Decentralized Location-Based Advertising Platform BLOOD completes HAECHI LABS Security Audit
[Seoulwire Lee Myeong Chul Reporter]
BLOOD (BLOOD, Co-CEO: Seung-il Chung, Sang-hun Lee), which operates the decentralized location-based advertising platform BLOODLAND, has completed a security audit of blockchain token’s ‘Smart Contract’ from blockchain specialized audit firm ‘HAECHI LABS’.
The security audit, conducted by BLOOD, is a security audit of the Ethereum based ERC-20 tokens used by BLOODLAND’s users when using services on the platform. It has been conducted due to prevent problems such as security and hacking when the token is listed on the exchange and used freely by the public.
BLOOD is a blockchain company operated by Seung-il Chung, a former national software maestro and CEO Developer, is developing blockchain services focusing on users and real-life usability based on location-based advertising platform.
HAECHI LABS is a domestic blockchain technology company that is conducting smart contract security audits. They have provided services to about 40 companies both in domestic and overseas, including SK Telecom and KaKao’s blockchain subsidiary Ground X.
The authority of BLOOD said, “It is very meaningful to complete the security audit of the BLOOD with the leading company in the blockchain technology field such as HAECHI LABS. With this audit, we’ve been able to focus more on activating BLOODLAND services and developing real-life usable token.”
Origin: Seoulwire (http://www.seoulwire.com)