Lets say I buy bitcoin from an exchange, I send bitcoin from there to my incognito wallet. it gets shielded. Then send bitcoin to a public address. does each time I shield, then send to a public address, it is sent from a new btc address? If that makes sense and is understandable?
Like basically do you just get new addresses once you shield and then unshield? I’ve been converting to XMR just as an extra layer of security/privacy. But I’m just wondering, is it even possible this could ever get deanonymized by some entity or is it foul proof?
Also, what would happen if a government demanded information about someone’s wallet or address/activities? Are you in a position to be able to refuse? Idk where this is located if it is. Russia? But let’s just stick to Western nations governments. US, Canada, etc. Can you refuse to hand over info if demanded?