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knowledge and tools needed to desing and implement digital cleanrooms

I wanted to know what are the infractures and tools needed to design a digital cleanroom (consisting design to implementation)?

What aspects of cryptography and security are needed (authenticated encyprion, digital signatures,…)? Does it contain anything from primitive level of cryptography? How much it relies on hardware knowledge?

One more question is: Are the trusted execution environments a tool to reach the trust in digital clean rooms? Does it play a key role?


Digital cleanrooms: Digital cleanrooms are platforms to form trust between end users and retailers. They are needed for ownership, and a guarantee to do what they are supposed to (the product can be considered the output of a function f)

MEXC Global Activates Its ‘Investor Protection Fund’ To Compensate Dragoma Users

MEXC Global, a leading digital trading platform, has activated the Investor Protection Fund following the recent abnormal price fluctuation experienced by the Polygon Network ecosystem project Dragoma (DMA). A few days ago, DMA fell sharply from 0.85 USDT after listing on MEXC. At its peak, the DMA token reached $1.78 before tumbling down to lose::Listen

MEXC Global Activates Its 'Investor Protection Fund' To Compensate Dragoma Users

MEXC Global, a leading digital trading platform, has activated the Investor Protection Fund following the recent abnormal price fluctuation experienced by the Polygon Network ecosystem project Dragoma (DMA).

A few days ago, DMA fell sharply from 0.85 USDT after listing on MEXC. At its peak, the DMA token reached $1.78 before tumbling down to lose 99.8% of its value. MEXC immediately suspended DMA/USDT trading due to abnormal on-chain transactions. In addition, MEXC canceled the Dragoma Deposit Event. However, while MEXC manages to close related trading activities, some users still incurred certain losses.

MEXC has withdrawn funds from the MEXC Investor Protection Fund to compensate users. These funds were used to purchase USDT potion airdrops for the affected users. Notably, the affected users needed to meet the compensation benefits rules, including having traded DMA/USDT from 21:00 on August 7th to 09:20 on August 8th on MEXC. Notably, MEXC has already completed the distribution process for all users that met these qualifications.

In addition to the compensation, MEXC has also delisted Dragoma (DMA) trading pairs. However, withdrawal for DMA has been activated with MEXC, encouraging users to make withdrawals as soon as possible.

Launched in 2018, MEXC currently has over 7 million users. The platform offers numerous services, including contact, spot, NFT index, leveraged ETF, and more. MEXC has always prioritized users’ protection by maintaining high standards of transparency within its community.

With this in mind, the team behind the project set up the MEXC Investor Protection Fund to help investors who suffer losses due to the platform or other factors in the market. The fund was created initially from the handling fee on the platform; however, the platform later injected 20% of other income. The USDT airdrops will compensate the affected users and help protect other users within the community.

Dragoma is a project based on the Polygon Network and was listed on MEXC through the MEXC community recommendation. Dragoma is a Web3 lifestyle sports application created with ScialFi and GameFi elements. MEXC has used community recommendation listing before for projects like SHIB and PEOPLE, which have since done well.

knowledge and tools needed to desing and implement digital cleanrooms

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