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How the Future of Finance Gives You Total Control

In the world of commerce, internet is king as it never sleeps and continues to take transactions long after you and I have laid to rest for the night. With the evolution of finance and online transactions the internet world has taken large steps to make it easier for the consumer and investor to feel more safe and secure with the funds which are being processed.

Remember when Paypal came on the scene? “E-commerce”? It was still like a toddler – wobbling across the room and making the grown-ups feel just a little nervous. Now it’s just commerce. People latched onto this new way of transacting and now it is one of the biggest modes of payment.

Like Paypal, cryptocurrency has big potential. In 2009, Bitcoin launched onto this transactional scene and today, hot on its heels, enters Zen Protocol, a blockchain which is built for finance and completely erases the need for bankers and brokers.

What does this mean for you as a consumer or financial investor, and how does Zen Protocol make a good product even greater? I’m glad you asked. Let me give you the three tips why ZP is one of the hottest reasons you should get involved.

#1 – Safety and Security are Key

When you press the “BUY” button on your favorite clothing line do you pause and hope your financial information won’t be stolen?

I would wager the answer to that question is a “No”. You trust them. You’ve purchased from them before or know someone who has. Besides, their site has that little “s” at the beginning of the URL.

All joking aside, when it comes to cryptocurrency, security and safety is no joke with these guys. You may or may not have heard, but a few weeks ago over $150 million were permanently frozen on the Ethereum blockchain by what seems to have been a mistake. The cause: an Ethereum contract called “Parity multisig”, used by numerous individuals and organizations to store their funds, contained a simple bug.

Believe it or not, this was the second critical bug for this contract. Back in May, when the first flaw was discovered, some “white hat” hackers saved most of the tokens and returned them to their owners. Not this time.

Zen Protocol takes steps to solve the security and safety issue by making it easy to ensure the code actually works for you. It works with a language designed to prove what contracts do – a method called “formal verification”. It also makes simple transactions – like multisig – easy to do, without using special contracts.

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