Cryptohippie VPN review
Over the years, we have seen all sorts of VPNs. Some of which offer great features at high prices, others which offer the bare minimal for overly high prices. Some which are free and others that are just straight up mysterious. Cryptohippie is one of those mysterious VPNs, which are not very transparent about how they go about things. Let’s see the good, the bad and the ugly of this VPN.
This is a very simple, OpenVPN standard technology with a small server network in just one country, the Netherlands. Cryptohippie appears to be less than honest about the technology of its server network and other claims.
Allegedly, the service began way back in 2007, but management claims it has been around since back in 2003. The CEO himself claims to be a well-known author, but cannot be found in a Google search, according to some passionate critics. Cryptohippie Management is based in the USA and the server network in the Netherlands, which is a little weird. The service appears to have many similarities to another VPN service, such as Xerobank.