1) TransferChain uses client-side end-to-end encryption by default, meaning that any file you send over TransferChain is only visible to you and the intended recipients at any given time.

2) Your private key never leaves your device.

3) Your encrypted data gets sharded into multiple chunks before it leaves your device, and those chunks are uploaded to a distributed multi-cloud, eliminating the risk of a single point of failure and man-in-the-middle attacks. Due to client-side encryption and file sharding, TransferChain is protected against such attacks.

4) As TransferChain, we never see your data in an unencrypted state, so we cannot know what you store or transfer