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Mail service empowered by blockchain tech
One of the first tools to build a new networking experience that has it all — it’s anonymous, secure, stable, cheap and fast
Now supported:
Our solution guarantees strong end-to-end encryption for fully confidential peer-to-peer communication on your smartphone app. Enjoy maximum speed and affordability without compromising your privacy.
These days the biggest danger of storing data are the servers owned by corporations that can use the data as they wish.
With Qamon, you can communicate securely, solve business issues, and share diverse content without fearing leaks or data breaches. Enjoy peace of mind and uninterrupted email exchanges.
Qamon, guys!
What really bothers all of us
Enjoy the familiar experience of using email, now with the added security and reliability of blockchain technology.
Full mail functionality
It takes 10-15 seconds to send a message
It is impossible to hack from the outside
End-to-end encryption
Sending one message is 10,000%+ cheaper than a transaction in Ethereum
Reasonable price
Try fast and secure QAMON mail now
How It Works
Create a wallet address in EVER Wallet or Venom Wallet
Deposit some EVER or VENOM tokens on your wallet balance
Wait until your account will be topped up
Connect the wallet to the service
Start using email
Be cool
New features.
Coming in 2023
Q1 2023
  • Mobile app
  • New blockchains integration (TVM <=> EVM)
  • DeNS (human readable domain names)
  • Web3 <=> Web2 Gateway
Q2 2023
  • Private secure notes
  • Drafts
  • Text editor upgrade
Answers to some common questions
What is Qamon mail?
Qamon mail is the Email Solution for anonymous and encrypted wallet-to-wallet communication.
How and why we cannot even read user's email? Are there any ways for the system developers to read someone else's mail?
No one but the recipient of the message can read the content, because each message is encrypted one-way for the end user. No one else has the same key to decrypt it.Messages are encrypted on the sender's computer and enter the network already encrypted, and only the recipient can decrypt it on his computer. Cryptography is so arranged that only the recipient with the cipher can read this message, there can be no other loophole mathematically.
What kind of blockchain is under the hood?
Qamon mail utilizes Venom and Everscale blockchains under the hood, read more here:
Who can receive emails sent through the Qamon platform?
Users with either a Venom or Everscale wallet