Eppie
Eppie
Encrypted peer-to-peer independent email
A privacy guaranteed by technology

Encrypted peer-to-peer independent email
A privacy guaranteed by technology
Eppie
Eppie – the first Web3 email
Eppie – the first Web3 email
Email companies own and manage your email data.
Today, email runs on the technologies created in the 80s. Mail, contacts, and attachments are stored on centralized servers often in an unencrypted form and belong to email services. Your personal data is accessible and can be easily analyzed in the interests of companies.
Email companies own and manage your email data.
Today, email runs on the technologies created in the 80s. Mail, contacts, and attachments are stored on centralized servers often in an unencrypted form and belong to email services. Your personal data is accessible and can be easily analyzed in the interests of companies.
Eppie returns your right to privacy.
The new decentralized email is free from intermediaries. Data exchange between mailboxes occurs through a peer-to-peer connection in an encrypted form. At all stages while an email goes to the recipient no one can read it. Everything is stored in a distributed network.
Eppie returns your right to privacy.
The new decentralized email is free from intermediaries. Data exchange between mailboxes occurs through a peer-to-peer connection in an encrypted form. At all stages while an email goes to the recipient no one can read it. Everything is stored in a distributed network.
ENCRYPTION BY DEFAULT
Elliptic curve cryptography
Eppie generates a BIP39 seed phrase when you sign up, which helps to create private and public keys. It secures all your emails using the ECDH protocol.

This encryption method is so secure that it will take 2048^12 combinations to unlock a seed phrase of 12 words. The most powerful supercomputer would spend billions of years attempting such a task.
EMAIL WITHOUT SERVERS
Distributed storage
The platform architecture is designed in such a way that it is impossible to read your information or block your account.

Encrypted data is fragmented and placed in a decentralized network, avoiding the servers of corporations that are overly addicted to analyzing your personal life to target ads.
ACCESS ON ANY DEVICE
Recovery by seed phrase
You can use Eppie as an email client on any of your devices. Regardless of the operating system, each email is automatically protected. Easily restore all your data and app settings with a single seed phrase.

Despite the different architecture, Eppie has full backward compatibility and easily works with any classic email account.
ENCRYPTION BY DEFAULT
Elliptic curve cryptography
Eppie generates a BIP39 seed phrase when you sign up, which helps to create private and public keys. It secures all your emails using the ECDH protocol.

This encryption method is so secure that it will take 2048^12 combinations to unlock a seed phrase of 12 words. The most powerful supercomputer would spend billions of years attempting such a task.
EMAIL WITHOUT SERVERS
Distributed storage
The platform architecture is designed in such a way that it is impossible to read your information or block your account.

Encrypted data is fragmented and placed in a decentralized network, avoiding the servers of corporations that are overly addicted to analyzing your personal life to target ads.
ACCESS ON ANY DEVICE
Recovery by seed phrase
You can use Eppie as an email client on any of your devices. Regardless of the operating system, each email is automatically protected. Easily restore all your data and app settings with a single seed phrase.

Despite the different architecture, Eppie has full backward compatibility and easily works with any classic email account.
STATE OF DEVELOPMENT
Current version supports copying mailbox contents from any third-party email provider to our secure distributed network
  • Your email on Google, Yahoo, or any other service is automatically downloaded to Eppie.
  • The data is encrypted via the secret key created by Eppie.
  • The encrypted data is stored in a private IPFS cluster.
  • From now on all incoming messages to connected email services will be automatically copied to Eppie.
  • Access to Eppie mailbox is available to the user through password or recovery key from any device with Linux, Windows, or macOS.
BECOME A PART OF THE PROJECT
Subscribe to stay informed and get to the beta and early access
BECOME A PART OF THE PROJECT
Subscribe to stay informed and get to the beta and early access
PROJECT ROADMAP
2022
2022
Q1
Closed alpha test
✓ Email client MVP
✓ PGP encryption implementation
Q2
Closed beta test (round 1)
✓ Mailbox backup
✓ Support for Windows, Linux, macOS
Q3
Closed beta test (round 2)
  • Creating decentralized architecture
  • IPFS integration for distributed data storage
  • UX development
Q4
Closed beta test (round 3)
  • Test launch of the decentralized network
  • Support for decentralized identifiers of W3C DID v1.0 standard
2023
2023
Q1
Open beta test
  • UI development
  • Integration of popular third-party web services: Twitter, WhatsApp, etc.
  • Support for contacts import
Q2
Open beta test
  • Support for Android, iOS
  • Integration of existing decentralized services: Matrix, Tox etc.
Q3
Open beta test
  • Platform goes open-source
  • Security audit
  • SDK release for developers
Q4. Public release
PROJECT ROADMAP
2022
2022
Q1
Closed alpha test
Email client MVP
PGP encryption implementation
Q2
Closed beta test (round 1)
Mailbox backup
Support for Windows, Linux, macOS
Q3
Closed beta test (round 2)
  • Creating decentralized architecture
  • IPFS integration for distributed data storage
  • UX development
Q4
Closed beta test (round 3)
  • Test launch of the decentralized network
  • Support for decentralized identifiers of W3C DID v1.0 standard
2023
2023
Q1
Open beta test
  • UI development
  • Integration of popular third-party web services: Twitter, WhatsApp, etc.
  • Support for contacts import
Q2
Open beta test
  • Support for Android, iOS
  • Integration of existing decentralized services: Matrix, Tox etc.
Q3
Open beta test
  • Platform goes open-source
  • Security audit
  • SDK release for developers
Q4. Public release
OUR TEAM
The project is developed by a team of professionals with experience in building distributed systems.
Anton Sarychev
Co-Founder & Senior Developer
Co-inventor and experienced developer of email applications.
LinkedIn
Valery Polyachenko
Co-Founder & CEO
Founder of Temsa, an app developer with over 20 mln. downloads.
Temsa
Anatoly Sevostyan
Co-Founder & CTO
The key developer of the private DeFi platform Beam.
Beam
OUR TEAM
The project is developed by a team of professionals with experience in building distributed systems.
Anton Sarychev
Co-Founder & Senior Developer
Co-inventor and experienced developer of email applications.
LinkedIn
Valery Polyachenko
Co-Founder & CEO
Founder of Temsa, an app developer with over 20 mln. downloads.
Temsa
Anatoly Sevostyan
Co-Founder & CTO
The key developer of the private DeFi platform Beam.
Beam
Eppie
Register code 14376163
Tartu mnt 13
10145 Tallinn Harjuma
Phone: +372 646 0004
Email: contact@eppie.io
Contacts
© 2022 Tuvisoft OÜ
Eppie
Register code 14376163
Tartu mnt 13
10145 Tallinn Harjuma
Phone: +372 646 0004
Email: contact@eppie.io
Contacts
© 2022 Tuvisoft OÜ