I am surprised at the lack of attention this project has gotten. They have done everything as clean and by the book as they could… and that very well might be the problem. In an era of hype and pump and dump, the honest companies go un-noticed.
They are a non profit, and actually achieved FINRA regulation by the Swiss government as a utility token. They have a open source GitHUB that gets updated dozens of times a day by many contributors. Their list of team members and advisors are beyond impressive. They release videos weekly with the updates on all things project related.
I don’t know how more people aren’t talking about this project ….
Trying to understand TOR and how bitcoin full nodes would work over it.
Using clear internet, normal internet, there are about 10k nodes according to this site https://bitnodes.earn.com/nodes however I see it says .onion only about 385. Why is this separate for Tor? Can’t you still connect to the clearnet nodes with Tor? Or are .onion ONLY available to Tor users? What is the benefit of that?
Believing miners control or define the bitcoin network is like believing the security guards at a tech company own or define the products they make. It doesn’t work that way. Miners are paid handsomely to provide security services; and they are disposable