How can we make the Internet Borderless? Web3 powered by P2P

Only a quarter of the Internet’s users today have complete, open access to it. Most worryingly, internet shutdowns are on the rise, with oppressive regimes controlling access to freedom of speech, the press and information online. This censorship threatens democracy, denies human rights and fuels global inequality.

Mysterium is an open-source protocol making a borderless, censorship-resistant layer of the internet. The global and permissionless network functions similarly to Tor, but with incentivisation built-in. It's made up of everyday web users who effectively "lend their digital freedom" by sharing their residential IP addresses to those in need. This is just one example of how we can elevate the power of community and P2P technologies to democratise the web, making it secure and accessible for all.

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