Swiftcoin Hides Meta Data and Messages from Prying Eyes

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Unlike Gmail, Yahoo and many other applications that use @ and are easily intercepted by prying eyes without a user’s knowledge or consent, the Swiftcoin application, featuring military grade encryption, relies on math puzzles to ensure nobody is aware of what a user is thinking, reading and writing online. Swiftcoin enables users to change their “from” address every time they send mail and every time they receive it. Welcome to the deep Internet, where Swiftcoin is the coin of the realm. Swiftcoin communications and payments are sent without metadata, making it nearly impossible to identify the sender and receiver. SSL and encrypted email is a good idea but will not protect a user’s privacy if snoops have a back door key at the server. Swiftcoin, built by former military coders, is any user’s best ally in the struggle against an Orwellian police state.

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