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Which tools can track Bitcoin transactions and identify if they're received on Kraken, Binance, or CoinGate?

There's a number of paid tools available to private persons that can be used for detailed tracking and tracing of most popular cryptocurrencies and tokens (BTC, ETH, TRX and so on...), such as AMLBot - The full-fledged crypto compliance solution (investigation section on their Telegram bot).

Otherwise, mentioned solutions may work, etherscan, tronscan
I run an test with this free tool, works well. My question is, if you don't have an address to go after it is impossible to find any wallet. Only if I enter my address I can see that for instant it is a kraken address or with another address it is indeed my cold wallet. So if I never give out my address to any person they won't be able to proof it is my cold wallet?

When you enter your addresses in tools such as AMLBot you effectively give your address to be analyzed. It is a double edged sword. On one end you want to make sure you don't hold high AML risk coins but on the other particularly with "free" tools you are submitting your address and all addresses it has interacted with ever to be analyzed. I have seen happen you can have a wallet with relatively low AML risk and after it is tumbled through their analytics database to come up with high risk days later. In that regard I'd definitely be wary of services where you check your address if you want to keep it private.

if they find such addresses say in an kraken account together say with 60 or 80 other addresses they can't claim one of these are mine if I don't tell them?

Am I wrong here?
If you are using a CEX like Kraken then it is reasonable to assume only you know the deposit addresses of your account. Meaning you either had sent from your own addresses (SoF) or it was a business transaction or donation etc. If one of the sending addresses are yours it really is a matter of whether you didn't connect any previous transactions ever to you be it business or network (including sending addresses through messengers etc.).
 
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I am very happy that I have found this thread and its topic. I was under the impression that XMR and other shitcoins couldn't be traced, but they can be, uh, that's a bummer.
XMR is definitely not a shitcoin, it is one of the leading privacy cryptocurrencies without a doubt. It does work very well for what it stands for. For the average day user using it can be highly anonymous. However for higher value targets there are numerous ways from the network side or/in combination with incorrect usage that it can be predicted who is doing what. Note that I'm saying predicted as this relies on statistical probabilities from different factors, incorrect usage (e.g ignoring warnings or joining too much/too soon etc.) or incorrect bridging (transfer X amount in BTC to XMR and then use 99% of that to convert to BTC within minutes on KYC'd exchanges) and definitely not in a way where Monero itself has been cracked.
 
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keeping my cold wallet address far away from public, using exodus to receive payments and transfer them from their to bitcoinmix and going to my cold wallet finally. That has been working perfectly for me.
FFS never use "mixers" because they mix your clean crypto received from cryptocurrency exchange with dirty crypto received from drug dealers, hackers, etc and in result you get a semi-dirty money with high risk score.
 
FFS never use "mixers" because they mix your clean crypto received from cryptocurrency exchange with dirty crypto received from drug dealers, hackers, etc and in result you get a semi-dirty money with high risk score.
that totally depends on the mixer. These risk-scores are completely arbitrarily and more voodoo than real.
Your address today can have a different score tomorrow without using mixer and just sitting still.