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NCT

PolySwarm  

#NCT

NCT Price:
$0.011
Volume:
$224.3 K
All Time High:
$0.17
Market Cap:
$16.7 M


Circulating Supply:
1,546,457,129
Exchanges:
5
Total Supply:
1,546,457,129
Markets:
8
Max Supply:
1,885,913,076
Pairs:
4



  NCT PRICE


The price of #NCT today is $0.011 USD.

The lowest NCT price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.011, and the current live price for one NCT coin is $0.01079.

The all-time high NCT coin price was $0.17.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of NCT with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.


  NCT OVERVIEW


The code for PolySwarm crypto currency is #NCT.

PolySwarm is 4.5 years old.


  NCT MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for PolySwarm is $16,685,258.

PolySwarm is ranking downwards to #486, by market cap (and other factors).


  NCT VOLUME


There is a medium daily trading volume on #NCT.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for PolySwarm is $224,281.


  NCT SUPPLY


The circulating supply of NCT is 1,546,457,129 coins, which is 82% of the maximum coin supply.


  NCT BLOCKCHAIN


NCT is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


  NCT EXCHANGES


NCT has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 5 crypto exchanges.

View #NCT trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #NCT purchase.


  NCT RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #NCT, and you can view them on our NCT disambiguation page.


  NCT RESOURCES


Websitepolyswarm.io
Whitepaperpolyswarm.io/polyswarm-whitepaper.pdf
TwitterPolySwarm
Redditr/PolySwarm
Telegrampolyswarm
Mediumpolyswarm


  NCT DEVELOPER NEWS



Partnership: Jiangmin Technology joins the PolySwarm ecosystem

January 24, 2019 PolySwarm announced today its partnership with Jiangmin Technology to further advance its ecosystem of quality malintent detection. Jiangmin will integrate its malware detection engine into the PolySwarm’s network. Jiangmin Antivirus, developed by Jiangmin Security Lab, specializes in malicious files and documents scanning and is compatible with most hardware gateway devices, including NGFW (Next generation firewall), UTM (Unified threat management), and routers to detect malware and spyware on Windows/ Linux platforms. Mainstream security enterprises in the US, Japan, Spain, and Taiwan are leveraging the capabilities of Jiangmin Antivirus. In addition,most leading and professional Chinese firewall/ UTM providers have adopted Jiangmin’s Antivirus software and its malware signature database “I am thrilled to see the partnership with PolySwarm. By joining this emerging security ecosystem, Jiangmin continuously enhances the collaboration with the international market to strengthen the influence on global security market. Becoming one of the leading information security software providers around the world is Jiangmin’s ultimate goal.”, said Nie YongChun, CEO of Jiangmin Technology. With this partnership, PolySwarm continues to expand its open and crowdsourced ecosystem by onboarding new anti-malware engines, allowing them to generate passive income for accurately detecting threats and access a vast stre...




Partnership: NANO Antivirus joins PolySwarm ecosystem

January 16, 2019 PolySwarm announced today its partnership with NANO Antivirus to further advance its ecosystem of quality malintent detection. NANO Antivirus integrated its malware detection engine into the PolySwarm’s network. NANO’s antivirus product provides protection from all types of malware and includes real-time file and network protection and remediation. “The whole idea of a prediction market for malware detection is crazy interesting. This project will bring a current of fresh air into the antimalware industry, we are excited to be a part of PolySwarm ecosystem” said Irina Pamfilova, Chief Business Officer at NANO Security With this partnership,PolySwarm continues to expand its open and crowdsourced ecosystem by onboarding new anti-malware engines, allowing them to generate passive income for accurately detecting threats and access a vast stream of malware samples to improve their products while providing broader, more accurate protection for consumers. “We are very excited to have NANO antivirus join the growing network of PolySwarm’s micro-engines,” said Steve Bassi, PolySwarm CEO. “As the number of powerful security engines in the PolySwarm network expands, so does the coverage against threats, ensuring enterprises are properly fortified against evolving malware.” About NANO Antivirus NANO Security Ltd., is an independent developer of advanced global security solutions. Since its founding in ...




Partnership: Zillya! Antivirus joins PolySwarm ecosystem

January 09, 2019 PolySwarm announced today its partnership with Zillya! antivirus to further advance its ecosystem of quality malintent detection. Zillya! antivirus is now integrating its malware detection engine into the PolySwarm’s network. Zillya!’s antivirus product contains over 15 million malware signatures and an advanced module of proactive protection. It’s signature database gets updated every day. “Zillya! Antivirus is thrilled to partake in a new project that applies the prediction principle in the cybersecurity market, as this is one of the most interesting ideas in this market. We expect that Polyswarm, Zillya!, and other partners will be able to change the world of cybersecurity together.” Vlad Andrianov, Head of of business development department Zillya! Laboratory With this partnership, PolySwarm continues to expand its open and crowdsourced ecosystem by onboarding new anti-malware engines, allowing them to generate passive income for accurately detecting threats and access a vast stream of malware samples to improve their products while providing broader, more accurate protection for consumers. “We are very excited to have Zillya join the growing network of PolySwarm’s micro-engines,” said Steve Bassi, PolySwarm CEO. “As the number of powerful security engines in the PolySwarm network expands, so does the coverage against threats, ensuring enterprises are properly fortified against evolving...




Partnership: Inca Internet Joins PolySwarm ecosystem

January 03, 2019 PolySwarm announced its partnership with Inca Internet to further advance its ecosystem of quality malintent detection. Inca Internet is integrating TACHYON, its new malware detection engine into the PolySwarm’s network. “Threats are increasing every year with new methods to expose vulnerability. PolySwarm brings together intelligence from individual researchers and AV vendors to provide their specialized threat detection expertise through their micro-engines. The increased volume of malware samples and faster feedback on detection will allow us to improve our TACHYON product and prepare for new emerging threats much faster.” Young Suk Jung, CTO of INCA Internet With this partnership, PolySwarm continues to expand its open and crowdsourced ecosystem by onboarding new anti-malware engines, allowing them to generate passive income for accurately detecting threats and access a vast stream of malware samples to improve their products while providing broader, more accurate protection for consumers. “We are very excited to have Tachyon join the growing network of PolySwarm’s micro-engines,” said Steve Bassi, PolySwarm CEO. “As the number of powerful security engines in the PolySwarm network expands, so does the coverage against threats, ensuring enterprises are properly fortified against evolving malware.” About TACHYON TACHYON’, a particle that moves faster than light, is a new INCA Internet ant...




Antiy Labs Joins PolySwarm Network to Protect Enterprises Against Malware

December 19, 2018 Today PolySwarm announced its partnership with Antiy Labs to further advance its ecosystem of quality malintent detection. Antiy will integrate its malware detection engine into the PolySwarm’s network. AVL SDK for Network is Antiy’s commercial product used in document and file scanning for malware, which will be added to the PolySwarm marketplace to further invigorate the rapidly expanding decentralized network that PolySwarm is cultivating. AVL SDK is an antivirus engine that can be used in network devices, including NGFW, UTM, router and so on, to detect malware and spyware on Windows platform. It can effectively discover the potential high-level threats through deep analysis of network traffic with several methods. In network devices, it combines several kinds of information, such as IP address, URL, heads of package and so on, to accurately detect malware from multi-levels of package, stream, file fragment and complete file and find the potential advanced threats. “Considering the existing shortage of talented security experts in the market and the increasingly high costs of R&D, we look forward to expanding our coverage with PolySwarm’s crowdsourced network of specialized security experts, and consuming the marketplace’s threat intelligence feeds” Said Zhiming Tong, Head of Antiy Labs antivirus. With this partnership, PolySwarm continues to expand its open and crowdsourced ecosystem by...




Partnership: Lionic Joins PolySwarm ecosystem

December 14, 2018 PolySwarm announced today its partnership with Lionic to further advance its ecosystem of quality malintent detection. Lionic will integrate its malware detection engine into the PolySwarm’s network. “Combining Lionic’s malware detection and PolySwarm’s blockchain technology is a brand-new, interesting idea.” said Eric Lu, CEO of Lionic corporation. “Deep Packet Inspection is our strength and we are more than happy to see our DPI based malware detection technology expanding beyond network appliances.” With this partnership, PolySwarm continues to expand its open and crowdsourced ecosystem by onboarding new anti-malware engines, allowing them to generate passive income for accurately detecting threats and access a vast stream of malware samples to improve their products while providing broader, more accurate protection for consumers. “We are very excited to have Lionic join the growing network of PolySwarm’s micro-engines,” said Steve Bassi, PolySwarm CEO. “As the number of powerful security engines in the PolySwarm network expands, so does the coverage against threats, ensuring enterprises are properly fortified against evolving malware.” Partnership: Lionic Joins PolySwarm ecosystem was originally published in PolySwarm on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Introducing Stephen Gill: PolySwarm adviser

PolySwarm Adviser — Stephen Gill Stephen Gill is one of PolySwarm’s advisers and the Co-founder, Fellow, and Chief Scientist of Team Cymru, an intelligence company whose technology has scaled to helping millions of users, many Tier 1 ISPs, NSPs, and governments in the fight against cyber crime world-wide. He has over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity in multiple companies including Cisco and IBM. Stephen’s Gill brings to the project his industry expertise, business acumen and connections to help scale PolySwarm’s marketplace and shape the product offering. We sat down with him and asked him a few questions to better understand his take on PolySwarm’s edge. Enjoy! Q: How did you find out about PolySwarm and what interested you about it? A: I learned about Polyswarm after their ICO and thought it was unique that they were building on a decentralized model of threat intel sharing and distribution. Since I had personally developed an in house Antivirus aggregation system with over 36 engines many years ago I thought it would be interesting to see how I might be able to lend a hand. Q: What key industry problems is PolySwarm addressing within the cyber security space? A: Polyswarm is aiming to make the access to quality threat intelligence more economical, accurate, and complete. In the first phase they are tackling Antivirus results and aiming to increase the adoption of micro-engines which are specialize...




Partnership: K7 Security Joins the PolySwarm ecosystem

November 29th, 2018 PolySwarm, announced today its partnership with K7 Security to further advance its ecosystem of quality malintent detection. K7 Security will integrate its malware detection engine into the PolySwarm’s network and will participate as an Arbiter as well. K7 Security’s cyber threat detection expertise, honed over decades, is encapsulated in K7’s micro-engines which will be instrumental in helping to establish ground truth, as one of the first Arbiters, when verifying the claims of experts in the larger cyber community. K7 Security micro-engines will also weigh in with independently qualified assertions about various cyber threats, further contributing to the pool of threat intelligence data. “The PolySwarm network is a highly innovative concept that decentralizes the evaluation of myriad cybersecurity threats,” said Kesavardhanan Jayaraman, K7 Security CEO. “This ecosystem actively engages and rewards talented cyber experts with disparate specialized skill sets from around the world who would otherwise not have had opportunities to contribute to global cyber safety.” With this partnership, PolySwarm continues to expand its open and crowdsourced ecosystem by onboarding new anti-malware engines, enabling them to generate passive income by accurately detecting threats and to access a vast stream of malware samples to improve their products while providing broader, more accurate protection for co...




Release: PolySwarm Gamma (v0.3)

PolySwarm Hive (testnet), community-developed microengines, searchable worker registry, and assertion confidentiality.. — The PolySwarm team is thrilled to announce the immediate availability of PolySwarm Gamma — the last major release before Stable (v1.0)! This release we’ve been focused on PolySwarm’s market participants (ambassadors and microengine developers) — so beyond delivering on the road map, we’re excited to share some of the progress we’ve made:We’re in various stages of integrating a dozen engines into the Hive testnet! These are engines from small to midsize AV companies as well as three independent researchers. This is exciting! We’ll be making joint announcements introducing these initial participants in the coming weeks.The PolySwarm grant program is humming along. We’ve received (and funded 3 so far) some fantastic ideas! If you have a great idea for detecting malware, we want to hear it. If we agree it’s a cool idea, we will give you a minimum of $5000 USD to build it. You retain copyright and intellectual property — you just have to run the microengine on the PolySwarm network. Apply here.We are constantly improving developer documentation and making it easier for micro-engine developers to focus on detecting malware. Let’s get into the Gamma details, but first a quick word about the “hacker summer camp”!PolySwarm in Vegas for BlackHat USA & DEF CONGo ...




I’m a Woman in Cybersecurity: A Code Lover’s Story

From MIT to founding a company, Raluca fell in love with the magic of cybersecurity, and she still loves it today.. — I am undoubtedly in love with cybersecurity.I teach cybersecurity to the 600 students in my class at UC Berkeley.I also run a cybersecurity research group at UC Berkeley.Additionally, I co-founded a cybersecurity company called PreVeil. But let me tell you that my love for this field is not merely subjective. Cybersecurity is a uniquely beautiful and rewarding discipline of computer science. While theoretical disciplines in computer science feature beautiful and deep results, they rarely get adopted in the real world. Conversely, while applied disciplines of computer science build innovative new systems, they often lack a deep analytical core. Cybersecurity provides the best of both worlds. For example, one of the core tools of cybersecurity is cryptography. It can do magic. For example, cryptography allows you to compute on data you cannot see (see homomorphic encryption), or to prove that you know the solution to a hard problem without revealing the solution (see zero-knowledge proofs). At the same time, cybersecurity targets real and important problems facing society, such as the numerous cases of data breaches, identity theft and privacy violations which abound in our daily news. Building better security systems often involves designing cryptographic protocols and then engineering systems to lever...



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