EnCrypto is a third-party smart contract auditor that delivers verified and trusted blockchain projects to the community. Investing into unknown project is a very risky move an investor will make but at EnCrypto we'll make you double think about that. We are anonymous auditors located into different location of the globe sharing and valuing the importance of safe and secure smart contracts and giving the community the best selections to choose what they want to support to.
We offer Revolutionary Auditing that fits into the standard industrial practices for projects; we reviews, checks, and analyzes from the website's front-end design down to the last single line of code in the Smart Contract given to the Auditing Team. We, EnCrypto, also value investor's insight and comments on the audited projects. And lastly, the EnCrypto Team delivers transparent and unbiased auditing and grading based on what they covered.
EnCrypto uses multiple manual testing, checking and reviews from front-end web design to smart contract itself. In web design we manually checks how things particularly do as a function in the system, for example what can that button do in the system, etc. In Smart Contract side, we manage to review and audit it by the use mainly of SWC Registry and many more security verification testing examinations. By the use of these testings we ensures our clients and investors that their smart contract was safe and secure from known attacts.
A smart contract is a self-executing contract with the terms of the agreement between buyer and seller being directly written into lines of code.
The code and the agreements contained therein exist across a distributed, decentralized blockchain network. The code controls the execution, and transactions are trackable and irreversible.
Smart contracts work by following simple “if/when…then…” statements that are written into code on a blockchain. A network of computers executes the actions when predetermined conditions have been met and verified.
These actions could include releasing funds to the appropriate parties, registering a vehicle, sending notifications, or issuing a ticket. The blockchain is then updated when the transaction is completed.
That means the transaction cannot be changed, and only parties who have been granted permission can see the results.
A smart contract audit is an extensive methodical examination and analysis of a smart contract's code that is used to interact with a cryptocurrency or blockchain.
This process is conducted to discover errors, issues and security vulnerabilities in the code in order to suggest improvements and ways to fix them. Generally, smart contract audits are necessary,
because most of the contracts deal with financial assets and/or valuable items.
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With vast amounts of value transacted through or locked in smart contracts, they become attractive targets for malicious attacks from hackers. Minor coding errors can lead to huge sums of money being stolen.
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