Wanchain to Partner with Quantstamp for Auditing and Ecosystem Growth
Wanchain is very excited to announce a new relationship with Quantstamp for auditing and security advisory of Wanchain’s platform. As many of you know, the Wanchain team has been working very hard on the upcoming release of Wanchain 2.0. Our first engagement with Quantstamp will involve auditing services and security recommendations for this release.
Wanchain is a blockchain ecosystem that enables the exchange of digital assets between blockchains with privacy protection and cross-chain smart contracts. The Wanchain infrastructure simplifies the creation of distributed financial applications for individuals and organizations to access financial services such as loans, asset exchange, multi-asset ICOs, and other asset management capabilities. Wanchain 2.0 enables the cross-chain functionalities with Ethereum.
Other business partnership engagements will include Quantstamp’s involvement in the development of WANLab. WANLab is an international blockchain accelerator and incubator powered by Wanchain. WANLab provides selected projects with mentorship, resources and support throughout the different stages of their development to create an ecosystem to accelerate the next generation of quality blockchain startups. This initiative is a perfect fit for Quantstamp, which aims to further and expedite the adoption of blockchain technology.
Wanchain’s vision of an interoperable blockchain ecosystem will accelerate financial inclusion and increase adoption of smart contracts and blockchain technology. By working with Wanchain from a security perspective, Quantstamp aspires to work toward creating a safe and sustainable future for the blockchain ecosystem.
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Wanchain’s website: https://wanchain.org
Telegram community: https://t.me/WanchainCHAT
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Quantstamp’s website: https://quantstamp.com
Telegram community: https://t.me/quantstamp