Hunt Town Security Audit is Completed
Hunt Town, a Web3 builders guild, has two contracts as below:
Town Hall Contract: 0xb09A1410cF4C49F92482F5cd2CbF19b638907193
HUNT Building NFT Contract: 0x0c9Bb1ffF512a5B4F01aCA6ad964Ec6D7fC60c96
HUNT Building is an NFT that acts as a base engine for Web3 builders on Hunt Town, and it’s minted by locking-up 1,000 HUNT tokens. After 1 year of the lock-up period, the Building NFT can be burned and the HUNT tokens are released to the NFT owner. All these functions of the contracts are controlled by the Town Hall Contract.
We strongly believe that smart contracts can be safer when they meet the following principles:
Codes/scripts in the smart contract must be as simple as possible.
They should avoid holding admin functions that can be easily exploited.
First, the Town Hall and Building NFT contracts have less than 200 lines of code and super simple functions. Also, the Town Hall Contract does not have any admin functions and is not upgradable, meaning that no one, including the core team, can update the script that consists of the smart contract.
Hunt Town’s main contracts have been successfully audited by Beosin, one of the most renowned security audit providers. Beosin has gained much attention in the blockchain security industry especially by the Beosin EagleEye, a Web3 security monitor service that monitors many projects with assets worth over $200B. Beosin was one of the early reporters for the Ankr protocol’s recent exploit.
Hunt Town’s smart contract security audit report is published via the Beosin’s official website as below: