Why Markethive is the Go To Social/Marketing Network Reason #1 The Best Privacy Policy

Posted by richard mathiason on July 10, 2018 - 11:45pmEdited 7/11 at 12:07am


07/11/2018 Belen, NM

Why Markethive is the Go To Social/Marketing Network

Reason #1

The Best Privacy Policy


Your privacy is our highest priority when you join Markethive, a social/marketing network. The Privacy Policy below was created four years ago.

Markethive’s Privacy Policy

You own your personal information and content. It is explicitly not ours.

You will never receive a targeted advertisement or 3rd party content based on what you do or say online. We think it is unethical.

You see every post in timeline order from your friends, family and groups.

We do not manipulate, filter or change the order of your content or what you see.

Permissions and privacy are your rights. You control them.

You control who can access your content.

You control what, if anything, others can see in member searches.

We're a private network. That means we do not track or profile you.

Your privacy means that we do not share your personal information with anyone.

Your 'likes' and 'loves' are for you and your friends. We do not monitor or mine your data.

Your face is your business. We do not use facial recognition technology.

You have the right to delete your account and take your content with you at any time.

We do not store or archive our logs.


This starts the moment you go to Markethives website and you will see a similar popup as below:


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This is not an email opt-in form as you may be used to seeing. The way that you sign up for Markethive is to click on icon of a social network that you use. The system will go out to that network and get the information. You will be signed up with Markethive. That is the first line of defense.

Markethive is in the process of being put on the Blockchain. This adds another level of security and privacy. Markethive will have a Markethive Crypto Coin and cryptocurrency requires a Wallet.

The second item to be verified is a cell phone number. This will be stored on the  Blockchain and only you will be able to see that information. The final 2 items in the Blockchain are 2FA for login purposes and KYC(Know Your Customer Keys – required) which will reside in your Wallet on the Blockchain. 

The Markethive Wallet will serve 4 purposes.


It acts as a wallet, setup to receive Markethive coin, works as a messaging system integrated with the Markethive dashboard news feed and messaging, acts as the 2FA for login and holds the KYC keys for membership verification.

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The Markethive wallet is a software program that stores private and public keys and interacts with various blockchains to enable users to send and receive digital currency and monitor their balance, with the additional options to send payments through the messaging system. The wallet also receives Markethive auto revenue payments

Security blockchain end to end, private key for verification access to the Markethive platform. KYC documentation is stored in the blockchain and only accessed via your wallet with the wallets 2FA. Upon logging into Markethive, the wallet delivers several layers of protection.

The initial subscription into Markethive requires a mature social network and a cell number is the second level of verification. But further verification is required to conduct business. This is where the 2FA process requires documents that when approved, they are encrypted and the Wallet becomes the only point giving the subscriber the only access to their own privacy

Decentralized messenger, p2p, blockchain, voice, text, 3+ call ways, groups and channels, built in white board and desktop share webinar. Encrypted, private, crypto coin transfers, shapeshifter, runs from wallet. Pays to use it. Reads and publishes to the Markethive Newsfeed.

As you can see above, Markethive is serious about your Privacy and Security.

Until the next PR may you have success in all that you do. 

Richard Mathiason

Markethive Associate