The P2PS team claims that they have a working product - it’s said right on their home page - but I couldn’t find any links to that ‘product’, even after spending a considerable amount of time browsing their website. They may have a sound concept, but it is just wrapped up in so many unnecessary and meaningless words that I couldn’t have put myself through reading the entire whitepaper. Besides, the crypto exchanges on which P2PS plans on having their IEO are unfamiliar to me and look weird in general.
Riley June 21, 2019 Reply
P2PS appeals to an acute problem of data security, though this project is not the first one who tried to come up with a fully secure network for data transfers. They claim to have used the Push System protocol which still requires additional study with regard to its functional prowess. I have time to do that since the token sale is on for another couple of weeks. In summation, P2PS has an interesting tech that still has to prove itself useful.
Jordan June 17, 2019 Reply
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