Dejitaru Tsuka is a token based on the Ethereum blockchain and named after a mysterious creature, a dragon, who, according to the legend, grants strong-willed people prosperity and wisdom. The token shows a good take off, being quite a young crypto, and price predictions are promising. Its main goal is to inspire a wider pursuit of true decentralization.
SmartState audits Dejitaru Tsuka
The interest in tokens in the crypto world is growing fast and new ones appear quite often. Customers have a wide choice of tokens to invest in, and are on the lookout for the most secure and profitable ones. The Dejitaru Tsuka team reached to SmartState for the audit of one of the smart contracts in the project.
This audit was carried out in a partnership with Femto Security.
We have performed several tests of the smart contract in question, looking for various issues and errors, including:
• ERC20/BEP20 compliance
• Pool Asset Security (backdoors in the underlying ERC-20)
• Function visibility
• General Denial Of Service(DOS)
• Hidden malicious code
• Private data leaks
• Arithmetic Over/Under Flows
• External Contract Referencing
and others which could harm and lead to possible failures or flaws.
We have thoroughly checked the smart contract and have detected some vulnerabilities. We have submitted a list of recommendations to help remove the vulnerabilities and errors and avoid further problems in future.
For more information see the full report:
We are happy to announce that the audit was submitted in time and Dejitaru Tsuka team is totally satisfied with our work.
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Launched in 2019 and based in Dubai, SmartState is one of the leading DeFi security auditing firms. We perform security tests and check the code core, smart contracts and blockchain for all types of errors, vulnerabilities and other issues.
Although SmartState gave a start to operations with smart contract auditing of DLT-projects, from the very beginning, we made our services surpass and go far and wide the classic purview of smart contract audit and security testing. We specialize in manual testing, so the SmartState’s tech team of white-hat security professionals measure up a project’s git and provide guidelines and recommendations for its further advancement. Security audit reports review the threats and vulnerabilities with which codebases may be exploited in the future, as the network achieves scalability and expands to accommodate more use cases and functionality.
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