Uppsala Security’s RSS Feed Now Integrated with Crypto.com

Uppsala Security, a provider of security tools and services for Crypto AML/CTF, Transaction Risk Management, Regulatory Compliance, Transaction Tracking, and Cyber Security recently announced the integration of its RSS news feed with Crypto.com’s Uppsala Security Price Page.

Via this integration, Crypto.com users may directly access Uppsala Security’s updates for the latest real-time information related to the project and “its activity in cybersecurity, AML/CTF and blockchain.”

As a secure and regulated platform, Crypto.com is an example of a “trustworthy” source through which global projects are “able to, among other options, step-up the communication with their audience.”

The ecosystem created by Crypto.com with its extensive features, products and applications will also aim to “benefit from accelerated access to the latest [updates] from Uppsala Security related to regulatory compliance, adoption-ready transaction tracking solutions and effective risk assessment solutions.”

The focus on such topics shown by the projects “creates synergies leading to better informed decentralized communities and accelerates progress towards groundbreaking real-world changes.”

Established in 2016, Crypto.com has expanded into “a fully-fledged and well-known international cryptocurrency hub in just a few short years.”

Its crypto ecosystem “consists of the Crypto.com App, Crypto.com Exchange, Crypto.com DeFi Wallet, DeFi Swap, Crypto.com Visa Cards, Crypto Earn, Crypto Credit, Price Page, NFT marketplace, Ethereum Gas Fees Tracker, and many other services.”

Crypto.com works with regulatory institutions and aims “to bring you the most convenient way to buy, sell, trade, and spend cryptocurrencies.”

The Crypto.com App “allows users to buy over 100 top cryptocurrencies at true cost, to earn high interest on their crypto, to manage their Crypto.com Visa Card, and to easily make crypto payments, along with many other rewarding features.”

The company’s Crypto.com DeFi Wallet “is non-custodial, so users can have full control of their private keys.”

As noted in the update, Uppsala Security built Sentinel Protocol, the first crowdsourced Threat Intelligence Platform “powered by artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, and machine learning.”

Supporting the framework is a team of cybersecurity professionals who have “developed an award-winning suite of advanced tools and services for Crypto AML/CFT, Transaction Risk Management (KYC/KYT), Transaction Tracking, Regulatory Compliance, and Cybersecurity enabling organizations of every type and size to protect their crypto assets from malicious attacks and scams while meeting stringent regulatory compliance standards.”

Uppsala Security has more than 2,000 users “including government agencies, financial institutions and leading enterprises providing crypto exchanges, payment services, wallets, custodial services, gaming, and fintech solutions.”

Uppsala Security is headquartered in Singapore, and “has branch offices in Seoul, South Korea and Tokyo, Japan.”

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