Least Authority recently participated in a business scale-up bootcamp organized by NGI TETRA. The bootcamp offered us valuable lessons and the honor of being chosen as one of its ‘winners’. NGI (Next Generation Internet) is a program funded by the European Union, supporting a “Human Internet that respects the fundamental values
Something that should be simple—sending files—is surprisingly hard at the moment. Aside from figuring out a reliable tool, whether it supports the file you want to send and whether the recipient can open it, there are also privacy and security concerns. That’s why we started working on the Magic Wormhole
In order to increase the transparency of our processes, we have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions for our Security Consulting work. The FAQs page provides details about our services, including: An Overview of Our Services, Planning and Preparing for a Security Audit, Responding to and Managing the Findings.
Equilibrium requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Vanilla smart contracts. Vanilla is implemented in three Solidity contracts where all user-facing calls happen via VanillaRouter, which inherits trading functionality from UniswapTrader. Profitable trading is rewarded with VanillaGovernanceToken ERC-20s. Our final audit report was completed on March 23rd,
Blox has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Blox Staking Wallet. Blox is an open-source, fully non custodial staking platform for Ethereum 2.0. The platform aims to serve as an easy and accessible way to stake Ether and earn rewards on Ethereum 2.0, while ensuring participants
Loopring is a flexible layer-2 scalability solution for basic value transactions as well as a variety of exchanges such as order book and Automated Market Maker (AMM). This system uses advanced cryptography in the form of a limited one-way homomorphic encryption using bilinear pairings, popularized in the implementation of the
Least Authority performed a security audit of the QuipuSwap Smart Contracts for the Tezos Foundation. QuipuSwap is intended to provide an easy and efficient way to exchange tokens and XTZ on the Tezos blockchain in a wide variety of ways. The QuipuSwap Smart Contracts aim to allow users to add
The Tezos Foundation has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Kolibri Smart Contracts. Kolibri is a set of Smart Contracts on Tezos which can be used to issue kUSD, a trustless, algorithmic stablecoin that is built on Collateralized Debt Positions of XTZ implementing the FA1.2 Standard.