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The dYdX team asked us to review and audit their Solo project. We looked at the code and our results are published below.

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The Circle and Coinbase teams asked us to review and audit the minting contracts of the Centre Token. We looked at the code and now publish our results.

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That’s a wrap! ETHDenver 2019 has just finished up, and while everyone is exhausted, we couldn’t be more thrilled at how vibrant and active the community is!

Getting started with ZepKit

The ZeppelinOS ZepKit is designed to be a one-stop shop for getting started with developing secure, upgradable smart contracts and EVM packages.

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For the last few years, OpenZeppelin has been the standard for smart contract development. OpenZeppelin is a battle-tested framework of reusable smart contracts for Ethereum that has powered more…

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