游客IveArrivedEveryone 上2020年2月14日 - 下午4:31 #513784
Have a computer running your own node. You can do this by simply downloading the monero GUI wallet. (https://www.getmonero.org/downloads/) the download will take a day or 2 depending on your internet as it’s roughly like 80GB’s could be more I haven’t checked the size recently. Running your own node means all your transactions will pass through it. If your journalist use tails then you could set up an onion node for your monero although monero cleat net node controlled by you would be good enough. The monero transactions themselves aren’t like bitcoin no one can just open a transaction up on the internet and see where the coins are going. The only way to see who sent what and how much would depend on weather you share your transaction key and address with them. I personally buy monero from localmonero(dot)co it’s slightly more expensive than the market rates but you get complete anonymity when buying them although if you send it from the exchnage to your journalist just be warned that the exchange would know how much and where your sending it but that’s it. You could send it to your own wallet and then send it on to them. The gui wallet lets you create loss of sub-address if that would be anyway more beneficial too. This is my own advice hopefully others will chip in too but I hope I helped. EDIT: if I was to send a journalist money and to make it so no one could see it, it’d be buy monero from local monero; send to my GUI wallet from the exchange; using my GUI wallet connected to my own node I’d then send my monero to a journalist that is also connected to my node via the remote node option in the GUI wallet.