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Venrai attends the inaugural London Blockchain Forum event, a Christmas keynote supper hosted by James Bowater at the Smith & Wollensky restaurant in Covent Garden.
Jason Tucker-Feltham provides an insight into blockchain and smart contract security auditing in an interview recorded by Bull.io at the 2019 CryptoCompare Digital Asset Summit.
Jason Tucker-Feltham suggested to Cointelegraph that U.S. sanctions “have led the country to pursue alternative means of value transfer”, but this may not be the only benefit of digital assets noticed by North Korea.
He went on:
“Economies and central banks for which no US sanctions are in place have expressed interest in developing their own crypto-assets, meaning that the benefits in utilising DLT extends far beyond bypassing traditional payment mechanisms.”
“A former Lehman Brothers banker turned fintech entrepreneur tells The Sociable why fintechs may become some of the biggest banking institutions in the near future.“
“When searching for talent within the cryptocurrency space, surprisingly it doesn’t take long when you have such inspirational figures like Jason Tucker-Feltham at the heart of it all. Jason grabbed our attention when we noticed the exceptional work he is doing as CEO of London Crypto Services coupled with his extensive background within the financial sector. As a frequent public speaker, he takes his knowledge to a wider audience sharing his wisdom with current and or aspiring crypto enthusiasts.“
“With nascent technology, there’s a tendency to ‘move fast and break things’ (to borrow Zuckerberg’s terminology). In the cryptocurrency space, exchange hacks such as those involving Mt.Gox, Coincheck and Bitgrail have been frontrunners to a much longer litany of security failures. Latent innovation and technological advancement are progressive but only to the point where they lead to robust, dependable systems.
With that perennial dark cloud cast over the industry, 150sec spoke with Jason Tucker-Feltham, founder of London Crypto Services (LCS) – a specialist smart contract security auditing firm – to figure out if and how that’s going to change.”
Digital Asset Exchange DACX and Blockchain Security Firm London Crypto Services Announce their Strategic Partnership.
DACX founder & CEO, Zeeshan Chaudhry commented
“I am pleased to announce our recent strategic alignment with LCS. It is imperative for any responsible and compliant exchange platform to have access to such independent security audit & regulatory advisory firms. LCS with its dual offering would collaborate as an additional layer for due diligence and compliance. Blockchain aspects of prospective projects for primary token issuance or secondary trading would undergo independent scrutiny enabling to complete an in-depth evaluation process”
Cryptoasset Exchange ProBit and Blockchain Security Firm London Crypto Services Announce their Strategic Partnership.
ProBit Exchange Director of Partnerships, Ronald Chan shared
“third party security audit companies like LCS play an important role in the development of the Blockchain industry. This is especially so as more Blockchain projects have been increasingly creative in their product development, which may require additional security audits.”
As reported by City AM, LCS attended the 2019 Malta AI & Blockchain Summit. With over 5000 attendees, 300 exhibitors and 700 investors, the event brought together the world’s leading minds in both AI and blockchain industries.
Jason Tucker-Feltham contributes his golden nugget: words of wisdom for aspiring business professionals. Book proceeds will be donated in support of ‘Young Minds’, a charity that helps children with their mental health as part of 1GN’s commitment to youth development.
LCS participates at the inaugural London Blockchain Dinner hosted by Thomas Power, Chairman of 9 Spokes. The event brought together 20 of the UK’s leading blockchain professionals and featured on the bloxlive.tv news network.
Jason Tucker-Feltham, founder & CEO of LCS describes some of the larger crypto hacks that occurred in 2018 and provides an opinion on what can be achieved through improved cryptosecurity.