KELVPN: decentralized VPN on blockchain

Decentralized VPN based on our blockchain, built on the original CellFrame SDK framework.


Our advantages

  • Quantum-resistant cryptographic algorithms allow to add new algorithms on the fly or even use multiple algorithms simultaneously.
  • Thin VPN without a wallet, allowing to keep traffic anonymous and at the same time to authorize and pay for services in the usual user way (card)
  • An easy-to-use node allows a person without much technical knowledge to easily deploy VPN service on the simplest and weakest hardware and get income from providing the service to others.
  • A system of checks and orders makes it possible to regulate prices for services by market mechanisms. As well as seamlessly provide services to users, excluding long waiting times for service payment, especially in the periods of service prolongation. This system also gives many servers on the list, reduces the risk of service overload, and reduces the delay in the system.
  • The ability to run own VPN brand, using the network’s resources, and not worrying about the need to keep a staff of system administrators to maintain the servers, reducing its functions to marketing, accepting payments, and buying tokens.
  • Our developer-friendly CellFrame SDK lets make your own private blockchain solution based on our technology with minimal effort.
  • Open API for plugins, including Python plugins, for easier than the extension of node capabilities.
  • An open API for services that allows creating your own services sold via the blockchain. All you need to do is run a service, and the issues of accepting payments, their verification, and interaction with the client are already implemented.
  • Fast and well-optimized code in low-level C with optimizing assembler inserts makes it possible to run the software on absolutely any platform with minimal costs. It also maximizes energy savings, conserves the battery of mobile devices, and contributes to environmental protection in the case of large servers.
  • The Python version of the SDK enables application programmers to create simple and elegant solutions on our platform while maintaining high-performance C code that takes care of all the basic functionality, leaving Python to do only what the programmer wants to do.
  • Sharding and P2P inter-shard communication and the internal architecture of the node allow infinite scaling of the system.



Roles of Nodes

Description of the subchains


Plans for development

  • Anonymous transactions and built-in anonymous transaction mixer
  • Services for token exchange, data storage, source code storage, software releases, and many others
  • Integration of the CellFrame Dashboard super-application with network services, as well as with plug-ins and widgets
  • I2P-like multihop routing for multiple embedded connections
  • Hardware VPN clients
  • Additional tools to complicate traffic detection with AI powered DPI
  • Chats and video calls, both public free and corporate paid
  • Browser plugins for using the decentralized certificate storage and VPN services.




Decentralized VPN based on our blockchain, built on the original CellFrame SDK framework

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