Where is the true Right to Privacy?

Everyone wants to protect their own privacy, yet everyone wants to invade the privacy of others. The lack of data autonomy for users has always been the biggest drawback of Web2. Most of the information on the internet today is locked up in application-specific database servers that treat users’ data as their proprietary resource. When you sign up for Twitter, Telegram, or Instagram, centralized platforms ask you for your name, phone number, email, birth date, and so on. They then request access to your address book, and address and continue to analyze your occupation, hobbies, and spending tendencies. All this is an approach to tracking your movements and backing up your chat history and transaction history.

Recently, the article ‘dear crypto’ attracted a lot of attention. The author spent the last three years exploiting bugs and re-creating individual invitations to view the overview page and the latest news of any Telegram group for individual users. Its authenticity remains to be determined, but doesn’t the very fact that this article has gone viral proves that in web2 no one can truly enjoy the right to privacy?

So, where is the real right to privacy?

The answer is ‘ComingChat’

Unlike Telegram’s fake privacy, and Facebook’s bogus privacy, cryptocurrency wallets truly empower users with data autonomy, and it is the most important part of leading users into the web3 world. ComingChat has always defined itself as the gateway to the web3 world. Our private communication app with an integrated cryptocurrency wallet is based on blockchain technology which combines asymmetric encryption and signal protocols, the basic framework fabricated for the Metaverse. In ComingChat, none of your chats will be held by third parties (including us). This means, that here you can truly say whatever you want encouraging freedom of speech. Additionally, ComingChat’s wallet is dedicated to making it simple and free for users to manage their digital identities.

In today’s web3 world, wallets are mostly used simply as a tool to manage assets. We have created a unique decentralized digital identity system — CID — that allows users to easily bind, manage, and use wallet addresses and NFTs from different chains.

However, we believe that wallets are more than that. Compared to being just a tool, wallets should be more like a space where users have full enjoyment and control over them, and digital identities can be freely combined and expressed. Eventually, it will be given more social, entertainment, and DAO governance attributes.

Join the ComingChat world and explore the potential of developing a cryptocurrency wallet with us!

About ComingChat

ComingChat’s mission is to build a metaverse for the entire ecosystem. With the economic structure of Bitcoin, it aims to reshape the digital economy system for billions of people around the world by building a simple, secure, and private global payment system and financial infrastructure. It further strengthens the interaction between the Internet and the real world by serving as a gateway for users to enter the Web3.0 world where a programmable identity system is established with CID as users’ digital identity, thus achieving unprecedented interoperability.

It will be a trustworthy, and user-centered metaverse platform that enhances user interaction services including:

  • Decentralized social system
  • Bitcoin wallet
  • GameFi
  • NFT ecosystem
  • DApp

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