This is an approach to a fully transparent, but highly secure and anonymous blockchain "internet".
Why the internet is not enough
We know that ISPs, governments and big data collection firms just love snooping on and storing our traffic for God-knows-what. Sure, you may not think you care. That is, until you’re surfing information on a personal medical condition or advice on teen pregnancy. Whose business is that? That information is always useful to someone, which is why they want it and keep it. Forever. ~ TipTopSecurity.
As a young enthusiastic developer, I am very convinced that the lack of privacy and anonymity in today's Internet, as well as its monetization, should be addressed. When I first met internet restrictions on one of my vacations and not even my VPN provider was able to help I struggled looking for a solution. Luckily, TOR helped me out this time. But, it won't every time. And when I took a second look at its concepts, I wasn't 100% convinced.
Therefore, I ran home and created a blueprint. A draft. I'd love to share my idea with people around the world at this point. Because as more and more people will join in it will gain in security, privacy and trust. I am sure.
The idea was to never leave a secure (and anonymous) network at all. This way TLS could even be expanded to an end to end encryption. And in my very personal opinion it's not a shame to be transparent. Everything belongs to everyone. Sharing is caring.
Information wants to be free.
This project is licensed under the terms of the Apache 2.0 License.