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Contract and Blockchain Audit Company

We conduct a thorough analysis of the smart contract code to locate existing errors. We come up with solutions that eliminate any vulnerabilities on the blockchain network. With our smart contract audit services, the final product is bug-free and faultless.

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Years of tech experience

20+

Countries
10+
Since
2017

We are blockchain audit firm and smart contract experts

At MaxinAI, we take a serious approach to smart contract audit. We scrutinize every line of the code before releasing the final product. As a crypto audit company, we use state-of-the-art methodology, tools, and programs to fix even the tiniest bugs. By doing so, we ensure the smart contract is bulletproof before it gets deployed to the blockchain.

Our Services

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Code Audit

Conduct a smart contract audit to find any errors that might compromise the proper operation of the contract. Our seasoned developers examine each component of the code separately to identify underlying issues. Thanks to their expertise, every protocol of the smart contract will be executed properly. By using our code audit, you can avert functional and security-related issues that jeopardize the proper performance of smart contracts.

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Security Audit

We carry out a comprehensive security audit for every smart contract involved in the project. We scrutinize the code for security vulnerabilities that could impede the safe execution of transactions. Our team of experts will provide thorough information about flaws in the code that would result in the loss of funds for your clients. By fortifying the code and amplifying its security, our professional developers deliver highly-functional smart contracts.

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Functionality Check

As a blockchain audit firm, we also provide a thorough functionality check for your smart contracts. We take a meticulous approach to examining the code and finding disruptive patterns. Thanks to our knowledge and expertise, we can guarantee the smooth implementation of the smart contract protocols. By focusing on functionality checks, we detect existing discrepancies between the code and accurate performance. Our analysis makes sure that the code behaves according to its intended functionality.

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Audit Report

At MaxinAI, we value transparency, especially when it comes to smart contract audits. Once our team locates all the functional, security, or general errors, we create a report to depict every step of the process. We include information about the severity of the detected bugs, our recommendations, examples of errors, and a full breakdown of the audit. With our audit report, you’ll have a clear understanding of what needs to be fixed and how.

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Bug Fixing

Our team of experienced developers will successfully correct the errors detected throughout the smart contract audit. By entrusting us with both bug fixing and audit, our clients receive high-quality results. Our qualified project managers maintain clear communication between the involved teams to rewrite vulnerable parts of the code with precision. We use advanced tools and data to fix bugs without endangering the rest of the contract.

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Audit Certificate

We offer audit certificates to our clients once we complete an exhaustive smart contract audit. We provide proof that we’ve examined and corrected every glitch in the code. By doing so, companies and enterprises gain more trust from their customers. With careful analysis and industry-leading methodology, we eliminate bugs that could have compromised the security of transactions and data. You’ll receive a high-quality, functional audit certificate that is trusted by major companies.

The Benefits of Smart Contract Audit

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Improved performance

  • Finding and fixing functional errors guarantees better performance for smart contracts;
  • Ensures all the protocols are executed as intended;
    Speeds up the processes by correcting discrepancies;
  • Eliminates the chances of misbehavior by bulletproofing the code;
  • Averts the troubles of implementation.
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Enhanced security for funds and data

  • Eliminates the chances of losing funds and data by fixing security-related issues;
  • Improves the resistance of smart contracts to attacks;
    Removes vulnerabilities that compromise smart contracts;
  • Eliminates the chances of losing the smart contract altogether;
    Reduces the possibilities of malfunction.
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Protection against digital attacks

  • Makes the code more resistant to malicious attacks by eliminating vulnerabilities;
  • Prevents the smart contract from code exploitation;
  • Doesn’t allow data or private key theft;
    Ensures the server is uncompromised during attacks;
  • Reduces the chances of becoming a target for hackers.
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Prevention of Negative Outcomes

  • Avoids future problems by fixing errors before being launched;
  • Prevents smart contracts from catastrophic vulnerabilities;
  • Reduces the costs by fortifying the code before the smart contract gets deployed to the blockchain network;
  • Attracts more customers by providing proof of the security of smart contracts.
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Provision of Security Certificate

  • Builds trust among investors and customers by providing proof of security;
  • Showcases a responsible approach to the blockchain project;
  • Increases reliability by eliminating security issues;
  • Shows the stakeholders that major problems will be avoided;
  • Provides proof of the code’s resilience and optimization.
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Implementation of Secure Wallets

  • Increases the security of dApps by reinforcing the smart contract code;
  • Makes it possible to implement secure wallets in the dApps;
  • Ensures users that their funds won’t be compromised;
  • Facilitates safe and fast transactions by guaranteeing the security of the wallets.
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ERC Standards:

ERC20

ERC20 standard combines a set of rules that any fungible token should satisfy to operate on Ethereum. It dictates the basic guidelines for smart contracts, which, in turn, are used for creating digital assets. Thanks to the functionalities provided by ERC20, it’s possible to transfer tokens from one account to another and access information regarding the total supply. This standard guarantees that each token is the same as other tokens within the same smart contract in its value and form.

ERC721

ERC721 is also a standard required by the Ethereum network, yet it determines the guidelines for non-fungible tokens. It allows tokens to be unique in value and form even within the same smart contract. This standard is used for visual or non-visual NFTs, such as arts, collectibles, sneakers, games, etc. Like ERC20, ERC721 oversees the basic functionalities and requires certain conditions to be met. It’s an essential standard for non-fungible tokens.

ERC1155

ERC1155 defines the rules for multitokens. It allows fungible, non-fungible, semi-fungible, or other types of tokens to be deployed within the same smart contract. It acts as the combination of ERC20 and ERC721 standards, yet it improves the implementation. ERC1155 has enhanced functionalities, as it makes it possible to transfer multiple tokens and get their balance with a single attempt. By allowing batch actions, this standard reduces the gas fees and makes them more efficient.

ERC20

ERC20 standard combines a set of rules that any fungible token should satisfy to operate on Ethereum. It dictates the basic guidelines for smart contracts, which, in turn, are used for creating digital assets. Thanks to the functionalities provided by ERC20, it’s possible to transfer tokens from one account to another and access information regarding the total supply. This standard guarantees that each token is the same as other tokens within the same smart contract in its value and form.

ERC721

ERC721 is also a standard required by the Ethereum network, yet it determines the guidelines for non-fungible tokens. It allows tokens to be unique in value and form even within the same smart contract. This standard is used for visual or non-visual NFTs, such as arts, collectibles, sneakers, games, etc. Like ERC20, ERC721 oversees the basic functionalities and requires certain conditions to be met. It’s an essential standard for non-fungible tokens.

ERC1155

ERC1155 defines the rules for multitokens. It allows fungible, non-fungible, semi-fungible, or other types of tokens to be deployed within the same smart contract. It acts as the combination of ERC20 and ERC721 standards, yet it improves the implementation. ERC1155 has enhanced functionalities, as it makes it possible to transfer multiple tokens and get their balance with a single attempt. By allowing batch actions, this standard reduces the gas fees and makes them more efficient.

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Smart Contrac Audit In Depth

A smart contract is a computer program or a set of protocols that executes itself when the specific conditions are met. It’s stored on the blockchain – one of the most secure networks to date. Yet the smart contract itself can have significant vulnerabilities. A faulty code can result in the loss of significant assets, turning into a costly catastrophe for the project. Consequently, it’s vital to conduct a smart contract audit before releasing it to the blockchain.

Smart contract audit: definition

A smart contract audit is a process of scrutinizing the code to identify the errors that could be creating functional or security-related vulnerabilities. It’s used to fortify the contract and protect it from external attacks. The weaker the smart contract, the higher the chances of it being targeted.
As a blockchain audit company, we offer extensive smart contract audit services to ensure maximum security for our clients.

Smart contract audit: the process

To eliminate existing vulnerabilities, we use our in-depth expertise in blockchain and programming languages. With the diverse skillset of our developers, we guarantee smooth execution on every step of the audit process. The particular elements of a smart contract audit include:

  • Code Audit – a general analysis of the code;
  • Security Audit – precise scrutiny of the code’s security;
  • Functionality Check – a thorough inspection of the code’s ability to undertake intended functionalities;
  • Audit Report – a document that summarizes detected bugs and provides the suggestions for possible solutions;
  • Bug Fixing – rewriting or editing the code to eliminate discovered glitches;
  • Audit Certificate – a proof of successful completion of the audit process.

ERC standards we operate with

We are a blockchain audit firm, which means we understand the importance of implementing correct standards. As crypto natives and skilled developers, we know how to help your business tokenize digital assets. We work with ERC20, ERC721, and ERC1155 standards i.e. we can conduct smart contract audits for fungible, non-fungible, and multi tokens.

Benefits we deliver by providing smart contract audit services

By providing smart contract audit services, we allow your business to enter the blockchain scene with an impenetrable code. As a crypto audit company, we deliver multiple benefits, including:

  • Improved performance;
  • Enhanced security;
  • Protection against digital attacks;
  • Proactive approach.

Our team of hard-working developers examines the code through and through to locate security and functionality issues within the smart contract. By fixing those glitches, we improve the performance and overall security of the contract. Our team proposes the most efficient solutions to protect your smart contracts from malicious digital attacks. We fix underlying issues early on to avert significant losses and prevent the failure of the project.

At MaxinAI, we always calculate smart contract audit price individually to accommodate the requirements of our clients as much as we can.

Frequently Asked Questions

MaxinAI is a blockchain and custom software development company. With top-tier developers, we offer services ranging from web & app development to cloud engineering, machine learning, software design, and back-end services. Our expertise also covers various aspects of blockchain development, including smart contract creation and audit, DeFi, dApps, crypto marketplace, and custom blockchain development. We speak many programming languages to understand every client’s needs and come up with most suitable solutions.

Please leave us your contact details and our business development managers will get in touch with you within 24 hours. During the consultation, we’ll answer all of your questions to make sure you have the necessary information before starting our partnership.
If you want to schedule a meeting on a specific date, you can do so by clicking on the Calendly link. After following simple instructions, you’ll be able to set up a consultation directly with one of our business development managers.

Smart contract audit price varies depending on the complexity and length of the code. If the project requires an urgent audit and has a specific timeframe, the costs will increase significantly. The particular scope of work and the availability of essential documentation will affect the costs of the audit as well. 

Naturally, you should consult with our team of experts, provide the details of your project, and they will calculate the quote depending on the peculiarities of your case.

Ethereum is mostly coded in Solidity – an object-oriented programming language that is used to execute smart contracts. It’s heavily influenced by JavaScript, C++, and Python. Solidity facilitates secure and reliable performance for various platforms. It allows the contracts to be inherited and makes it possible to create a reusable code that can be recalled from different contracts.

A smart contract audit may take anywhere from several days to a month depending on the length and complexity of the project. Typically, simple smart contracts can be examined and tested within a few days. Sophisticated projects, however, will take several weeks or even a month. The length of the complete audit will shorten significantly if you choose our team for conducting an audit and fixing located bugs.

A smart contract audit is absolutely necessary to eliminate any security vulnerabilities before launching the smart contract to the blockchain. After the release, it will be impossible to modify the code if any issues arise. A faulty smart contract can result in loss of funds and data for your clients, investors, and users. It’s cheaper to take a proactive approach and test the contract before it gets deployed to the blockchain network.

A short answer is no. Original developers are the ones who created the initial code for the smart contract. They are familiar with every line of it, which makes them subjective. Irrespective of their will to write the error-free code, there will certainly be some glitches. It’s essential to allow a more objective team to go through the smart contract to find the underlying issues.

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