Support the Tor network!
To get an idea, with our current estimates, each 100 Mbit/s relay costs sligthly less than 300 € per month. A 10 € donation will let us run one relay for one day.
An oignon represents one month of operation2.
Whenever we have funding for more than 6 months, we try to start a new exit node. Below 3 months, we shall have to close an existing relay.
Donate by credit card
em>As banks are being bad to the Fund for Defense of Net Neutrality, our preferred way to to accept credit cards is unavailable. It is still possible to use PayPal or HelloAsso.
Payments through PayPal costs 0.25€ + 1.4%. For 10€, PayPal will keep 0.39€. For 100€, PayPal will keep 1.65€.
Donations made using HelloAsso get to us in full. The site still incites to give an extra tip for HelloAsso. The amount is free. Compared to other companies, 1€ is quite costly for a simple bank transaction. But it's great for recurring payments.
Donate by wire transfer
Nos oignons' banking information (including our IBAN) changed on January 14., 2016. You can receive the updated version by writing to our mail robot. If you donate periodically through wire transfer, please remember to update the banking details.
Most banks offer to setup periodic wire transfers. They surely help us plan the funding of the nodes better.
Make a Bitcoin donation equivalent1 to:
Watch out! Contrary to media stories, exchanges in bitcoins are not anonymous. All transactions are recorded and the whole history is public. It's one of the reasons why the system works. It means there are several ways to link a Bitcoin address and who uses it.
Les dons en Bitcoin sont temporairement suspendus suite à des difficultés administratives avec la plateforme Paymium.
Members of Nos oignons are often present at public events to receive in person donations. Invite us!
How is the money spent?
Every year, we publish a financial report with details on how donations have been used:
- Financial report for 2016 (in French)
- Financial report for 2015 (in French)
- Financial report for 2014 (in French)
- Financial report for 2013 (in French)