A frequent question we get from developers building with XMTP revolves around user attitudes towards privacy. We believe you might find the statistics on this topic quite surprising.
The essence of end-to-end encryption is its neutrality, ensuring that no entity - be it companies, cybercriminals, or governments - can access private communications.
GEC is a global network that supports strong encryption and which advocates against the rising legal threats to privacy and encryption worldwide.
Catch up on the latest developments surrounding legislation that might impact our privacy rights.
At XMTP Labs, we staunchly oppose measures that jeopardize privacy and encryption. Privacy is a fundamental right.
We’re cheering on companies and products like Skiff with demonstrated impact towards a future where our communication is private by default without sacrificing accessibility and user experience.
On September 27, crypto industry representatives, advocates, and founders, including XMTP Labs Co-founder Matt Galligan, gathered at Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. for "Stand with Crypto Day".
At XMTP Labs, we are on a journey to redefine the landscape of decentralized, secure, and portable messaging.
I joined because I strongly believe that owning your data is critical in safeguarding your autonomy, privacy, and personal freedom.
Anyone in the world can now send free global payments with a private and secure text message. This is just the beginning of individuals having more control, privacy, and ownership over their assets, identity, and now communication.