The Internet is made up of many components. The most significant are the Internet protocols, which help in the real-time transmission of information from one end to the other. The TCP/IP networks are the Internet protocols we are familiar with. It is also through those networks that the activities we partake in over the Internet are facilitated. Therefore, it may not be out of place to posit that Internet protocols like TCP/IP are the lifeblood of web-based communications.

If there were to be no issues, then it means that a system may not be functioning as it promised to do. There ought to be some challenges along the line. The same is true of the TCP/IP networks, which serve as the current Internet protocols.

The first challenge centers on the low efficiencies and security vulnerabilities tenable in the TCP/IP Internet protocols. It is important to point out that the Application Layer of those networks (being the HTTP), lacks the relevant security tools needed to secure both the web-based platform and the users. The other is the Internet Layer called the IP, which can be easily traced. The third is the constant delegation of the three-way handshake mechanism (TCP), which often leads to wastages of bandwidth, as well as the surfers/Internet users’ time.

These problems and many more should not be allowed to continue because they undermine the potentials of the Internet. When people are no longer safe to make use of the Internet, it becomes imperative to make use of a system like the Tachyon Protocol to resolve those challenges.

Tachyon is a blockchain-powered Internet protocol. The primary is to change the ways TCP/IP networks have been functioning. As it proposed, we would now be able to surf the Internet without hassles and without security threats provided we make use of the Decentralized Internet Protocol called the Tachyon Protocol.

You want to make an honest analysis and comparison of the Tachyon Protocol and what we already had in the TCP/IP Internet Protocols. The properties of the platform (the Tachyon Protocol) as shown below, would guide you on all you need to know about using a decentralized Internet protocol.

Security is always the Number One feature that must be considered before deciding for or against making use of a platform. On that note, how secure is the Tachyon Protocol? The Tachyon Decentralized Internet Protocol is much secured courtesy of the dedicated security protocol that uses the ECDHE-ECDSA asymmetric encryption to protect the users. The security protocol also disorganizes available data by adding more random data. It is also responsible for reconstructing the security of the blockchain network upon which it is based.

All the financial transactions in the Tachyon decentralized Internet protocol ecosystem is powered by the IPX Token. As the native cryptocurrency of the network, the IPX Token would be used for many purposes, such as trading on other digital assets, incentivizing the community of users, as well as storing value.

The IPX Token has many uses cases, as far as the Tachyon Decentralized Internet Protocol is concerned. The following are some of the roles played by the IPX Token in the Tachyon Protocol ecosystem:

The conventional wastage of bandwidths is now in the past because the IPX Token empowers you to make use of it in sharing your bandwidths. The idea here is for holders of the token to delegate their excess bandwidths to other users who may be in the need of it.

The IPX Token can also be used as a means of transacting in the broader Tachyon Protocol ecosystem. It is important to point out that the token is designed in a way that it can also be used as store of value whereby you can use it to trade alongside supported digital asset pairs, as well as use it for making and receiving payments in the ecosystem.

It is no news that many people are worried about the security of centralized networks. With the news making the rounds in many places, it is obvious that the security of centralized platforms, as well as the users, is not guaranteed.

Therefore, the Tachyon Booster UDP (TBU) is a dedicated attempt at ensuring the security of transactions made via the decentralized architecture provided by Tachyon. More so, it is now easier for Internet users to take advantage of the network provided by Tachyon.

When using the Tachyon Booster UDP (TBU), you can be sure that your security is guaranteed. Second, it combines UDP, DHT, and the blockchain technology to reconstruct and remodel the traditional TCP/IP protocol. It also makes use of real-time routing to achieve about 90% connection success, as well as a significant improvement in the transmission status, which is now geared to attain between 200 to 1000% transmission acceleration even in centralized networks.

You may be wondering if it is possible to bring the blockchain technology to bear in the current and traditional Internet protocols. The fact is that it can be difficult considering that both are different and it takes some technicality to make them work.

That is the idea behind the Tachyon SDK. The work of the SDK among many other things is to make it easier for Tachyon to deploy and integrate its decentralized Internet protocol. In addition, the Tachyon SDK comes with customizable modules and standardized API, which are designed to simplify the process of integrating and deploying its decentralized Internet protocol for many use cases.


With the way the current Internet protocol (TCP/IP) is working, it can be challenging to discover the source of traffic or the regions where more people tend to come from to visit a web-based platform.

Having a good understanding of that makes it easier for the platform’s owner to be able to dictate the source of traffic that is more profitable than the others are. It also helps to checkmate the incidences of hacks and other cybercriminals because the source of traffic will be immediately detected.

The Tachyon Anti-Analysis (TAA) works in a unique way. It ensures that tracking the sources of traffic is easier. It is important to point out that it is a security strategy mapped out by the Tachyon Protocol. It implements the Multi-Relaying and the Concurrent Multi-Path Routing as its strategies to counter traffic monitoring.

That way, it be challenging for third parties to discover the sources of traffic to platforms that are making use of the Tachyon Protocol. It also takes the notch further by deploying more active nodes on the network, which makes it difficult for third parties to interpret the entire network.

With all those features (and many more) in motion, it will now be easier for everyone using the Tachyon Protocol to enjoy maximum security. It also comes in handy in increasing the trust of the users.

Sometimes, Internet connections tend to fail. When that becomes the case, it is usually difficult to figure out the source of the connection failure. Traditional Internet protocol like TCP/IP has not been able to come up with the tools to checkmate the declines in Internet connections.

What if there was a way to find out the Internet network that is not performing as expected? What if you can find it out in real-time and take steps to fix it? You may never be able to do that via the conventional TCP/IP Internet protocol. That doesn’t stop you from taking advantage of the tool offered by the Tachyon Protocol.

The Multi-Protocol Smart Circumvent Scheme is a dedicated attempt by the Tachyon Protocol to reduce the difficulties experienced when looking for challenges in Internet connections. In this instance, the Tachyon Protocol delegates its tools to identify the networks that are problematic. It also looks at the current networks that are working and uses those to keep the Internet connectivity active.

There is no denying that using the Internet at this time may not be possible without getting into the threats posed by the traditional Internet protocols. More so, it may not be possible to enjoy uninterrupted Internet usage without falling prey to the antics of the cybercriminals.

Now, the role of the Multi-Protocol Smart Circumvent Scheme from the Tachyon Protocol is designed to make things effective. In this instance, it will be less stressful because the scheme is designed to look for effective ways of protecting the broader Tachyon Protocol.

By simulating the entire feature of the Tachyon Protocol, the Scheme will be able to simulate the entire properties and features of the Tachyon Protocol as a way of concealing the information transmitted therein. It also makes it easier to facilitate more prevention of third party incursions into the information transmitted via that medium.

It is important to point out that aside from the Multi-Protocol Smart Circumvent Scheme brought on by the Tachyon Protocol; it is also possible to reduce third party incursions into transmission of information via the network.

In this case, the Tachyon Protocol delegates the ECDHE-ECDSA End to End Encryption models to work on that. By the formulations, this encryption method stalls all the attempts by Relays, which are looking to intercept messages in the network.

First, the ECDHE-ECDSA End to End encryption takes up the roles of preventing the two (2) major security threats that are faced by traditional Internet protocols. These threats are:

The Man-in-the-Middle Attack (MITM) is a security threatening situation whereby a cybercriminal (an attacker) alters or manipulates the information between two or more parties. The idea is to “twist” the information in a malicious way while making it look like it was sent by the parties involved.

Now, the ECDHE-ECDSA End to End encryption is designed in a way that it becomes intermediary in the entire communications going on in the broader Tachyon Protocol. Among many other things, it ensures that the identities of the parties are confirmed via the ECDH before any communication is transmitted. That way, it will be difficult for an attacker to gain access into or manipulate the information transmitted via the network.

Worthy of mention is that the entire process may not be possible if there are no private keys that are compromised. Therefore, the Protocol and the users need to be sure that the private keys involved in the transmission of information are not compromised or are not manipulated and gotten access to by third parties.

Network Sniffing means that an attacker or a cybercriminal can be able to intercept the data and analyze the same. Such inordinate and manipulative tendency can be solved via the use of the ECDHE-ECDSA End to End encryption.

The future of the Internet is getting better. From the TCP/IP protocol that has been in use for many years to the decentralized variation created by the Tachyon Protocol, it is obvious that the Internet is getting better by the day.

Moreover, the usage of the blockchain technology by the Tachyon Protocol is an added advantage. It helps to simplify the process in a way that we can now be able to communicate and search/obtain information at the speed of light and without bothering about the risks of getting into the hands of cybercriminals.

When you make use of the Tachyon Protocol, you can be sure that your surfing of the Internet will get better.

Now that the TCP/IP Internet protocols are being remodeled via the blockchain network, you may want to be among the first sets of Internet users to make use of the Tachyon Decentralized Internet Protocol to enjoy uninterrupted and secure Internet access.

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