THE STORY ABOUT FTXFUND AND THE “BRAIN” BEHIND IT
FTX Fund is founded by a team of independent experts in algorithmic and manual asset management methods, with excellent leadership, and a team of technicians with years of experience in research and development of blockchain security technology, artificial intelligence, financial transaction platform, and payment technology
The man behind the entire operation is Daniel Pearl, who has had twenty-six years of solid operational experience working in the financial sector. He is incredibly well-versed in Blockchain technology, as he has been a specialist dealing with the matter for over four years, working with Blockchain, distributed ledger, and all-around familiar with the entire cryptocurrency industry. Daniel has taken up roles as both engineering and technological experts.
The FTXFund Platform
Daniel set out to accomplish a simple goal: creating a platform that incorporates many aspects of decentralized trading, providing the most comprehensive and comfortable user experience. With FTXFund, his team combined the intelligence of AI Trading, the community of a business social network, the power of a decentralized cryptocurrency/digital token, and the freedom of e-commerce into a single decentralized exchange.
Being a decentralized P2P platform, FTXFund brings security to its users not from any centralized means but from its community of traders and miners. All transactions on FTXF go through a network of independent computers to verify and confirm their legitimacy. These transactions are permanently recorded on the Blockchain network, which, in this case, is run using the ERC20 standard.
Licensed in Germany
The FTXFund Decentralized Exchange is in the process of completing its application for an audit license issued by Chainsulting. Chainsulting is a German auditing company, which is also among the world’s Top 5 license providers.
In order to secure a license from Chainsulting, FTXFund must pass a rigorous testing process, including:
- Certificate of Compliance
- Full Report & Recommendations
- Automated Vulnerability Tests (Mythril, Slither, Oyente, MythX, Solhint, HoneyBadger, etc.)
- Manual Security Tests (SWC-Registry, Overflow, etc.)
- Coding Conventions Tests
- Function and Logic Tests
All of these are to ensure a safe and secure platform.