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How is Stader secure?

Stader is a secure liquid staking solution for the following reasons

  • Continous review and testing of all code.
  • Regular audits of smart contract
  • Use of Multi-sig accounts for changing smart contract parameters

What are the risks of staking with Stader?

There exist a number of potential risks when staking HBAR using liquid staking protocols.

  • Smart contract security:
    Although the Stader code is thoroughly vetted and audited there exists a possibility of malicious users exploiting a vulnerability or a bug in the contract or the Hedera platform
  • Hedera network
    Stader for Hedera is built atop experimental technology under active development, and there may be vulnerabilities in the network that malicious actors can exploit
  • Wallet and downstream apps
    Wallets and third party apps may have to be used to access staking, users should evaluate the security of the wallets and other third party apps independently, Stader does not hold any responsibility for the security of the wallets or third party applications used in staking.

The Stader team along with The Hedera Foundation is committed to delivering the best and more secure staking experience for users.

Does Stader have smart contract audits?

The Hedera smart contracts developed by Stader have been audited by Halborn. Learn more here

What Security practises have been followed for V2 launch?

As always we have followed the best practices on security and the v2 contracts have gone through a fresh third-party Audit . Additionally, our v2 code has been reviewed by The HBAR Foundation team. Goes without saying that we will continue to make sure that all products meet the highest security standards on an ongoing basis.

Are V2 contracts with Unstaking and Withdrawl audited?

Quantstamp has audited the smart contracts w.r.t

  • Staking
  • Unstaking
  • Withdrawl