We offer blockchain services such as smart contract audits, or core blockchain audits. Please contact us for a quote. Here you can also find a list of public reports.
Smart Contract Audits
We provide thorough smart contract audits to find vulnerabilities before the bad guys do. We have experience auditing complex DeFi products, NFT platforms, liquid staking solutions, cross-chain protocols, and much more. Our customers value our deep understanding of their products, attention to detail, and knowledge of the underlying technology.
- Solana contract audits
- Ethereum contract audits
- Move contract audits
Core Blockchain Audits
Core blockchain audits are the essence of our business. We found our first core blockchain bugs back in 2020, which led to Neodyme being founded in the first place. Since then, we have reported numerous vulnerabilities in several blockchains, and we continue to do so. We offer core blockchain audits as one of our main services.
- Cryptography audits
- Validator code audits
- Core ecosystem audits
Protocol Design Reviews
Through our auditing services, we have seen countless protocols and their implementations. In addition, most of our team has enjoyed a formal education in computer science and cybersecurity. We know how secure protocols are built. If you want a new protocol design scrutinized by our team of experts, we are your friends.
- White- and Yellowpaper Reviews
- Code Quality Reviews for Investors
- Security Architecture Assessments
“Neodyme is a young team with a lot of attention for detail. You can see their CTF background play well into their work as auditors. For them it’s a (nearly athletic) challenge, their motivation to find as many bugs as they can, in the shortest time possible is incredibly high. From all auditing firms I know of, they have the longest and deepest experience working with the Solana validator client and various dapps, including Mango.”
Always ahead of the competion.
Our impact expressed in numbers.
- Auditing Solana since
- TVL saved from Loss-of-Funds bugs
- Core blockchain bugs reported