CEO and co-founder of @SoHoTokenLabs. Formerly Head of Security Auditing @Quantstamp. Prev @Snap @Apple. Opinions are my own.
New York, NY
@bryanmyint Fantastic question!
Audits for us are primarily serving as market research -- giving us insight into how and why people unknowingly may introduce vulnerabilities to their code. Our primary focus is actually building out a way to securely develop smart contracts from scratch -- which we're slowly sharing more..
@campbellcapital @campbellcapital I actually worked at Snapchat around the same time the Hexel Founders did -- and went through the same YC W18 batch during my tenure at Quantstamp -- quite a small world!
The premise of a factory contract is appealing to many -- they're relatively quick to utilize, and can create variou..
@dstuecken @Jon_A_Haas I've thought a bit about how to respond to this more cohesively, largely given the blog post I made today (https://blog.sohotokenlabs.com/2018/06/12/standards-smart-contract-security/)
To answer, we're trying to figure out the correct answer to that for the entire industry, but we know right now w..
@soonaorlater @ElissaBeth I noted a number of these aspects on Twitter, and I'm in agreement with much of the sentiment of the post. Smart contract security is difficult -- immensely so. Look at the simplicity in crafting a hello world in something like C or Python. It's relatively rudimentary, easy enough to explain to a n..