Lucky Cat

Lucky Cat – BSC
Contract Link –

Compiler version – v0.8.9+commit.e5eed63a
Optimization Enabled – No with 200 runs
Start block – 16782143
Contract deployer’s address – 0xdf0833c041db53856380cf1e64cd6428a9e41d3d

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Issue Checking Status:

1. Compiler errors: Passed

2. Race conditions/Reentrancy: Passed

3. Possible delays in data delivery: Passed

4. Front running vulnerability: Passed

5. Timestamp dependence: Passed

6. Integer Overflow and Underflow: Passed

7. DoS with revert: Passed

8. DoS with blocklimit: Passed

9. Methods execution platform: Passed

10. Economy model of smart contract: Passed

11. Impact and exchange rate of logic: Passed

12. Private user data leaks: Passed

13. Malicious event log: Passed

14. Hidden malicious functions: Passed

15. Scoping and declaration: Passed

16. Uninitialized storage pointers: Passed

17. Arithmetic accuracy: Passed

18. Design logic: Passed

19. Cross-fall race conditions: Passed

20. Proper openzeppelin contract implementation and usage: Passed

21. Fallback function safety: Passed

What was the thought process behind the Lucky Cat smart contract? Why this contract over any other?

We wanted to make a fork of baked beans with low fees with multi chain and multi token support.

Is your team renouncing ownership? Explain why or why not, and how it would be beneficial.

Renouncing ownership is not required because there are no functions specifically for the owner.

Does your team have experience within the DeFi environment? Are you prepared to run this project diligently?

The LuckyCat team has over a year of experience in running DeFi projects. We are fully prepared to support LuckyCat across 6 chains.



Lucky Cat – BSC