Status instant massaging app privacy set to be the best in the world

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Instant massaging App privacy is very important as it protects users from data harvesters. Status is a fully decentralized open source app that rides on the Web3 browser via the Ethereum ecosystem. The peer-to-peer messaging application comes with its native crypto wallet.

Privacy for Status is very important; it supports iOS and android which are the most popular operating systems across the globe. Recently, the messaging service provider was updated to run Whisper protocol through Waku.

Need to relook at instant massaging app privacy

In a recent survey by PwC, 85 percent of respondents felt that they are better off working companies they can trust with their data. 85 percent said they are comfortable when they have control over their data. The current COVID-19 pandemic has companies and governments up to their game on personal data privacy.

Decentralized Apps (dApps) and Web3 have a solution to personal data breaches and harvesting. These are blockchain-powered solutions aimed at protecting user privacy. Status is a gateway provider to a dApp ecosystem to ensure user privacy comes first.

A senior security engineer at Status Corey Petty says:

“There’s definitely a renewed interest in the concept of privacy and security. What’s changed is a larger awareness of selective disclosure—having the ability to choose where I’d like to release some of the requirements or restrictions that I have on my privacy and security.”

Status instant massaging app privacy features

Unlike other instant messaging App privacy levels, Status ensures privacy begins at identifying yourself through a three-word identifier, have an ENS address which gives users access to their inbuilt crypto wallet. Without clear identifications, you cannot connect with your network friend on the App.

The platform is encrypted to give users the privacy they need. However, the application is censorship resistant which gives users control over how their personal data is used. This translates into massaging on the go using your smartphone as well as giving users the freedom to send money to their network peers across the globe.


Albert Kim

Albert Kim

Albert Kim is a full time tech content developer and writer specializing in blockchain and cryptocurrencies. He has been in the tech industry for the last 7 years helping businesses scale up their potential to the next level.

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