Originating from the idea that people should own their data and not a centralized ledger keeper like Facebook, WhatsApp, etc., just waiting for the next hack, we’re giving users back ownership of their data and the freedom to communicate without feeling concerned with intermediaries and unknown third parties having access to their private information.
With everything happening right now with the massive 87 million Facebook user data leak, Telegram being banned in multiple countries like Russia and Iran and also being hacked, a back door being found in WhatsApp’s encrypted group chats, and WeChat censoring conversations, there is no better time for us to drop the middle entities and centralized server hosts who are constantly manipulating our data.
Skrumble Network (SKM) is an innovative public blockchain that is uniquely optimized for secure communication-centric connections and transactions, decentralized applications, and offers a communication layer for developers to build into any application. With no middle entity or centralized server host in between to censor, block or manipulate any data, Skrumble Network’s blockchain and decentralized applications aim to be a catalyst for data privacy and help to truly democratize communication on a global scale.
The SKM MainNet was launched in April 2019. The first dApp built on Skrumble Network is Ally, a messaging and crypto transfer app with over 150,000 users thus far, featuring decentralized messaging and file storage, in-chat P2P crypto transfers, real utility for the SKM token, and more. Skrumble Network has a number of decentralized applications currently building on the network and will announce more soon.
Skrumble Network has attracted such renowned crypto and tech luminaries such as Anthony DiIorio, Co-Founder of Ethereum, Decentral and Jaxx, Jeff Pulver, VoIP Pioneer and Co-Founder of Vonage, Jinius Tu, CTO of Aion, Jiangang Wu, Fusion Foundation Development Expert, Dr. Redouane Elkamhi, PhD, Associate Professor of Finance at Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto, and more.
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