The Beldex platform has introduced BelNet, the second DApp in the Web 3.0 application privacy protection ecosystem, CoinJournal learned from an exclusive press release.
A decentralized VPN service differs from a corporate or corporate VPN because BelNet does not store location or IP data on its servers.
Network uses custom onion routing
BelNet uses Beldex distributed nodes to forward incoming requests as needed using a customized onion routing protocol, ensuring complete end-to-end anonymity and privacy in the process. I will keep
BelNet not only hides your identity, physical location, and IP address, it is immune to sybil attacks. Over 1000 distributed active master nodes routing user traffic currently support the Beldex network.
Beldex Chairman Afanddy Bin Hushni said:
The Beldex team focuses on security, protects data rights and privacy, and continuously works to develop applications that are highly scalable and enable mass adoption. That’s why we launched BelNet, an application that relies on highly reliable distributed nodes and low-latency onion routers.
Low latency protocol that guarantees high speed
Most VPNs today are slow, including decentralized VPNs. This is very frustrating and frustrating for users. BelNet uses the low-latency Onion routing protocol to guarantee above-average speeds.
Future users can access the server with higher bandwidth by connecting to an exit node operator.
Free internet managed by the community
BelNet promotes a fair and free Internet for people around the world by being strong against censorship. This fact is paramount in promoting unbiased information and free speech.
BelNet is especially beneficial for those who need it most, including refugees, journalists and minorities. Of course, you can use BelNet to unblock sites, surf the web privately, and donate anonymously like any other of his VPNs.
In short, BelNet is a community-controlled version of the Internet.
The announcement is good news for democracy, as the Internet Freedom Index has been declining around the world for the past three years. Most of the affected countries are in Asia and Africa.