SMART CONTRACT AUDIT AND DEVELOPMENT
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Features of Smart Contract Platform Development
Our Smart Contract Development Services
Smart Contract for Decentralized Applications
We build DApps with smart contracts that incorporate business thinking and enable direct communication between two trading or working groups. Our smart contract are seamlessly achieving business objectives and solving complex operational issues.
Smart Contract Design and Development
We design and develop custom smart contracts with features adaptable to a range of industries. Our solutions ensure flawless creation, execution, and smart contract management on any compatible blockchain with understandable and enforceable digital contracts.
Digital Smart Contract Architecture
Before reaching the coding part, our experts outline a basic architecture design that defines the business logic of a smart contract solution. As the computer-based protocol requires a bug-free workflow, we implement the best practices to create smart contract architecture.
Smart Contract for DEX
We build strong dynamic contract trading with Ethereum, EOS, and more. It empowers exchange businesses operating in distributed ECO systems to protect the privacy of end-user data, private keys and digital assets, business logic, and data maintenance.
Smart Contracts Optimization
We ensure the effective operation of a smart contract to help reduce gas wastage on various blockchain platforms. We implement generic improvements like short-circuiting, fixed-size byte array, and meaningful use of libraries while also reducing transaction costs.
Smart Contract for Digital Wallets
We create digital wallets with smart contracts to enable businesses to perform reliable and fast operations without relying on a third party. They develop multi-signature digital wallets with smart contracts that strengthen safe storage and exchange of digital assets.
Ethereum & Hyperledger Smart Contract Development
We create token contracts for Ethereum and ERC-20 and ERC-721 listed in Solidity for use in cases such as stable coins and health care funds. We also offer the development of smart contracts for Hyperledger in the financial, health care, marketing, automotive and other industries.
Smart Contract Development Platforms/Tools
We use following blockchain technologies to implement smart contracts to automate business operations —
Industries for Smart Contract Development Services
Banking & Securities
Supply Chain Management
Digital Asset Exchange
Enterprise Resource Management
What is a Smart Contract Audit?
A smart contract audit is one of the most crucial audits that you need to conduct before launching your blockchain application on the Ethereum network or any other blockchain platform. Smart contract security is an important factor that needs to be audited before launch. Smart contract errors can lead to disastrous consequences and have happened in the past, causing theft, loss of funds, and other issues. Therefore, checking the smart contract code before deployment is very important. When you audit your smart contract, you not only ensure that the code is vulnerable to any cyber-attacks but also make sure that your end-users are safe from potential scams and fraud.
The most essential thing to note is that manual code review is a time-consuming process. If you have a decent-sized development team, conducting a manual analysis of the smart contract code is the perfect way of identifying coding problems. Manual reviews of smart contract code can be extremely effective in identifying coding issues that automated tools may overlook. Manual review allows developers to carefully scrutinize each line of code and make sure it is compiled properly and free of re-entrance or other security issues.
Automated Code Analysis
Automated code analysis has proven to have advantages when applied in the technological realm. Specifically, these tools allow software development teams to quickly see if there are vulnerabilities present in their code, saving them time while making the process less tiresome. This can be especially useful for smart contract security as well as any other applications where one may need to create and display visual patterns of related information that update with every change made.
This checklist is designed for a smart contract audit company to use as a preliminary outline. It is based on our experience working with clients who want to ensure that the auditors they select will provide the most thorough and clear review.
When selecting an auditor for your smart contract, it is essential to consider a few key factors & questions to ensure a successful audit. Here is a checklist of items to keep in mind:
Does the auditor have experience with smart contracts? Is the auditor knowledgeable about the smart contract testing process?
Make sure the auditor has experience in auditing smart contracts. This will help ensure they are familiar with the complexities and potential risks involved.
Is the auditor well-versed in the design of smart contracts?
The auditor should be comfortable with the size of the contract. A smaller contract may not require as much time and resources to audit, while a larger contract may be more complex and require a more detailed audit.
Is the auditor familiar with the programming language used to develop the smart contract?
The auditor should be familiar with the programming language used to develop the smart contract. This is important because it allows them to identify any differences between a client’s description of their smart contract and what is actually written in code.
The auditor should be comfortable with the complexity of the contract. A simple contract may not require as much time and resources to audit, while a more complex contract may be more difficult to audit and may require a more experienced auditor.
Does the auditor have a thorough understanding of the smart contract’s business domain?
Auditors generally have a good understanding of the business domain of smart contracts unless they are looking at a relatively complex and niche use case. In those cases, more time and effort will be required to understand all the intricacies of the smart contract, which can potentially lead to incomplete coverage by the auditor and missed issues.
Does the auditor have a better understanding of security risks and vulnerabilities
The auditor should be familiar with the terms of the contract. This will help them comprehend the risks involved and ensure they are able to assess the contract properly.
The auditor should be available to audit the contract when needed. This will help ensure the audit is completed in a timely manner?
Taking the above factors into consideration will help you choose the right auditor for your smart contract.
Is the auditor independent from the development team?
In a highly collaborative environment such as a software development team, it is important for every person involved to act with integrity. The auditor is not part of the development team and does not have any power to provide direction along with the different groups that are working together. He or she works independently from the other developers in order to maintain objectivity when providing an audit report.
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Working of Smart Contract Auditing
Why Mobiloitte for Smart Contract Audit and Development?
Mobiloitte builds secure, cost-effective, and quality-oriented blockchain-based smart contracts to make your business operations stronger and more efficient. We offer smart contract audit services, publish security best practices and build blockchain security products. Mobiloitte provides smart contract audit solutions and pays special emphasis on the security, solidity related recommendations and known attacks
1. Security Audit within 24HRS
2. Audit by 4 unprejudiced experts
3. Limitless Audits
4. Major audits on EOS, TRON, Hyperledger, Ethereum