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December 30, 2010, 03:01:20 PM
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I was wondering how practical it is to make bitcoin.org available on i2p. The address bitcoin.i2p is still available and it would allow users to use the site when it is eventually blocked by (insert your favorite dictatorial regime here *mine is China*).

Actually most if not all services for bitcoin should be made available on i2p for when they are eventually blocked by various governments around the world. Already a number of exchanges are available on i2p(it is even mentioned on the list of services available on i2p's most popular wiki.

It is only a matter of time as bitcoin is already illegal in a number of countries (although it has not been banned it's existence and purpose of use violates the law), it will only require it's discovery by the wrong law official for them to take notice of it.


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December 30, 2010, 09:03:07 PM
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Maybe it's better to set up your own site there instead of depending on the devs, the original site is very simple in the first place and very technical in the second.
A nice site that explains bitcoin in detail but laymans terms would be best for the general public. (both on i2p and public web)

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December 31, 2010, 04:13:32 AM
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Maybe it's better to set up your own site there instead of depending on the devs, the original site is very simple in the first place and very technical in the second.
A nice site that explains bitcoin in detail but laymans terms would be best for the general public. (both on i2p and public web)

So a simple site on i2p copying some from bitcoin.org and having the bitcoin client available for download would be ok?

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January 03, 2011, 08:25:06 AM
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The first page of a mirror for bitcoin.org is now up at bitcoin.i2p

If that's not working you can try the base64 address

http://6w4xboiomjpc6mkjffh6ik3ognhmqj2uhv7r3xu6ogk62myb7hiq.b32.i2p/

I'll tidy it up more when I get time.

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January 03, 2011, 12:25:06 PM
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The first page of a mirror for bitcoin.org is now up at bitcoin.i2p

If that's not working you can try the base64 address

http://6w4xboiomjpc6mkjffh6ik3ognhmqj2uhv7r3xu6ogk62myb7hiq.b32.i2p/

I'll tidy it up more when I get time.


Ooops, it looks like something is not working, this is something that I threw up 5 minuts before rushing out.

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