60 Days of the Impervious Browser (Alpha) in the Wild ๐ŸŽ…๐Ÿผ๐ŸŽ„

60 Days of the Impervious Browser (Alpha) in the Wild ๐ŸŽ…๐Ÿผ๐ŸŽ„

The Peer-to-Peer internet is winning, with the Impervious Browser now live in over a 100 countries! We're experiencing rapid week-over-week growth and adoption throughout the world.

Team Impervious would like to extend a special thank you to early adopters, whose enthusiasm and continued feedback enabled the team to push seven version updates in under sixty days!

The Impโ€™s Song:

๐Ÿ‘€ Impervious Browser is Now Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux!

๐ŸŽฅ Imp provides the highest resolution and most secure consumer video calls in the world

๐Ÿค P2P streaming, uncompressed, unthrottled, max-resolution video

๐Ÿ” E2EE, unencrypted data never leaves a device, with user-controlled encryption keys

๐Ÿ•ต๐Ÿฝโ€โ™‚๏ธ Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) - All messages and communications via the Impervious Browser are cryptographically authenticated and signed with your private key. Say goodbye to applications requiring users to provide their phone numbers, email addresses or state issued ID. DIDs place users back in control of their identity and privacy.

๐Ÿš€ Blast off with a new zero-fail application launcher, that makes it easier for anyone to start using the Impervious Browser.

โœ… Check for weekly auto-updates.

๐Ÿฆ The browser makes it easy to associate your Twitter Handle and DID - remain discoverable, while preserving the privacy of your messages, calls and data.

A recent Twitter poll found that 94% of respondents want Elon Musk to augment Twitter with the P2P internet standard, moving all private communications traffic and signaling off platform, so they occur P2P, in efforts to ensure user privacy.

Fusing Twitter with Impervious would enable functionality closer to โ€œWeChat,โ€ without surveillance, censorship or centralized control.

Impervious Founder Chase Perkins and Robert Breedlove Discuss โ€œThe End of Digital Tyrannyโ€

The Discussion Catapulted to the Top 3 All-Time Watched Episodes on the What is Money Show (125k+ View in Two Weeks)

The conversation captured the importance of the P2P internet at this critical moment in time.

โ€œWhen you control your identity, your data, your communications, payments and livelihood, you are not dependent on anyone. You can be more optimistic because you have optionality, and you cannot be coerced.โ€

Successful release and adoption of the Impervious Browser has demonstrated that there is no tradeoff between privacy and performance with the P2P internet standard. Providing tools that enable individuals to control their identity, data, and communications empowers them to stand up to surveillance capitalism and oppressive actors.

The past sixty days have shown a profound demand for permissionless platforms and user-controlled communications systems.

Check Out Ian Majorโ€™s In-Depth Impervious Browser Product Guide

โ€œItโ€™s vital that we consider self sovereignty in terms of not just money, but data, identity, digital communications, and more.โ€
โ€œVery Impressed! This has been a long time coming and Impervious talked a very big game for a very long time, but they have now backed that up and delivered something truly special.โ€

Matthew Kratterโ€™s Trader University Captures the Significance of the Impervious Browser's Native P2P Tools

โ€œYou can stream bitcoin via lightning during video calls, via end to end encrypted messaging, or from the dashboard.โ€
โ€œThis is an amazing tool. When you download the Browser and look at all of the functionality, I think that youโ€™ll be impressed.โ€

A Lightning Round with Kevin Rooke Strikes at the Importance of P2P Communications and Defeating Censorship

โ€œIf you donโ€™t need intermediaries to have a great user experience, then why am I compromising my data to begin with? What unique value proposition do they have?โ€
โ€œIf youโ€™re streaming content, as an educator or anyone else, anywhere in the world, you can enjoy borderless and permissionless streaming payments. That is a whole new economy.โ€

All four podcasts above address the significance of the Peer-to-Peer internet and how you can harness the freedom-tech tools built into the Impervious Browser.

In our our next newsletter, we will discuss major Impervious product developments and provide additional tutorial videos. Until then, connect with us on the Peer-to-Peer internet and tell us how you are using the Impervious Browser!

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