No new messaging platform founded these days would be anything other than e2e encrypted. (So how is this targeted at ‘ultra- privacy conscious’ consumers?)
This project appears to be closed source.
Their marketing says that they promise to not sell your data. I don’t see any attempt to prove that they can’t do so.
Not sure if you all missed it, but that article is over three years old. It was published on 10/16/2014.
The e2e encrypted chat has a subscription model. I wish this were the private communication platform it claims to be. The closest we have now is keybase, which is not optimal either
A subscription model itself is not bad. But if they are selling themselves as a private communication network, it’s strange that the only privacy friendly piece is the one that costs extra.
I’m interested in your opinion on the deficiencies in keybase. What features would you change or add?
If I were to introduce keybase as a communication platform for my less tech interested friends and family, it would have look more like what MeWe looks like. A chat/social network/shared photos.
man tim what happened