Hacken, a blockchain and cybersecurity consulting ecosystem, has today announced along with InsurAce, a decentralized insurance protocol, a partnership that will see InsurAce refer clients to Hacken for security auditing and bug bounties while Hacken will be referring protocols to InsurAce for coverage purposes.

The two teams will also collaborate on Hacken’s CER.live site to note which protocols are insured or not. Ultimately, both companies will work together to improve risk assessments and security audits overall. This mutually beneficial agreement provides a strong foundation for the common goal of protecting the crypto community against malicious hackers.

“After working together with Hacken on the DeFi retreat at the Solana conference, we are excited to confirm this strategic partnership. Hacken provides world-class solutions for blockchain security and we will work together to improve security.”

InsurAce covers 90+ protocols on 12 different ecosystems. These protocols include projects such as Avalanche, Solana Foundation, Polygon, CoinGecko, Alpha Finance Lab, among others.

By: CryptoNinjas.net


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