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At the end of April 2022, the project Zone of Avoidance reached Hacken to pass a token smart contract audit. The testing was completed within five days and the project has already received great positive feedback from the community. What is unique in this audit? Find details below.
Zone of Avoidance (ZoA) is a PVP/PVE, Play-to-Earn, NFT-based auto battler in which the universe becomes your campaign ground. Buy your NFT spaceship, fill it with heroes and embark on your mission out of the New Milky Way toward the Zone of Avoidance. As you hop between planets, you’ll discover valuable commodities and fight the inhabitants willing to do anything to protect them. Actually, ZoA is a super simple NFT cards game, where users without crypto experience can easily play. Currently on a testnet stage, mvp release in June.
There is no project that can be 100% sure of its code be free of bugs and flaws. Thus, absolutely every project is a potential client for smart contract auditors. Vendors just need to show these projects that audit is a time-efficient process with no hidden problems, fees, and uncertainty.
Zone of Avoidance decided to work with Hacken because it received many positive comments about our services from its partners. Thus, clients’ satisfaction with the quality of services they get is the most effective promotion strategy for Web 3.0 cybersecurity auditors.
The CEO of Zone of Avoidance Isak Saryieu admitted the professional approach to communication applied by our team representative Kostiantyn. When a customer gets a response almost immediately, he realizes that an auditor values his time and that every client matters to this company.
The client has noted that the insights gained within the framework of cooperation with Hacken auditors will be used during the next audits. We strongly advise every project to be deeply involved in the audit process. The success of an audit strongly depends on the client’s motivation.
Great thanks to Zone of Avoidance team for their valuable feedback on our audit. We would like to note that clients’ opinion is the most important source of information for us on how to reach new heights in smart contract auditing.
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