The internet, reborn.
the internet borderless, accessible and free.
Mysterium brings together developers, entrepreneurs and projects all making the internet blind to borders.
A handful of corporations, with their privately owned servers, power the web for everyone. Governments deny entire populations of their basic human rights, such as freedom of information, speech and the press - with the flip of a switch.
We believe the internet should be publicly owned infrastructure. Mysterium Network powers censorship-resistant apps and platforms, so we can create a new online standard; surveillance-free communication and open access to the web for all.
Though the greatest invention in modern history, the internet is becoming increasingly fragmented, controlled, censored and broken.
Our Builders and Collaborators
The Mysterium ecosystem is made up of different companies, initiatives and projects all working together to build a better Internet for all
Decentralisation in a box
Integration with a plug-and-play hardware device that simplifies bandwidth mining and puts blockchains in the hands of every day people.
Two worlds collide
A UX collaboration between the familiar & the new.
A small step for dapps, a giant step for mass adapption.
A Top Ten Dapp
Thousands of monthly active users, connecting to tens of thousands of residential IPs, via a global, P2P bandwidth marketplace.
Grow your business with unlimited access to an ethical, portable proxy network to call your own
Monthly Traffic Served
Active Sessions Daily
Designed as a censorship-resistant layer of the internet, the network is untouchable to governments and corporations. It uses powerful encryption and protection mechanisms to secure every user.
MYST acts like digital fuel, powering various functions and apps, while keeping the network safe from things like DDoS attacks. Just like other crypto, MYST is censorship-resistant by default.
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