Gateway to
Global Access

BelNet is an encrypted connection to the device and network through the internet.

What is BelNet?

BelNet is a dVPN service that helps to mask your IP address and also allows the user to surf the internet in a secure way. It is a second layer of the internet and open source software. The IP address hops from node to node, and a unique IP address will be routed to the clear net from the exit node.

How BelNet Works?

Normal VPN and the internet

A VPN conceals your IP address by functioning as a mediator and rerouting your traffic. Traditional VPN technology is primarily used to set up fixed bridge connections by using a permanent IP address and routing your device's internet connection through your chosen VPN's private server rather than your internet service provider (ISP). So that when your information is sent to the internet, it comes from the VPN rather than your computer.

Belnet anonymizes the internet

BelNet is a DVPN that is an upgraded version of VPN and is used to rectify VPN network technology limitations. It is a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) service that uses decentralized encryption tunnels to distribute web traffic. BelNet's server networks are not centralised, and users have complete access to their data and personal information.



  • Sybil attack resistance
  • Low latency
  • Router List consensus
  • Native UDP routing
  • Native Decentralized Name System
  • Incentivized network structure
  • Speed


  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Decentralized

  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • High

Tor (The
onion routing)

  • Partially

  • No
  • Centralized (Directory Authorities )

  • No
  • No
  • No
  • Low

I2p (The Invisible
Internet Project)

  • No
  • No
  • Decentralized (DHT)

  • Yes
  • No
  • No
  • Low

Other dvpn

  • No

  • No
  • Decentralized

  • No
  • No
  • Yes
  • Moderate

Road Map


Belnet initial release - Q3
  • Deploy belnet on testnet

  • Setup Exit nodes

  • Belnet Alpha release

  • Belnet Android app release

Belnet Desktop and BNS - Q4
  • Belnet webpage launch

  • Belnet Desktop Apps for linux and windows

  • Beldex name system(BNS)

  • Belnet documentation

  • Beldex Browser development Begin


Belnet Ecosystem phase 1 - Q1
  • Beldex search engine on Belnet

  • Beldex email service

  • Belnet Desktop Apps for macOS

Belnet Ecosystem phase 2 - Q2
  • BNS marketplace

  • Implement Domain transfer

  • Beldex browser Beta release

Belnet Ecosystem phase 3 and
Browser extension - Q3
  • Browser extension for chrome and firefox

  • Online gaming

Belnet Ecosystem phase 4 - Q4
  • Beldex Anonymous git application

ExitNode Setup Guide

You can set up a dedicated BelNet exit node by following the guide in the link below

MNApp Hosting Guide

Setup your privately hosted MNApp by following the guide in the link below

Exit Node by Contributors

A comprehensive list of all the exit nodes hosted by our contributors around the world


What is BelNet?

BelNet is an anonymous internet ecosystem that offers an onion routing protocol based VPN service, Beldex Name System Domains (yourname.bdx), and allows you to host unstoppable web applications called MN Apps.

What can I do with BelNet?

You can surf the internet anonymously with the help of BelNet exit nodes and host BelNet applications using a example.bdx domain.

How is BelNet different from traditional VPNs?

BelNet is decentralized and doesn't store information about the origin of your traffic on centralized servers.

How does BelNet work?

Belnet is an onion routing protocol which allows for users to form tunnels or paths through a distributed network, using multiple nodes as hops to obfuscate the destination and origin of data packets. Network traffic is routed through Master Nodes on the Beldex network that operate via the Low Latency Anonymous Routing Protocol (LLARP), forming a fully decentralized overlay network, called Belnet.

What are MNApps?

MNApps are private, secure, and hidden web applications.
MNApps are analogous to Tor's hidden services(MNApps are similar to hidden services in Tor; they are hosted on servers by users.), and typically appear in the form of internet addresses ending in.'bdx'. Whenever anyone accesses a MNApp through belnet, the anonymity of both the user and the server is preserved by belnet's onion routing protocol.
This means MNApp operators can publish content without worrying about having their privacy or anonymity jeopardized, and users can access it with the same peace of mind.