OPACITY LAUNCHES CRYPTO FILE STORAGE

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Opacity focuses on privacy, security, and a familiar user experience.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, June 5, 2019 — Opacity Storage, a cryptographic file storage company, today announced the release of Opacity v1.0. The new product provides anonymous online file storage utilizing a crypto token payment system and a user friendly interface. No personal data such as email, name, or payment information is ever required or stored.

The new Opacity 128GB storage plan accepts payment in OPQ tokens for 1 year of storage service with unlimited free downloads. Opacity encrypts user data starting in the browser, during upload, and in storage. Storage accounts are protected by a personal Account Handle and files can be privately shared with anyone in the world using a private File Handle.

“Our product represents a new era in online data privacy. Our customers have a strong interest in reclaiming online privacy and security to protect themselves and their data” said Opacity CEO, Jason Coppola. “There are very few native crypto businesses providing this level ease of use. Anyone familiar with traditional storage providers will be familiar with our interface and will be able to jump right in. I look forward to increased adoption of cryptocurrency as a private payment method and we are proud to be leaders in this space.”

Pricing & Availability

New storage plans for 1TB and larger, and new features such as desktop and mobile applications, will arrive this year.

Additional Resources

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About Opacity

Founded in 2018, Opacity Storage is dedicated to online data privacy and security. Online data breaches continue to be a major consumer risk. Opacity is reducing this risk by removing the need to provide personal payment data and by decentralizing files stored online. For more information, visit opacity.io and follow @Opacity_Storage on Twitter.

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