned above. Below, you’ll find out how such software may be useful for you and what you should consider when choosing an anti-detect browser.

How Do Crypto Wallets Work? 🙌

To store cryptocurrency and carry out crypto transactions, you’ll require a crypto wallet. There are two types of crypto wallet keys: public and private. 

Anyone can find out the public key because crypto transactions are carried out using this data. A private key allows you to manage cryptocurrency and carry out crypto transactions. Without it, you won’t have access to cryptocurrency transactions.

There are Two Types of Crypto Wallets:

  • A custodial wallet is a wallet with keys entrusted to a third party (custody). Thereupon, the third party undertakes to protect the keys and access to the holder’s cryptocurrency. Such well-known crypto platforms as Binance and Bitfinex provide custodial wallets. These wallets have an advantage: in case you forget your private crypto key, there is a chance to restore it with the assistance of a third party who also has access to it. But there’s a downside: the user’s access to the wallet might be shut out due to reasons beyond his/her control. As a case in point, in March 2022, the Coinbase Crypto Exchange closed 25,000 Russian wallets. Moreover, crypto exchanges were repeatedly hacked, wherefore users lost their assets.
  • A non-custodial wallet is a wallet where only the holder has access to the keys. Such wallets are stored, for example, on a flash drive, as a mobile app, a PC software, or even printed out as a hard copy. In this case, the holder is fully responsible for the safety of crypto keys, because only he/she has access to them. There were occasions when non-custodial wallets were wasted or lost, wherefore the user was shut out of his/her funds.

Complications With Crypto Platforms 😬

We have gathered some fundamental issues faced by users while working with crypto platforms and crypto exchanges.

Demanding Moderation

When creating a custodial wallet, the crypto platform will request your passport details and your selfie from different angles online. There are several reasons for that:

  • To restore access. In case you forgot the wallet details, you will have the option to restore access via customer support. To do this, they need your full details.
  • To provide protection. As to custodial wallets, the exchange undertakes to store your keys, so they must know the wallet holder’s details. For this, along with personal details, the crypto exchange collects data about your device, location, etc.
  • To apply terms of service. Knowing the country where the user is from, the platform can apply certain terms of service to citizens of various countries. Alas, sometimes it backfires on users: in April 2022, the Binance Crypto Exchange restricted access to cryptocurrency transactions for all Russian users with assets over 10,000 euros. As of this writing, if the amount exceeds the specified limit, the user is only allowed to withdraw funds.

User Deanonymization

Although the blockchain stores information about all transactions with a specific cryptocurrency, the personal details of the wallet holder are not applicable. Thus, the user can remain anonymous.

However, your details may be declassified because, to create a custodial wallet, they require your details including a scanned copy of your international passport or driver’s license. For example, in case the exchange is hacked or it receives a government inquiry or a court decision. Also, don’t forget the human-factor aspect: they can sell wallet holder information at a profit.

No Multiple Accounts

The majority of services and platforms allow only one account per user. The reason for that is simple: in case a user tries to obfuscate his data with other people’s details, he/she may pose a potential threat.

Risk of Key Theft

If you use a non-secure connection, there is a risk your private key might be stolen, which provides access to operations with your crypto assets.

Can Anti-Detect Browser Give Boost to Cryptocurrency Operations? 💰

Anti-detect browser is special software that replaces a user’s digital fingerprint. A fingerprint is a set of anonymized data about the user’s device and browser. This includes lots of parameters like language, time zone, screen resolution, IP, browser version, operating system version, Canvas, WebRTC, etc. 

With the anti-detect browser, you can create a unique fingerprint in each separate browser tab. This will allow you to:

  • Create accounts with different fingerprints. This way, you can work in different accounts of the same service at the same time in separate tabs. As a case in point, during the Coinlist sales in February, those who were using Dolphin{anty} Anti-Detect Browser successfully purchased the required tokens using different accounts. Besides, the anti-detect browser will help in the current situation when operations on the Binance exchange are limited for Russian users.
  • Bypass the restrictions and limitations imposed by anti-fraud systems. 
  • Expand anonymity. By replacing your fingerprint, you will be able to hide your details from both anti-fraud systems and fraudsters.
  • Protect yourself from being hacked by IP. 

Please note that to replace an IP, you must purchase a proxy and adjust proxy settings in the anti-detect browser. You might not want to use free proxies: it’s insecure and their IPs are commonly blocked on popular websites.

On average, anti-detect browsers cost $80-100 per month. Depending on the tariff and the browser, there might be limitations on the number of browser profiles you are allowed to create: different profiles for different accounts with different fingerprints. 

Before starting to use the anti-detect browser full-scale, test it during the trial period. During the trial period, you might not want to test your best accounts in the browser so that you can ensure the quality of the software first. Alas, not all browser developers provide such an option.

Dolphin{anty} is an exception ⚡️ The anti-detect browser provides a 4-day trial and a completely free tariff with an unlimited feature set. With a free subscription plan, you can create up to ten profiles. If you want to try out the anti-detect browser, follow the link for a guide on how to download and set up Dolphin{anty} in five minutes.

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