Tag: Crypviser

The Future of the Crypviser Project

Recently, Crypviser finished up its ICO. The team released its stats, and overall they are incredibly impressive. Let’s take a look at how the ICO did and what Crypviser brings to the market. The ICO After a successful ICO, the Crypviser project has some great statistics to boast. Around 4.5 million tokens were sold during the ICO. By the end, there were 5.5 million CVCoins distributed to investors and bounty hunters. The …
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Crypviser’s Technologies Eliminate “State Trojan” (Bundestrojan) Threat, Sponsored by German Goverment

Last Thursday, the German parliament voted into law a bill that would allow the police and other government entities to hack into encrypted messaging services like Signal and WhatsApp during certain criminal investigations. The new law gives authorities broad access to users’ private communications, prompting increased concern over privacy issues. Under previous legislation, investigators could tap into a suspect’s SMS communications and regular phone conversations, providing that the alleged crime was severe enough. …
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Crypviser’s ICO Coming to an End, The Results Are In

A rather exciting project called Crypviser has its ICO -of its token CVCoin- coming to a close very soon. In fact, as of writing this article, there are only about one and a half to two days left. So then the results are almost entirely in, how did the Crypviser project fare? The Numbers Right off the bat it is pretty clear that there is a lot of faith in …
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This is a Reminder to Check How Well You Protect Your Data

The Blockchain brought many innovations to the world, but it is the innovations that are built on top of that which I find most interesting. One such movement is being championed by Crypviser for Blockchain encryption. The need to protect data Data is who we are. We are social security numbers, credit scores, and passport numbers. We are social media users, ecommerce consumers, and medical patients. To computers, to companies, …
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