Hi, I’ve been using Bisq and just wanted to better educate myself a bit. Suppose you’re using Zelle or something similar to buy the BTC, so then the bank has a record of you using Zelle. Given that BTC’s blockchain can be audited, it seems like the bank etc would be able to do a correlation analysis of the amount you sent in zelle, and the price of bitcoin at the time, and determine that you were buying btc. Moreover, by auditing the blockchain, it seems like they could match up USD amounts with BTC funding transactions, and figure out which bitcoin addresses you (the zelle user) own. They could even (possibly) piece together who owns which .onion addresses. Or am I mistaken? Has this been discussed here before?