TokenMarket does not work with or advise on this project - Please read the disclaimer and risk warning before proceeding further.
This offer is based on information provided solely by the offeror and other publicly available information. The token sale or exchange event is entirely unrelated to TokenMarket and TokenMarket has no involvement in it (including any technical support or promotion). Token sales listed from persons that TokenMarket has no relationship with are shown only to help customers keep track of the activity taking place within the overall token sector. This information is not intended to amount to advice on which you should rely. You must obtain professional or specialist advice or carry out your own due diligence before taking, or refraining from, any action on the basis of the content on our site. Any terms and conditions entered into by contributors in respect of the acquisition of Tokens are between them and the issuer of the Token and TokenMarket is not the seller of such Tokens. TokenMarket has no legal responsibility for any representations made by third parties in respect of any Token sale and any claim for breach of contract must also be made directly against the Token issuing entity listed herein. Please refer to our website terms and conditions.
Please refer to our website terms and conditions and also review our Sector Risk Warnings page. If you have any concerns about the nature, propriety or legality of this token sale or the persons involved in it please contact email@example.com with detailed information about your concerns.
The goal of REMME is to build a distributed Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) management on top of the x.509 standard using Blockchain. It's the security-focused solution for authentication of employees, customers and smart devices, that lets businesses protect user accounts from stealing and provides secure access to sensitive data. Instead of a password, REMME provides a specific SSL certificate for each device and browser. The certificate data is managed on Blockchain, so a fake certificate will never work. Inbuilt 2FA options are based on widely spread apps and work with bots, developed for the most popular messenger apps. Instead of messangers, a dedicated mobile app could be used for 2FA according to internal security policies.
A Deep Dive into Public Key Infrastructure · 2 days ago
Proof-of-Service Consensus Algorithm Overview · 5 days ago
Total 74 posts.
Alex Momot - CEO & Founder
Taras Emelyanenko - CTO
Kate Pospelova - CMO & Co-founder
Yaroslav Pishta - Scala Engineer
Anatolii Padenko - Junior Smart Contract Engineer
Zoya Danilina - Social Media Specialist
Jan Keil - Business Development Adviser
Nick Bilogorskiy - Security Adviser
Mykola Ilin - Security Adviser
|Country of origin||(data missing)|