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LIRA (Lightweight Incentivized Routing for Anonymity) is a scheme to incentivize participants in Tor to contribute resources, in particular bandwidth.

The paper talks about it being used for Tor. Can it work for other decentralized and privacy-friendly networks as well, such as cjdns?

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