Tagged: software testing

Pakistani Payments Fintech SadaPay Explains How they Minimize End-to-End Testing to Build Seamless Apps

Eli Mydlarz, Head of Engineering at Pakistani Fintech SadaPay, has noted that his firm likes to get feedback as fast and early as possible, so they can’t depend on end-to-end testing while creating financial software applications. Eli wrote in a blog post, earlier this month,… Read More

Brett McLain from Kraken Explains how Digital Asset Firm Extensively Tests Products Before Offering them to Clients

Brett McLain, Director of Engineering – Crypto, Fiat, Staking at digital assets firm Kraken, notes that if you’re interested in digital currencies, payments, or staking and want to help create the financial system of the future, then you may be glad to know that the… Read More

Fintech Software Testing Solution Provider, Exactpro, to Expand Operations into Lithuania, Sri Lanka

Exactpro, an independent provider of software testing solutions for “mission-critical” financial technology, will establish new subsidiaries in Lithuania as well as Sri Lanka. Alexey Zverev, Co-CEO and Co-founder at Exactpro, notes that it’s been a great honor for the company to serve its customers globally… Read More

Yearn Finance, a Group of Products Managing $3.75B+ in Capital, Launches DeFi Bug Bounty with Immunefi

Yearn Finance, a group of products managing more than $3.75 billion worth of capital that allow users to “optimize” their earnings on crypto-assets via lending and trading services, revealed on July 1, 2021, that it has launched its bounty program with Immunefi, which is one… Read More

AI and Machine Learning Network Fetch.ai to Launch Incentivized Testnet Program on October 22, 2020

AI and machine learning network Fetch.ai is inviting developers and software testers to take part in its incentivized testnet program – which will be launching next week on October 22, 2020. The Fetch.ai team noted that their goal is to develop the infrastructure needed for… Read More

Ethereum 2.0 Development Going Steady with Ethereum Foundation Introducing “Attack Networks” Bounty Program for Hackers for Testing Purposes

The Ethereum Foundation, an organization that supports the ongoing development of Ethereum (ETH), the largest blockchain-based network for building decentralized applications (dApps), has introduced several public “attack networks” for Ethereum 2.0, which is based on existing stable clients of the smart contract platform. These attack… Read More