What is Jupiter?
With the computer technologies advancing and flourishing all over the world, hackers are trying to keep pace. They are coming up with new ways to break into devices, systems and storages to steal data or financial assets. The projects and startups are in need of a strong security system in order to keep money and information safe. This is what Jupiter was created for. It is a decentralized platform which applies such innovative technologies as blockchain and artificial intelligence to prevent any types of hacker attacks and exposure of information. Jupiter will be the “bodyguard” of companies and projects, it will also protect common people from theft and online bullying. It has developed unique methods and solutions of preventing three types of attacks:
- External attacks (monitoring system)
- Internal attacks (working index)
- Attacks during the exposure (blockchain)
Jupiter Project is an ICO that protects Japan’s cyber security consisting of Japanese former finance bureaucrats Manabu Matsuda as a leader and former executives of Japanese listed companies.
Advantages of Jupiter
- protection of both companies and individual people
- complex approach to problem solving
- unique solutions and powerful tools
- 24/7 security support
- experienced team
- an outlined roadmap
The intra-platform currency is called Jupiter (JPI) token. It can be used both for service payments and a bit later – for trading. 1 JPI equals 0.000050 ETH. With the total supply of 70 billion coins, 35 billion of them went for sale.The token sale is supported by Ethereum blockchain. Having finished the first round of the sale, the developers are now preparing to put the token on listings and exchanges. The listing is scheduled for this September, and the exchange is decided already. The initial price is expected to be about five times the current price. The project will be interesting for many people. Its ICO is the most popular in Japan and has a very high credit and expectation of users.
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