Blockchain security firm Hacken launching new cybersecurity app

Hacken will be offering sales for its new HAI token, which will replace the current HKN token.

Hacken, a cybersecurity ecosystem with more than 200 blockchain clients served over the last two years, announced today the launch of the website and whitepaper for its new HackenAI platform.

HackenAI is a one-stop-shop application for all cybersecurity-related user protection plus a bunch more. Minimum Viable Product (MVP) release plans for HackenAI in Q1 2020 are currently underway.

The new HAI VIP-180 based token minted on the VeChainThor blockchain powers the HackenAI platform. HAI is result of migration away from the current Ethereum ERC-20 HKN token to the VeChain blockchain. The token swap is planned for early 2020, finalized with a 1:15 ratio (1 HKN token = 15 HAI tokens).

“The creation of HackenAI is our reward and effort to pay back the Hacken community for their trust and support. All gained experiences, partnerships, expertise in cybersecurity, and tokenomics are now in one single application.”
– The Hacken Team

The main purpose of the crypto wallet is secure storage of supported assets and making use of the staking options for HAI.

Current HackenAI Features Include:

Feature Preview: Non-Custodial Multi-Chain Crypto Wallet

The HackenAI platform will provide a non-custodial, multi-network crypto wallet. It will initially support: Bitcoin, Ethereum, VeChainThor (VET), VIP-180 (VTHO, HAI), ERC-20, and BEP-2.

HackenAI is a cybersecurity companion product that incentivizes users to learn good cybersecurity habits. Powered by the native HAI token, HackenAI takes ownership of user cybersecurity by consistently watching all potential threats and malpractices, and immediately prompts users with timely, detailed information.

More details about these features can be found on the new HackenAI website and whitepaper.

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