Go+ Security integrates zkSync ecosystem into the security service
Go+ Security is pleased to announce its integration with zkSync to provide multiple security services to the zkSync ecosystem, including token security API, malicious address API, NFT security API, etc.
Go+ Security is an open, permissionless, user-driven security service platform for all types of blockchain users and its security engine covers Multi-chain with multi-risk dimension detection for crypto projects and ordinary investors.
As a key strategy of Go+ Security, cooperation with public chains aims to back up as many investors in multi-chain crypto markets with security assurance as possible. With more than 1.41 million tokens and 5,000+ dApp contacts detected, Go+ Security API is able to provide fast and accurate contract vulnerability detection results for the token, NFT, and dApp smart contracts within the zkSync ecosystem automatically. And Go+ security API can quickly access third-party application platforms like public chains, non-custodial wallets, DEX, crypto data aggregators, etc.
With the data provided by Go+ Security APIs, zkSync users can protect themselves from malicious activities such as token scams, fake NFTs or interaction with malicious addresses. For example, users can check specific tokens via gopluslabs.io or APIs could be easily implemented to DEX, bridges or data dashboards. It will boost the overall security and user experience of the ecosystem.
zkSync is an open-source Layer-2 blockchain that eliminates Ethereum’s costly gas fees, scaling constraints, and performance barriers using zero-knowledge proofs. Built by a distributed team of leading cryptographers and engineers, zkSync is designed to unlock the full potential of blockchain technology while scaling the core values of Ethereum.
Bootstrapped by initial funding from the Ethereum Foundation, zkSync has powered over 10 million transactions, fuels major web3 applications including Argent and Gitcoin, and recently launched the first EVM compatible zero-knowledge rollup allowing developers to deploy general-purpose applications written in Solidity.