Confideal is pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership with BugBounty.center in a move designed to add even more security to its smart contract management platform.
[Note: This is a press release.]
From now on, the Confideal community will enjoy an extra level of security with the addition of BugBounty.center as our newest partner. On top of Confideal’s already robust security, all of our smart contracts and products will undergo a security audit – which they must pass – on the BugBounty platform. The end result will be a significantly reduced risk of hacking.
Confideal users will be able to rest easy, secure in the knowledge that their contracts and transactions are protected from hacking attempts and theft of funds.
BugBounty.center is a decentralized platform providing an opportunity to search for security flaws and vulnerabilities for third-party companies in the field of blockchain technology and smart contracts.
The platform acts as a single informational hub for all bug bounty programs held by blockchain projects. It is aimed at helping to effectively structure and conduct a search for security deficiencies for interested companies.
The BugBounty.Center forms and develops a community of “white hat” hackers based on blockchain technology.
For more information about BugBounty.center, please visit their website.
Conﬁdeal is a visual smart contract builder that makes creating, managing and enforcing smart contracts easier than ever before. Users with no coding skills can create enforceable, self-executing and secure digital agreements powered by Ethereum for all types of transactions.
The platform’s built-in arbitration module allows users to resolve contract disputes using top-rated arbiters without any need to reveal personal data. It offers a revolutionary opportunity for enterprises, small companies, and individuals to set up and execute deals without the need for costly intermediaries.
For more information about Confideal, please visit confideal.io.
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