Quantstamp is the first scalable security-audit protocol designed to find vulnerabilities in Ethereum smart contracts. Our team is stellar: PhDs with industry experience, backed by a powerful blockchain industry advisory board. For smart contracts to truly play an important role in the future of many industries, cost-effective code auditing is integral. Quantstamp’s protocol is designed to scale to verify all Ethereum projects, and become a fundamental part of mainstream adoption for Ethereum. Centralized audits are vulnerable to insider attacks. The proof-of-audit protocol is designed so that malicious actors cannot manipulate audit results.
Identify issues with blockchain environment. Investigate feasibility of product concepts. Reach out to individuals for feedback. Determine economic viability of concept.
June 2017 Design
Develop solution for solving sytematic issues with smart contract development. Research network designs and gather references from journals. Reach out to advisors for feedback. Identify key value drivers of security auditing.
July 2017 Prototype
Develop full technical whitepaper. Build abstract syntax free parcer. Build prototype to find reachability bugs. Add open source code to Github. Structure token sale. Regulation. Begin marketing / PR campaign.
April 2018 Testing
Update technical whitepaper with notes from testing. Do reliability testing and performance testing. Implement design changes. Work with the community to test the product. Strategic partner development. Conferences and awareness campaigns. Recruiting.
April 2018 Production
Update technical whitepaper with production findings. Evaluate early production performance. Production support recruiting. Strategic direction
April 2019 Network V2
Update technical whitepaper with V2 improvements. Continue working on security library and network development. Hold educational events for the community. University grants for platform research.