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Messaging Apps: Where Cryptocurrency And Conversation Collide

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The global financial landscape is changing. Every day more and more people start using cryptocurrency. But as the popularity of crypto grows, so does the number of attackers preying on unsuspecting victims in the hope of stealing tokens straight from their wallets. In a world where user privacy and security needs have changed, the mainstream messaging apps are stuck in the past.

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Most of the messaging app market is owned by Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook). He owns both WhatsApp and 2000000000 users and Facebook Messenger with 1000000000 users. WhatsApp drew most of its base by promising security through end-to-end encryption, while Facebook Messenger promises strong privacy through user controls. However, industry experts have doubts about the ability of any of the applications to meet the stated requirements – Meta Platforms is known for its participation in many user data scandals. Given the company’s track record, it’s irresponsible to claim that any of its messaging apps are safe.

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The next popular messaging app is Telegram. about half a billion users. Although Telegram offers end-to-end encryption for private chats, this alone is not enough to protect. Telegram is popular among cryptocurrency enthusiasts who usually gather in large chat groups to discuss various tokens and investment strategies. Anyone who has participated in one of these groups knows that they are heavily polluted with scammers and bots. With real money, this is incredibly dangerous, especially for those who are new to cryptocurrencies.

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So far, no major messaging app has made its way into the cryptocurrency space. By not catering to cryptocurrency enthusiasts, these apps are turning their backs on the crypto community that has turned the two-cent bitcoin into one of the best-performing assets of all time. Millions or even billions of users around the world may be waiting to register with a messenger that takes cryptocurrency seriously.

This is exactly what we do with TokLok, the world’s first secure messenger using cryptocurrency tokens. With the needs of cryptocurrency investors in mind, we are the first to implement advanced security features that make it the most secure messenger in the world.

The first is the standard one – TokLok offers encryption, but goes far beyond that to ensure the privacy of correspondence. What makes TokLok unique is that it is a private messaging service, which means that users decide who can communicate with them. This is achieved through private chats, which give their hosts full control – only they can invite other users. This way, neither scammers nor bots can send unwanted messages, and hosts can restrict access to their conversations.

In addition, TokLok guarantees complete anonymity. Encrypted message content is automatically deleted, and TokLok does not collect or store any information about users or their correspondence. Together, these features ensure that only the target audience can read messages and participate in conversations. Whether messages are on their way to recipients or being read, they are protected.

We are also working on a feature that will allow users to connect directly, bypassing cellular or internet networks. This feature will use secure Bluetooth technology to create communication networks over long distances while maintaining TokLok’s current security features.

Although our application is already developed, we have decided to publish it through an initial coin offering or ICO. The sale of our TOL (ERC20) token will be used to fund the development of new features such as our secure Bluetooth mesh and to ensure ongoing security updates. There will be three token sale rounds in total, each selling the TOL token at a higher price than the previous one. The first round started off well, with almost 10% of inventory sold in the last few days. By providing what cryptocurrency users really need, TokLok will become not only the most secure, but also the largest messaging app in the world.



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