Would appreciate anyones input on experience with both systems. Ease of set up, performance and security.
For instance with I2P it seems logical that the better use case would be a clean system running from a Linux distro on a flash drive. Which is probably too much trouble for most people. Is that step even needed with I2P. Tor on Tails looks now like a simpler process because they are providing an OS to set up on presumably on a flash which I think includes the tor browser and some other applications. Also its appears the Silk Road folks have migrated to I2P, suggesting a more complete security platform for I2P.
Also what is the relative performance difference with between the two? Also interesting is that I2P is an internal network kind of like SAFE will be but it has a bridge to the outside world. My presumption is that working through the bridge with regular internet systems kind of defeats the use case and purpose and the interface is far from seamless. For instance I2P provides its own email services and apps but no on is going to be able to use one of those, like people use hushmail, to create a pseudoanonymous (it would be more anonymous in this case if possible) address to sign up to FaceBook with?
I2p was apparently released in 2003 but just got its stable release in April of 2015. Fascinating for parallels to SAFE.