ProBit and London Crypto Services Form a Strategic Partnership

Cryptoasset Exchange ProBit and Security Audit Firm London Crypto Services (LCS) Announce their Strategic Partnership

Jason Tucker-Feltham
2 min readJul 9, 2019


Discussions on the partnership commenced in May 2019, starting with a call coinciding with the Malta AI & Blockchain Summit. Both companies anticipate that ProBit’s security credentials will be reinforced through ongoing security audits performed by LCS of blockchain projects in ProBit’s ecosystem.

Blockchain Security Audit Firm LCS

LCS is a leading smart contract security audit firm, offering a wealth of expertise to those operating in the blockchain space. LCS was founded with one core principle: to provide customers with reliable, concise and cost-effective audits of Ethereum Virtual Machine smart contracts. A positive security audit result obtained from LCS is a hallmark that adds clout to any blockchain project.

Cryptoasset Exchange ProBit

ProBit is leading the way towards real innovation in the cryptocurrency space. ProBit is a Coin-to-Coin (C2C) Exchange encompassing major financial markets globally. ProBit differentiates itself from other exchanges by being an advanced platform that is global, professional and secure.

Jason Tucker-Feltham, founder & CEO of LCS, said

“the strategic partnership announced today is a testament to ProBit’s commitment to high security standards. Through ongoing collaboration I am confident that both ProBit and LCS will contribute positively to the ever-growing blockchain and cryptoasset space.”

ProBit Exchange Director of Partnerships, Ronald Chan shared

“third party security audit companies like LCS play an important role in the development of the Blockchain industry. This is especially so as more Blockchain projects have been increasingly creative in their product development, which may require additional security audits.”

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Jason Tucker-Feltham

Passionate about digital assets, emerging tech and vinyl records | Believer in Bitcoin