Shardeum is thrilled to welcome Secure3 to its ecosystem. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Secure3 is an intelligent audit contest platform aiming to reshape Web3 safety by providing effective, affordable, and secure smart contract auditing services for all Web3 projects and supporting penetration testing for Web2 companies. Secure3’s audit contest organizes decentralized certified auditors through an audit competition. With 3-10x more auditors (compared to centralized auditing firms) working on the project independently and simultaneously, Secure3 has proven successful in providing cost-efficient and high-quality auditing services. In 6 months, Secure3 has done over 100 projects and has been recognized by industry leaders. Secure3 was incubated by StartX in 2022 and closed $5M seed funding from Mirana, GGV, Alumni Ventures, Hashkeys, etc.
As the strategic security partner of Shardeum and the auditor of Shardeum’s mainnet, Secure3 will guarantee all projects deploying on Shardeum the best price and highest priority on auditor matching, grading, and feedback priority. If you have quotes from other reputable auditing parties, Secure3 will honor the price match above our safety bottom line.
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Last Updated on June 28, 2023