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DeepMarkit Platform Receives Critical Quantstamp Security Assessment Certificate

DeepMarkit announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, First Carbon Corp (FCC), received a Security Assessment Certificate from Quantstamp.

Quantstamp is a leader in blockchain security and has protected over $200 billion in digital asset risk from hackers. Its services include securing Layer 1 blockchains, securing smart contract powered NFT and DeFi applications.

Quantstamp evaluated and passed security-related issues, code quality and adherence to specifications and best practices related to the smart contracts of FCC’s platform MintCarbon.io. DeepMarkit complied with Quantstamp’s audit process to review and test the platform’s blockchain-based smart contracts.

FCC incorporated recommendations from Quantstamp to complete the audit and earn the Certificate. All audited smart contracts are now ready to be deployed in the MintCarbon.io platform.

With Web3 security more critical than ever, developers are encouraged to test and evaluate codes through a third-party security auditor.

Hence, DeepMarkit’s engagement of Quantstamp through FCC is aligned with its goal of ensuring the security of the MintCarbon.io platform for users and stakeholders.

Read the full News Release HERE.

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