Quantstamp Community Update — September 2019

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Quantstamp Community Update — September 2019

Securing #DeFi, the latest Forbes Tech Council article, and more.

Here’s what’s been going on at Quantstamp in September:

Disruptor Daily

We’ve been featured in Disruptor Daily — a website highlighting practical blockchain use cases and companies using blockchain technology in the real world.

In the interview, Quantstamp CEO Richard Ma explains Quantstamp’s mission and how we use blockchain to help scale smart contract security. He also shares some of the impressive use cases we’ve seen and been a part of, such as alleviating poverty with transparency and working with the World Economic Forum to reduce corruption in corporate procurement.

Disruptor Daily also kicked off their inaugural Blockchain in Cybersecurity Use Case Awards, and Quantstamp is a finalist. Read more and vote for us here — voting is open until October 9.

Securing DeFi

We continue to work with top #DeFi projects to help secure the future of finance. In September, we audited PoolTogether’s new 2.0 pools. PoolTogether is a no-loss lottery that uses interest from DAI savings to generate winnings. PoolTogether 2.0 allows users to keep their funds in Pooltogether across pools, effectively creating a gamified savings account.

Besides PoolTogether, we also worked with Binance again to secure BEP3 atomic swaps on Binance Chain (used by Binance DEX). These atomic swaps are being used to allow for token swaps between Binance Chain and Ethereum. The BEP3 improvement is incorporated in the Archimedes upgrade of Binance Chain on testnet and is planned to be incorporated soon into mainnet.

DeMarchi Jersey Auction Successful

This month, a digital auction secured by Quantstamp of blockchain certified memorabilia was successfully conducted. BlockStar worked with DeMarchi, an iconic cycling brand to sell a blockchain-certified replica of Fausto Coppi’s 1953 De Marchi Jersey for $10,500.

Quantstamp helped secure the components and the website used to conduct the auction. ...

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