Loki Foundation

Secure communications for everyone

Loki Foundation’s purpose is to build open-source, metadata-free communications tools and apps that defend privacy in the digital world.

On Thursday 5th March, Head of Communications Lucy Lovegrove and business intelligence analyst Johnathan Ross had the opportunity to represent The Loki Foundation at Crypto and Blockchain 2020 and Beyond, a crypto and blockchain fundraiser in Melbourne. The event was organised by Blockchain Australia, who invited The Loki Foundation to showcase Session, our newly-launched blockchain-based messaging platform.

The 2020 Data Privacy Day theme is #OwnYourPrivacy, perfectly in line with the Loki Foundation’s mission to empower individuals, organisations, and groups with tools and education to get them started towards better privacy.

Start your journey to #OwnYourPrivacy now with our 9 tips for staying more secure, private, and anonymous online.

Data Privacy Day 2020 #OwnYourPrivacy Loki Foundation Champion

Loki Foundation Projects

Loki is a privacy network which will allow users to transact and communicate privately over the internet, providing a suite of tools to help maintain the maximum amount of anonymity possible while browsing, transacting and communicating online.
Session is an end-to-end encrypted messenger that removes sensitive metadata collection, and is designed for people who want privacy and freedom from any forms of surveillance.
Privately Access Censorship Resistant Websites. Routing in Lokinet doesn’t rely on any single server making it resilient to attack. Internet service providers can’t block access to your websites on Lokinet.