We got rid of the dated hot wallet architecture and built a safer wallet system called W.A.S.P for handling deposits, withdrawals, and the storage of user funds.
The Wallet Arbitrator and Secure Protection program, or W.A.S.P, is the latest in wallet security. We removed the risk of a hot wallet while keeping all its benefits in terms of avoiding slow manual withdrawals from a cold wallet. The WASP does a few key things different than other exchanges.
Our user’s funds are kept in an undisclosed secure location away from the exchange platform itself and never accessible to the outside world. The server in which W.A.S.P and wallets reside have all incoming connections turned off or blocked.
The W in WASP stands for wallets which are self-explanatory. We will house our crypto wallets and they will be utilized by the WASP.
The A stands for the arbitrator. The WASP will act as an intelligent AI that will gather withdrawal and deposit requests and validate them utilizing AI to look for any maleficient withdrawals and invalidate them. It will also safeguard the server as well monitor all internet traffic. If at any point there is malicious activity captured on the server it will immediately shut all wallets down and notify top-level employees preventing theft of funds. AI has come a long way, and it now allows us to mimic the abilities of a top security expert monitoring our servers around the clock without a second of rest.
The Secure Protection is something that piggybacks off the arbitrator AI. It learns and monitors everything while adapting as new security standards emerge. This system also has full text and email notification system for top-level employees. Fund transfers can be halted quickly in the event of extreme circumstances such as forced theft attempts through kidnapping.
Besides our sophisticated WASP system, we utilize standard forms of security to maintain good practice. Wallets are strongly typed password encrypted, and all wallets have separate passwords. Multi-signature recovery and company architecture procedures are in place in the event that top-level employ(s) die or are incapacitated.