A smart contract audit is a process of reviewing and analyzing the code of a smart contract to identify and mitigate potential security vulnerabilities or other issues. The purpose of a smart contract audit is to identify and address any potential weaknesses or vulnerabilities in the smart contract code before it is deployed on the blockchain network.
This can help to prevent security breaches, loss of funds, or other negative outcomes that can result from coding errors or malicious attacks.
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