Swiftcoin Encrypts Mail, Makes Every Sender Unique Every Time

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The privacy of data sent via email is in serious doubt. In the past 12 months, the firm Proofpoint has found that 44% of American companies suffered a breach of confidential data sent by email. Part of the solution is the Swiftcoin application, developed to transmit encrypted mail and payments. The Swiftcoin e-Wallet provides instant, encrypted and anonymous mail without using “@” Senders and receivers are not identifiable by name and communication content is stored only on the user’s device. The Swiftcoin server has no records.

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