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Jambler.io breaks the mold by delivering its Mixer-as-a-Service model for partners

Biraajmaan Tamuly

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Jambler.io breaks the mold by delivering its Mixer-as-a-Service model for partners
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Jambler.io, a platform powering a network of Bitcoin mixers, debuted its Mixer-as-a-Service [MaaS] model in the beginning of November 2018. A completely novel approach to bitcoin anonymization and the as-yet-unheard-of business model for partners have already earned the platform some attention.
Jambler is a unique cryptocurrency mixing service in many ways, and primarily, in the approach to helping different groups of the cryptocurrency community. The platform buys output transactions from cryptocurrency stock exchanges and miners, verifies their reliability and ensures +1% return to investors within hours, given a high investment demand. The verified money is then used for mixing purposes and randomly distributed to end users through Jambler partner mixers – Bitcoin tumblers that Jambler partners build on the basis of the platform’s superior anonymization algorithms and infrastructure.
All this said, these three groups get what they are after: investors turn their money around with a quick profit, partners run their Bitcoin mixers hustle-free and receive commission %, privacy-conscious clients eliminate the risk of their privacy being compromised and get clean coins. A win-win-win situation, if you like.
Jambler’s anonymization strategy is not just a matter of ungrounded bragging. The platform has stringent security measures including no log storage policy, no personal data collection unlike in stock exchanges, operates over Clearnet and Tor and uses the logic that is tamper-resistant and effective in countering volume, cluster, taint and other types of analyses utilized by Blockchain surveillance companies. As said before, Jambler operates through a network of partner mixers and does not deal with end users directly.
Jambler’s MaaS business model is not something you can see offered a lot in the market. A Bitcoin mixer is unsurprisingly costly to develop and run – the tech side is challenging, initial investment even more. Before the introduction of MaaS, a Jambler partner would have to buy hosting [preferably VPS] and a domain name for their Clearnet website [website templates provided by Jambler], set up a Tor mirror and a Telegram bot, which actually can serve as a mixer for your Telegram audience. They would also need to find the resources to tackle the security of their website.
With MaaS, the platform takes care of your hosting costs, security and tech support of your mixer and Telegram bot. For Clearnet version of Bitcoin mixer partners would have to obtain a domain name, while for Tor-mirror, Jambler’s support team would only need to know up to first seven characters to generate a preferred domain name. For Telegram bots, they would need your Telegram token. All the setup is done by the Jambler’s side and any changes to a partner’s website can be addressed by Jambler’s tech support. If a partner chooses to change the hosting options, the switch will be carried out upon request. The platform in turn is expecting at least one paid transaction within the span of the first 3 months done through your mixer.
Jambler literally removes all the barriers to entry for its partners. MaaS infrastructure has so far demonstrated a high level of reliability that guarantees 99.9% uptime. The new option went live this November. To ask questions, register your interest or do a order of the new feature, type “+” in our Telegram chat or contact Jambler.io with the “MaaS Order” subject line. The Jambler team will get you up and running in 2-3 days.
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Biraajmaan covers market trends of major cryptocurrencies. As a graduate in engineering, his interests lie in Blockchain technology. With over a year as a journalist, his articles focus on US and UK markets.

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