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Yes. You will probably want to see these two blog posts: https://blog.torproject.org/two-incentive-designs-tor https://blog.torproject.org/tor-incentives-research-roundup-goldstar-par-braids-lira-tears-and-torcoin


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Indeed! run a node or two - and it will make the whole network a bit faster


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Garlic Routing is a variant of Onion Routing which I2P (Invisible Internet Project) uses. The fundamentals of garlic routing and garlic encryption were developed by Michael Freedman and were improved and implemented by the developers of the I2P project. It encrypts multiple messages together to make it harder for attackers to analyze traffic. To protect the ...


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