PRESS RELEASE. Panther Protocol has partnered with StackOS, a decentralized cloud protocol, to provide privacy and privacy tools.
As a meta-protocol that focuses on end-to-end data protection for all digital assets, Panther is from great interest for practically all DeFi users who want to benefit from personal financial data Protection and confidential cryptocurrency transactions. Panther zAssets are 1: 1 secured representations of the underlying assets they represent, giving users all the benefits of private transactions in this emerging type of investment.
As part of the partnership agreement, Panther Protocol’s DeFi data protection services will be provided in StackOS ‘decentralized cloud. This can be done in a few minutes via the user-friendly interface after the applications have been converted into containers. Applications running on StackOS become unstoppable and more secure as the infrastructure is automatically maintained, eliminating DevOps costs.
Panther Protocol CEO and Co-Founder Oliver Gale comments:
“We are excited to work with StackOS and its innovative platform. StackOS is a leader in containerized application delivery. This partnership will support the further development of data protection and data protection tools. “
StackOS.io is a decentralized cloud protocol on which full-stack applications can be provided anonymously and securely. Coupled with the Panther Protocol, which provides fully secured digital assets to enhance privacy, both platforms can leverage each other’s technologies to give StackOS users complete anonymity and make Panther’s services unstoppable.
Vishnu Korde, CEO and Chief Architect of StackOS, says:
“Currently, every payment on the platform with $ STACK tokens is public via the Ethereum chain. The transactions are now made private using Panther’s technology, which makes payments for cloud resources and apps in the App Store completely anonymous. We welcome this great combination of our technologies to provide real benefits to both users. “
StackOs will soon be rolling out NFTs on its platform. Currently, NFTs are public as they are on a public ETH chain, but StackOS will use Panther’s service to encrypt the NFT data, making NFT interaction private within the StackOS platform.
Via the Panther Protocol
Panther Protocol is an end-to-end data protection protocol for DeFi. Panther provides DeFi users with fully secured digital assets for privacy enhancement, leveraging crypto-economic incentives and zkSNARK’s technology. Users can shape zero-knowledge zAssets by depositing digital assets from any blockchain in Panther vaults. zAssets are becoming an ever-growing asset class for users who want their transactions and strategies the way they should always be: private.
Stay in contact: telegram | Twitter | LinkedIn | website | medium | Blog
StackOS is a cross-chain open protocol that enables individuals and organizations to share their computing resources and jointly offer a decentralized cloud; where developers around the world can deploy any full stack application, decentralized app, private blockchain networks and main network nodes.
It aims to bring “The Unstoppable Infrastructure Protocol” to the world, which will allow anyone around the world to deploy their application without high cloud management costs and freely run any application they want to run. StackOS is also intended to help stationary companies around the world to go online inexpensively and securely with minimal technical effort.
StackOS gained traction very early on in the market and is shortly preparing to release its native STACK token on the mainnet for the general public to use and manage.
Twitter | telegram | Demonstration video | Explanatory video | website | Apply (Early Access)
This is a press release. Readers should do their own due diligence before taking any action in relation to the advertised company or any of its affiliates or services. Bitcoin.com is not responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use or reliance on any content, goods or services mentioned in the press release.
Photo credits: Shutterstock, Pixabay, Wiki Commons