Ethereum Foundation has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the EIP-3074: AUTH and AUTHCALL opcodes specification, which aims to allow Externally Owned Accounts (EOAs) to delegate control of their account to a smart contract. This EIP introduces two Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) instructions, AUTH and AUTHCALL. The
Pendle Finance requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Pendle protocol smart contracts. The Pendle protocol leverages the base lending layer created by other Decentralized Finance (DeFi) protocols (i.e. Aave and Compound) by separating the future cash flow from the lending protocols’ yield tokens and tokenizing that
Tezos Foundation has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Wrap Protocol Smart Contracts. Wrap is a bridge that allows users to wrap ERC20 tokens into FA2 tokens on the Tezos Blockchain. Our final audit report was completed on May 24th, 2021. To read the full report
Chia Network has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Coloured coin implementation, a Chialisp smart transaction and its dependencies. Chia Network aims to build a blockchain and smart transaction platform that is decentralized, efficient, and secure. Chialisp is Chia’s new smart transaction programming language. The blockchain
Fractal has requested that Least Authority perform a security audit of the Staking and Claims Registry smart contracts. Fractal is an open source protocol that aims to define a basic standard to exchange user information in a fair and open way while ensuring a high-quality version of the free internet.
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