Note: If the Honeygain Windows/macOS application shows that the Content Delivery not available, it does not mean that our application is not sharing your internet bandwidth. Our application still shares your internet bandwidth and you earn credits for that. It means that the feature is not working due to certain reasons. You can read more about the Content Delivery below.
Content Delivery is Honeygain's latest feature, allowing users to share their internet connection for bandwidth-intensive content such as images, videos, audio, heavy websites, IPTV, VoIP, etc.
Since Content Delivery utilizes users' network connectivity for bandwidth-intensive content, it requires stable network connectivity. Content Delivery is available on Windows and macOS devices running the latest version of Honeygain since both Windows and macOS devices have a more stable network connection than mobile Android devices.
In order to be able to opt-in for the Content Delivery, your device will also need to be connected to the network with a compatible IP Usage Type, which is either ISP or MOB. You can learn how to check what Usage Type is your IP here.
However, it is not available to all countries yet. At the moment, Content Delivery is available in Spain, Italy, Romania, Portugal, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Mexico, Argentina, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Finland, France, Germany, India, Switzerland, Singapore, Japan, South Africa, Turkey, Ireland, Brazil, Austria, the Philippines, and the Netherlands. More countries to be introduced with time.
Furthermore, there is a limited number of devices that can share internet bandwidth through Content Delivery at the same time.
Credits for Content Delivery will be calculated based on the number of minutes, hours, or days that the desktop device will be connected to the Content Delivery’s Servers. And, for every hour connected, you will be rewarded with 6 credits. As the feature is in Beta right now, any desktop device that is connected to the Content Delivery's Servers will receive 10 credits/hour.
You can read more about Content Delivery on our blog post here.