Proposal #8: Completely anonymous browser on the blockchain

[This proposal comes from @BorisSV46. To support this proposal, sign it by clicking the like (heart) button beneath this post.]

  • My idea is : In most cases, the browser is chosen based on the convenience and speed of operation, but recently the demand for security has been growing. As well as the growing number of users of browsers that have a reputation for being protected. The most famous and popular of them is Tor: a browser and a network that is implemented in a “bulbous way”.
  • What problem(s) it will address : 1. The browser must support all modern Internet technologies, since outdated technologies often carry serious security risks and are unreliable. Therefore, its version must be up to date.
  1. Browser-based VPNs and “incognito mode” can be useful, but you need to understand why exactly. They are sharpened for everyday tasks. To watch a movie on a foreign service - yes, anonymous surfing - no.
  2. You can’t be “a little anonymous”, but with browsers it turns out that way. Companies are willing to use “privacy” as a synonym for security and as a marketing ploy.

Google once said about incognito fashion that “private” does not mean “invisible” and it seems to me that this exhaustively describes the situation with anonymity and privacy on the Internet."

  • Who is the core user group for the dApp : Internet users. To begin with, those who are familiar with blockchain and encryption technologies. After the introduction of cryptocurrencies and projects to the masses of people, the user audience will increase to ordinary computer users.
  • How idea uses / benefits the HOPR protocol : All user requests to the servers and feedback responses will pass through the hopr traffic coverage system, which guarantees their anonymity and not the ability to track
  • What other projects / types of technology will be required for this idea: You will need backend and frontend skills to develop a browser

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