04/13/2017 (Thu) 22:32:07
Kudos for moving into the 21st century.
Dnscrypt is a subset of DNS technology overall. DNS always suggests the use of a caching server if only to reduce bandwith use. This idea goes back to the days yore, where the primary advice to reduce strain on the network was: "hunt down and kill -9 Xpilot."
A caching server located on a router that clients are forced to use is just marketing speak for a plain old vanilla DNS server.
You should put your caching server on the client. There's a lotta reasons for doing so. It's a good idea to learn how to as an exercise in taking control of your own computer and communications. I happen to use Bind, but that's like the Space Shuttle of the DNS world. Simpler apps abound for client use.