BabyCrib

Project Information

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Network
Description

Baby Crib is a dividend distributing reflection token. This means that the success of such a project highly depends on the governance.

As almost none of the governance risk issues were resolved, it is vital to carefully evaluate the trust and reputation of the team before investing in such a project.

Finally, many of the code related issues were resolved but as the client changed out the audited contracts with new ones, the new ones were unaudited and contain multiple acknowledged issues which could affect the functioning of the contract over the longer term.

Commissioned

21 Sep 2021

Completed

22 Oct 2021

Contracts Audited
DividendDistributor 0x94acddffc98c9e5b27ccede77c89346b63ec9e58
BabyCrib0xD1FcB3A42E91e1847d43E28a129e8F31a415d3CD
 FoundResolvedPartially ResolvedAcknowledged
(no change made)
High Severity High615
Medium Severity Medium1147
Low Severity Low532
Information Informational12516
Total3413120

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Exploits, vulnerabilities or errors that will certainly or probabilistically lead towards loss of funds, control, or impairment of the contract and its functions. Issues under this classification are recommended to be fixed with utmost urgency.

Bugs or issues with that may be subject to exploit, though their impact is somewhat limited. Issues under this classification are recommended to be fixed as soon as possible.

Effects are minimal in isolation and do not pose a significant danger to the project or its users. Issues under this classification are recommended to be fixed nonetheless.

Consistency, syntax or style best practices. Generally pose a negligible level of risk, if any.