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Crypto Storage AG and Securosys blockchain storage solution set to go live

Crypto Storage AG, part of the Crypto Finance Group, founded in June 2017 as a blockchain related services holding company and Securosys, a technology company dedicated to secure data and communications have announced that their storage solution partnership for crypto and blockchain assets is almost ready to go live.

Crypto security company BitGo adds support for ERC20 tokens

Palo Alto-based BitGo, the enterprise digital asset service, and security provider today announced they have added support for ERC20 tokens. BitGo will release support for a variety of additional ERC20 tokens at a fairly regular pace throughout the coming months.

Hacken’s Crypto Exchange Ranks (CER) MVP list revealed

Hacken, the individualized cybersecurity provider focused on blockchain technology today released the voting results for its new CER (Crypto Exchange Ranks) product. The MVP is scheduled to be launched in the near future.

Supercomputer SONM partners with Hacken for security audit

Decentralized fog-computing platform SONM today announced that it has forged a partnership with Hacken, a group of enterprises created to maintain links between blockchain and cybersecurity communities, the promotion of hacker ethics and the encouragement of legitimate research on computer networks and software.

Dashlane rates cryptocurrency exchange security with 70% vulnerable

How secure is your crypto exchange? Dashlane, a password manager app, and secure digital wallet company for managing user accounts recently released the results of a study they conducted this month.

White hat hacker traces vulnerabilities in 8 top-rated cryptocurrency exchanges

On March 27, Oleksii Matiiasevych, a White Hat Group hacker, and architect at Ambisafe Inc. detected and prevented potential dangers at eight major centralized exchanges. Over 200 other exchanges have been warned, but they could still be under threat.

Waves African Exchange chooses Civic Technologies for KYC

Waves African Exchange Pty Ltd, a fiat gateway solution for South African Rand on the Waves Platform blockchain decentralized exchange (DEX), today announced a strategic partnership with Civic Technologies Inc., the company delivering digital identity solutions with blockchain technology.

KYC and compliance protocol integrating with Kyber Network

Kyber Network, a decentralized exchange service that enables instant conversion of crypto-assets with guaranteed liquidity today said they will be utilizing and integrating with, the decentralized Know Your Customer (KYC) network.

Stellar and Keybase announce partnership

Stellar, through the Stellar Partnership Program, has announced a partnership with Keybase. The partnership will enable Stellar fund projects initiated by Keybase. While Stellar is focused on moving money across borders in a quick and simple way, Keybase is mainly known for being a cryptographically encrypted security app used in file sharing and communication.

Hacken partners with Ukraine bitcoin exchange Kuna

Hacken, the cryptocurrency security group has announced that Ukraine’s Kuna Crypto Exchange is now under the protection of Hacken. Extending on the new strategic partnership will see on Saturday, February 24th, Kuna launch the Hacken (HKN) token on the exchange.

Rivetz bringing blockchain security to token platform

Rivetz, the decentralized, hardware-based cybersecurity ecosystem has announced a new partnership with, a global loyalty solution providing the first consumer and retail-focused rewards token platform.

Trail of Bits to provide security review of Parity Ethereum client

It was announced that blockchain security firm Trail of Bits was selected by Parity Technologies to secure their Ethereum client. The security company will begin by auditing their codebase, with the team stating they “look forward to publishing results and the knowledge we gained in the future.” Parity Technologies combines cryptography, cellular systems, peer-to-peer technology and decentralized consensus to solve the problems that have gone unaddressed by conventional server-client architecture.

Ledger updates wallet app to address “Man in the Middle Attack”

Ledger, the cryptocurrency and blockchain asset security company has announced that the Ledger Wallet Bitcoin Chrome application has been updated to give users more control over the security of their transactions.

QUOINE partners with Quantstamp for ICO smart contract security

QUOINE, a global cryptocurrency exchange and fintech company announced that they signed an MOU with Quantstamp Inc. aimed to enhance the smart contract security of select projects conducting their ICO on QUOINE’s ICO listing and crypto-to-crypto trading and exchange platform, QRYPTOS.

NEM continues tracking XEM tokens stolen from Coincheck

The Foundation, which represents the peer-to-peer NEM blockchain platform, today announced they have been tracing the funds stolen in the recent hack on the Japanese exchange Coincheck.

Blockchain auction app DomRaider rebrands and enhances security with Naviaddress

DomRaider, a blockchain platform for real-time auctions announced today a new partnership with Naviaddress, one of the “most promising and innovative” technology projects on blockchain. Naviaddress is a global decentralized addressing system, which allows users to create random or unique digital addresses for any location as well as event worldwide.

Crypto-mining marketplace NiceHash to fully reimburse users after hack

NiceHash, a Slovenian based crypto-mining marketplaces announced today that they are 100% committed to reimbursing all users that were affected by the security breach that happened on December 6, 2017.

Waves partners with Group-IB to resolve phishing issues

The Waves team has reported receiving many episodes of pages in social media that are claiming to give away WAVES bonuses. Due to this, Waves has taken steps to address this problem, announcing the start of work with cybersecurity firm Group-IB, a global leader in combating high-tech crime and online fraud.

Crypto management app Saifu integrating data security from Thales

Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity, and data security, announced today that, a regulated payment institution created to make cryptocurrencies as accessible and easily managed as traditional currencies, is deploying Thales nShield hardware security modules (HSMs) to deliver cryptographic services that protect its online and mobile banking services.

Rivetz partners with Agrello for hardware based security for digital IDs

Rivetz, a provider of decentralized mobile security solutions, today announced a partnership with Agrello to develop a hardware-based cybersecurity solution for digital identities. Identity is a fundamental problem on the internet, and this collaboration will create self-sovereign identities that are protected by hardware, offering simpler and safer solutions for users online.

DDoS attack campaigns increasingly target bitcoin exchanges

A recent report confirmed that bitcoin exchanges have been much more prominent on DDoS attackers’ radar in the last year. The cloud service provider, Imperva Incapsula, recently published, Q3 2017 Global DDoS Threat Landscape.

Blockchain arm of CENTRI Technology to develop crypto-security protocol for IoT

Atonomi, the blockchain-based arm of leading IoT security provider CENTRI Technology, today announced the launch of the Atonomi Network, a crypto-security protocol that will enable advanced trust and identity validation for IoT devices for the first time.

IOTA Foundation hires Denmark’s CyberCrypt

The IOTA Foundation announced it is hiring the world leading lightweight cryptography and security company CYBERCRYPT ApS from Denmark to take the Curl cryptography to its next maturation phase.

Tether’s official statement on $30 million in stolen tokens

Official statement from Tether… On Sunday, November 19th, $30,950,010.00 in Tether tokens were stolen from our treasury wallet through malicious action by an external attacker. While we are in the process of coordinating and co-operating with law enforcement on this matter, we are satisfied that we have found the cause of the breach of Tether’s systems.

Bitcoin smart contract dev RSK partners with Coinfirm to address AML/CTF

RSK, the company behind smart contracts for bitcoin, and leading blockchain reg tech Coinfirm announced today a partnership to address anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing compliance for the cryptocurrency marketplace.

Parity’s official statement on wallet exploit

Another major issue with Parity Wallet within a 4-month stretch, the company informed that on November 6th, 2017 an unidentified person wiped out the library code upon which Parity multi-sig wallets’ functionality relied.

Quantstamp and Experty partner for smart contract audit consultations

Quantstamp, a protocol for securing smart contracts and Experty, a platform that allows for paid consultation in cryptocurrencies have announced they will partner to solve one of the biggest problems currently facing the blockchain industry.

 theloop’s blockchain ID gives Korea online banking first security upgrade in 2 decades

This week, Korea’s online banking security got its first major update in nearly 20 years, catapulting it from laggard to blockchain-powered security pioneer. theloop, whose blockchain technology is already used by banks, securities firms, insurance companies and hospitals to securely share information, announced CHAIN ID, Korea’s new standard for secure online identification.

Rivetz to provide Ammbr network with device-to-blockchain authentication

Rivetz, a decentralized hardware based cybersecurity ecosystem for enterprises, today announced a partnership agreement with Ammbr, a decentralized mesh network tokenizing broadband internet access. Rivetz and Ammbr will work together to integrate and promote advanced multifactor authentication and the use of the Rivetz Trust framework to build out Ammbr’s identity and authentication platform.

TaaS partners with Hacken to secure its blockchain data and assets

Token-as-a-Service (TaaS), one of the first closed-end funds dedicated to blockchain assets, announced its strategic partnership with Hacken, Ukraine-based managing company for a cybersecurity ecosystem, focused on blockchain security.
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