Thanks for the heads up. The researcher deanonymized centralized mixers, due to them using arbitrary amounts. I previously wrote about it here (Issue 3: Mixing Unequal Inputs (The Wrong Way)): https://medium.com/@nopara73/traditional-bitcoin-mixers-6a092e59d8c2
That is right. If BC analysis can recognize the wallet then it can recognize that this transaction has 2 interpretations with the same likelihood, which of course would be equivalent to a 2 anonymity set mix.
That’s a quite interesting issue. Of course, we could think round based coinjoins are benefiting from Schnorr a lot more than JoinMarket transactions, because there you aggregate a lot more signatures. And of course it is true, but Schnorr will be an implementation nightmare, because it is interactive.
> If you look at the lower lines that include error correction, the earliest date would be 2028 and could be even longer depending upon how successful or unsuccessful researchers are in improving the qubit quality.
Do you have a link I can read up on it?