JusDeFi Token (JDFI) security audit, conducted by the Callisto Network Security Department in November 2020.
JusDeFi (JDFI) Specificities
JusDeFi is a next-generation yield farming experiment, combining some of the most exciting features from today’s biggest players in DeFi with revolutionary new tokenomics. Participants can stake JDFI tokens directly (or to stake LP for even larger rewards) and our unique fee structure powers the burn and buyback systems which in turn drive price action. Whenever you unstake your JDFI, a fee will be charged. Half goes into the staking rewards pool, and the other half is burned. This unstaking fee is dynamic, and changes weekly based on community governance.
JusDeFi (JDFI) Smart Contract Security Audit Report
Are Your Funds Safe?
1. In scope
Commit hash 04ec75af9dd802e9f56f64b1b37b89c7e21a4480
In total, 1 issue was reported including:
- 1 notes.
2.1. Trusted addresses
The function transferFrom in
JusDeFi allow transferring from any address without allowance if
msg.sender is in the whitelist. Two of three whitelisted addresses are
UNIV2StakingPool which is part of the codebase, but the third address
uniswapRouter sets in the constructor and is an external contract which is not part of the provided codebase. You have to be sure that
uniswapRouter passed the security audits and have no issues.
In the audited smart contracts, there were not found security issues.
The only note: require to check the address of
uniswapRouter which will be used in contract deployment, to be a real address of Uniswap Router.
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