South Korea’s CoinManager & Cloudbric Partner to Enhance Crypto Wallet and Server Security
South Korea’s CoinManager & Cloudbric Partner To Improve Security In Crypto, Server And Wallets!
Cryptocurrency developments are picking up quite fast within crypto-friendly jurisdictions like South Korea despite the big boys like the US and China struggling with regulation. The most recent partnership between two crypto-oriented and South Korea based companies; Cloudbric and CoinManager is set to change the fate of the two within today’s crypto sphere!
Both Cloubric and CoinManager are well known for their fundamental value in Asia’s coin market. The former provides web security services while the latter is a digital asset manager/intermediary within the growing South Korea crypto market. CoinManager also plays a significant role of providing ETH wallets for users in its host country.
The ongoing crypto adoption wave since the year began has seen CoinManager scale its operations greatly to date. At the moment, the company is working on a ‘multi-wallet’ project development which will allow the integration of both coin exchanges and personal wallets.
This news was announced on September 5th by CoinManager which is barely a week ago. CoinManager is currently supporting over 30 coin exchanges, both domestic and foreign. However, this is still below the project’s target set at 100 by the end of 2018!
CoinManager’s ease of use has attracted well over 300,000 users to its platform. Today, they can access close to 200 coin exchanges and almost all the cryptocurrencies developed since the inception of Bitcoin. The platform’s interface provides a variety of services that include sending chats, checking transaction records, price alerts and watch lists for hot coins. In addition, the services can be accessed from Android, Apple and the web so far, a big mile for future adoption.
This partnership will enable Cloudbric and CoinManager to cooperate in improving features within their platforms given each company’s expertise. Cloudbric brings its security specificity into CoinManager’s platform that links to cryptocurrencies and wallets integrated with the platform. Therefore, the ecosystem within CoinManager will soon be more secure to survive probable hacks.
Cloudbric had shown its interest and sincerity in joining the booming crypto market back in May 2018. The team had made an announcement that they will soon launch a reverse Initial Coin Offering initiative. Furthermore, they plan on building a crypto-security network while advancing its web security features with Artificial Intelligence.