Guns & Butter
2021-01-06 09:03:00 UTC
This regards easy and secure Bitmessage, a free and open-source
Bitmessage is a anonymous, decentralized messaging protocol with a slick
desktop interface reminiscent of Usenet. It's sort of a cross between
usenet, reddit, gnutella, and picture boards.
Bitmessage enables secret, encrypted communication that is immune to
government surveillance and censorship resistant. When you send a
private message it cannot be intercepted or stopped. To stop Bitmessage,
the government would have to turn off the Internet.
Other messaging services rely on a single, central server that can be
taken down without notice. Bitmessage is distributed among many peer
nodes all around the world, eliminating the single point of failure.
With all the big tech censorship lately, don't trust your communication
to a single point of failure. Try Bitmessage.