On November 16, 2017 e-Chat has announced the first stage of ICO. This messenger with decentralized architecture, built-in multi-currency crypto-wallet, user-friendly interface, highest level of data security and high-quality content has all chances to become the App of the future.

e-Chat corresponds most of social and financial needs of modern people: instant communication, cryptocurrency and fiat money transactions, opportunities for earning money etc.

Right now more than 1 million people all over the world are the users of this new perspective app. And this number will rapidly grow, we believe. With the official start of ICO you are able to invest in unique project.

Why is e-Chat so unique? There are some significant features that make e-Chat stand out of many other messaging apps everybody has in his smartphone:

Decentralized infrastructure. Based on blockchain, IPFS and P2P technologies, e-Chat can boast flexibility, transparency and independence. Users may be sure in complete anonymity of their conversations and transactions. No one (for instance, even government) can get users’ data by force or somehow else as it is not stored on servers.

Encryption. When it comes to the protection of users’ data while using inbuilt multicurrency crypto wallet, we can guarantee the highest level of security that has been reached due to implementation of  the best 3-component encryption protocol MTProto. E-Chat encryption covers both users’ conversations and assets.

The e-Chat app is available on Google Play and App Store. ECHT tokens are also available for sale for $0.75. We would like to remind all potential investors that current price is the most profitable as it is expected to grow during the next rounds of ICO. The first round will end less than in a month — on December, 15.

You are welcome to invest in the App of the Future. We would appreciate every new supporter of the project that is worth to be used in global scale. To stay informed,  visit the official e-Chat website.

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