We are pleased to announce that Xank has signed an MOU with Kennesaw State University’s Information and Intelligent Security Laboratory (IIS Lab). Through this partnership, Xank and IIS will collaborate for the research and development of Xank’s blockchain.
Kennesaw State University is an American university located in Atlanta, Georgia. With over 38,000 students, the university is the second largest in the state of Georgia. The university’s College of Computing and Software Engineering has over 3,500 students, with 1,400 in the department of computer science. Kennesaw State’s IIS Lab develops and applies cryptographic tools to address security and privacy issues in decentralized blockchain applications. The team also conducts research to improve the efficiency and scalability of the blockchain, as well as detecting malware traffic and preventing privacy attacks.
Xank and IIS Lab will collaborate in the research and development of Xank’s blockchain, which places a heavy emphasis on stability, scalability, privacy, and decentralization. Professor Junggab Son, director of IIS lab, said, “IIS Lab and Xank are a good fit in that we are both passionate about advancing blockchain technology. I hope our teams can work in partnership to make great breakthroughs in this arena.”
Xank’s CEO Ryu said, “The Xank team is excited to have found a partner that shares our goal and vision for a better blockchain. Xank believes in a decentralized future, and I hope we can work together to bring that future closer to reality.”
We are looking forward to what we can achieve in partnership with Kennesaw State University’s IIS Lab.0