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ySign, Decentralized Messenger App Based On Blockchain Technology, Announces TGE

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ySign, Decentralized Messenger App Based On Blockchain Technology, Announces TGE

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ySign announces their upcoming decentralized messenger App based upon blockchain technology, pleased to announce their upcoming token event to begin 21st March 2018. ySign, the new messaging application aiming to revolutionize modern communication, is pleased to announce its impending token generation event (TGE), which is set to commence on March 21st, 2018, and to conclude on May 4th, 2018..

Making use of the revolutionary blockchain technology, whose mass adoption is becoming increasingly popular, ySign is poised to bring about radical changes in the way people approach interpersonal communication and data sharing through digital media. This move, alone, makes ySign a benchmark-setting app, as it introduces a novel application of the blockchain technology to the mainstream market, making it available to the billions of users who have so far spent significant time and resources in their effort to protect their communication data from being accessed or controlled by anyone else other than themselves..

Using blockchain technology, we ensure that ySign users enjoy the highest level of security and privacy during their communications, allowing them to connect with each other and share information freely, and, above all, safely.”. In lieu of storing data in a centralized server, which is the most commonly used method of relaying communication data nowadays, ySign protects users’ privacy by using NEM blockchain technology to carry and distribute messages through decentralized file sharing..

What’s more, the  ySign  application itself does not collect users’ personal information, seeing as how only a username and a password are required for app registration, as well to access users’ individual, securely-stored data on the ySign app blockchain. Users will be able to choose between their username or ID address to be shown in their in-app communications, with their messages and data are stored on their personal ID address alone; while they further have the option of storing their messages on their phone, and delete them at any given time..

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