The Tachyon VPN reaches 1 million users in just six months
Tachyon Protocol, a blockchain-based network developed by the creator of proof-of-staking Sunny King, reported that its decentralized virtual private network, or VPN, reached 1 million users worldwide last week after only six months.
The VPN has experienced tremendous growth since May, when Cointelegraph reported that it reached 100,000 users.
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According to the website, Tachyon VPN allows users to circumvent restrictions on Internet activity. It provides many features, such as a P2P network without central nodes, multiple route routing to avoid single-point attacks, protocol simulation to disguise transit traffic, and free access to Facebook, Netflix, Spotify and other platforms.
About Tachyon Protocol
Tachyon VPN is part of the Tachyon Protocol project that includes applications such as Internet of Things, decentralized finance (DeFi), storage, and other applications. The goal of the Tachyon Protocol project is to provide a secure and private Internet for users.
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According to the website, technologies such as distributed has table (DHT), blockchain, user datagram protocol (UDP) and encryption were used to build the project.
The Tachyon Protocol (IPX) has been ranked among the top 100 crypto currencies in CoinMarketCap with a market capitalization of USD 23 million. IPX, Tachyon Protocol’s native token, is based on the blockchain of v.systems with a total supply of one billion. IPX has been included in global exchanges such as Bithumb, HitBTC, Hotbit and OceanEx.
Tachyon published its white paper last year.