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May 10, 2014, 05:25:13 PM
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Just like the subject says, Blockchain.info is now blocking access from Tor exit nodes.  It used to be 1 out of 25 nodes would be blocked, now it's 1 out of 25 that is allowed.  It's clear they've made the decision to block access from Tor.

So much for a simple anonymous online wallet.
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May 10, 2014, 10:00:06 PM
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Just like the subject says, Blockchain.info is now blocking access from Tor exit nodes.  It used to be 1 out of 25 nodes would be blocked, now it's 1 out of 25 that is allowed.  It's clear they've made the decision to block access from Tor.

So much for a simple anonymous online wallet.

I can access BC.i fine from my (tor exit) IP address.

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