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Memority.io Announces ICO Pre-Sale On The Heels Of Successful Release Of Revolutionary Ultra-Secure Data Storage Platform Built On The Blockchain

Bitcoinist.net · May 13, 2018 · 8:00 pm

As computer hackers gain notoriety from the endless stream of data breaches that have cost consumers millions, many are wondering if their digital data is truly safe. Memority.io has calmed those fears with the release of a blockchain built data storage platform that safeguards data like never before. This type of technology is exactly what ICO investors are looking for.

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Kyiv, Ukraine – May 10th 2018, Memority.io made international headlines this week with news of an ICO Pre-Sale launch and release of their data storage platform. The difference here is that this is not just another headline in the midst of others. While we see headlines left and right briefing us of the latest security & data breaches, the Memority press release is to announce the polar opposite. The Memority platform, built on the blockchain, by definition is the most secure data storage platform ever developed.  This Initial Coin Offering has the ability to reshape the entire data storage and encryption industry which has investors and consumers chomping at the bit to get involved.

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Memority is a blockchain-based platform for a completely decentralized, ultra-secure storage of valuable data, which ensures the continued availability of several encrypted copies of data on independent storages around the world. Unlike other data storage platforms, Memority encrypts the user’s data with a private key and is protected from accidental deletion. By using unique identifiers the data is protected from forgery and because it is completely decentralized, only the user acts…

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