▫️What is the Flow of Private Transactions?

Order Flow

The transaction process is initiated through a sequence of API calls orchestrated with each exchange. These API interactions are designed to ensure both efficiency and compliance with anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.

API Call to Exchange 1

  • Generate Deposit Address: Exchange 1 generates a unique deposit address where the sender is instructed to deposit their tokens. This address is exclusively created for the transaction, enhancing security and privacy.

  • AML Screening: The exchange conducts AML screening to ascertain that the source of the funds is not connected to any criminal activities.

  • Randomized Layer 1: The deposited tokens are swapped into a randomly selected Layer 1 coin to maintain transaction anonymity.

  • Send to Exchange 2: The randomized Layer 1 coin is subsequently sent to a unique wallet address generated by Exchange 2, completing the first phase of the transaction.

API Call to Exchange 2

  • Generate Deposit Address: Exchange 2 generates a unique deposit address for receiving the randomized Layer 1 coin from Exchange 1.

  • AML Screening: Similar to Exchange 1, Exchange 2 performs AML screening to ensure that the destination wallet is not involved in illicit activities.

  • Swap Back to Receiver Token: The randomized Layer 1 coin received is then swapped into the token specified by the user.

  • Send to Destination Address: Finally, the specified token is sent across its native Layer 1 chain to the sender’s designated destination address.

The order is complete once Exchange 2 successfully sends the receiver’s tokens to the destination wallet. This dual-exchange system in conjunction with a randomized Layer 1, ensures that the link between sender and receiver is severed, reinforcing the privacy of the transaction.

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