Tagged: encryption

Tide Foundation Co-Founders Yuval Hertzog & Issac Elnekave Address Privacy Profitability, Marketplaces and Mass Blockchain Adoption

Tide Foundation just launched a data marketplace aimed at making privacy profitable. Tide’s blockchain protocol seeks to address costly GDPR compliance, compensation and data accuracy issues to drive a new consensual data economy. “While we all deserve a human right to privacy, we’re witnessing the disastrous results of… Read More

Project Sierra Launches Kickstarter Campaign: Devise Allows Anonymous Internet Browsing

Simplified Network Solutions has launched a 30-day crowdfunding campaign to raise $150,000 on Kickstarter to seek funding for its network encryption device, Project Sierra. This device will protect a consumer’s personal information online and allow them to browse the internet anonymously by concealing the local IP address… Read More

Encrypted Email Service ProtonMail Soars Past $160,000 Campaign Goal

Just a month after its launch, Switzerland-based encrypted email service ProtonMail, which says it is “NSA-proof,” has signed up 200,000 users for their service. Not only has its platform has been successful, its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo has already surpassed its $160,000 goal within three… Read More

Want 5% of MySecureZone Encryption Company? Just Hack the Company’s System

Crowdfunding on Indiegogo, Hungarian company MySecureZone is launching a hacker challenge in conjunction with their fundraising campaign.  The company is inviting people to hack their system to read an encrypted email.  If successful the grand prize is 5% of their startup company. MySecureZone has created… Read More

Oustered Business Insider CTO Pax Dickinson Crowdfunds For New Project

Pax Dickinson had a bad week. Dickinson was the CTO of popular news site Business Insider. It turns out that over the years he has amassed a collection of posts on Twitter that some found offensive, and it seems it finally caught up to him… Read More

Hemlis Builds Out Team, Outlines Encrypted Messaging App

A while back we reported on Hemlis, a messaging app Edward Snowden would appreciate. The team behind the app has kicked operations into high gear after their successful crowdfunding campaign, and they recently took to their blog to share updates with backers. Development on an… Read More

Send this to a friend