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Smart Contract Audit

Deploy with confidence

Engage us from the first code commit to ensure a secure and confident deployment.

We immerse ourselves in your product, understanding the business logic and challenges as deeply as you do.

We look not only for common implementation flaws, such as reentrancy and rounding, but also for economic attacks on the protocols that result from complex interactions with third-party components of the smart contract ecosystem.

Proven Track Record: Since 2017, Coinspect has conducted hundreds of smart contract audits for multiple platforms, including Ethereum, Rootstock, Algorand, and Soroban. You can read public reports from our audits of Vesper, Aragon, and Liquity.

Comprehensive Analysis: Our audit process includes a thorough examination of your smart contract’s codebase, identifying vulnerabilities that could be exploited. We analyze both the functional aspects and the economic logic to ensure the contract behaves as intended and is resistant to attacks.

Tailored Recommendations: After identifying potential issues, we provide detailed, actionable recommendations to mitigate risks.

Collaborative Approach: We work closely with your development team throughout the audit process, offering insights and guidance to improve the overall security posture. This collaborative effort helps in building a more secure and robust product.

Contact us today to ensure your smart contracts are secure and reliable from the start.

Our Security Review Process

Our code audit process is comprehensive and meticulous, ensuring the highest level of security and performance for your blockchain applications.

  1. Reconnaissance

We start by thoroughly analyzing your project’s documentation to understand the context and environment in which your contracts operate. Our experts dive deep into your project’s architecture, from general concepts to specific implementations. We assess dependencies on external sources or contracts, reliance on trusted third-party libraries, and aspects of contract immutability or upgradability. Critical factors such as complex mathematical models or cryptographic elements are also rigorously evaluated.

  1. Define Actors and Interactions

Understanding who will interact with your contract and how they will do so is crucial. We define the roles of all actors and map out the main entry points and functions available to each actor, ensuring clarity in permissions and actions.

  1. Implementation Bugs

Our experts conduct a meticulous line-by-line review of your contract’s implementation. This detailed scrutiny helps identify any implementation bugs that could compromise the security or performance of the contract.

  1. Logic Issue Analysis

With a clear understanding of how each contract action is performed and the overall goal of the protocol, we look for business logic issues. This includes identifying potential vulnerabilities such as inflation attacks, price manipulations, unfair liquidations, and bad debt generation that could affect the integrity of DeFi protocols.

  1. Comparative Protocol Research

We research similar protocols that have been previously audited to identify common issues or vulnerabilities that might be relevant to your project. This historical insight helps anticipate and mitigate potential risks.

  1. Static Analysis and Testing

Our team employs static analysis tools to detect vulnerabilities at scale. For each identified issue, we manually verify the actual impact and likelihood of the finding, ensuring a comprehensive risk assessment by eliminating false positives. Get Started with Your Audit Secure your blockchain project’s future by scheduling a smart contract audit with Coinspect today. Contact us to discuss your needs and take the first step towards unparalleled product security and trust.

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We were very glad to have Coinspect review our contracts before launch - the audit was really thorough, and increased our confidence in the core Liquity system. They diligently reviewed both the technical and the cryptoeconomic aspects. We'd be happy to collaborate again in future.