- For the security experts here I want to ask if I am leaking my privacy since I am a regular user of tornado cash. I make regular deposits into the eth pools. For the example say 5 (A, B, C, D, E). They are deposited over week and withdrawn of differing weeks. None of the 5 deposits happen at the same time and none of the withdrawals at the same time. “A” was withdrawn by relayer to a new address. Then I claim the AP from mining and convert it to TORN for the notes of C and D (on same day A is withdrawn) and deposited to the same address A is at.
Unless I am missing something (and the point of this post) what could be discerned?
Secondly since I do not understand the AP process that well despite reading many posts here, what information is left available for an adversary to find? Just the amount of AP converted to Torn and the rate at time of conversion? Can someone determine specifically how many notes were converted?
Lastly, what benefit would an analytics company such as ciphertrace, chainalysis gain from becoming relayers? If there is a benefit I am sure tehy already are. What info does a relayer capture?