Real estate on the blockchain is a much safer tech alternative than the current industry practices. Even so, there are still security concerns regarding cryptocurrency transfers that cannot be avoided. Scammers are coming up with new ways to compromise email and social media accounts to intercept wallet addresses, replacing them with their own. Thankfully,
Real Estate on the Blockchain: Making Cryptocurrency Transfers Safe
To solve the aforementioned problems and secure the transactions,
From there, the newly issued certificate is signed by the certificate authority (CA). Both the CA’s certificate and the user’s certificate is linked to a certificate chain. X.509 certificates cannot be changed without breaking the certificate chain. Hence, it is completely safe to share them, even over a compromised network.
Real Estate on the Blockchain: Your Cryptocurrency Is Safe with Certificate Chain Security
How can anything be safe on a compromised network? Of course, when designing any security system, it is vital to assume that the system can be compromised at any moment. Therefore, one must build strong countermeasures to eliminate that. In
Propy Makes Cryptocurrency Safe for Real Estate on the Blockchain
Fraud and theft are human behavior. We can never eliminate this behavior. However, due to its advancements,