Kee Jeffreys is the CTO of Session, a fork of Signal and an encrypted messaging app. Session is a private messaging app that protects your metadata, encrypts your communications, and makes sure your messaging activities leave no digital trail behind. In this conversation we covered encryption, privacy, encrypted messaging, their cryptocurrency Oxen, and the Proof of Stake vs Proof of Work debate. 

You don’t need a mobile number or an email to make an account with Session. Your display name can be your real name, an alias, or anything else you like. Session does not collect any geolocation data, metadata, or any other data about the device or network you are using. At launch, Session used proxy routing to ensure nobody can see who you’re messaging or the contents of those messages. Shortly after launch, Session moved to our onion routing system, which we call onion requests, for additional privacy protection.

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