Staking & Governance dApp and security audit reports

3 min readDec 14, 2020


We are pleased to announce that the security audit reports of the staking and governance by PeckShield and Blockchain Consilium are complete and no issues have been found!

We have also integrated our token smart contract and the staking + governance contracts with the CertiK Foundation. They will provide QuickScan and Security Oracle for all of our contracts. Security Oracle is a decentralized risk scoring system for smart contracts and blockchain projects. QuickScan is their proprietary scanning tool which examines each smart contract and returns a security score backed by 5 security services. A network of oracle operators then configure QuickScan scores into final scores in decentralized manners, which can be queried by endpoint users through Security Oracle.

Blockchain Consilium Audit Summary:
This code is clean, thoughtfully written and in general well architected. The code conforms closely to the documentation and specification. Overall, the code is clear on what it is supposed to do for each function. The visibility and state mutability of all the functions are clearly specified, and there are no confusions.
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PeckShield Audit Summary:
In this audit, we thoroughly analyzed the DeFi Yield Protocol (DYP) design and implementation. During the audit, we notice that the current code base is well structured and neatly organized, and those identified issues are promptly confirmed and fixed. Furthermore, we need to emphasize that smart contracts as a whole are still in an early, but exciting stage of development. To improve this report, we greatly appreciate any constructive feedback or suggestions, on our methodology, audit findings, or potential gaps in scope/coverage.
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CertiK Foundation QuickScan and Security Oracle for DYP token smart contract (we are still waiting for integration for the staking and governance contracts)
What Is CertiK Chain? CertiK Chain, a security-first, delegated proof-of-stake blockchain, for trustworthy execution of mission-critical applications, including DeFi, NFTs, and autonomous vehicles.
What is the Security Oracle?
The Security Oracle is formed by a decentralized network of operators that use industry-leading security technologies to evaluate the reliability of mission-critical smart contracts, such as those used in DeFi. Smart contracts integrated with the Security Oracle may flag and prevent malicious transactions from occurring, preventing situations of crypto asset loss.
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What’s going to happen in the next 48–72 hours?
-the crowdsale will end in 48 hours, the countdown already started
-burn all the unsold tokens
-lock the rest of the DYP tokens from the total supply on auditited smart contracts
-distribute the $50,000 Giveaway in Ethereum to the token holders
-distribute the 10% bonus to the early users
-distribute the contribution bonus to all of the DYP users
-add the liquidity on Uniswap and lock it for 1 year
-deployment of all of the 17 smart contracts (we have 4 smart contracts for each participating pool + 1 smart contract for the governance)
-launch the staking and governance dApp with a full report and staking tutorial

Thank you for your support!