When we came out of stealth on July 27th, the launch event was covered by Fortune Magazine and we have received a request for an interview with Huffington Post about cyber security. We value security very highly, and were happy to share our thoughts and ideas on security when it comes to ICO’s. We are glad that others are excited about our security measures, and our objective is not only to develop these high security standards but also maximize profit for AxionV investors.
Quote from our very own Max Vasiliev, the lead software architect at AxionV: “Every single line of our smart contract is extensively audited, concisely written, and any abilities to override functionalities are mitigated.”
Here is part of the article:
Earlier this year, we reported that, for the first time, a major venture capital firm, Union Square Ventures, invested in a blockchain hedge fund. But that’s not all that’s been invested in blockchain technology. By next year, 90% of central banks and 80% of financial banks will have engaged in some form of investment, programming, or planning to incorporate blockchain into their main business functions and workflows. But with cybersecurity a main determinant in which blockchain companies and cryptocurrencies receive investment, blockchain fintech companies need to be vigilant when protecting their assets from any intruder.
In this regard, one such company rises above the rest. Its name is AxionV, and it is currently about to undergo its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) on September 16. AxionV is an AI crypto fund which uses proprietary algorithms and complex trading strategies to achieve much better returns for your money. Their information caught my eye because it stood out in several ways, including its unparalleled security, which is something I look for when analyzing ICOs and crypto trading. In a nutshell, the AxionV ICO seems like a unique and interesting project, because it gives access to top talent in the trading space to anyone, not just established traders.
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