>>2963006 you are a fucking idiot, you have actual monero devs talking on how their transactions are yet not 100% anonymous and only they fixed that less than a month ago. Get rekt faggot when you buy your monthly supply of foreign kids balls to suck on and you get them delivered by a fucking FBI van
>>2963493 The whole point of Monero is that the blockchain is not public. This is a much more thorough privacy feature than IP obfuscation or "mobile privacy" whatever that may mean. And you can have IP obfuscation with monero trivially by using TOR.
>>2963581 Are you trolling right now? It is anonymous. Your address is just one of MILLIONS. All it proves it that you are part of the network. It proves that SOMEONE among those millions made a transaction.
>>2963620 There was no premine but it's true that some people could just hold a fuckton and we'd never know. I don't think there's a solid way around that with a hidden blockchain, and without a hidden blockchain monero would be just another shitcoin.
>>2963806 Well, their goal isn't exactly end user useability as far as I can tell. It's privacy first and foremost for the sake of privacy. And since that is the case, privacy through obscurity is a valid course of action. So that could act as anti-motivation towards such a development.