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I can only speak for Tor: using torsocks can make monerod connect to other nodes via the Tor network. This will run monerod with Tor: DNS_PUBLIC=tcp torsocks monerod --p2p-bind-ip 127.0.0.1 --no-igd If you cannot connect your wallet (which should not use Tor), you may need to add TORSOCKS_ALLOW_INBOUND. Apparently, different systems may or may not need ...


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When using Kovri alone, the ISP/your employer/whoever is able to see that you are using Kovri, but not what you're doing on Kovri (e.g. using Monero). When using Kovri with a VPN, the ISP will just be able to see that you're connecting to a VPN. However the VPN provider and their ISP will be able to see that you're connecting to Kovri. Personally I think ...


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There's another one! http://cloakvpn.com/monero I like how they handle creating accounts: A 30-day account will be provisioned for you using th 16 character Payment_ID you provide. UserName = The first 12 characters of your Payment_ID. Password = The 13-16th characters of your Payment_ID. (last 4 digits) Announcement here Disclaimer: this is not an ...


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Cryptostorm accepts Monero directly. Some community feedback for the VPN can be found on Reddit. Any Bitcoin accepting VPN can be paid with xmr.to or shapeshift


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BolehVPN also supports XMR (through Coinpayments) To support the use of anonymous currencies, services purchased using Dash, Monero, Zcoin and Zcash enjoy a 10% discount off the listed price. You can either pay using Coinpayments which processes the conversion automatically or if you’re paying via Dash directly, NOTE: I have never used them and this ...


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