KYC & Audit

What is KYC?

KYC (Know-Your-Customer) is most frequently utilized as an austerity measure to hedge against data theft and other forms of fraudulent behavior. While the usefulness and ethical nature of KYC are often debated, being largely at odds with the general crypto philosophy, it’s irrefutable that KYC proves more than useful in protecting customers.
One popular example of this use would be - when a user is unable to access their account on a crypto platform. KYC, when followed by proper verification can restore login access and allow the user to retrieve their funds. Without a KYC protocol in place to collect customer data available, FomoETH would be left unable to help users regain access to their wallets.
FomoETH’s decision to implement KYC was predicated upon a series of circumstances, ranging from regulations to on-chain platform preferences. The ethical nature of KYC will always be up for debate, however, FomoETH understands its place in the crypto sphere for the foreseeable future, in order to maintain a secure and user-friendly experience.

Who will handle the KYC?

FomoETH's KYC will be conducted by Veriff (https://www.veriff.com/), a global identity verification company offering services to online businesses to mitigate fraud attempts and assist in regulatory compliance.
Proof of KYC: Please check our KYC badge here on our presale. https://www.pinksale.finance/#/launchpad/0x12189Cd0303E875E849D2aB58baEa2Ca33b5Cab2?chain=BSC

2. Code Audit

Code audits systematically and manually review the code on blockchain development projects using static code analysis tools in order to pinpoint errors and source bugs in the code.
Studies show that Ethereum smart contracts have a 3% failure rate, meaning that even with smart contract audits, failures can still arise. However, smart contract bugs can be prevented. Luckily for burgeoning projects, it is eminently possible to detect smart contract bugs in advance and prevent them from reaching the production ecosystem.
FomoETH's contract code has been audited by CertiK (https://www.certik.com/), the industry No.1 contract audit and crypto security company, and InterFi Network (https://www.interfi.network/), a Pinksale partnered contract audit company.

- CertiK

Certik: Founded in 2018 by professors of Yale University and Columbia University, CertiK is a pioneer in blockchain security, utilizing best-in-class AI technology to secure and monitor blockchain protocols and smart contracts. CertiK’s mission is to secure the cyber world. Starting with blockchain, CertiK applies cutting-edge innovations from academia into enterprise, enabling mission-critical applications to be built with security and correctness.

- InterFi Network

FomoETH's Code Audit is conducted by InterFi.network (https://www.interfi.network/), a professional and easy-to-understand smart contract security audit company that has audited more than 500,000 solidity code-lines on Binance, Ethereum, Polygon, and Solana Smart Chains.
Proof of Code Audit: For both BEP20 and ERC20:
smart-contract-audits/FomoETH_AuditReport_InterFi.pdf at audit-updates · interfinetwork/smart-contract-audits
GitHub
InterFi Network Code Audit Certificate