Blockchain start-up Proemtheus building decentralized email for total user privacy

Proemtheus, a project which is developing a fully decentralized email system to offer users total control and privacy with the email accounts to be detached from any network, distributed to the user and all communications will be person to person.
The platform has services catering to individual users as well as developers and service providers, thereby taking all players in the ecosystem into account. As Proemtheus works on creating a secure, private communications platform, it has begun its crowdsale involving its native PMTP tokens.
Right now, most users trust their email account and communicate mostly using free service providers, which operate using centralized infrastructure and resort to user mining. The number of email users worldwide is estimated at 2.7 billion in 2017, with consumers having an average of 1.8 accounts per user.
The founder of Proemtheus Project, Andrei Dora describes the service offered by the platform saying,

“The big question is: would the user trade his online intimacy for the cost of a subscription? This is what free email is proposing. Proemtheus will be the email of choice since it brings user independence: restore user control and direct user-to-user exchange. But evenly important will be the platform for developers and service providers, since these members of the community will further develop services. Thinking of the crypto currency community I am astonished that until now they mixed the spirit of Bitcoin with the unreformed email of today.”

The Proemtheus decentralized email project aims to restore control to the user by removing them from the centralized networks. The peer-to-peer nature of communication ensures that the users’ account is always under their sole control. Once the platform is fully operational, the service will offer features such as a fully threaded mailbox, fast answer, group decision, click-to-go automation, templates and much more yet to be announced.
With regard to security, the service will be immune to ransomware, offer encrypted and fragmented data storage, and will allow the user to indicate the apps that can access his data. The personal cloud service will be the user’s personal HDD, coming online whenever required, even when the computer is turned off. Users can also provide email, storage, and VPN services for others – thus being service providers. The platform will be open to all developers, and they will be able to provide pay-per-use software access.
The service providers and user-shared storage services, powered by PMTP tokens play a major role in the overall growth of the community. Funds raised will be used to support the development and the launch of the project.

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