TOR Masternode Guide Darkcoin Relay: http://darkcoinie7ghp67.onion/ Guide: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=421615.msg5810472#msg5810472 I've not posted in this thread before, so congrats to everyone on DarkCoin. DarkSend is coming along well and this is a great feature for this project and also for using crypto currency more safely in the future. I was intending to start a 'Tor Enclave' project for Anoncoin, however I'm a fan of CPU coins and some 'default' features of DarkCoin actually make it more suited to network connectivity when using Tor. So, I have set-up 2 DarkCoin nodes which are running as dual stack i.e. they have connectivity through Tor as well as through the clear (regular) internet. Here is the darkcoin.conf settings to enable connectivity via the Tor Browser Bundle. Note that the Tor Browser Bundle uses Socks 5 port 9150 instead of 9050. Code: gen=0 socks=5 proxy=127.0.0.1:9150 maxconnections=8 addnode=33rkrxcfoeduijtb.onion addnode=hgyvmhd7p2ihasu2.onion I think this method of connection is preferable to using; -tor=<iport> and -onlynet=<net> although thats up to the user. See: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=309716.msg3324942#msg3324942 Re: Official Anoncoin Information, FAQ & Description thread. [Moderated] - What/Howto Tor. See: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Running_Bitcoin Connectivity can be vastly improved both for the user and within the Tor network by using the following config. (torrc) with the Tor Browser Bundle. This is a fast / censorship resistant config. which has been slightly adapted to maximize DarkCoin connectivity through Tor. See: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=331077.0 Advanced Tor Browser Bundle config. - Anti-Spying - Anti-ECHELON - Anti-FiveEyes An adapted version of: xeronet Torrc - v3.5f - 'fastest' version DarkCoin Torrc - Tor Browser Bundle conf. suggested additions.