Leading anonymous and decentralized messenger, Speek, goes viral in Russia, a growth trajectory that has sparked the messenger’s massive recognition. The platform went viral in Telegram groups and growth hasn’t slowed down since. The platform’s popularity has resulted from the growing surveillance and censorship that keeps people from accessing information. Using Speek messenger ensures people have access, all done anonymously.
The decentral messenger has become quite popular since it is the only messenger that doesn’t use any server. This means that messages exchanged through Speek are not stored; they just flow from person to person. Speek routes messages through Tor, guaranteeing security and total anonymity to users. Speek messenger makes it that no IP can be traced to the user, and people don’t need a username or phone number to use the messenger. These features have made the platform quite popular, leading to mass adoption in Russia. “The app allows for complete privacy and data security”.
Initially compared to Telegram, Speek quickly set itself apart with its unique features. Unlike Telegram, Speek doesn’t require a user’s number and has no servers. Speek messenger also uses end-to-end encryption, while Telegram doesn’t use a standard encryption method. To use Speek, people are identified using public keys that they can share with others and create contact lists.
Speek is also an open-source community project that is entirely free. The messenger gives people the digital freedom they long for but cannot find with other platforms. On the Speek app, people can freely express their freedom of speech and communicate freely without worrying about data privacy and security. “Nobody can to intercept your messages. The messages are only temporarily stored on your device. When you close the Speek app, all your messages are deleted. It is like talking in real life. Nothing is saved.”
As the platform continues to experience massive growth, the creators are working on improving secure and decentral ways of communicating. Speek is already a go-to for people looking for this flexibility, and the messenger is exploring more ways to grant users digital freedom of speech.
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