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Definitions and terminology related to cryptoeconomics, blockchain and distributed ledger technology.

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Coin Mixing

Coin mixing is a cryptographic technique designed to thwart third party analysis of a token's ownership and transaction history via mixing-based obfuscation. Using this method, a protocol generates and sends many transactions to many newly generated addresses, often in random amounts and at random intervals, such that, at the end of the mixing process, the mixed coins are output to different addresses in different amounts than they were initially input.