At Hydro, we understand that “Code is Law” and Law should be impenetrable. That’s why we conduct Smart Contract Security Audits before they even make it off the Testnet. You can find all the audit reports for different phases of Hydro below.
Hydro Main Contract
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Hydro is an open source blockchain project comprising of multiple smart contracts (protocols) and a dApp store, all powered by the HYDRO token. It is free for businesses to implement and free for consumers to use.
Raindrop is an authentication protocol which vastly improves upon current 2FA standards with decentralized public blockchain security for logins, authentication and more. Simply put, It enhances off-chain authentication protocols by incorporating blockchain to thwart system breaches and data compromises.
Snowflake is an identity protocol designed to protect private data from identity theft. Storing a unique and Immutable ‘Digital Fingerprint’ on the blockchain, will frustrate hackers, and provide a major barrier to identity theft attempts. Snowflake is built on top of ERC-1484.
Ice is a document signing and verification protocol which will allow users to stamp, authenticate, verify and seal any document or contract that is sent. Ice brings a unique solution where you’ll be able to stamp documents on-chain as well as sign documents.
Tide allows payments to be connected to an on-chain identity. This means you can power one-time payments, subscriptions, escrow payments, charge interest, and many more things in a secure and scalable fashion.
Hail is all about the creation of standardized security tokens that can be issued, bought/sold, validated, transferred, paid as dividends, and destroyed. The above phases of Hydro enables the complete eco-system which is required to enable and provide a robust security tokenization implementation, covering all aspects of the tokenization process.
Smart Contract Security Audits are an official inspection of our smart contracts from an independent body. It is usually done before a contract is deployed on mainnet. This helps ensure that our users are secured against any current or future threats.
What is the policy on Audits?
We will always perform a security audit on our smart contracts. Some contracts are more complex than others, our policy is to have multiple audits on those to ensure the safety of our users and their funds. The audit will always be transparently revealed and we will either incorporate the suggestions highlighted in the audit or issue our reply to the Auditor’s concerns and why we think that a specific issue might not affect us.
I found an issue with your smart contract?
The correct way to reach us is by filling out this Contact Form. We reserve the right to incorporate your suggestions and/or award a bounty to you in case the bug was never discovered.