The United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued a patent number to Swiftcoin founder Daniel Bruno for crypto-currency like bitcoin that also serves as a mail application.
Swiftcoin is a vertically integrated, peer-to-peer currency that enables the user to send mail and attachments as an encrypted packet for a fee of 0.001 coin. The mail recipient responds to the sender with 0.001 coin, for a call and response round trip net cost of zero.
Bruno reports that Swiftcoin been used over 5000 times since launching in 2012. The Swiftcoin wallet is available to anyone at http://www.swiftcoin.cash.
Swiftcoin combines bitcoin technology with PGP encrypted mail on a point-and-click platform. Bruno notes that the services requires no sign-up, registration, e-mail verification, or money are required to use the encrypted mail.
Swiftcoin is operated through Bruno’s First National BNAK, a financial services company registered in New Zealand. that provides a variety of services including Forex trading, gold and international money exchange, as well as electronic currency services. First National BNAK also runs a trading portal for “high net-worth individuals and corporations”