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Dozens of blockchain projects trust Guardian Audits with their smart contract security.

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Pay-Per-Vulnerability

Just $500 down to begin the audit, after that, only pay if vulnerabilities are found!

Uncover vulnerabilities with:

  • • Expert manual review
  • • A 1 week audit turnaround
  • • Remediation consultation
  • • One free report revision
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Designed For Bulletproof Security

Deep Analysis

• Expert line by line review of project code
• Automated insights with Slither, Mythril MythX, and Surya

Remediation

• Recommended alleviations for all findings
• Consultation with the auditee based on improvements and outstanding issues

Report

• Preliminary report with 1 free revision
• Thorough and transparent final audit report

Here's How It Works

$500 Down Payment

Put $500 down to begin the smart contract review and audit

Intermediate Report

Review and alleviate all vulnerabilities in an intermediate report.

Final Report

Pay based on the vulnerabilities uncovered and receive the final report.

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The Guardian Team

We're passionate about securing the bleeding edge of blockchain.

Owen

Lead Auditor

Daniel

Lead Auditor

Frequently asked questions

Do you perform an audit re-assessment?

Yes! We provide one free audit re-assessment after you fix the recommended vulnerabilities. We can provide extra assessments with discounted rates if needed.

How much does the smart contract audit cost?

Every audit has a downpayment of $500 to start. After that, price-per-vulnerability ranges by vulnerability level, audit urgency, and smart contract complexity. We accept BTC, ETH, FTM, DAI, USDC, etc.

Reach out to us on Telegram to get a full price-per-vulnerability quote.

Where does the audit get published?

Every audit performed by Guardian Audits is publicly posted on the Guardian Audit GitHub to provide transparency and trust. However, you may publish the audit result wherever you like.