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The most secure messenger on the blockchain

Today, every person on earth who has a smartphone, tablet or laptop is the user at least one instant Messenger, and most of all – several. The number of active users the most popular instant messengers such as Facebook messenger or What’s App in 2017 exceeded one billion and continues to grow.

But how Secure is the communication? A basic level of security provide all the messengers, but they all, one way or another, forced to obey the laws of the countries where their headquarters. And often it’s a disaster for their users, for example, after Viber have moved their servers to Russia, intelligence agencies to access the communications of users, it was even easier than getting access to SMS-correspondence. In many ways, this may explain the sharp increase in the popularity of the messengers who claim that they are safe, especially in countries with autocratic regimes. A vivid example – Telegram, although, by default, it is not so safe (for truly secure communication you must activate a secret chat) but at the expense of the reputation of its Creator, and a colourful marketing campaign, the number of users is growing at a fantastic pace. And even in the case of other instant messengers, which are not so popular, but much more secure, as for example, Signal, or Ring, of the developers remains a certain amount of control over the actions and messages of users.


The creators are ADAMANT decided to approach the problem of creating a Secure Messenger radically. That is why the work of the messenger uses the blockchain, where are stored all the messages and the source code for the messenger data transfer Protocol and the blockchain are open for wide access.

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