ETHA Lend, an interoperable protocol that provides algorithmically optimal yield in DeFi, today updated on its inspection by Certik, a blockchain security auditor. The primary purpose of the security audit was to ensure the curation of a secure protocol ecosystem for the ETHA Lend community; allowing them to enjoy ETHA Lend with peace of mind.
“We understand that the safety of our user’s assets is paramount. Hence, as part of our security measures, we engaged Certik as our main auditor. Moreover, we have noticed that a lot of our community members were curious about the security audit report. Following that, we are pleased to share with you the updates on the same. We hope the audit reinforces the fact that our users can interact with ETHA Lend’s smart contracts with much confidence. Once the complete report is released, we shall share more details on the same.”
– The ETHA Lend Team
Summary of the results of the ongoing security assessment:
The objective of the audit was to discover vulnerabilities and issues in the source code as well as any contract dependencies that were not a part of an officially recognized library. Certik’s entourage of security experts reviewed and analyzed the following domains:
- Potential issues and vulnerabilities
- Solidity implementations and architecture
- Comprehensive analysis of contract logic
- Assessment of codebase and manual review
There were some informational and minor recommendations by Certik that the ETHA Lend team heeded, and the necessary implementations were made. Still, ETHA Lend’s smart contract was found to be aligned well with the industry standards.
To view the security audit report from Certik, click here.