Existing System Gaps - Existing centralized VPN services have several significant flaws, namely lack of transparency. These services are structured to keep users locked into the service in monthly or yearly contracts. Beyond that, they are subject to breach as users' payment information is often kept on file in unsecure centralized data storage. Boring corrects this with blockchain payments that can be processed per second and weighed by the amount of data utilized. The closest competitor is also a decentralized solution, Orchid Protocol, built on the Ethereum blockchain and plagued by the network issues it inherits from it. Also, the payments of a single public blockchain with no direction to mixing services can, at some point, lead to censorship of particular public addresses. Boring Protocol removes this issue by adding private payments using services such as Lava Cash. Allowing other network currencies to fund a payment wallet will further minimize the inconvenience.