Decentr Web3 Browser
Decentr is a WEB3 browser that is based on Cosmos but is truly chain agnostic. While browsing you can choose to share your data - generating PDV(Personal Data Value) and be able to earn $DEC coin. It includes defi features (staking, p2p lending), dVPN, Adblock, Publishing portal and AI chat - all payable by $DEC as well.
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What Decentr is all about?
Browse to earn - and use your data as a payable value
Data you generate on Decentr will contribute to your PDV(Personal data value) and will reward you in $dec coin.
Own your personal user data
Secure tools and privacy
Browser comes with built-in dVPN and adBlock. Decents is fully private and will never collect data without explicit consent.
Own your personal user data
Exchange your data
Defi features - truly chain agnostic
Easy staking using Decentr browser and p2p loans that depend on your PDV. Support of multitude of wallets and chains.
Exchange your data
Grow your exchange rate
Internal explorer and swap
All transactions, validators, blocks on explorer and swap between erc and cosmos based $dec coin
Grow your exchange rate
Make payments cheaper
Multiple inside features
Internal wallet, AIchat, dPortal (Publishing platform); Future integrations of intechain swaps, dCloud and more
Make payments cheaper
Our solutions
Decentr Windows Browser
Decentr is a browser with unparalleled speed, security and utility. Included in the browser release is VPN and Adblock.
Decentr Mac Browser
Decentr is a browser with unparalleled speed, security and utility. Included in the browser release is VPN and Adblock.
Decentr Linux Browser
Decentr is a browser with unparalleled speed, security and utility. Included in the browser release is VPN and Adblock.
Decentr Android
Download Decentr for Android so you can browse right from your smartphone.
Decentr iOS
Download Decentr for iOS so you can browse right from your iOS device
Blockchain Explorer
Decentr Blockchain Explorer combines all the important information related to our blockchain activity.
  • DVPN integration
  • Update of chromium versioning
  • Archway Listing
  • Alter integration
  • PDV reinvented
  • Data brokers integration
  • ios and android DVPN integration
  • Oraichain integration
  • Jackal integration
  • AKASH integration
  • Ads implementation in dHub
Our partners
Where to buy/trade
Tech integrators
Token economy
Meet Our Team
We never stop!
Nikita Anikeev
Nikita Anikeev
BSc (ITC) (Telecommunications Engineering), City University, NYC. Experienced Project Delivery Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in Mobile Applications, Enterprise Web development, Project management and Crypto.
Rich James
Rich James
BA (Hons). Blockchain, Crypto, AI and Business and heterodox economics writer and editor. Experienced technical, wireframes and UI/UX specifications and conceptual and H2020 bid writer. Professional Blockchain/Crypto, AI and business writer and editor for UK/EU universities.
Hleb Ioda
Hleb Ioda
Highly skillfull Blockchain DevOps (Hyperledger Fabric, R3 Corda). More than 10 years experience with DevOps including AWS deployments and Ethereum contract deployments.
Alexander Khomovnenko
Alexander Khomovnenko
Senior Software Engineer
7 years experience in software development, including sophisticated finance applications. Project experience in domains, including Finance, Media & Advertisement, Healthcare, eCommerce. Lead tech role in 3 successful startups (Web3 Finance, Digital asset management, Media & Advertisement). People management up to 12 engineers, supervision of distributed teams (3 locations). Establishing development processes from scratch on a team level.
Andrei Schneider
Andrei Schneider
Solution Architect
Highly experienced with high load applications and services in the area of blockchain. Previous work includes architecture development for Juno (Part of Gett taxi, Uber’s main competitor, at its peak servicing 100k+ riders a day in NYC alone). Single-handedly developed and maintained blockchain gambling platform with media ( Experienced with golang, microservices, clickhouse, scylla (cassandra), mongoDB, postgres, tarantool, nsq, prometheus, consul, ansible, docker, bash, droneCI.
Vladislav Mikitich
Vladislav Mikitich
Senior Backend Developer
Worked as technical lead on big data projects, including marketing platforms with high level of data storage/ transfer. Technical lead for backend handling multimillion daily requests (voice and text recognition) from translation mobile apps. Tech Lead in a team working on storage in blockchain gambling platform with media ( Experienced in both C++ and GoLang, microservices, event sourcing, postgres, redis, zeroMQ, kafka, prometheus, docker, gitlabCI, python.
Leigh Enright
Leigh Enright
Support Engineer
Background in support engineering working in a variety of different industries.
Alexey Strokin
Alexey Strokin
Software Engineer
Mobile Software Engineer with more than 10 years hands-on experience. Advocate of automation and optimization.
Mark Glinnik
Mark Glinnik
System Analyst
Specialist with more than 5 years of experience in system and business analysis. Former Head of Business Analysis at one of the leading companies in the affiliate marketing industry. Experienced with crypto, investments, affiliate marketing and gambling domains.
Evgeni Maliukov
Evgeni Maliukov
Product Designer
Cross-platform, multidisciplinary digital product designer with a diverse background across research, design, branding and communication and more than 10+ years of experience. Have been working with lead IoT, telematics and fintech companies and startups creating user-centred products that are both functional and aesthetically appealing.
Denis Babich
Denis Babich
DevOps Engineer with 9+ years of commercial experience. Extensive experience in network configuration and maintenance, as well as continuous integration and delivery. Key skills: deployment automation, cloud-native apps and distributed software.
Alexey Palto
Alexey Palto
Software Engineer
5 years experienced Android developer.
Frequently Asked Question’s
Frequently Asked Question’s
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  • What is Decentr?
    Decentr is an intuitive Web3 blockchain/metaverse browser and custom blockchain that securely stores user browsing data as part of a user’s Decentr ID (DecID).
  • Why is a Decentralised Browser Important for Web3/the Metaverse?
    Our decentralized blockchain browser allows users to access and retrieve data across multiple partner chains. This means our Web3/metaverse browser (we call the ‘metabrowser’) is for Web3 and the metaverse what Netscape was for Web2 – a foundational Web3 and metaverse solution that supports mass adoption of multiple, integrated technologies to create the Metaweb.
  • Why is the Decentr Metabrowser Important for the Metaweb?
    Decentr creates a seamless, decentralized, user-centric experience for Web3 and 3D/AR browsing to be used on mobile and desktop metaweb navigation. The bottom line is, if the public cannot access Web3/the metaverse then public adoption will be slow and a fully integrated Metaweb will not happen. We are changing this.
  • Who Are Your Metaverse Partners?
    We are in talks with many potential metaverse partners to be first movers in integrating their spaces into an interoperable metaweb. Our key partner is – they are an open source (most metaverses are closed source) metaverse with big plans for public adoption of their lands and attractions via the metaverse browser they are helping us build.
  • What Project Milestones Have Been Achieved To Date?
    We have launched our production version browser for Mac, Linux, Windows and Android beta, with over 50,000 subs in just 4 months. We have integrated with IBC Cosmos as key technology for not only the 'internet of blockchains' but also our joint broader goal of the 'metaverse of metaverses'.
  • What are the Browser Benefits?
    Our browser not only stores but also values user data securely as part of users’ DecID. This gives users complete control over their Web3 data and metadata, who they choose to show it to and what they do with it.
  • What are the Economic Benefits for the User?
    Because user data is securely valued, a proportionate value of this data is returned to users in Decentr’s native token $DEC, directly into a user's dWallet each month. The dWallet is integrated as part of a user’s account.
  • Why is the $DEC Token Unique?
    DEC is one of only a few tokens with intrinsic value because it is based on a digital asset – data. Secure data is valuable and our Defi features let each user benefit economically from this value as determined by their PDV. The only way to access these features is $DEC, giving our native token enormous utility.
  • What is PDV?
    PDV functions as a ‘personalized’ exchange rate that allows users to gain economic benefits based on the value of their data, as determined by their PDV rate.

    As with any ‘exchange rate’, the rate increase is determined by demand for the underlying ‘currency’ – in the case of PDV, the underlying ‘currency’ is the data that users generate as they browse the web and metaweb. This creates a true, user-centric data currency and economy.
  • How does a User Increase Their PDV?
    A user’s PDV increases through positive engagement, reuse and exchange of their data across the decosystem and the metaweb – in other words, a user is rewarded for browsing the Web as they always do.
  • What are the Future Plans for PDV?
    The long-term vision for Decentr is to allow users to sell their individual data via a data exchange to interested parties. But even leading data based projects, such as Ocean Protocol, recognise this is still a very early stage market. Decentr has partnered with Ocean protocol to develop their shared vision of data as currency.
  • How Does PDV/Data Benefit Users Now?
    While the gap data sale gap is being bridged, Decentr has designed an alternative method to incentivise users:
    As users interact with the Decentr ecosystem their PDV grows in value. Decentr currently provides a pool of 300 000 DEC rewards each month. Decentr will take the total PDV difference over the course of a month for a user and distribute a reward in DEC from the rewards pool, proportional to their share of overall PDV.
  • How Does Decentr Value User Data?
    The Decentr browser and custom blockchain values and stores user data securely as part of their Decentr ID (or DecID). Data is valued on Decentr in two ways:
    1. By way of determining intrinsic data value within the decosystem – in other words, what data is being generated, reused and exchanged that has maximum benefits for the decosystem and platform.
    2. The value of data as determined by our data market partners/the wider data market.
  • Does Decentr’s Competition do anything Similar?
    No. The Decentr mainnet browser is the first (and currently only) ‘natively’ blockchain aware web3 browser. Our vision is for Decentr to be synonymous with crypto itself, the crypto browser of choice and the first step to entering the crypto ecosystem and the metaweb for any new user.
  • What does ‘Natively’ Blockchain Aware Mean?
    Existing browsers, like Chrome and Firefox, interact with web3 via extensions and are obviously not natively blockchain aware. Even the current crypto browser of choice, Brave, is not an actual web3 browser and uses ERC20 to connect to a centralized wallet provider in Uphold (this is past their somewhat shaky token utility and incentivisation model).
    The Decentr browser now changes all of this and, as a result, our short term adoption and user acquisition strategy is based on the crypto ecosystem itself.
  • What is the Decentr Mainnet Built On?
    Our mainnet is built on the Tendermint/Cosmos SDK and, as such, offers many of the features of the underlying tech stack, most importantly, cheap and fast transactions – critical for a project such as Decentr where microtransactions for the transfer of data and payments form a majority of the transactions on the network.
  • Does Decentr’s Mainnet Operate on a Delegated Proof-of-Stake?
    Yes. As per other Tendermint/Cosmos deployments, Decentr’s mainnet operates on a delegated Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. This means there are a series of Decentr nodes that will power the blockchain/network and users will have the ability to either create their own Decentr node, or delegate their stake to an existing Decentr node and earn network rewards as a result.
  • What is the APR on Network Rewards?
    The APR on network rewards is currently ~20%. By creating a Decentr node or delegating your stake of native DEC tokens towards a node, you will not only be earning these network rewards, but also helping support and decentralize the Decentr blockchain and ecosystem. Even better, DEC token holders who wish to delegate their stake to a Decentr node can now do so directly via the Decentr browser.
  • What is Your Overall Metaweb Vision?
    Currently, there is no single metaverse: what currently exists is a collection of isolated proprietary centralized metaverses. Our aim is to integrate these disconnected metaverses as interconnected/interoperable ‘spaces’ to create the metaweb. These will conform to uniform Standards & Practices (S&Ps) within a single, decentralized metaweb.
  • How does the Decentr Browser Achieve this Integration?
    We like to use this analogy: in the same way our blockchain browser integrates partner blockchains to create a foundational Web3 solution it also functions as a metabrowser to integrate partner metaverses into a single interoperable metaweb.