Can anyone explain why this appears as a coinjoin transaction on trezor suite? I never ever used coinjoin. All I did was transferring from the exchange to my trezor. Please help. Is this a bug? What if I transfer this to the exchange and they blacklist me?
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It’s an bug and technically correct at the same time.
The exchange likely sent funds to you via multiple wallets. A better label is a ‘Joint transaction’.
Hi, could you please contact our Support agents via the Need help button at https://trezor.io/support?
Send them the transaction hash and a screenshot of the transaction details, so they can look into it.
Thanks for reporting!
I thought CoinJoin is an optional feature, is it not?
I don’t want to risk getting blacklisted from an exchange either so would like to know before sending coins to and from an exchange.
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