Mysterium foundation is developing Mysterium Network – an Open source software, powering a Decentralized Network of VPN Nodes.
Mysterium Network acts as a marketplace, its Open Source software allows anyone to join the network both as a provider – selling unused network traffic or as a customer – buying VPN service from other Mysterium Network providers.
Mysterium Network is based on a complex architecture revolving around P2P, Blockchain, Smart Contracts, State Channels, etc.. Read our WhitePaper (to be released soon) for a detailed description on how the protocol will enable the creation of completely decentralized VPN network, powered by anonymous yet decentralized MicroPayments.
- Focus on Shareholder benefit
- Your private data in one hands
- Simplified access to your data for 3’rd parties
- High profit margins
- Focus on Network participant benefits
- Your Private data is Decentralized
- Obstructed access of your data for 3’rd parties
- Perfect competition sets fair price
Infinitely Scalable, built using P2P architecture. Without single point of failure – no central company or server.
All source code is always visible, empowering contributions and 100% transparency.
Designed for Anonymity
Powerful encryption, Node Reputation, Layered Protection Protocols, etc.. All working to help you safely and privately participate in the Network.
04. Market Opportunity
Advocate of Decentralization, Sharing Economy and Empowerment, impatient against injustice and non-level playing field. Years of experience in IT with projects ranging from startups to governmental projects. Most past experience focused towards building great team and product.
Co-Founder, Smart Contract and Python developer
Paulius is an early entrant into blockchain arena, learning and experimenting with the possibilities since 2014. Started enter more seriously in the spring of 2016 with Robertas, buiding DaoWorks – a decentralized tool handling Compensation for Work.
Main Architect of the Protocol
Ričardas is the main architect of Mysterium Protocol, writing the core protocol elements into our whitepaper and performing needed proof of concept tests. Also he is not a new to blockchain, long before meeting us he programmed himself a Bitcoin node just using specifications, so he could better understand the technology.
Explaining Decentralized VPN to my grandmother is a challenging task. And Šarūnas has a task to create visuals – explaining the concept to the whole world. He immersed himself into the concept, to breathe it, live it, understand it – then he started producing Visual art which started to resonate with the team instantly.