Why choose SpiderVPN?

What’s a VPN?

VPN stands for virtual private network, which is used to browse the world wide web safely. When using your local ISP or a public connection, you are always prone to get hacked as the data transferred is never safe. All your confidential data may get compromised if you don’t use a good VPN. Through a VPN, you can access virtually any website all over the world, even if it is blocked in your country — more on its features below.

Why should one use it?

A lot of countries only allow users to view their content from within that country. You can use a VPN to bypass this and unlock any content from all over the world, even if it is geo-blocked by a country. This is one of the primary reasons anyone would get a VPN as many people watch Hulu, Netflix, the BBC, and many more channels from anywhere in the world.

Every day new ways are uncovered on how to steal someone’s digital data. This can also apply to hacking and listening to what requests you are making on the internet. With a good VPN, not only are your requests routed privately, but some VPNs also encrypt your data. This adds an extra layer of security.

Many ISP’s block certain websites from within a country or region, such as China has banned Google. These local ISP’s may also monitor and track your browsing activities which makes you vulnerable. By using a good VPN, you can easily mask all your browsing requests and browse the web anonymously. You can also access websites with a VPN that would be blocked by your ISP.

It is illegal to download torrent files in some countries, and even if it is allowed, your ISP may bottleneck or throttle the download speeds. By using a good VPN, you can achieve maximum download speeds without the risk of your ISP finding out.

Why choose SpiderVPN?

SpiderVPN is a versatile, reliable, and high-speed VPN that will cater to all your privacy needs with additional features that lack in other traditional VPNs. You can access any content you want with SpiderVPN at lightning-fast speeds.

You can use SpiderVPN via software-only or get the Lite or Pro router with a baked-in VPN. The software can work on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and on Amazon Fire devices. All the apps are ready to use. Just log in, select your country, and enjoy the seamless experience of SpiderVPN.

With the router plan, you can connect to 4 devices via ethernet cable and as many devices as you want via Wi-Fi. All the signals given off by the router will be via the VPN. SpiderVPN regularly releases firmware updates to bring the best experience to their end-users. The best thing is that the routers are plug-and-play. You do not need to be tech-savvy to get things running with SpiderVPN.

SpiderVPN has added 39 new locations with the latest update, which has totaled the number of servers to a staggering 49. It is possible there may be more locations added as you are reading this article.

Final words:

SpiderVPN is a proven VPN provider where some of our clients have reached speeds up to 700Mbps. We have an excellent support team that is available 24/7 to guide you if lost. Our basic package starts from only $2.67 per month with the 3-year plan. Get your SpiderVPN today!

About SpiderDAO

SpiderVPN provides a decentralized router-based VPN service for its users by using a dual-governance model which brings together hardware and software tools with on-chain elements. The team aims to build a new set of standards for Decentralized Autonomous Organizations to counteract the unfair distribution of voting power. Combining hardware safeguards and leveraging the Polkadot consensus mechanism, SpiderDAO establishes a whale-resistant mechanism while creating a highly scalable, interoperable, and stable governance system.

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SpiderDAO is the industry’s first hardware-enabled DAO that bundles multi-layered hardware and software tools on top of Polkadot. https://spiderdao.io

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