With A Solid Foundation of Security, CoinEx Smart Chain Facilitates the Stable Development of the Ecosystem

  1. External threats — Threats from outside the project. External attackers usually take advantage of vulnerabilities in technology or operations to sneak into internal systems through hacking or social engineering attacks, and steal funds and valuable information or make projects fail.
  2. Internal threats — Internal threats include project teams absconding with funds, scams, and internal leaks. These threats are more difficult to defend, and the investigation is much more complicated.

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A public chain built for the decentralized exchange. Website: www.coinex.org Telegram: t.me/CoinExChain

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CoinEx Smart Chain

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A public chain built for the decentralized exchange. Website: www.coinex.org Telegram: t.me/CoinExChain

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