Online conference with Andrew Zimine, CEO of Exscudo
How can decentralized exchanges like Exscudo prevent hackers attacks
WHAT: Online Conference with an extended Q&A Session
WHEN: Tuesday 22th August 2017, 10 am – 12 pm EST
Recently, a considerable hack took place in the largest Bitcoin and Ether exchange in South Korea. Bithumb, which is also considered one of the top five Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, and host of the world’s largest Ether market, was hacked in June. The hack was reported to the authorities on June 30, and is estimated to have affected 30,000 people, roughly 3% of the site’s customers.
By entrusting our coins to third party service providers, like exchanges, we defeat the purpose of the network itself. So, what’s the solution? Decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges can be the answer! In these kinds of markets, funds aren’t held by a third party and trades occur directly between users (peer-to-peer). Decentralized exchanges remove the need to trust a third party entity and also provide the user with a greater level of privacy.
That’s exactly where Exscudo comes in! Exscudo offers the Decentralized exchange, with full provision trading, margin trading, options, futures and settlement contracts; charts, all data is located in the same place and is updated in real time.
Andrew Zimine, CEO of Exscudo, a recognized expert on blockchain and information security will answer your questions about how decentralized exchanges like Exscudo can prevent hackers attacks.
This is your opportunity to ask the questions you have been seeking answers to.
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All are welcome.
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