TokenPay Blockchain is Based on Bitcoin
Since its launch in 2009, Bitcoin was developed and designed to operate as a transaction settlement network. It is, therefore, the logical platform destination for payment processing based coins. Bitcoin is also viewed as a haven asset similar to gold. Bitcoin is deflationary and scarce. Rival network Ethereum, on the other hand, is inflationary and abundant. Its network infrastructure is driven almost entirely with the purpose of facilitating the growth of decentralized applications (DApps). Its native ETH token was never designed to operate as a digital currency, only to be used to fund DApps running on the Ethereum protocol.
- TPAY is the only coin to provide the ultimate privacy of confidential ring transactions at the protocol level coupled with zero-knowledge proofs, stealth addresses, encrypted chat and a full Tor network integration. Other coins have combined some of these features, but only TPAY has unified all of them in a single unbreakable platform.
- Monero features the most impressive privacy profile absent of TPAY, but it lacks Tor network integration and the embedded secure communications interface where TPAY users enjoy the real-time encrypted chat.
- It is interesting to note that Bitcoin itself, along with the supposedly secure Dash token, have no advanced security features.
- ZCash is widely considered to be a highly secure and anonymous coin, but it is linkable and falls short by not having true end to end anonymity.