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Re: [tor-talk] [Bitcoin-development] Tor hidden service support

On Tuesday 26 June 2012 19:04:43 grarpamp wrote:
> Additionally, such addresses are exchanged and relayed via the P2P network.
> To do so, we reused the fd87:d87e:eb43::/48 IPv6 range. Each address in
> this 80-bit range is mapped to an onion address, and treated as belonging
> to a separate network. This network range is the same as used by the
> OnionCat application (though we do not use OnionCat in any way), and is
> part of the RFC4193 Unique Local IPv6 range, which is normally not globally
> routable.

What happens if a Bitcoin program using one of these addresses is running on 
the same box as OnionCat?

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