DIKO has launched its Ethereum based privacy cryptocurrency after the completion of its smart contract development on the Ethereum blockchain. Following its launch on March 11, the ERC20 token is now all set to be used by the public for financial transactions.
DIKO token tackles issues related to invisibility and simplicity in cryptocurrency transactions.
These are the two major concerns faced in the blockchain sector as of now. DIKO aims to undertake issues through its privacy-focused cryptocurrency.
With the increase in the cases of a data breach, identity theft, and fraud, people are not trusting banks and financial institutions much. And now its a matter of importance to keep the privacy rights and user identity protection as the topmost priority. There are cases where the financial institutions have failed to assure confidentiality for their users.
DIKO has the Solution To This Issue
The DIKO token allows people to transfer funds anonymously through email just like PayPal. Therefore, this launch proclaims the cause of a new era that holds to prioritize the privacy of the user in all financial transactions. As per DIKO’s policies, the users don’t have to worry about the confidentiality of themselves as well as their partner in transactions.
The DIKO platform is based on the Zero Knowledge Proof (ZKP) network infrastructure. ZKP is a cryptography algorithm that keeps your transaction data and identity private and verifies it going ahead with the transaction.
As per DIKO’s structure, it is completely user-friendly and easy to use. A lot of people find blockchain technology quite complex which is the major obstacle that deviates people from using cryptocurrencies. DIKO aims to eliminate these complexities and make it super easy to use the platform enabling users to send crypto through emails.
The cryptocurrency has been persistently becoming the go-to resource for the people highly concerned about their privacy. Blockchain technology is pretty complex, the use of cryptocurrency, generally requires some sort of technical knowledge.
This is a challenge for most of the users as they are bound to copy and paste long addresses while making transactions. Keeping in mind such intricate details, there are chances of small errors which can be quite costly. Since the blockchain transactions are irreversible funds can be sent to a wrong account and users can lose them forever.
DIKO a blockchain-based payment platform tackles all such issues with a secured infrastructure, which is easy to use, and protects and prioritizes the user identity.