Project Name: SecureLEND
Project Track: DeFi
Team Name: Blockdudes
Team Member(s): 2, @amritj @dhruvjain
DevPost URL: Devpost
Hackers are actively exploiting Blockchain projects and stealing users funds. It is the one of the reason Blockchain is still not adopted by masses.
Hence, we are Building the world’s most secure lending protocol that will detect all these malicious activity and stop them from stealing users funds!
Secure Contract, sUSDT, sUSDJ, Comptroller, Unitroller
Project Website: SecureLEND
Project Test Instructions:
- Switch to Tron Nile Testnet
- Supply to USDT/USDJ Market
- Now, try to withdraw, borrow and repay from the market
Hacks in blockchain are at its peak, more than $5 Billion Dollars are being hacked. More than $800 Billion of assets are in blockchain and a secure system is required protecting these assets and for blockchain to be adopted by masses.
We built SecureLEND to secure these assets from malicious hackers.
What it does
SecureLEND is a lending protocol, that allows users to lend and borrow assets easily using blockchain with the most secure system that can detect malicious activity and stop harmful transaction. Check our docs - https://docs.securelend.xyz
How we built it
Accomplishments that we’re proud of
We built a system that protect assets from malicious hacker and stealing users funds, which will help in faster adoption of blockchain It also stops frontrunners to Front run our users
What’s next for SecureLEND
The current goal is to have it audited and launch it on mainnet. Our plan is to also launch multiple other Secure products.
Watch this presentation to learn more about our protocol
To learn more about us also visit our docs & website -
Website : https://securelend.xyz
Docs : https://docs.securelend.xyz
Video : SecureLEND Overview - YouTube
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