Pryze and Trustroot partner to secure cryptocurrency sweepstakes

Pryze, a blockchain sweepstakes platform recently announced a new partnership with blockchain security protocol, Trustroot.

This partnership will allow companies who run sweepstakes on the Pryze platform to be fully confident in the validity of their transaction.

With the high rate of fraudulent activity happening within the blockchain community, the addition of Trustroot’s verification will provide customers peace of mind while protecting them from phishing attacks, malware, and other advanced cyber threats.

Pryze utilizes blockchain technology to create a simple and effective solution to an everyday problem. Winning a major prize or funding for your project is a life-changing event for anyone lucky enough to win. Pryze’s dedication is to make this easier by providing a fair, open, cost-effective, and transparent protocol.

“The partnership with Trustroot provides our users increased protection and security when setting up their sweepstake on Pryze. Building a trusted platform is our highest priority, and we are excited to be partnering with Trustroot to keep our customer’s transactions secure.”

Peter Franklin, CEO of Pryze

“The partnership with Pryze is exciting because they are advancing a global sweepstakes business which is currently hampered by overhead costs and complexities. Ensuring the security of sweepstakes transactions advances our goal to create a safer environment for all cryptocurrency users.”

Shayan Zadeh, CEO of Trustroot

Trustroot is a blockchain protocol that protects individuals and businesses from fraud and theft within the cryptocurrency community. The protocol verifies the identity and trustworthiness of the blockchain business users interact with to help avoid scams, phishing attacks, and other fraudulent activity. Learn more about the project at www.trustroot.io.

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