Apr 162015


No, it really is encrypted, not backward writing, like it seems some sites give you for security.

What does encrypted mean?

Encryption is the future of the Internet. The more hacking and whacking (cyber-warfare) that goes on the more imperative encryption becomes.

Within just a short time, perhaps by 2017, all Internet communications will by default be encrypted and private, the public will have access by permission only, the reverse of what it is now. The privatization of all communications will arrive in the shadow of the shift to “cryptocurrency”. The most de-emphasised aspect of bitcoin is the encryption environment that extends beyond the bitcoin itself.

One extension is encrypted business transactions completed using crypto-contracts. Using “Smart Contracts”, transactions take place in complete and total privacy isolating the parties involved for the rest of the world. Transaction take place with total public anonymity. Only the parties involved in the transaction have the encrypted pathway of communications regarding their transaction. No one else in the world knows the transaction took place.

All of that said, I have included an excerpt below that will give you a snap shot of what encryption really is.

This is an excerpt from The New York Times bestselling science fiction book by Neal Stephenson, Cryptonomicron

When you get to Manila I would like you to generate a 4O96 bit key pair and keep it on a floppy disk that you carry on your person at all times. Do not keep it on your hard disk. Anyone could break into your hotel room while you’re out and steal that key.

Now, Randy pulls down a menu and picks an item labeled: “New key. . .”

A box pops up giving him several KEY LENGTH options: 768 bits, 1024, 1536, 2048, 3072, or Custom. Randy picks the latter option and then, wearily, types in 4096.

Even a 768-bit key requires vast resources to break. Add one bit, to make it 769 bits long, and the number of possible keys doubles, the problem becomes much more difficult. A 770-bit key is that much more difficult yet, and so on. By using 768-bit keys, Randy and Avi could keep their communications secret from nearly every entity in the world for at least the next several years. A 1024-bit key would be vastly, astronomically more difficult to break.

Some people go so far as to use keys 2048 or even 3072 bits in length. These will stop the very best codebreakers on the face of the earth for astronomical periods of time, barring the invention of otherworldly technologies such as quantum computers. Most encryption software–even stuff written by extremely security-conscious cryptography experts–can’t even handle keys larger than that. But Avi insists on using Ordo, generally considered the best encryption software in the world, because it can handle keys of unlimited length–as long as you don’t mind waiting for it to crunch all the numbers.

The longer the key you are trying to generate, the longer this takes. Randy is trying to generate one that is ridiculously long. He has pointed out to Avi, in an encrypted e-mail message, that if every particle of matter in the universe could be used to construct one single cosmic supercomputer, and this computer was put to work trying to break a 4096-bit encryption key, it would take longer than the lifespan of the universe.

Is information broadcast on Markethive secure?

The information on the Markethive websites that you don’t see or can’t see is encrypted.

What the level of encryption or the encryption methodology is, I don’t know and I don’t particularly want to know. This information doesn’t need be shared anyway.

Markethive position

It has been made very clear what Markethive’s position is on your information. As regards the protection of your information, if Markethive is ever put to task, as in, requested to give up the information it has, It wont’t,


The Markethive administration will stand alone in defense of your information.

This is my understanding and my belief based on the stated position of Markehive. The information broadcast from within Markethive is encrypted in some fashion.

Our responsibility

Let me alert you to OUR responsibility. It is OUR responsibility to participate in the protection and safety of our personal and business information. We must be aware of what and where our information in posted and stored. Markethive, through its Groups facility, allows the group founder to control the access to the information posted within by the group members.

what we share between ourselves in Markethive is as private as each of us makes it.

Try always to be mindful of the way you treat information that has been shared with you.

This is Markethive security as I see it.

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