Could we have choice to choose "no change" and "send change to new pub-key never been used on blockchain" ?I'll try to rephrase what alex-ru just said: DS tx means 1) you can spend only mixed denominations 2) you should leave no trail i.e. it must have no change going back to your wallet.
I'm not sure I understand correctly....Ah interesting. Could this not be coded into the wallets? Sort of like wallets today automatically add the tx fee to the transaction? Seems typing 4.99 compared to 5 is significant when you look at ease of use, specially when the difference in cost is 10 times bigger.
If I understood correctly.
"no change" - DS txCould we have choice to choose "no change" and "send change to new pub-key never been used on blockchain" ?
I think sending changes to new pub-key may make transactions less privacy but we could mark as darksend-changes to be used later by give warning if mix this darksend-changes with unmixed vin. So, it should result same as no changes in best use case.
Actually, using darksend denominations together with unmixed vin is also weakening your darksend transactions created from same wallet, I guess.
Yes, that's what I want, and automated ideally, instead of my having to do the math for an exact number to send.I'm not sure I understand correctly....
Like if you'd want to send ~5 but you are willing to send 4.99 instead of 5 to lower fees?
So instead of this
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you want this
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"no change" - DS tx
"send change to new pub-key never been used on blockchain" - normal tx does it and it doesn't help, also https://dashtalk.org/threads/dead-change-an-anonymity-issue.3019/
The wallet ads funds to the original transaction until it is denominations of 0.1 and so you end up sending a bit more then you initially typed?