SECURE YOUR SMART CONTRACT WITH HASHEX
Smart Contracts play a very essential role in Blockchain project, it helps to make the transactions taking place more safe and secure and function in an organized manner. And not just that, it helps other components like applications running on these platforms be even more Accessible.Using it makes the transactions traceable, transparent, and irreversible.
what is smart contract?
Smart contracts are simply programs stored on a blockchain that run when predetermined conditions are met. They typically are used to automate the execution of an agreement so that all participants can be immediately certain of the outcome, without any intermediary’s involvement or time loss. They can also automate a workflow, triggering the next action when conditions are met.
What is Smart Contract Audit?
The audit process for a smart contract focuses on scrutiny of the code used for underwriting the terms and conditions in the smart contract. With the help of such an audit, smart contract developers could easily identify the vulnerabilities and bugs before the deployment of smart contracts.
HASHEX Smart contract audits
Something that gets thrown around a lot with smart contracts and DeFi is auditing. Audits are supposed to make sure that the code is secure. While they are an essential part of smart contract development, many developers deploy their code without any audits. This can greatly increase the risk of using these contracts.
some cool projects do audits several times because one time audit may not find all of the vulnerabilities. That’s why projects with several audits cause more trust, HashEx, I trust them and they can find vulnerabilities that others will not find
HashEx always provides its clients with detailed reports that list the project’s potential vulnerabilities as well as ways to improve the code. To a project, it helps to provide a potentially safe project, while the investors can make a balanced decision before contributing to the project.
One thing to note here is that audits are expensive. Legitimate projects will typically be able to pay for audits, but scam projects usually won’t bother. So, does it mean that if a project had an audit, it’s completely safe to use? No. Audits are necessary, but no audit will ever mean total safety. Always be aware of the risks of depositing your funds into a smart contract.
Do you know the importance of smart contract audits in finding the security vulnerabilities in smart contracts?
smart contract audit is necessary for ensuring that smart contracts are free of any security issues. At the same time, the auditing also ensures that the smart contracts are optimized for ensuring ideal levels of performance.
Better optimization of the code
Improved performance of smart contracts
Enhanced security of wallets
Security against hacking attacks
What is the process of HASHEX security audit?
After the security code is sent to the auditor, a team of HashEx experts runs it in a test network, simulating 74 attack vectors, and exploiting the contract’s features. The tokenomics and the contract logic also undergo a thorough check. After that, you receive a report with a detailed list of vulnerabilities and general recommendations.
1) To pass a security audit before locking team and LP tokens
2) Completing not one, but several audits, because different auditors might discover different vulnerabilities.
Smart Contracts are prone to vulnerabilities, security risks, inefficiencies, misbehaviour and bugs which, if left undetected, can at best lead to unintended consequences and at worst leave the door open to a malicious actor creating irreparable damage to the project.
smart contracts are a constant target of hackers. So it’s easy to see how taking preemptive measures can be relevant
HashEx has made it its mission to create a secure DeFi environment so that it can continue to innovate and change the world.