Blockchain platform FLETA has partnered with CertiK, a leading blockchain security auditor. The partnership agreement started to be discussed since April 2019 when FLETA’s smart contract audit was verified with a high score of 99 out of 100. Not only do both companies expect FLETA’s blockchain infrastructure to be reinforced, but they also plan to offer effective security service to blockchain projects in FLETA’s ecosystem.
CertiK is a blockchain and smart contract audit platform, led by prestigious experts and computer engineers including Dr. Zhong Shao, a professor of computer science at Yale and Dr. Ronghui Gu, an assistant professor of computer science at Columbia University. It has audited more than 175 projects and cooperated with many top companies of the industry such as Ethereum Foundation, IBM, and Universal Protocol and well-known exchanges like Binance, and OKEx.
FLETA is a blockchain platform that offers a fast and stable service with reasonable fees to both developers and users so that it can create a user-friendly ecosystem. It aims to solve problems that existing platforms have such as slow speeds, scalability limitation, and excessive fees. FLETA has developed outstanding blockchain technologies like Independent multi-chain Structure, Block Redesign, and PoF (Proof-of-Formulation) which is its own consensus algorithm.
Paul Park, CEO of FLETA, said, “FLETA’s advanced blockchain technology and its stabilityhae been verified by CertiK, one of the world’s best blockchain security companies.” He also added, “As a blockchain platform, security is something that we never compromise. This FLETA-CertiK partnership will allow both DApp developers and users to use the blockchain platform with high-quality security.”
Meanwhile, FLETA plans to launch its mainnet in August after it successfully launched its testnet in last March. Through the testnet launch in March, FLETA demonstrated its performances by achieving 10,000 average TPS and 15,000 peak TPS with 6 core CPU.