How can I trace back my own transaction to myself in the blockchain?
To understand better how transactions can be linked/traced, I did the following:
1. Sent some XMR from an exchange account to a new MyMonero wallet. Transaction ID is *TA*.
2. Checked transaction *TA* on [https://moneroblocks.info](https://moneroblocks.info). There are 2 **outputs**: public keys *OA1* and *OA2*.
3. Sent some XMR from that MyMonero wallet to the same wallet. Transaction ID is *TB*.
4. Checked transaction *TB* on [https://moneroblocks.info](https://moneroblocks.info). There is 1 **input** with 7 signers (mixin of 6), but **none of the signers' public keys match the public keys displayed in the outputs of** ***TA***.
I thought one of the signers would match one of the outputs of *TA*. Why none of them matches? How can I trace back my own transaction?
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