Trust is hard to gain and easy to lose. It is the foundation swap.kiwi is built on. We ask you trust us. To help you in doing so we are sharing as much information as possible with you in the first place.
That’s why we have taken certain measures that you can keep trusting swap.kiwi with your most precious NFTs. These measures are:
Yes, we’re open source. You will find the smart contract here. Feel free to fork it, test it, hack it. We are happy about any feedback to improve the contract. And in case you find a critical bug, we are happy to pay you a bounty.
Let’s not kid ourselves, we are not perfect. We make mistakes. That’s why it’s important to have a completely uninvolved 3rd party looking at the swap.kiwi smart contract once in a while. We assigned the task to audit our contract to Hacken, a security consulting company. They conducted a smart contract code review and security analysis between October 21st and October 26th 2021.
As a result of the audit, there were a total of 4 issues found. One of them was critical (potential exploit) and three were low level vulnerabilities. Based on the findings and recommendations, the swap.kiwi team fixed all four issues and the contract underwent a second examination. We are happy to announce that the smart contract, according to Hacken, is now well secured.