Skrumble Network app simplifies peer-to-peer communication

Skrumble Network (SKM), a communication-centric public blockchain that simplifies the way people contact and contract, has announced the global Beta release of its first dApp — Ally — on iOS and Android, the company said.

Currently centralized in Beta, and soon to be decentralized in September 2018, Ally is the first of its kind, multi-purpose mobile media and communication application that enables users around the world to communicate freely, anonymously, and securely.

Unlike Facebook, Telegram and WeChat, the new dApp is powered by the Skrumble Network public chain, and therefore uses community-owned storage with no centralized servers. This ensures that no external entities have the power to censor, block or manipulate any data.

Skrumble is a new, innovative public blockchain that is uniquely optimized for secure communication-centric connections and transactions, decentralized applications, and offers a communication layer for developers to build into any application. With no middle entity or centralized server host in between to censor, block or manipulate any data, Skrumble Network´s blockchain and decentralized applications aim to be a catalyst for data privacy and help to truly democratize communication on a global scale. For more information, visit https://skrumble.network/.