Carry Partners with Henesis Wallet to Enhance the Security
Hello members of the Carry community!
We are happy to announce that Carry team signed an agreement with Hachi Labs team, the leading blockchain wallet and security solution company in South Korea, to use the Henesis blockchain wallet solution to enhance the security.
On July 12, Carry officially launched a new service, Carry Wallet, and opened the first round of CRE staking on the 15th. We could successfully launch the service thanks to the collaboration with Henesis wallet solution team from Hachi Labs. As we explained, the first Carry Enabled Service was developed in a centralized manner, so ensuring the security of users’ digital assets was crucial. We were able to strengthen the security and achieve a great user experience by using Henesis wallet.
Henesis wallet is a blockchain wallet solution providing the most powerful and secure user experience. It supports the multi-sig function, key management system, and hardware security modules to enhance the security and management of the digital wallet. The latest version of wallet API was released recently, which optimized and reduced the ETH gas fee by 75%. Henesis wallet solution was used by many leading projects from different industry verticals such as Shinhan Bank, Paycoin, and Flybit exchange.
Carry wallet was successfully developed and released with a high level of security that allows users to deposit and withdraw the tokens safely through integrating the Henesis wallet solution. We will keep collaborating with the Hachi Labs team to provide more safe and reliable service in the future.
Carry Protocol is a blockchain project aiming to be the first cryptocurrency to be widely used by everyday consumers in the offline market. To appeal to the masses, the team is partnering with the largest players in South Korea to kickstart deployment and accelerate growth, including Dodo Point, Korea’s largest loyalty service for offline stores with +22,000 offline merchants as clients and +25 million users in Korea and Japan.