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Security & Audits
We do take security seriously and have spared no resources in order to ensure that the protocol matches the highest security standards. The smart contracts have been designed to be safe and secure from the very start, and underwent multiple professional audits. However, there is no insurance provided in case an unknown bug or exploit is found.

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GoodGhosting v2
Auditor
Description
Audit Type
Date
​Dedaub​
v.2.0.0 Core Contracts and five yield-strategies (Aave v2; Aave v3; Curve; Mobius; No yield)
Smart Contracts
Jun, 2022
GoodGhosting v1
Auditor
Description
Audit Type
Date
​Quantstamp​
v.1.0.1 Core Contracts
Smart Contracts
Aug, 2021
​Dedaub​
v.1.0.1 Core Contracts
Smart Contracts
Jul, 2021
​Ackee Blockchain​
v.1.0.1 Core Contracts
Smart Contracts
Nov, 2021
​Ackee Blockchain​
v1.0.2 Curve Strategy
Smart Contracts
Jan, 2022
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Depositing funds into GoodGhosting does not come without risks. Before making a deposit, it is best to research and understand the risks involved.

As with all decentralized finance (DeFi) products, there are inherent dangers, including those related to smart contract vulnerabilities. The risks include, but are not limited to:
  • Smart contract issues and/or exploits with the GoodGhosting savings pool [Ref]
  • Smart contract issues and/or exploits with the Aave v2 lending protocol [Ref]
  • Smart contract issues and/or exploits with the Aave v3 lending protocol [Ref]
  • Smart contract issues and/or exploits with the Moola v2 lending protocol [Ref]
  • Smart contract issues and/or exploits with the Mobius Money protocol [Ref]
  • Smart contract issues and/or exploits with the Curve Finance protocol [Ref]
  • Systemic issues and/or exploits with the blockchain used E.g. Polygon PoS chain [Ref] or Celo [Ref]
  • Systemic issues and/or exploits with the stablecoins used E.g. DAI from MakerDAO [Ref] or cUSD/cEUR/cREAL from Celo [Ref1, Ref2, Ref3]
  • Loss of fiat value due to price fluctuations of deposited volatile digital assets [Ref]
  • Slippage, Price Impact and Impermanent loss when using automated market makers (AMMs) like Curve and Mobius [Ref]
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To fully graps how GoodGhosting works, we strongly recommend to read the technical details described in the Game Mechanics & Technical page. Especially, the risks inherent to the somewhat centralized power available to the Admin functions of the GoodGhosting contracts.
To learn more about the general risk in decentralized finance, we can recommend following publications:
Meegan 2020 - Identifying Key Non-Financial Risks in DeFi on Ethereum Blockchain.pdf
292KB
PDF
Jensen & Ross - 2021 - Managing Risk in DeFi - SSRN-id3745568.pdf
193KB
PDF
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