What to look out for

The sERC20 library works best when the implementation is valid. Just because a contract is using sERC20 does not guarantee the legitimacy. Always check a contract before investing.

sERC20 quick audit checklist

  • Verify that the SERC20 abstract contract has not been modified. You can find the source code for both of these on our Github repository HERE.
  • Verify that tax, transaction limits, blacklists, trading status and the router/pair are all being managed and controlled by the sERC20 helper methods. A more in-depth overview on this can be found HERE.
  • As with any any contract regardless of sERC20 integration, review all methods and their functionality before investing.
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