A blockchain auditing company based in Germany, SolidProof is set to introduce KYC and audit to DeFi smart contracts. Named the SolidProof Automated Auto Tool (SAAT) the tool’s primary purpose is to speed up the smart contract auditing process.
With the rising number of hacks, scams, and several other security issues. This is seriously jeopardizing the future of the DeFi ecosystem as investors are losing interest because of fear. With the introduction of SAAT, projects can ensure that their smart contracts are foolproof, thus reducing the chances of any security breach.
Going forward, all audit-related services offered by SolidProof will be based on this tool to make it more effective in automated auditing of DeFi codes.
How it works
SAAT is designed to automatically detect and remove bugs, errors, and inefficiencies in DeFi smart contracts. This automated process makes SolidProof able to review, deliver timely, accurate, and transparent audit reports devoid of human errors. SolidProof will also be capable of analyzing more complex projects with very high reliability that is impossible with human auditing.
The audit report provides details of all vulnerabilities with their level of severity. This can be Critical, Medium, or Low for appropriate action from the project. SolidProof auditors will also give recommendations on how to correct detected issues. After such issues are corrected, a follow-up audit is done before a final certificate is given to certify that the project is fully safe for investors.
SolidProof’s placeholder makes it possible for Launchpads such as Unicrypt to embed SAAT on their websites. This enables DeFi projects conducting presale on such launchpads to easily run an audit with a few clicks prior to the listing of tokens.
With a combination of automated audit tools and manual reviews from experienced auditors, SolidProof hopes to restore investors’ confidence in DeFi tokens. The service also comes with a KYC scanning service that can search and detect frauds in customers’ transactions so projects can be at peace concerning the security of their platforms.