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  1. Bitcoin Wiki is a good source for different ways to set this up. But for a basic version running Linux, specifically Ubuntu, read below. https://en.bitcoinwiki.org/wiki/Setting_up_a_Tor_hidden_service Setup TOR, the easy way is sudo apt-get install tor Otherwise look here https://2019.www.torproject.org/docs/debian.html.en Once that is done lets add the hidden service, which will be your onion address. sudo nano /etc/tor/torrc Now add this to the file. Blocknet might only work with v2, and might not work with v3, so we force that option. HiddenServiceDir /var/lib/tor/hidden_service_blocknet/ HiddenServiceVersion 2 HiddenServicePort 41412 Close and save, then restart the tor service. sudo service tor restart To get your new onion address. sudo cat /var/lib/tor/hidden_service_blocknet/hostname Now to setup the blocknet wallet, stop your Blocknet wallet and edit the blocknet.conf nano ~/.blocknet/blocknet.conf Add these lines, and this is where reading through the Bitcoin Wiki link above is a good idea. onion= externalip=yournewonionaddress.onion listen=1 discover=1 I like to remove peers.dat before restarting the wallet, now restart, and hopefully some others have setup onion's to connect to. here is one to try as an addnode 47cv7y5hopidftc6.onion To addnode either in blocknet.conf addnode=47cv7y5hopidftc6.onion or in console addnode 47cv7y5hopidftc6.onion add To go through the tor network completely proxy= bind= externalip=yournewonionaddress.onion listen=1 discover=1 Read up on the Bitcoin TOR wiki for some options on how to go more anonymous or less anonymous. getnetworkinfo command should show this once its setup on your daemon / QT { "name": "onion", "limited": false, "reachable": true, "proxy": "", "proxy_randomize_credentials": true } ], "relayfee": 0.00010000, "incrementalfee": 0.00001000, "localaddresses": [ { "address": "47cv7y5hopidftc6.onion", "port": 41412, "score": 4 } ],
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