TenX Security Audit

ChainSecurity has completed a security audit of the TenX token. To find out more about the scope of the audit and considered properties, see our audit report.

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ChainSecurity has completed a security audit of the TenX token. To find out more about the scope of the audit and considered properties, see our audit report.

Summary

TenX introduces a security token. The token implements the ERC-20 and ERC-1400 (ERC-1644 and ERC-1594) specifications. It grants the right to receive Y% (Y = amount TENX tokens owned by an account / total amount of TENX tokens) of the PAY tokens which are deposited in the rewards contract by TenX. An eligible user can withdraw his share of PAY token from the reward contract. A user is eligible if he passed KYC and held TENX token when the deposit was made.

The new token standard (ERC–1400) which TenX uses is currently in development and thereby subject to changes. Therefore, ChainSecurity recommends TenX to track the latest developments related to this standard.

The TenX smart contracts have been analyzed with state-of-the-art tools for verification of generic vulnerabilities and custom functional requirements. During this process, ChainSecurity found several issues of different severity (see report for full details). All reported issues were then dully acknowledged and addressed by TenX.

About TenX

TenX is a Singapore-based blockchain company that makes cryptocurrencies spendable on-the-go. The TenX payment system includes the TenX Wallet that can be funded with different cryptocurrencies (available on iOS and Android) and the TenX Card, which can be used in almost 200 countries.

Find out more at tenx.tech.