I like it the way it is. Masternodes all exit and route .People liked this and suggested I bring it here:
If that's a serious concern, presumable Evan could set it up so masternodes can opt out of being an exit node (so just be a relay), and have a specific fee paid just to exit nodes. Then the market will sort it out. The less masternodes want to be exit nodes the more the remaining exit nodes will get, adding incentive to be an exit node.
Just a few thoughts.
Will I get paid 50 cents even if someone drains my ec2 traffic worth 50 dollar?
Will I get charged or even sent to prison if crimes are comitted using my IP?
This might make running masternodes very unattractive.
Few notes on DarkTor:
3. Does that mean that traffic will go through MNs? Amazon MNs' traffic bills could be reeeeally huge in that case...
That's something MNs' owners should be aware of.
Unless he's changed his mind since we talked about this a while back, users will purchase 24 hours of access to DarkTor and one Masternode per 24 hours will receive all of those funds.
In terms of roadmap can we expect DarkTor before or after IP obfuscation?
I can't imagine that would work. Think about it, if we had 10,000 masternodes, then it would take years to get your payday. Actually, I thought that the funds collected every block would be paid to the current winning masternode.