After many years of evolution, the Network has revolutionised the computer and communications world like nothing before; we became capable of interacting with anyone despite the long distance between us. It’s true that this made our way of life more comfortable, how much is its cost? Traditional end to end encryption protocol, rely on centralised servers that exchange encryption keys and broadcast communications through them. Hackers impersonate those servers by counterfeiting the real encryption keys with their forged ones, hijacking the connection. Blockchain-based communication, solve this problem by replacing the centralised servers with nodes, giving authority back to the people. For now, it is one of the emerging trends in both fields, since smartly automated ledgers can allow tracking activities of multiple IoT devices which can be managed and monitored by a smart contract code. Capital Technologies & Research’ CEO, Marinescu Adrian, relates “This project will redefine our vision about true privacy that can be fully trusted”. “We consider user privacy abuse serious and wide-scale violations of human rights and international humanitarian law. End to end encryption approach is that all data exchanged among parts are fully encrypted and deciphered only by parties; but in today’s available applications, all of this leverages on centralised solutions that can be seized and altered,” added Adrian. The blockchain is used as a bookkeeping platform or ledger that is incorruptible, enforces transparency, and bypasses censorship. By tackling issues of financial, political and institutional corruption, this has the potential to create massive social change—and significantly protect the human rights of every individual. According to the project’s technical white paper, encryption isn’t all in a conversation; the middleman is the primary concern because he is establishing links between parties. “We use the Peer to Peer (P2P) and blockchain technologies to eliminate the man in the middle attack (MITM attack) and metadata leakages”. “Public keys kept on the blockchain’s public ledger, cannot be altered by anyone, anywhere, and if someone tries to do so, the alteration gets dismissed”, related Victor Marinescu, the company’s CTO. The cost of the service is settled only by network nodes operators; users have to choose their communication lane according to their needs.