In another thread user @tsachi suggested, for some modicum of privacy:
“If you want to prevent the other party from knowing your address, you can create a new account, and give that account to the payer. Once this account is funded, you can use the key to either move the funds into your “primary” account, or just leave it there.”
So I’m trying this on the mobile app - it doesn’t appear I can add a second account on the existing Ledger. OK, so I try to make a new account and get new recovery information.
How do I then ‘use the key’ to move the funds? As far as I can tell that’s just recovering via BIP and it’s not moving anything other than restoring the wallet elsewhere. And certainly I can’t do that within the Algorand app itself. It’s already there.
Lastly, if none of this can be done - if there is no semi-privacy model, then does that mean we’re left with managing separate wallets for any set of transactions for which we don’t want the transacting party to, by default, know all our holdings / associate with our contact information?
Again, I’m not looking to defeat chain analysis or a Zcash privacy model. Just understand what the options are, if any. Thank you, -Pk