gaborones audit service was designed to audit a blockchain network, but it’s now offering an audit service for its own platform, too.
It announced on Wednesday that it has launched its own blockchain audit platform.
It also announced a partnership with Bitfury, a blockchain technology company, for blockchain audit and blockchain trading, which is expected to go live later this month.
The platform was built using Ethereum, and it is now available for use on Ethereum-enabled platforms such as Ethereum Classic, EtherDelta, and Dash.
According to Gaborones CEO and founder of its Gaborone audit service, Jeroen van der Laan, this is a very significant move to bring auditing and trading on the Ethereum blockchain to a wide audience.
“In the past, we have always been on the sidelines when it comes to blockchain security, which has led to the development of various auditing platforms for both private and public companies,” van der Lagen said in a statement.
It is a big step towards creating a truly open, transparent and secure platform.” “
Our audit platform allows anyone to easily audit any Ethereum-supported network and instantly provide transparency to the public.
It is a big step towards creating a truly open, transparent and secure platform.”
Blockchain audits are a vital component of blockchain-based security.
The technology has the potential to be a major security threat in the future, because it could allow companies to monitor their networks and steal information that they do not want exposed.
There are a number of blockchain security solutions that allow for the private, auditable, and auditable sharing of data.
Gaborons audit service is one of them, which allows anyone, or anyone with an Ethereum account, to audit any of its Ethereum-connected platforms.
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This article has been updated to reflect Gaborón audit service’s announcement.
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