DeepMarkit Engages Quantstamp for Security Assessment Services

DeepMarkit Engages Quantstamp for Security Assessment Services

The Company’s Choice of Quantstamp is Driven by the Goal of Maximizing the Enhancement of the Codebase Security in its Platform

Calgary, Canada – June 17, 2022 / CNW / – DeepMarkit Corp., (“DeepMarkit” or the “Company”) (TSXV: MKT) (OTC: MKTDF) (FRA: DEP), a company focused on transitioning the global carbon offset market to the more accessible digital economy by minting credits into non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”), is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, First Carbon Corp. (“FCC”), has engaged Quantstamp, Inc. (“Quantstamp”) via a Statement of Work (the “SOW” or “Agreement”) to provide security assessment services related to FCC’s platform (the “Platform”) as well as to enhance codebase security.

Pursuant to the SOW, Quantstamp will provide the resources needed to perform a security assessment of the Platform’s codebase over a 90-day period. Should any security issues be discovered, Quantstamp will provide findings and options for DeepMarkit and FCC to consider in order to rewrite the code. FCC’s obligations under the Agreement are to be responsible for providing access to personnel, content, resources, systems and information as may be needed by Quantstamp to perform the proper assessments and to carry out any improvements.

“We are excited to announce our engagement of Quantstamp to review and ultimately enhance the platform’s codebase security. It’s a wise investment in our technology and in our competitive strategy to ensure that our products and ideas are well designed and protected. We continue to develop the platform and are also considering other new innovations to enhance the global carbon offset credit and renewable energy certificate markets,” said Ranjeet Sundher, Chief Executive Officer of DeepMarkit.

Quantstamp is a leader in blockchain security and its mission is to secure the decentralized internet. To date, it has protected over $200 billion in digital asset risk from hackers. Start-ups, foundations and other enterprises work with Quantstamp to protect their innovative ideas and products. Quantstamp’s services include securing Layer 1 blockchains, securing smart contract powered NFT and DeFi applications as well as developing financial primitives for Layer 1 blockchain ecosystems. With Web3 security more critical than ever, developers are encouraged to test and evaluate codes by engaging with an established third-party security auditor.1 Therefore, DeepMarkit’s engagement of Quantstamp through FCC is aligned with its goal of ensuring the security of the Platform for users and stakeholders.

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DeepMarkit Corp. is a company focused on democratizing access to the voluntary carbon offset market by minting credits into NFTs. Its common shares are listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the “MKT” stock symbol. FCC is a software infrastructure company operating in the tokenization vertical of the blockchain. FCC's primary asset,, is a web-based, software-as-a-service platform that facilitates the minting of carbon credits into NFTs (based on the ERC-1155 standard) or other secure tokens (based on the ERC-20 standard). is currently undergoing testing and FCC anticipates an official launch of the platform in the near future.

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Ranjeet Sundher, Interim CEO

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1. “How to Ensure Web3 Security”, by Steve Ellis, Office1, June 1, 2022,