Blockchain Security Auditor Hacken has partnered with layer-1 innovative contract platform Radix.
The partnership between Radix and Hacken aims to provide better access and usability of blockchain data for Web3 developers.
The agreement between Radix and Hacken is expected to improve the user experience, market efficiency and network performance of both platforms and the broader crypto community.
The main benefits of the association are to:
- Enable developers to easily access historical and real-time data from the Radix network without needing an archive node or a centralized service provider.
- Allow developers to customize their data pipelines and APIs using Hacken’s ETL query stack, which can also make external API calls to Radix’s APIs.
- Enhance the security, reliability, and scalability of data access and storage using Hacken’s distributed data lake and Radix’s decentralized network.
- Foster innovation and collaboration in the blockchain ecosystem by supporting various decentralized applications and use cases that leverage Radix’s smart contracts and interoperability features.
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Radix is a layer-1 smart contract platform that aims to improve the user and developer experience in Web3 and DeFi. The company was founded in 2013 by Dan Hughes, who wanted to create a scalable and secure platform for decentralized applications.
Hacken is a blockchain security auditor that provides code audits, penetration testing, and bug bounty programs for projects built on various platforms, including Radix. The project was founded in 2017 by Dyma Budorin, who wanted to create a community-driven platform for cybersecurity services. Hacken has a team of over 60 experts and a network of more than 25,000 white hat hackers and security researchers.
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