ProtonVPN is a relatively new VPN in the market but it does seem serious about online security and privacy. One great thing going for this VPN is its privacy-friendly location in Switzerland, which guarantees protection from government surveillance. Its Secure Core technology effectively hides user IP by passing traffic through multiple servers. While Proton supports bitcoin and utilizes the powerful OpenVPN, the slow response times, inability to unblock Netflix, and its support for only one device at a time can be a bit frustrating. While PureVPN is also not dependable for geo-spoofing or bypassing formidable firewalls such as those in China, this client has a wide range of protocol options, a sprawling network of servers, and comprehensive and reliable customer support. PureVPN however has some connection and DNS leaks problems, but it lives up to its claim of being one of the fastest VPNs on the market.