As in, when Patrick Lambert says "released", what this really means is "available". I wouldn't even call it beta testing at this point. That is, this is not a release in the software sense of "finished product".
The only thing OpenDNS really charges for is the filtering if you are not a residential user, or if you are a residential user and want a few extras.
DNSCrypt just uses plain old DNS. If you want filtering, you do the account signup thing.
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