We’re thrilled to announce that we have integrated with Mintify to power Smart Contract security on their platform. Every single upcoming mint on the Mintify platform is scanned by Webacy’s proprietary APIs for contract vulnerabilities and for bad actor scams. An NFT mint will be flagged and a user will have the opportunity to DYOR (Do Your Own Research) further to decide if they choose to mint.
Webacy has always been about enabling safety for your digital assets and ultimately enabling digital freedom. The same tools built into Webacy Consumer is available in SDK’s and API’s as part of our EmbeddedSafety™ offering. This brings Webacy safety into daily dApps that you’re using. To feel safe is to enable digital freedom in as many places as possible. That’s why we continue to build and innovate here at Webacy.
Partnering with Mintify
Webacy now powers the security on Mintify. Webacy’s EmbeddedSafety™ API’s help turbocharge the security on Mintify’s platform by scanning smart contracts in real-time. All upcoming and newly created NFT drops available to their users are analyzed by Webacy. This is a direct move to create a safer web3 ecosystem.
What is Webacy analyzing? The same tech that Webacy uses to scan your wallets, your transactions, and approval smart contracts on Webacy Consumer is used here: to detect anything harmful, like clones, drainers, and bad actor smart contracts. If anything malicious is detected, the contract is flagged and potentially removed from Mintify’s Direct Mint list. Likewise, if a spam contract (such as a duplicate) or any suspicious activity from the deployer is detected, it will be flagged by Webacy and visible to users on Mintify with a red flag. This move will directly advise Mintify users to proceed with caution when engaging with anything flagged by Webacy.
This move is simple: Let’s be safer. Encourage others to be safer. Encourage the usage of tools to be safe.
This EmbeddedSafety™ offering dovetails off of our recent announcement with Unstoppable Domains. We are working hard to bring safety into more places that you interact with in Web3.
If you’re interested in leveraging our EmbeddedSafety™ offerings, please go to Webacy.com and click on “API Access”.
Let’s be safer together.