South Korea’s Crypto Wallet BITBERRY App Picks Sentinel Protocol To Shield From Crypto Asset Scams
The BITBERRY Crypto Wallet Has Gone Ahead To Integrate Their Protection With The Sentinel Protocol
The Sentinel protocol, which is a crowd-sourced threat intelligence platform has just gone ahead to announce a new partnership they have gotten into with BITBERRY. The BITBERRY is a South Korean crypto wallet that has been launched by the Dunamu subsidiary, the Rootone Soft.
The Dunamu has been considered to be the brains that are behind the Upbit, a platform that has been considered to be one of South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency exchange that is in the market.
Once these two companies have become partners, they will be delivering the crypto assets scam protection together with offering a secure user experience. With the partnership in place, it will be able to facilitate for the integration of the Sentinel Protocol which is the crypto scam protection solution, referred to as the UPPward Chrome and Firefox extensions. This will be together with the Interactive Cooperation Framework API, also referred to as the ICF API.
The solutions that have been formulated aim to help the different crypto wallet exchanges and services to ensure they have prevented the malicious scams and attacks that take place. As a result, this will provide the BITBERRY wallet users with adequate protection and secured from any of the fraudulent transactions from taking place.
The primary focus for the BITBERRY platform and their wallet services is to ensure they have protected the digital asset for their customers. With the company also being able to run the ICF API, their respective users will be notified immediately in case there is a threat that has been detected. Like having the recipient’s wallet address being blacklisted or any scam that could arise.
“BITBERRY has the same level of security as the Upbit crypto exchange. The company recently completed a code review with world-leading whitehat hacker teams, Theori. We also have a security system that separates crypto assets from the Internet using cold wallets. While making transactions, it is difficult for users to determine whether or not wallet addresses they transact with are fraudulent or are being used for money laundering purposes. Using Sentinel Protocol’s security solutions allows us to verify a recipient’s address in real time, as if we had ‘hidden surveillance.’’ Ross Jang, CEO of RootOne Soft, who provides BITBERRY’s wallet services.