RFI token Audit

HashEx offers dApp audits for new and existing projects. In a detailed coherent report, expert auditors provide an overview of existing issues.
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    years of successful experience in blockchain security

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    saved of investors funds

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    global projects are running on our blockchain integrations

Why is a RFI token audit important?

RFI tokens owe their popularity to several successful examples like Safemoon. Compared to regular tokens, RFIs have a more complex structure and tokenomics, that allows yielding.

Thus, their smart contracts tend to be more complicated than a simple BEP-20/ERC-20 token. Yielding possibility, aside from earning options, opens the door to malicious activities, and the best way to protect the project from losses is a security audit. RFI tokens tax each transaction, resulting in fees. The fees are immediately distributed between all token owners, without the need for staking or any other actions.

Fast and Thorough

If necessary, HashEx can speed up the audit process to accommodate our clients.

Wholesome knowledge base

During the process, HashEx auditors use their own knowledge base as well as other existing audits, especially in the case of auditing a fork.

Independence guarantee

HashEx makes sure that a decentralized reward distribution of an RFI token stays independent from the project owner.

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