With the new Ethereum Meta's Smart Contracts, Ethereum Meta allows direct anonymous payments between parties. Ethereum Meta transactions exist alongside normal (non-anonymous) transactions. Each user can convert non-anonymous coins (Ethers) into anonymous coins, which we call Ethereum Meta. Users can then send Ethereum Meta to other users, and split or merge Ethereum Meta they own in any way that preserves the total value. Users can also convert Ethereum Meta back into normal Ether, obfuscating any possible traceability.
Ethereum Meta mixes transaction tokens by using other wallets controlled by Smart Contracts, hence all the operations in Smart Contract are transparent and reinforce consensus of the Network.
Ethereum Meta is accessible through normal Ethereum wallets (see all supported wallets below), which allows for an easy transition of normal Ethereum to a Meta layer. This convenience facilitates continuous transactions on Ethereum Meta and therefore increases the value of the token.