While Bitcoin provides adequate levels of anonymity, BitcoinDark provides greater levels of anonymity.
At an initial price of INR 4,630 on 1 September 2017, BTCD rose high to INR 7,351 on 30 September 2017.
At INR 7,047 on 1 October 2017, BTCD price further slipped down to INR 6,608 on 31 October 2017.
At INR 6,976 on 1 November 2017, BTCD bounced up to INR 7,340 on 30 November 2017.
At INR 8,367 on 1 December 2017, BTCD spiked up immensely and was seen at INR 22,193 on 31 December 2017.
At INR 21,063.54 on 1 January 2018, BTCD dropped down immensely to INR 8,539.14 on 31 January 2018.
At INR 8,333.42 on 1 February 2018, BTCD further dropped to INR 7,108.32 on 27 February 2018.
In Bitcoin the addresses are public, as well as the balances and the amount of the transactions. Although Bitcoin addresses are not directly linked to the real identity of the users who use them, in theory it would be possible to track them and reach their owner.
Even having a transparent blockchain, Bitcoin has a level of privacy that is suitable for most people. But some users ask for higher levels of anonymity and it is definitely a different financial system altogether paving way to every user’s financial inclusion.
The prices fluctuate based on local demand and supply.