With the Wireguard option it probably would be, but I wouldn't trust a VPS for anything that requires a high
level of security. Since it's a VM, you have no way of verifying the security of the system running the VM. Whatever security measures you do (firewall, grsecurity, FDE, strong passwords/keys, etc.) can all be circumvented if someone has root access to the host server. Plus, VPS bandwidth tends to be fairly limited/expensive in some regions. Probably enough for one person though.
Also, sometime soon we'll add Wireguard to all our servers.
I'd recommend waiting for that, but if you require more immediate traffic obfuscation than OpenVPN's --tls-crypt provides (what our ECC instances use), I'd say go with streisand. That setup does offer more obfuscation methods than we currently do.
But after or during our wireguard implementation, we'll most likely be adding extra obfuscation methods to our setup, so you could just wait for that as well.
FYI, online.net, OVH, oneprovider.com, and kimsufi usually offer very cheap 1gbps dedicated servers in France and/or the Netherlands.
At the moment https://oneprovider.com/dedicated-servers/paris-france has a 2.5gbps one for €11/month, and
https://www.online.net/en/server-dedica ... t-2-s-sata has a 1gbps one for €9.99/month.
With those, you wouldn't have to worry about the security issues that a VPS has since they're dedicated servers.