RightMesh Decentralized Mobile Mesh Network Integrates Tenta Crypto Browser
RightMesh, a company that is currently building a decentralized mobile mesh network, has announced that it will integrate the Tenta privacy crypto web browser into its platform. The objective of this partnership is to enhance the accessibility to the internet, especially in areas that have an underdeveloped infrastructure.
The RightMesh mesh network relies on Android and IoT devices to perform the role of nodes and provide internet access in areas that were hitherto underserved. After the integration, Tenta users will easily share encrypted files with nearby devices without incurring data charges. Moreover, the data will not be sent to a centralized server because the two nodes share a peer-to-peer connection.
According to Jesse Adams, the CEO and co-founder of Tenta, both Tenta and RightMesh share common goals. The two companies intend to provide internet services that are not monitored or censored by governmental agencies. In this case, Tenta will leverage the RightMesh peer-to-peer mesh network to enable the seamless sharing of encrypted files between users. The sharing will be free of charge because it uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections.
The Tenta privacy browser is equipped with several security mechanisms, including the support for encrypted virtual private networks. As a result of this partnership, Tenta users will join the RightMesh network. The addition of more nodes in the form of Tenta users increases the speed, reliability and security of the RightMesh network. This means that people leaving in underserved locations will have access to the internet provided they have an Android phone.
John Lyotier, the CEO and co-founder of RightMesh, explained that mesh networks get stronger as more users join them. Therefore, the partnership with Tenta will bolster the network because it will bring in more users. John believes that the two companies can bridge the connectivity gap between the developing and the developed countries.
Tenta browser is a secure platform for accessing blockchain protocols, decentralized networks, DApps, and browser extensions that maintain high levels of privacy. The browser constantly updates its functionalities to conform to the evolving nature of the crypto space. Besides RightMesh, other blockchain integration partners to Tenta include MetaMask and Orchid Labs.