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The field of “Technology” is dedicated to analysing the security of smart contracts. We focus on vulnerabilities & code bugs but also pay attention to functions that developers could optimise. An average rating is given to determine the total technological risk for the entire vertical, including numerous criteria.
Our technology audit allows you to scan a contract for vulnerabilities & bugs in an instant. The scan goes through the on-chain smart contracts detecting more than 70 potential issues such as reentrancy, integer under-/overflow, suicidal etc. The issues are dimensioned by impact and confidence and can be downloaded as an audit report.
The field “Tokenomics” analyses the economics carefully behind a token. Here we focus on fairness for the community, specifically a user that will buy & use the token. Among token allocation & on-chain token metrics, we will also observe activity in real-time to provide alerts to our users, e.g. when the cliff of a release schedule runs out. An average rating is given to determine the total tokenomics risk for the entire vertical, including numerous criteria.
With our token allocation analysis, we examine the fairness of the community by comparing private allocations with public allocations. Please let us know if you are missing a group that cannot be allocated logically elsewhere. This model is still being optimised and is currently used for testing purposes.
Cliff & vesting are examined to determine the selling pressure from the private side. Cliff is weighted higher than vesting in our rating, as no tokens are released. Later on, users will receive alerts when cliff & vesting schedules run out.
The field of “Finance” is probably the most relatable to users as it comes from the traditional financial audit approach. We examine the financial health, considering its holdings and revenue generation.
Financial Risks, such as market risk, should be identified and managed effectively. An average rating is given to determine the total finance risk for the entire vertical, including numerous criteria.
The field 'Operations' covers processes, procedures and systems within the project. We concentrate on high-risk activities and determine their impact. Projects should control actions such as accessing the treasury wallet with sophisticated processes and a multi-signature wallet in place. More signers and a high percentage of confirming addresses can lead to less risk of collusion. An average rating is given to determine the total operational risk for the entire vertical, including other factors.
Here you can add any wallet that is managed by the project. The fund access is examined to identify the risk of collusion and fraud. The rating is determined by the percentage of approvals needed, the number of EOAs and the number of total multisig owners. If no multi-sig wallet is in place, it consequently leads to a low rating since everything is dependent on the actions of one person, that could potentially lose access.
The rating is the measure of activity and engagement on tweets posted within the past 24 hours. Based on the screen name user enters, we fetch the past 24 hours' tweets and check for likes, comments, and retweets count. This count is used for calculating the rating based on the formula.