Passive income generation protocol MoonLift passes Hacken’s security audit
Hacken, a cybersecurity consulting company with an essential focus on blockchain security, today announced it recently performed a smart contract audit for MoonLift, a community-driven passive income generator running on Binance Smart Chain. Security engineers found no issues at the final review.
Meanwhile, set to launch in the next few hours, the core team of MoonLift has already created a passionate community that is awaiting the first listing of the ecosystem’s native MLTP token.
MoonLift aims to be a one-stop destination for people that want to make passive income.
The tokenomics of the MoonLift Protocol is designed to reward long-term stakeholders. With every buy transaction, the platform takes a 5% fee. Also with every sell transaction, the platform will take a 10% fee. All of the paid fees go back to MLTP token holders.
“MoonLift’s team recognizes the level of digital threats existing in the industry since hackers actively attack new projects to steal investors’ funds by exploiting smart contract vulnerabilities. By passing the smart contract audit performed by our engineers; MoonLift will strengthen investors’ confidence and trust in the project and will become a more attractive investment destination for potential community members. Cooperation with new projects is a fascinating challenge for Hacken and great responsibility. We realize that every mistake from our side may result in projects’ collapse or serious financial damage. That is why our security experts pay high attention to all details; and try to consider various scenarios to tie hackers’ hands.”
– The Hacken Team