Just like any other software, smart contracts come with security vulnerabilities. Therefore, a smart contract audit is necessary for ensuring that smart contracts are free of any security issues. Also, the audit will show where the smart contract can be optimized to ensure ideal levels of performance.
We have identified the owner (our contact person) of this project and this person has completed the KYC process. Coinsult stores this information securely on 2 separate devices that are not connected to the internet.
If the project does rug pull or scam, we publish the identity of the project owner.
To owners of projects: We periodically check the projects that have passed our KYC process. If we find out about a scam or rug pull, we will disclose your identities, and file a criminal complaint against you in your country of residence.
To investors: If you think a project that has passed our KYC process is a scam or rug pull, let us know. Please also explain why you think so. Our team will review your submissions and, if true, will reveal the identity of the project owners.
People who go through the KYC process are informed if they scam or rug pull:
The information given to us during the KYC process is stored securely. Data is stored on 2 separate devices that are not connected to the internet.