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Cube for Google Android Auto and collaboration with Palo Alto Networks

Cube and Palo Alto Networks predicted that there would be a change in the automotive OS in the future as Google launches "Android Auto" the OS for the automobile.
http://www.edaily.co.kr/news/news_detail.asp?newsId=02683046619273208&mediaCodeNo=257&OutLnkChk=Y

Therefore, we are working on a solution to prevent malicious attacks on Android and Android Auto in connected cars and autonomous vehicles.

In the automotive market, we predict that Android will eventually dominate OS.
Please support the CUBE which is the fastest moving in this market ~~~!
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We are happy to announce that the CUBE has conducted a character design contest worldwide. More than 50 designers participated in the competition, and we finally decided the following character designs. CUBE appreciates everyone who contested the design contest :).








June 2018 Monthly Report

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CUBE's June's 2018 Monthly Report. 
1) June 12, 2018
This was a collaboration meeting for the security and data CUBE CEO Richard Biggs, Managing Director Robert Cooke, etc. Our four people had a cooperation meeting with a major global car manufacturer. The meeting was successful. Global automotive company development meeting in Frankfurt, Germany businesses, and decided to hold a second working meeting on cooperation.
2) June 14, 2018
Japanese partner visits CUBE.  Business cooperation meeting for CUBE’s Japan market.
3) June 21, 2018
OKEx’s Thailand Worldwide Meetup Presentation. CUBE's Robert Cooke introduced the project and CUBE's plans  Among lots of OKEx listed coin, OKEx selected the only CUBE as a sole presenter. It shows how much OKEx is evaluating CUBE’s future potential.
4) June 21, 2018
Notification about acquiring Cube's AUTO tokens CUBE INTELLIGENCE LTD has decided to purchase the token and the total volume of token purchasing will be 12,000,000 AUTO token…

Peer-to-peer car sharing: avoiding the hidden risks

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Economical, accessible and private, car sharing is fast-becoming a popular means of getting around comfortably, for those who find it more convenient to borrow a car rather than own one. In fact, 6 million individuals are already using communal cars and that figure will top 18 billion by 2025.
But for peer-to-peer car sharing to become a reality, a secure solution is necessary to protect users from payment fraud and ensure their cars are not damaged or stolen. The best answer is a mix of connectivity and immutable blockchain security.
Processing payments safely
Fundamentally, peer-to-peer car sharing is a business deal made between strangers. This has many benefits, such as flexibility and autonomy, but its impersonal and informal nature can create opportunities for fraud. So to keep transactions secure, an incorruptible processing method is vital — which is exactly what blockchain provides.
Originally designed as a secure “trustless” solution for transferring Bitcoin, without the need fo…