This Decentralized Messenger Claims to be Quantum-Resistant

This Decentralized Messenger Claims to be Quantum-Resistant

There’s a new decentralized messenger app on the market called xx messenger. Developed by cryptographic pioneer David Chaum, it claims to be resistant against quantum decryption. “The question is when, not if, quantum computers will enable governments to decode communications already collected from popular messaging apps. Messages sent from now on over any other messenger will be easily retroactively decoded and analyzed by artificial intelligence. However, xx messenger is built on the only quantum-resistant blockchain (xx network), so all of what you say in xx messenger will remain private.

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  • Andrew:

    This is intriguing, and likely the inevitable application of blockchain technology to secure communications. That said, for most of us, no one cares what we text. If we are the target of active monitoring, this comes a little too late. If one is entering a profession where communications have to be secured, one will not be permitted to use a third party security solution. As for the rest, assuming that this works as advertised, then it’s probably simply a matter of time until this solution comes to a device near you.

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