TTC Protocol to Utilize Hacken White Hat Hacker Community for Cybersecurity Advancements
TTC Protocol Joins Hands with the White Hat Hacker Community Hacken To Advance its Cybersecurity
Learning from mistakes made by other companies when it comes to Cybersecurity, TTC Protocol’s founders have decided to step up the protection of their users, partnering with Hacken, the biggest professional white hat hacker company in the blockchain, in order to build a safer blockchain.
The deal between the two firms is expected to be long-term and focuses solely on the subject of security, beginning with the improvement of TTC Wallet and a blockchain tool. Just recently, Hacken began testing its TTC test-net, starting a bug bounty program on HackenProof.
CEO of TTC Protocol and Hacken Views on the Deal
Speaking on the partnership, here’s what the CEO of TTC Protocol, Brian Cheong, and CEO of Hacken Dmytro Budorin, had to say:
“We aim to build the most user-friendly and secure social network protocol on the blockchain. We are thrilled to collaborate with hundreds of white hat hackers around the globe, to build a safer blockchain for billions.” TTC Protocol aims to be the most user-friendly and secure social network protocol, we have already begun working with the Hacken white hat hacker community on testing key features of our ecosystems,” said Cheong
“Finding bugs is a priority for us as a cybersecurity company. The highest level of protection that we offer customers is a core principle of our business. Hacken team is excited to bring a new mission-critical asset to the white hat hackers community with the aim of protecting the sensitive TTC Protocol data. We’re looking forward to taking a page in their history,” said Budorin.
TTC Protocol will attend the HackIT forum that will be held in Kyiv, Ukraine from October 8 to 11, showcasing its security strategy and philosophy in front of blockchain community, security experts, and world’s top hackers.
About TTC Protocol
The TTC Protocol is basically a token incentivized and decentralized social networking protocol built to provide a whole new level of social experience for users across the globe. It’s one of the biggest social networking ecosystems on the blockchain, boasting of more than 23 million users. The platform connects every user in the TTC ecosystem through establishment of common guidelines for different decentralized applications.
Hacken is the biggest professional white hacker firm and community in the blockchain, boasting over 550+ hackers on its bug bounty Hackenproof platform. The company is well known to have solid working relationship with top blockchain companies such as Vechain and Fenbushi. This year in Ukraine, it will host the 4th Hackit Cybersecurity conference, bringing together world’s top hackers and leading exchanges.