This is probably a blog post of some sort, but I'm snowed under so just writing it here:
I think at a cursory glance, people overestimate Joinmarket's effectiveness, especially against *targeted* attacks, but if anything underestimate it when they take a deeper look.
Consider the idea of a targeted attack on a maker, identified e.g. through having done one coinjoin with them and knowing some utxos (say, just 1 for simplicity).
"Targeted" attack could just mean, acting as a taker, ... (1/n)
Smaller channels are fine too
Both nodes are back online now btw
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