Impervious.ai Releases the Highly Anticipated Impervious Browser 😈
Dallas, Texas – October 19, 2022 – Impervious Technologies Inc. (Impervious.ai) today released the Alpha version of the highly anticipated Impervious Browser.
The Impervious Browser is a portal to the Peer-to-Peer (p2p) internet standard. It allows individuals to regain discretion and control of their data, identity, communications, and payments. It consists of a privacy-focused web browser that offers a suite of peer-to-peer tools for communications, data transport, and Bitcoin Lightning payments.
“Over the past twenty years, we’ve seen a great consolidation of the internet, providing end-users with fewer options and practical alternatives to big tech’s services,” said Chase Perkins, Founder & CEO of Impervious Technologies Inc.
“Once you realize third-party intermediaries are not only unnecessary for video calls, messaging, file transfer and collaborative workspaces, but also perform better and offer greater security without centralized platforms, you begin to see a viable future that’s less dependent on big tech.”
The Impervious Browser is Zoom without Zoom, WhatsApp without WhatsApp, file transfer without Dropbox, Google Docs without Google. All with Bitcoin Lightning payments built into the rails.
All features are end-to-end encrypted and are built on a data transport-agnostic decentralized communication network. There are no centralized intermediaries to collect or sell data. Users have full discretion over the path of their data and communications.
“The Imperious Browser represents a watershed moment signaling a directional shift to return power to the individual on the internet—a bright future where the user is no longer the product, but the beneficiary of the internet’s promise,” said Christopher Calicott, Managing Partner at Trammell Venture Partners, an investor in Impervious.ai.
Impervious Technologies Inc. (Impervious.ai) is the creator of the Impervious Browser, a privacy-focused web browser that offers a suite of peer-to-peer tools for communications, data transport, and Bitcoin Lightning payments.