Why Crypto Exchanges get hacked, who tends to be behind it, and how this can be prevented.

Updated: Jun 1


Finding it hard to trust? Why Crypto Exchanges get hacked, who tends to be behind it, and how this can be prevented.


$2.5m is the amount lost, stolen or mysteriously disappears from crypto exchanges collectively on a daily basis.


Leading security experts Hartej Sawhney from Zokyo and Benjamin Whitby from Qredo discuss smart contract flaws, vectors of attack, what's scaring institutions from entering the space and how Qredo is deploying MPC to allay their fears.


Crypto Curry Live! Is a new series of discussions with Blockchain’s industry leaders and a healthy dose of interaction from YOU! Tired of sales pitches dressed up as podcasts, Ryan Hanley (previous TokenMarket) & Erica Stanford ( Founder of CCC) are asking the big questions uncensored, unedited and with full audience participation.



Meet Hartej:

Hartej Sawney (he/him) is a crypto investor, advisor, and operator, with a strong knowledge of blockchain engineering, blockchain security, decentralized finance (DeFi), and NFT’s.


As an industry pioneer, Sawhney has played a key role in elevating standards in the digital asset ecosystem and introducing products and services that set the industry benchmark for security, transparency, and compliance. His efforts have been recognized as paving the way for the ongoing institutionalization of the industry.


When he's not thinking about crypto or building startups, you'll find him designing clothing, curating music, hosting private events, hiking, and dabbling in the art world.

Connect with Hartej:

LinkedIn

Twitter


Visit Zokyo:

www.zokyo.io



Meet Benjamin:

Benjamin Whitby is a Regulatory Conduct and Financial Crime - Crypto Specialist. Focused on shaping and delivering industry leading solutions, business ‎change and growth through strategic positioning due to regulatory changes and leading edge technology solutions.‎

Connect with Benjamin:

LinkedIn

Twitter


Visit Qredo:

www.qredo.com

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