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Kelvpn.com – Free blockchain VPN for beta testers

Tags: , , , , Date/Time: April 18, 2020 @ 12:37 pm, by Jon Biloh

Kelvpn.com sent in an interesting and unique submission recently for their Blockchain VPN service which is currently free to all testers. We thought this would be a great offer to feature because it is very different than much of what we focus on here at Low End Box!

Here’s what they had to say: 
“We’ve launched a beta test of a decentralized VPN on a blockchain secured with quantum-safe encryption. All the code is on the GitLab. We’re looking for beta-testers, people who can help us test and polish the technology.

Anyone can launch a node and use the network for free similar to torrenting applied to your Internet channel (this feature will be available in 2-3 weeks, for now, you can use our servers for free, all the links at the end of message). KELVPN is the first solution on Cellframe, service-oriented blockchain platform. We’ve been building it for 2 years (blockchain platform + VPN solution), everything is built from scratch, we don’t use IPSec or any other public protocols.”

  • Traffic allowance: unlimited for bet test
  • Locations offered: the Netherlands, Singapore (10 more locations are coming next week)
  • Payment Options: free
  • Refund Policy: —

Beta test instructions: https://medium.com/@cellframe/your-invitation-to-kelvpn-beta-ad6b1085b43a
GitLab: https://gitlab.demlabs.net/cellframe
Demo video: https://youtu.be/yTJir4VCK7g
CEO telegram account to ask questions: @yardy
Let us know how the service works by leaving your thoughts in the comments below.

 

8 Comments

  1. Awesome!

    Love what you guys are doing.

    April 18, 2020 @ 3:37 pm | Reply
  2. gera:

    When I connect (account works on web dashboard), nothing happens. It just sits there. The logs are not in the users folder as the documentation states but in public instead C:\Users\Public\Documents\KelvinVPN\log

    [04/18/20-14:28:00] [DBG] [] [MW] btLogin()
    [04/18/20-14:28:00] [DBG] [] Send command “connection” params: QJsonObject({“action”:”Connect”,”address”:”157.245.155.242″,”password”:”scaryfact90″,”port”:80,”user”:”kelvpn@netsecured.info”})
    [04/18/20-14:28:00] [INF] [] [MainWindow] State Login Connecting
    [04/18/20-14:28:00] [DBG] [] Call stateHandler QJsonObject({“state”:”false_to_true”,”state_name”:”session”})
    [04/18/20-14:28:01] [DBG] [] handleError
    [04/18/20-14:28:01] [WRN] [] QJsonObject({“error”:{“code”:-31000,”message”:”Login not found in database”}})
    [04/18/20-14:28:01] [DBG] [] Call stateHandler QJsonObject({“state”:”false”,”state_name”:”session”})
    [04/18/20-14:28:01] [INF] [] [MainWindow] State Login Begin
    [04/18/20-14:28:01] [DBG] [] Send command “get servers list”
    [04/18/20-14:28:01] [DBG] [] emit sigAllStatesIsFalse signal
    [04/18/20-14:28:01] [DBG] [] Updating servers list

    April 18, 2020 @ 4:31 pm | Reply
  3. James:

    No configuration or apk is available for Android.

    April 19, 2020 @ 7:47 pm | Reply
  4. Zek:

    The password has a special character.

    Ubuntu app login error: Incorrect symbols in request.

    April 23, 2020 @ 2:10 am | Reply

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