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xAI Contract Safety
Renouncing a smart contract means that the contract's creator will no longer have control over it, making it trustless and transparent. This gives investors a sense of security, knowing that their investment is secure and not subject to manipulation by the contract creator. View our Renounce Ownership Transaction.
Liquidity locking was created to guarantee that pool tokens cannot be shifted or redeemed until a set amount of time passes. This gives users more confidence in the marketplace they are investing in because they can be sure the pool tokens won't be transferred during the time frame. To ensure the liquidity locking procedure is executed properly, standards and easy-to-use tools have been created to ensure it is done correctly. View our Liquidity Lock Details at Unicrypt
An audit of a smart contract involves carefully examining the code in order to uncover any security flaws, inefficient programming, or potential ways to increase its solidity. By carrying out this audit, developers ensure that their blockchain applications are safe and reliable. View our SolidProof Audit