What is Orchid (OXT)? Back to list

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Jan 20, 2023 a 14:22
Orchid is a blockchain-based platform that provides users with decentralized access to virtual private network (VPN) services. The primary goal of this platform is to enable users all over the world to circumvent corporate or government censorship in order to access Internet services freely and privately.
Orchid has a pool of connectivity providers that can direct user traffic to achieve this goal. The platform compensates these providers with Orchid (OXT) tokens in exchange for the services they provide. These tokens compensate providers for directed traffic as well as the energy required to handle this traffic securely.
Orchid is a protocol developed by a large group of experienced developers. Jake S. Cannell, Justin Schick, Jay Freeman, Greg Hazel, Jennifer Rodriguez-Muller, Eric Howe, Brian J. Fox, and Dr. Steven Waterhouse are among those named. Since 2017, when the project was founded, all of these developers have pooled their resources to investigate Internet censorship. After two years of hard work, the Orchid network was launched in 2019 and the project's whitepaper was published. Orchid has evolved into a decentralized private browsing network with financial incentives and hotspots all over the world since its inception.

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