Auditors and KYC
Introduction to our whitelisted auditors and KYC Partners!

General Concept

The idea behind this feature is to help investors identify high-risk tokens.
💡 This will encourage developers to have their contracts audited before an ILO on the Unicrypt platform and address as many weak points in the contract before it becomes a problem further down the line. Auditors are also available to advise on a better tokenomics model and ideal liquidity percentages to support the market.
⚠️These audits search for the most common exploits which AI might miss, and in no way endorse a project. They simply are there as an additional tool to help investors identify malicious or dangerous code in a contract itself.
❓ ILOs taking place can now also be KYC'ed by our whitelisted partners. Once KYC'ed, a token will appear on the default list of the ILOs taking place.
💻 The ideal process is the following :
Onboarding steps for an audited ILO
  1. 1.
    The token contract gets audited (local, testnet)
  2. 2.
    The ILO contract is created by the token team after the token contract has been deployed on main net
  3. 3.
    The whitelisted auditor (see dedicated section) posts the audit results and comments.
  4. 4.
    Time for the ILO! We highly recommend the token team to be KYC'ed by our partners (see dedicated section)
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