Archimedes’ Smart Contract Audit Results
- No security vulnerabilities were found in Archimedes protocol
- No non-security major issues were found with the code
- We continue our partnership with Halborn to periodically review our developing code base, both smart contract and front end
- Read the full report here.
At Archimedes we believe that only when great software meets great ideas a truly great product is born. That’s why we have smart engineers from across the board — from startup world veterans to corporate alumni and anywhere in between. That’s why we also invest in the best tools to develop and test every step of the way (including a costly dry run on mainnet to test in “the real world”).That’s why we develop in public. That’s why we partnered up with one of the best auditing firms in the world, Halborn, to audit our smart contracts. All for you,G(r)eeks.
We are proud to publish the final report of Halborn’s Audit of Archimedes smart contracts. No security vulnerabilities were found in Archimedes protocol. No non-security major issues were found with the code.
The audit included two independent in depth analyses of the code by two solidity experts at Halborn. They went through every piece of code we have — testing it and making sure it fits with what we promise our users. If some lines of code did not make sense, they jumped on a call with the engineers at Archimes that wrote that code. As mentioned before, those were solidity experts with years of best practices experience under their belt, which they lent to us and helped us level up our solidity game. The Audit also included running Archimedes code through various automated tools to find possible vulnerabilities.
Minor findings on the report were either fixed or acknowledged with the understanding that those recommendations will be applied to future refactoring of Archimedes smart contracts codebase, with no impact to users.
Archimedes is keeping its commitment to building well designed and well tested software:
- We continue our partnership with Halborn to periodically review our developing code base.
- Halborn is currently working on a front end audit.
- We’ll continue to test our existing product in controlled environments.
- We are preparing a bug bounty program with Immunefi, which we will soon announce.
Most importantly, each one of us at Archimedes continued to develop and hone our skills to better earn the trust of you G(r)eeks, our user.
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Do not forget to visit our Website, where you can find our latest user documentation.
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Archimedes is an experimental protocol and carries significant risks: Smart contract risk, economic model risk, risk that the assets Archimedes introduces and many other types of known and unknown risks. Archimedes’ team never provides investment advice. This article is NOT financial advice. DYOR. Participate at your own risk.