Has Soldex Been Audited?
This question is among the most frequently asked in our community.
And rightly so, because we expect you to do your due diligence before investing in any DeFi project.
In this article we’ll explain what crypto auditing is, and we’ll answer the question, has Soldex DEX been audited?
What is Crypto Auditing?
Crypto audit is an assessment made to know if the recorded transactions on a blockchain ledger are verifiably correct based upon the available evidence of the transactions recorded in the ledger.
One of the main goals of a crypto audit is to detect bugs in a code using automated bug detection tools.
During crypto auditing, the auditors model threats the blockchain may face, for example data tampering and data spoofing. They also exploit the vulnerabilities of the blockchain to know the scope of potential threats the project can withstand, and also how to remedy such threats.
Importance of Crypto Audit
- Crypto audit helps projects to prevent public access to their smart contracts. This protects them from bad actors who may want to exploit their vulnerabilities.
- Crypto projects that have been audited are seen as reputable and reliable by the community.
Has Soldex been audited?
However, when we develop and release the Dual Rewards Farming functionality on the Solana mainnet, we’ll perform an additional audit specifically for the Soldex protocol.
About Kudelski Security
Kudelski Security is a leading cybersecurity company with one major goal: to disrupt the cybersecurity status quo. We partner with our clients to enhance their cyber confidence, threat immunity and data-protection through our comprehensive consulting, technology engagements, managed security services, and ability to innovate to create new capabilities.
Soldex is the fastest, easiest, and most user-friendly third-generation DEX being built on Solana.
Working on all market conditions, 24/7, with emotionless machine-learning and neural network algorithms, Soldex is the next step in DeFi evolution.
Soldex will resolve the issues faced by order-matching centralized exchanges and trustless custody within current decentralized exchanges.