September 8, 2022
September 8, 2022
Improve Your Protocol Experience With Smart Сontract Scanner
An easy-to-use smart contract scanner for thorough code analysis, identifying vulnerabilities and user-related data, ensuring optimal security and informed business decisions in the blockchain space.
Are you looking for a way to gain valuable insights into your smart contract’s performance?
Do you want to ensure that your users’ funds are safe? How to build trust within your client base and maintain this relationship?
Tokenguard offers a smart contract scanner to inspect smart contracts and find all user-related data. With this information, you can adjust your business strategy, engage with the most active users and find critical issues in the code.
Who can use Smart Contract Analysis?
Smart contract analysis can be utilized by a wide variety of crypto projects, including those:
- Blockchain-based platforms or decentralized applications (dApps) that use Ethereum smart contracts (or any other) to manage digital assets, transactions, and interactions between users.
- NFT projects, which utilize smart contracts to mint, trade, and manage unique digital assets.
- DeFi platforms, which rely on smart contracts to automate financial transactions.
- DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) projects that use smart contracts to govern the decision-making process of a community.
How Does The Smart Contract Scanner Work?
A smart contract scanner is a tool that uses technology to examine the code of a smart contract. The aim of smart contract analytics is to make sure the code works flawlessly and will not lead to problems later down the road.
During the analysis, the technology will examine the smart contract’s code line by line and look for any potential vulnerabilities or bugs. It will also check for compliance with industry standards and best practices. Once the analysis is complete, a report will be generated that highlights any issues that were found, along with suggestions for how to fix them.
The best aspect of this solution is that it’s easy to use, and you don’t even have to be proficient with coding to use it. You don’t have to run SQL queries or know the Phyton language to analyze smart contracts.
What is more exciting is that besides looking for vulnerabilities and bugs, by scanning smart contracts you can find user-related data which can help you make critical business decisions.
Imagine being able to know who are the most active users, who hold the majority of your tokens, and which sources they use to interact with your protocol.
All of these are available with Tokenguard’s smart contract analytics feature.
How You Can Create On-Chain Dashboards On Your Own
Currently Tokenguard offers a service-based solution. What does it mean to you? You need to reach out to the team through chat or email. Tokenguard will create individual dashboards for your project where you can track all the necessary data.
To be prepared you need to know what is your business goals, and the type of conversion goal. The conversion type depends on the structure of smart contracts and network type. But the general example of conversions might be Balances, Contracts, Elections, Nomination Pools, Staking, and Utility.
After you understand your business goals and conversion types, you can track any data that relates to the source, user activity, holders analysis, etc.
Which Protocols Are Supported
Tokenguard supports all Substrate Network protocols, Layer 1, as well as Layer 2 and Parachains.
This means if you’re building on Polkadot, Acala Network, Aleph Zero, Aventus, or Moonbeam you can get individual on-chain analysis for your project. You can find the full list of supported protocols on the Substrate Ecosystem List.
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