A Web3 User
As of today, audits can be pretty hard to find.
You can ask the community for the audit but:
- You have to wait for a reply.
- The shared audit might be a fake pdf, phishing website.
- You don't know if the reviewed code inside the audit is the same as the one deployed (the one you are gonna send transactions to)
- Verify audits on the blockchain or on our platform.
- Audits are attached to smart contracts.
- Audits are attached to auditors
- All audits and auditors have unique addresses, no phishing is possible.
- You can search an audit by address or name (coming soon)
- You can connect your wallet and see your audit coverage for all your web3 transactions (coming soon)
Audits published on our system are then used on other platforms. So when a project has an audit published on Trustblock, its visibility increases and it is relayed on many platforms as secured/verified.
Yes and it is pretty straightforward, you can just ask the project team, to provide an audit published on Trustblock for their smart contracts. This will ensure that the smart contracts you will be using have been reviewed and secured by verified auditors while avoiding fake pdf reports and auditors phishing websites.