Types of audits

We carry out different types of audit
  • NFT auditNFT audit

    The growing popularity of NFT projects often leads to security issues. Like art pieces that need verifying to be sold, NFT smart contracts need to be audited prior to their release.
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  • Staking auditStaking audit

    This system keeps the token active, while the blockchain puts it to work. For that, it’s imperative to audit the contract and remove all the errors as well as optimize gas spending.
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  • Stablecoin auditStablecoin audit

    Stablecoins don’t offer as much growth but the risks tied to them are also lower. To be usable, stablecoins have to be safe and impervious to attacks.
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  • RFI token auditRFI token audit

    Yielding possibility of RFi token, aside from earning options, opens the door to malicious activities, and the best way to protect the project from losses is a security audit.
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  • BabyToken auditBabyToken audit

    By design, baby tokens pay out the rewards to their holders, according to their share of tokens. This distribution is automated and enabled through the smart contract. This and other features that affect the user require extra attention and excessive auditing to function properly.
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  • DAO auditDAO audit

    Decentralized autonomous organizations serve as a platform for using blockchain. In this sense, the security of these platforms is vital for all users.
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  • DApp auditDApp audit

    Decentralized applications run on blockchains and operate through smart contracts instead of being operated by people or organizations. This is why a security audit for a dApp is an important step in development.
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  • DEX auditDEX audit

    Decentralized crypto exchange platforms are peer-to-peer cryptocurrency swap platforms. Without any centralized regulation, the security of DEXs relies solely on the users and the smart contracts upon which the system works.
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  • Lending auditLending audit

    There is no third party involved, and the loan becomes more convenient. However, convenience comes at a price if the contract isn’t properly audited. That's why lending audit is so important.
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  • ERC20, ERC721, ERC1155 auditERC20, ERC721, ERC1155 audit

    ERC-20 smart contracts reflect the standard for most often used tokens. There are multiple ways to use standard tokens, but regardless of their purpose, their smart contracts have to function as well as possible.
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  • Farm auditFarm audit

    Farming is attractive to both knowledgeable and new crypto enthusiasts. For new DEXs or freshly created coins farming may provide liquidity for getting the project off the ground.
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  • Bridge auditBridge audit

    Bridge serves as a threshold between two different blockchains. The same goes for any information. Because of these reasons bridge smart contracts have to be subject to scrutiny.
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  • Marketplace, auction, game auditMarketplace, auction, game audit

    Guaranteeing secure transactions is vital to the functioning of the marketplace. Another issue is the necessity to maintain all the features of the marketplace and provide stability to its users.
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