Kyoto, the blockchain for carbon markets, is proud to announce that its foundational smart contracts have been certified as safe by Hacken, a blockchain security auditor – receiving the highest possible score of 10/10.

The audit, carried out on the smart contracts that underline Kyoto's core functionality and support its key blockchain infrastructure, was focused on security, test quality, code quality and documentation.

Security Score: The security analysis revealed an exemplary performance, with no critical issues, 1 high severity issue, and 2 low severity issues detected all of which were resolved or mitigated. This resulted in a security score of 10 out of 10.

Test Coverage: Kyoto's smart contracts achieved 100% code coverage, ensuring that deployment, basic user interactions, negative cases, and interactions by multiple users were thoroughly tested.

Code Quality: With a well-executed code quality score of 10 out of 10, Kyoto's development environment was found to be properly configured.

Documentation Quality: Kyoto's documentation scored a perfect 10 out of 10 with complete functional requirements and a detailed technical description provided.

The comprehensive audit report confirmed the stability and security of Kyoto's smart contracts with no major design or code flaws identified. It also verified the project’s commitment to providing a secure and reliable platform for its users.

Duncan Ross, CTO of Kyoto said:

"We are delighted to receive such an outstanding security certification from Hacken. Full transparency, constant communication between our teams and a solid, well-thought-out base were critical to achieving this result and ensuring optimal security for our users and community.”

Hacken added:

“We express our gratitude to the Kyoto Team for the collaborative engagement that enabled the execution of this Smart Contract Security Assessment.”

Kyoto remains steadfast in its pursuit of blockchain excellence whilst maintaining the highest security standards. This certification marks another key milestone for the project as it prepares for its mainnet blockchain launch in June.

To view the full report click here.