Hi everyone, I’ve been thinking about something that doesn’t appear to have been discussed here yet. It’s no secret that Bisq is popular among the Monero community, where the lack of fungibility of bitcoin is generally acknowledged. Specifically, there are often some very large offers on bisq where the individual is trading btc for xmr, has many offers up at the maximum size of 1 btc, and is willing to go considerably below market rate (-3%). Just based on the size and discounted rate of the offers, as well as the fact that XMR is being purchased, I suspect that these individuals are attempting to offload ‘tainted’ btc for a more fungible asset without the full understanding of the btc buyer. It seems dangerous to use a truly anonymous DEX to purchase an asset with questionable fungibility, but I don’t really have any good solutions to this type of attack. Should bisq somehow attempt to reject tainted btc? Why or why not?