CitiBank Trader Created Safe Exchange To Avoid the CIA’s Spying In China And USA

CitiBank Trader Created Safe Exchange To Avoid the CIA’s Spying In China And USA

How to avoid CIA’s spying in China and USA to keep privacy and secrets in business? CoinTelegraph asked Daniel Dabek, founder and core developer of Safe Exchange. A lot of crypto-developers write to СoinTelegraph willing to share their amazing stories of meeting and working with cryptocurrencies. Today our guest is Daniel Dabek, Founder and core developer of Safex. When he first saw the Safe Network in June 2014 upon meeting Paige Peterson, who does work for MaidSafe, he realised that this platform was going to be very important. So he knew that making a start-up would be feasible, and he....


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