Humaniq Announces the Cooperation with TransBox, Personal Data Security Company


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London, 3rd April, 2018 –  Recently, Humaniq, a new generation financial service with its own cryptocurrency, signed an MOU with online communication and data security specialised company Trans Box. Through the agreement, Humaniq and TransBox will have a detailed consultation on technological cooperation, service platform expansion and other aspects for API interlocking.

With a continuous boom in cryptocurrency, there has been concerns going with the safety and security of each platform. However, users have evaluated Humaniq App as superior in safety for its high security standards, adopted bioID, secure messenger and peer-to-peer transactions in African countries (including Uganda, Senegal, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, and Rwanda). The Humaniq team has also made additional upgrades to its popular App  which is already available in Google Play and can be used even on low-end mobile devices with Android 4.0.3 to enhance users’  experience.

To strengthen user security, Humaniq is working on a unique proof-of-human approach based on behavioural analysis, user profile completion, the frequency and number of sessions and many other factors. In addition, Humaniq will be able to have a leading security standard by integrating an add-on in a form of online chat encryption through TransBox, which will allow Humaniq to have P2P encryption for all elements: whether it is files, images or transaction views. Now it is up to the users to choose what level of security they want to have, and as always Humaniq is here to provide that service and ultimate comfort as a result.

TransBox – revolutionary secure file sharing that guarantees control data options. It allows users to box the data in a secure encrypted space that gives total control and significantly improves privacy and protection. TransBox provides users with complete control all of shareable data (email, chatting, social network service, cloud accounts) in a powerful data encryption. It is remarkable, that TransBox offers users data remote destruction after conversations and file shares as well, all contents can be destroyed remotely. With Transbox it is possible to control who can read the message, view the photo or download the file shared, even on public platforms like Twitter and Facebook. TransBox is kind of CRM for online communication which give back the user absolute ownership on the content

«Without any doubt Humaniq has faced an opportunity to prove the stability of the platform through this partnership. The cooperation of the two companies is evaluated as a significant occasion, it is also a great example that demonstrate the combination of the fields in P2P banking platform and personal data security» – said Anton Mozgovoy, CTO Humaniq.

ABOUT HUMANIQ

Humaniq is a London-based Fintech firm that provides next generation financial services using its Blockchain-based mobile application to the unbanked and underprivileged in emerging economies globally. Humaniq is focused on worldwide financial inclusion by providing access to global markets, greater opportunities, and novel financial solutions using repurposed technologies for those gaining exposure to financial services for the first time.

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