dVPN is a VPN driven by independent people

dVPN (decentralized VPN) is a peer-to-peer network of independent computers operated by ordinary people like you and me. These computers serve as gateways into the unrestricted Internet. Once you’re connected to dVPN, you no longer connect to Internet services directly. Instead, it looks like you’re connecting from one of the many computers around the globe.


dVPN and regular VPN compared


  • Traffic is passed through independent peer-to-peer network.
  • IPs are mostly residential, which are harder (or impossible) to block (censor).
  • Harder for country firewalls to make a decision to analyse traffic as it looks like a regular p2p traffic.
  • No-logs policy enforced by technology, rather than human-beings.

Regular VPN

  • All your traffic is passed through servers of single company.
  • IPs are always the same and known to Internet services. Easy to censor/block.
  • Easier for country firewalls to make a decision to analyse traffic as it’s known to be a VPN traffic.
  • No-logs policy: black-box, as no-one knows if company or employees are collecting your data.

Stop Internet centralization

As centralized VPN providers are getting bigger and bigger, enormous chunk of Internet traffic goes through their servers and it’s up to them what they do with this information.
“No single company should posses such huge power.”
This is NOT how the Internet was intended to operate. Our goal is to stop Internet centralization into hands of few.

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