In this article we are benchmarking several auditing tools. The smart contract security audit is a critical phase in the development of smart contracts. The DAO hack was just one trip in the odyssey to secure Ethereum smart contracts and compatible blockchains like RSK and Cardano. It is important to highlight that back in 2016 […]
The crypto market is still inefficient. Cryptoassets have different rates on different exchanges. The big question is how we can profit from that inefficiency. One approach is making transactions between exchanges, but if we buy a cryptoasset on one exchange, by the time we can sell it on another, the price difference may no longer […]
Prediction markets are a special kind of betting platforms that can be used for multiple purposes ranging from insuring a crop from bad weather to predicting the outcome of an event based on the wisdom of the crowd. Among other popular uses of prediction markets are hedging an investment, shorting the market, creating a futures […]
CoinFabrik has been hired to audit the EasyPool smart contracts. We start this PDF report writing a summary with the smart contracts provided by the client and a list of the analysis methods used to audit the contracts. Next, we detailed our findings ordering the issues by severity, followed by all the observations we considered important to add.
In this article we review the main ideas presented in the last cryptoassets valuation Satis Group’s article published by Bloomberg. Satis Group is an ICO advisory firm which has helped model one of the first bitcoin valuation in 2014. According to their report, the cryptoassets ecosystem forecast is promising. Bitcoin and Monero cryptocurrencies are both expected […]
The second stage of the Dogethereum bridge was presented on September 5, 2018 at 10 am (PT) and live streamed. The bridge uses “superblocks” to move coins from Dogecoin to Ethereum and collateralization to move coins from Ethereum to Dogecoin. We are excited because this innovation can also be used to bridge other blockchain pairs. […]
Thanks to the invention of cryptocurrencies a new kind of financial product has been made possible, the crypto-backed loans. Following is a brief comparison of 10 platforms that providing access to it. As we can see by looking at the table the options vary greatly respect to the interest rates, platforms fees, and currencies accepted. […]
At CoinFabrik we are organizing internal presentations in response to interesting work we are doing. As we have grown, scheduling time to share our projects and ideas has become essential. Recent presentations have included: Decentralized Blockchain Bridges Last year Oscar Guindzberg, TrueBit, and CoinFabrik partnered to create a decentralized trustless bridge between Dogecoin and Ethereum […]
This article aims to extend the analysis of Bitcoin using Metcalfe’s Law performed by Cryptolab Capital on this article. Here, we are going to summarize some ideas and apply them to other major networks. We are going to update the analysis with Bitcoin to review some points and then, we are going to extend the […]
Some people think that cryptoassets are bubbles without intrinsic value and this is mostly due to the fact that they don’t know how to analyze them. Cryptoassets can’t be analyzed with the same valuation frameworks used in stocks and other non-cryptoassets. However, the crypto-community has been generating some useful valuation models. In this article we are […]
Prior to the Bitcoin blockchain of “Satoshi Nakamoto”, distributed ledger systems were lacking two important properties which are essential for a decentralized digital cash system. The first property which existing distributed ledger systems were missing, was the ability to scale to a network of millions of users. And secondly, systems at the time were not permissionless
CoinFabrik has been hired to audit the INLOCK token sale smart contracts. We started this audit report writing a summary of the smart contracts provided by the client and a list of the analysis methods used to audit the contracts. Next, we detailed our findings ordering the issues by severity, followed by all the observations we considered important to add. We ended this audit with a conclusion explaining how do the auditors value the code reviewed, and what are the most important things that need to be corrected to it to make it work flawlessly and securely.