Blockchain for Business

Ever since the Bitcoin’s conception in 2009, it has caught the attention of eagle eyed speculators, traders, and users. While its practical and business implications were always there, for a long time the tokens -Bitcoin- themselves seemed to be the most valuable to people. It is still true that the tokens are worth owning and trading along with many other altcoins, but the true revolution Bitcoin brought to us was the Blockchain.

Recently more business ventures and countries have investigated how the blockchain would help them, but we are a long way from widespread adoption. Businesses really need to consider how the implement Blockchain technology into their day to day if they wish to stay relevant.

Blockchain backed messaging

One area of business that may benefit the most from the blockchain is messaging. Information security is paramount for many -if not all- businesses. Yet, even with such importance ascribed to its safety, the way in which businesses store and secure their information and correspondence can be woefully inadequate or dangerously outdated.

The use of unencrypted devices, compromised devices, or compromised networks is a real possibility for businesses that take only minor precautions when it comes to information security. For instance, any company that has workers remote in without a VPN could leave themselves vulnerable to an attack. This is because even though their business connection may be secure, the security of the network on which the employee is working remotely may not be. While there are secure messaging apps that some people use, very few of them are implemented on a business wide model.

The benefits of using Blockchain technology for business communications is very apparent here. Messages can be authenticated and verified as having come from one person and sent to another. There would be no way to fake an account, nor would there be a way to intercept the message, manipulate it, and send it on its way. The nature of the Blockchain also means that man in the middle attacks would be protected against as well. The only person who would be able to see the message would be the sender and the intended recipient.


This is where a service like Crypviser comes into play. This is a Blockchain backed, cross platform app for social and business communications. Its application goes beyond just messaging. Voice calls, video chat, and group versions of all of these are also well protected.

Not only is it blockchain backed, but Crypviser also has clever and proprietary algorithms mean that authentication keys remain uncompromised at all times. The encryption goes even further than just protecting the messages, Crypviser’s security extends to local files on the device as well. What this means is that all communications and files associated with those communications are safe. In short, both files and communications would be safe from physical damage and/or malicious software.

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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post and not investment or trading advice, always do your own independent research.