Building the future of Web 3.0 is exciting. However, every time you do write new code there is a chance for human error, opening the door for malfunction or exploits.
Our commitment to the highest levels of security start with making all our code open source, so anyone can go and inspect and contribute to it. Now, we’ve gone the extra step to conduct a professional audit. Both of these are the basic standards every Web 3.0 project should follow to avoid rug pulls and security exploits.
The audit has been passed with only a handful of minor issues and suggestions that have since been fixed. Bellow you will find a summary of the auditing process and findings.
BlockSec preliminary reports contained some issues reported belonging to Medium or Low categories. There were no High-risk issues reported at any point during the audit.
The first Low-risk issue was related to conflicts between admin account roles that were not fully considered. The issue was fixed.
The third Low-risk issue was more a recommendation by Blocksec, where treasury_account could not be read or modified, that issue was fixed.
Finally, there was a Middle-security issue, also again a recommendation, that noted that the admin is allowed to fail when setting the total weight of all the staking pools in a way that all pool might not add to 100%.This is only related to administrative tasks (rebalance weights).
The Meta Pool team immediately acknowledged and got to work to address the minor issues and suggestions identified. The team has now implemented all the necessary changes and recommendations.
Our team will be working to hold the platform to the highest standard possible, showing transparency and respect to our users and always committed to security.