Decentralized, peer-to-peer, secure communication system for humans and machines


The purpose of Streembit is to create a free, secure, decentralized, peer to peer, open source system that secures your real time communication. You can have as many accounts on the permissionless Streembit network as you want. To use Streembit no registration, no email address, no personal details are required. Instead of using centralised corporate clouds, Streembit runs on a community driven, decentralized, P2P overlay network. Our system aims to implement a strong security that keeps your real time data (live video chat, audio calls, text chat, file transfer) and your communication with Internet of Things devices safe from cyber criminals, industrial espionage and patrolling government agencies.

Follow this web site to explore where decentralized, peer to peer technology can take us. Please let us know how to improve the system and what features you would like to see in Streembit.
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P2P Vocabulary

Getting to Grips with Peer to Peer (P2P)

P2P | Peer 2 Peer | Peer to Peer ! It’s probably about time to do a refresher on what P2P means to Streembit and this whole peer to peer term so we can better understand what we mean and how it is reflected in a number of different... [Read More]

Streembit 2020

Users increasingly seek security

Those of you who have been following us at Streembit for the last 4+ years will know where our interest lies with regards to secure IOT and P2P. It has been heads-down getting the development done since then but it occurs to us now that when we look back on... [Read More]

Automotive industry

Powered by Streembit

We have started to work on automotive industry use cases. Check out other open source projects I have contributed. You can contact me at if you have any questions or... [Read More]

Mitigate DDoS attacks with P2P

P2P networks make DDoS attacks uneconomical

The enormous power of the September 2016 cyber attacks paralyzed the Internet along the US East Coast. The attack created problems for Internet users and afflicted an array of sites including Twitter, Amazon, Tumblr, Reddit, Spotify and Netflix. It was an extremely large and unusually distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack designed... [Read More]