The LISp auction is the second auction that will be run by the Tor Project and it will see an estimated $5.5bn spent by Tor users worldwide in 2016.
The LISps are the digital currency used to transact the vast majority of transactions on the Tor network.
This includes Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
The Tor Project is looking to use this funding to expand the Tor anonymity network and to create a new way of buying things on the internet.
The money raised will be used to pay developers to work on the new version of the Tor project.
In addition, the Torproject will also seek to develop an open source Tor browser.
Tor is a project by the creator of the anonymous web service, The Onion Router.
Tor is not a secure network.
Its operators have admitted that it can be used for illicit purposes.
In addition, it can also be used as a payment gateway.
The Tor project has been accused of being too secretive, with several prominent security experts warning that its developers were not trustworthy.
The funding for the new Tor project will also help the Tor team expand its global team of developers.
The project has already announced that the team will be hiring another 100 people in the next few months.
However, the new hiring will be contingent on the development of the new product, Tor.
The new Tor version will be released in the coming months.
The $5 billion funding will come out of the $8bn allocated to the LISPs last year, and will help the project develop new features and support Tor users.
The first LISpacure will be held on December 3rd.
In 2018, the project will hold a second auction.