Do you need to know more about are bitcoin transactions anonymous? The anonymity of bitcoin transactions might seem like a simple question, but it is a little bit complex.

At the most basic level, a bitcoin transaction is totally anonymous because the only information that is recorded on bitcoin's blockchain is the address of the two bitcoin wallets, and the amount of bitcoin that was sent (this is a simplification).

The question of anonymity on the bitcoin blockchain is all about the wallet. If the wallet you are using has personal information associated with it, then it isn't anonymous.

Anyone who knows how to look into a wallet's transaction history will be able to see every bitcoin transaction that has ever occurred.

If anonymity is a concern, then it is very important to ensure that there is no personal information associated with the wallet that is being used.

There are other ways to achieve a higher level of anonymity, like using a bitcoin mixer, however these have come under legal scrutiny in some nations.

Overall, it is important to realize that bitcoin is a public blockchain, and all the information on the blockchain can be accessed by anyone that has the know how to do so.