The Common AMM code has reached an important milestone, moving to an external audit done in collaboration with Hats Finance.
Hats Finance is a decentralized cybersecurity incentive network designed to integrate into the evolving landscape of Web3 development. This platform offers a unique approach to cybersecurity, focusing on incentivizing and rewarding white hat hackers, auditors, and security experts for their contributions to safeguarding decentralized systems.
We invite white hat hackers to dive into the Common AMM codebase and report all the findings, together with severity scores.
The audit kicked off on January 18th and will last until January 29th.
What is Hats Finance?
Hats Finance provides a permissionless and scalable marketplace for cybersecurity, enabling anyone to participate. Over 500 security researchers can submit issues on-chain via the Hats dApp and earn rewards for their valid submissions. Hackers who make successful submissions also receive exclusive NFT rewards, getting a unique on-chain proof of their accomplishments.
Such a competition is the perfect way to perform extensive testing and bulletproof the code to meet the highest security standards. This unusual approach to DeFi security audits provides a gamified experience for hundreds of researchers, highly increasing the chance of finding any potential issues in the code base.
If you’re a security expert and would like to join the competition, feel free to join through the Hats Finance platform. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
Join the audit competition!