New Partnership: BITBERRY Partners with Sentinel Protocol to Deliver Crypto Asset Scam Protection


Seoul, South Korea, 4 March, 2019 — Today Sentinel Protocol announces a new partnership with BITBERRY, a South Korean crypto wallet that was launched by Dunamu’s subsidiary, Rootone Soft. Dunamu is the brains behind Upbit, one of South Korea’s largest crypto exchange.

As partners, they will deliver crypto asset scam protection along with a secure user experience. This partnership will facilitate the integration of Sentinel Protocol’s crypto scam protection solution, UPPward Chrome/Firefox extensions, and the Interactive Cooperation Framework API (ICF API). These solutions aim to help crypto wallet services and exchanges prevent malicious attacks and scams. This will also ensure that BITBERRY’s wallet users are secured and well-protected from fraudulent transactions and malicious threats.

The main focus of BITBERRY’s wallet services is the protection of customers’ digital assets. With BITBERRY running the ICF API, users would be immediately notified anytime a recipient’s wallet address gets blacklisted in Sentinel Protocol’s crowdsourced Threat Reputation Database (TRDB).

“BITBERRY has the same level of security as the Upbit crypto exchange. The company recently completed a code review with world-leading whitehat hacker teams, Theori. We also have a security system that separates crypto assets from the Internet using cold wallets. While making transactions, it is difficult for users to determine whether or not wallet addresses they transact with are fraudulent or are being used for money laundering purposes. Using Sentinel Protocol’s security solutions allows us to verify a recipient’s address in real time, as if we had ‘hidden surveillance,” said Ross Jang, CEO of RootOne Soft, who provides BITBERRY’s wallet services.

“As malicious attacks evolve and become more sophisticated, it is vital to protect end users while they transact online. Sentinel Protocol believes that partnerships with wallet services will raise awareness on the importance of security in the crypto markets. When it comes to resolving security issues, traditional approaches no longer work these days. Our novel approach involves crowdsourced security intelligence. Nothing is more powerful than a community committed to combat fraud and scams,” said Patrick Kim, CEO and Founder of Sentinel Protocol.

About Sentinel Protocol

Sentinel Protocol is the world’s first crowd-sourced threat intelligence platform utilizing the advantages of decentralization to protect cyberspace with blockchain security. It aims to equip individuals and organizations with cybersecurity solutions that help protect their valuable cryptocurrency assets from malicious threats, attacks, and fraudulent transactions. Sentinel Protocol is headquartered in Singapore and has offices in Seoul, South Korea, and Tokyo, Japan. Follow Sentinel Protocol on Telegram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Medium.

About Rootone Soft/BITBERRY

BITBERRY is an integrated wallet solution offering a personal cryptocurrency wallet and enterprise solutions. It is easy and convenient to send cryptocurrency with the KakaoTalk account, which is the biggest messenger in Korea, and Google account login. It also provides a business-friendly cryptocurrency PG solution that supports compensation and payment of cryptocurrency. Rootone Soft, which provides Bitberry service, is a subsidiary of Dunamu operating Upbit, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in Korea.


Great news :slight_smile:


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This I say to the fact that such a company as Sentinel Protocol is clearly underestimated. On the example of Coca Cola, I wanted to say that no matter how bad things were not the company in those years, it continued to work and deliver goods to many stores. Also, with the cryptocurrency. Someone inflates and clearly lies about the capabilities of their company, and the Sentinel Protocol team once again proves that it works hard and enters into partnership agreements. Such as “BITBERRY”. The project of the team is in demand and this is only the beginning.


Will “BITBERRY” recommend the installation of Upward to its users?


As of now they will use the ICF API to notify users of blacklisted address.

Uppward is currently only available in Chrome and Firefox :slight_smile: