About Quetzalcoatl Relays

Quetzalcoatl relays runs upwards of 140 Tor exit relays, all running a reduced exit policy.

These are currently served by Frantech Hosting based in Canada who have a very friendly Tor exit relay policy. The servers are hosted in Luxembourg, Las Vegas, New York and Miami.

Why run so many Tor exit relays?

Well, if you, like me, are you fed up with gifting some of your hard earned cash on charities which spend too much on admin and staff costs before anything good happens with your money?

Know that if you run a relay of any kind you are directly helping the public who seek anonymity, privacy and want to keep away from the snoopers who will track all your web activities - and Tor is the answer.

I am just a regular joe, who likes tinkering with computers, who has the necessary skills to run a bunch of relays.

I have been running tor exit relays of one kind or another for over seven years, and once I found nusenu's ansible_relayor software - I decided to create a few more.

One thing led to another, and ten months down the road of Quetzalcoatl Relays beginnings back in 2020 we now route almost 5 percent of all exit traffic on the Tor network and manage over 140 tor exit relays.

As long as I can afford it, and it enables others to achieve anonymity and privacy, then I will continue and will grow the Quetzalcoatl family as more donations enable this expansion to occur.

Why the name Quetzalcoatl?

Quetzalcoatl is a mythic south American winged and feathered figure/god, and it seemed an appropriate name, for being free of tracking and snooping.

Thank you for visiting, and may you make much use of these relays.

Donations are always welcome, and always needed, thank you.

Quetzalcoatl Relays.

Aztec Man - by Sammy

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