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Potential Attack on Ethereum Network to mint GasTokens

Potential Attack on Ethereum Network to mint GasTokens

Ethereum Network Vulnerability The latest vulnerability, in ethereum framework uncovered by levelk, Potentially allows bad actors to mint large amounts of Gastokens or drain funds. Discovered by whom? In levelk’s hypothetical study or in a case study it is possible to mint large amount of GasTokens while receiving ETH or any ERC20, or other standard...

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QuillAudits SDK Smart Contracts Surveillance

QuillAudits SDK Smart Contracts Surveillance

Think twice, before you initiate toward ICO/STO as it can have many flaws which are being encountered in the smart contract that can leave it free to attack. On average, a smart contract is having more than 3 susceptibilities in the structure. These subjections are putting the company on risk for money loss and information...

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Checkout Smart Contracts Security Audit Scope.

Checkout Smart Contracts Security Audit Scope.

Our Smart Contracts Security Audit process consists of the following stages:- Stage 1 – Specification gathering This is the most crucial stage because the detail is key for a successful smart contract Security audit. Here we will gather the specifications from you to know the intended behavior of smart contract. In this stage, we need...

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EOS Smart Contract Development: Analysing EOS standard token contract

EOS Smart Contract Development: Analysing EOS standard token contract

Previous Blogs :   EOS Smart Contract Development (Part — 1) EOS Smart Contracts Security Audit — A Comprehensive Guide Analysing EOS standard token contract.   Handling money in the form of digitized assets has been one of the primary applications of blockchain based dApps. Understanding how digital tokens work is essential in understanding a blockchain...

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EOS Smart Contract Development : Understanding fundamental concepts for writing dApps on EOS.

EOS Smart Contract Development : Understanding fundamental concepts for writing dApps on EOS.

Previous Blogs :   EOS Smart Contract Development (Part — 1) EOS Smart Contracts Security Audit — A Comprehensive Guide Introduction:- Upon observing popular dApps tracking websites, a potential EOS application developer might become attracted to the ever-increasing dApps and transaction rates on EOS, and wonder if s(he) should start learning development of smart contracts over...

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EOS Smart Contract Development (Part — 1)

EOS Smart Contract Development (Part — 1)

Since the launch of the EOS main-net in June 2018, crypto speculators and application developers are being polarised over their opinion on EOS and Ethereum. Ethereum was launched in 2015, and since then have matured and grown it’s ecosystem and user base considerably. However, with the arrival of EOS, many believe it to be the...

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How to write upgradable smart contracts in solidity!

How to write upgradable smart contracts in solidity!

While working on smart contracts security audits platform QuillAudits at QuillHash, we are giving most of the time to research about best security practices in smart contracts. QuillAudits considers the following distinct and crucial facets of the smart contract code: Whether the code is secure. Whether the code corresponds to the documentation (including white paper)....

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Beginner’s Guide to EOS and Basic Smart Contracts

Beginner’s Guide to EOS and Basic Smart Contracts

1. What is Eosio? Eosio is software that introduces a blockchain architecture and claims to be a decentralized operating system which supports Dapps, it has developed under an open-source MIT software license. Block.one has built the eosio software, it is a leading blockchain solution company that provides high-performance blockchain solution. The software provides accounts, authentication,...