Protecting your privacy is important. Crypviser’s blockchain-based secure communications network can be used by individuals and companies alike to keep financial conversations private.
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Keeping Your Private Info Private
Whether you’re an experienced trader, newcomer or casual investor, communication is one of the keys to success in the cryptosphere and in most markets. Being able to bounce ideas off your peers, comparing data and strategies and getting new information is essential. Although traders user multiple IM apps like Telegram, Slack and others to communicate, these are less than optimal.
Protecting your privacy is important, and it is even more so when it comes to your financial privacy. Although there is information you are comfortable sharing with your trading buddy, this information can cause you problems if it lends on the wrong hands, depending on the content of the conversation.
As so, protecting your messages and consequently your finances becomes a top priority. Especially in the crypto world, where once your coins are gone they can never be returned like fiat currency in PayPal for example. Due to their decentralized nature, cryptocurrency transactions are 100% irreversible.
What Happens on Crypviser, Stays on Crypviser
So, how can you go the extra mile and ensure that your information is safe? If you’ve been in crypto for a while, then you probably know that blockchain technology has far greater applications than just value transfer allowing new systems to be built and to improve on legacy infrastructures. This is exactly what Crypviser is doing.
Leveraging the transparent and decentralized nature of the blockchain, Crypviser is building a decentralized and secure communications network that can be used by individuals and companies alike. This network is fully encrypted, counting on an authentication model allows users to identify themselves and confirm each other’s identity through blockchain transactions.
The end result is a secure and private messenger that can be used for all types of communications, including the most sensitive information, allowing you to migrate completely to Crypviser or to use it only for top-secret stuff like finance-related conversations. Secure communications can also be extended to the outside world through the use of the OpenWorld feature provided by Crypviser
Not only does Crypviser improve on privacy, it also brings an important element to the Instant Messaging by incorporating CVCPay, a transaction system within the chatroom, allowing you to make direct transfers to or to tip your contacts anonymously with the Crypviser token, the CVCoin.
Crypviser ICO & CVCoin
The CVCoin is required, not only to use the CVPay feature but also to interact with the Crypviser platform which requires transactions to authorize and identify the users’ access to public encryption keys. This method ensures that messages cannot be read or forged by unauthorized parties, including the developers of the application.
In order to ensure a fair distribution and to fund the development and marketing of Crypviser’s network, an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is currently taking place until June 30, 2017. Users have the opportunity to send BTC, ETH or USD in exchange for the CVCoin.
So far, the Crypviser ICO has managed to gather over $900,000. These funds will be used to cover mobile, backend, and infrastructure costs as well as licensing fees, legal services, operational costs, and of course, marketing.
Is Crypviser be the next step in for secure financial communications? Share your thoughts in the comment section.
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