The short answer is yes. It is entirely possible to publish articles on Medium and not have readers know exactly who is behind the content.
It is just a simple matter of knowing how to proceed.
Before launching into the “how,” it is important to understand the “why” of blogging anonymously on Medium. For one, while there are numerous platforms that allow you to blog anonymously, Medium is one of the few that allows you to hide your true identity and still be able to earn money from your content. That’s right, you can still monetize your work through the Medium Partner Program even while having one or more anonymous accounts.
Medium is also easy to join and use using an email address or social media handle. You don’t need to install and configure templates or do any form of web design or coding. It is very much like having a Twitter account, except that it allows you to create much longer posts and possibly get paid for them. Once you have a Medium account and you are ready to create content, you simply open up the text editor and start writing.
Another reason to choose Medium as your anonymous blogging platform of choice is its high domain authority of well over 90. Websites having an excellent domain authority is an indication of their popularity in Google search. It means that your blog posts on Medium are likely to show up in search results, which will boost traffic to your content. In fact, blogging on Medium takes away the headache of having to focus on technical strategies such as SEO, which is necessary to find readers. The platform’s large audience makes it possible to attract readers without any SEO work as well, even though you will be blogging anonymously.