OkEx adds Security Companies to Ecology

OkEx, one of the world’s largest exchanges has made life much more secure for its customers if they wish, by adding numerous security teams to their native token’s (OKB) use cases.

Jay Hao, OkEx’s CEO announced on Twitter the news of the security partnerships. His tweet read:

”So much to announce for $OKB this week! Other than the upcoming launch of #OKChain, we’ve just added numerous use cases for the 

@OKEx native token. I’ll announce the first 3 here today, more to come this week!”

Users are so often hit by hacks and other security breaches that OkEx decided to team up with some of the best companies to give their users the chance to protect themselves. 

OkEx has partnered with numerous security companies. OkEx customers can use the exchange’s native token,OKB, to buy three different companies services and protection. 

 So, who are the companies OkEx have partnered with?

First up is Slowmist, a company made for cybersecurity. The company has a project with OkEx called the “Security Vulnerability and Threat Intelligence Bounty Program,” which you can purchase to ensure your assets. 

Heralding team members from Google, Microsoft, W3C, as well as the Ministry of Public Security in China, clearly with Slowmist you are in respected hands at the top of their field. 

Beosin

For the blockchain side of things, Beosin, has set itself apart. Currently working with over 1,000 blockchain projects and with this number ever growing, you can guarantee strong protection from these guys. 

Certik

With hacking a continuous issue for many in the industry, Certik have looked to have found the answer. The tea behind the world’s first hacker-resistant system, they have conducted more than 200 audits, and have secured up to $6.23 billion. Maybe Binance should give them a call….

OkChain is incoming

OkEx is also adding to its functions. The company is launching OkChain. According to the white paper, OkChain, “is a new blockchain network that fully supports state sharding and fast consensus. 

“In OKChain, the entire network is divided into multiple shards, each shard maintains an independent ledger, and can handle conflict-free transactions in parallel; a fast consensus algorithm based on threshold signature is used in a shard, achieving efficient block production without forking.”

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