LINKCAST employs a P2P distributed ledger network for end user communication, and thus almost no private communication data is stored on a central server.
Up to 10 people can simultaneously join a video chat room, and data bandwidth usage is reduced by employing our original LINKCAST technology.
All data transferred through LINKCAST, including message and video data, is highly encrypted, and impossible to intercept remotely.
LINKCAST differs from other messaging apps, in that all data, from the communication protocol to the streaming data is encrypted on the end-user's smartphone.
High speed and security can be maintained, as data is not processed through a central server, but rather a decentralized network.
Message and picture data is duel-encrypted through ECDHE and AES256. Video and voice streaming data is scrambled at the bit-level and saved using RSA1024bit encryption.
HMAC-SHA512 encryption is employed to prevent data alteration for en route data. The latest forms of data protection and security will be continually implemented as new threats arrive.