Not only does that not mean it won't happen, even if it did and people forked Tor, They would likely begin some kind of purge to get rid of "unsafe Tor forks", with maybe some amount of success.
>criticizing Tor means you're a glowie
I don't think there's any need for you to worry about them if you're this fucking retarded.
>You sound angry, like if you were selling VPN.
Because telling someone to use Tor instead
of a VPN is fucking retarded, you should be using both; and frankly that is a ludicrous amount of fucking hypocrisy.
>Feds can ask any VPN for data and read your browsing history.
And I imagine that they could theoretically track down various Tor nodes and spy on what's being sent; the issue is less the possibility and more about if that happens, will the VPN refuse and actually does not keep any logs; a few VPNs have ran into issues and have either refused to give up information, or when that information was accessed, there were indeed no logs on it.
>Little when feds can check who you are with one click.
That does not explain anything.
>You can read Tor source code and check it yourself. You can also commit a serious crime with Tor and see if you get caught. Try to do the same with VPN.
VPNs are well-known to let you avoid getting into trouble with your ISP over torrents.
>Crypto is also payment data. Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are not anonymous, they are similar to credit cards and you are tracked.
>cryptocurrencies like bitcoin
...then don't use bitcoin. Sounds like a pretty simple solution, there.
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