Wasabi wallet is an open-source privacy-focused wallet for Bitcoin., which allows you to perform CoinJoin over Tor.
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Reviews for Wasabi Wallet
The most reliable way [to coinjoin] is to use wasabi wallet.
The coinjoin fees depend on your wasabi wallet settings. As a general rule of thumb it should be to set the anonimity set at 20 which would give you fees at around 0.06%
The fee is 0.003% * anonimity setFull review
Complete privacy at the base layer is a significant risk to the audibility of the money supply (see recent Zcash bug).
“Good enough” txn fungibility at the base layer + off-chain (L2, tooling like Wasabi) privacy is something we should strive to work on.Full review
Wasabi Wallet is a great wallet, but despite that, it isn't super practical to CoinJoin. To CoinJoin with Wasabi, you need to have a minimum amount of coins (0.1 BTC = >$800). It will also cost you a fee (~0.15%).
CoinJoin mixing is also not perfect. While it's good at breaking the links between the source of funds' and their next destination, it is not un-often possible to figure out which funds were submitted by the same CoinJoin participant via "CoinJoin sudoku".Full review