In your standard day-to-day life, nobody likes to get audited. In the blockchain industry, however, audits are a crucial part of ensuring security and maintaining trust — especially when it comes to smart contracts. (Which aren’t always so smart.) iGaming platform Luckchemy was recently audited by New Alchemy, and the results were extremely positive. ‘Issues of Critical Severity’ Non-Existent Last month, blockchain technology and capital solutions company New Alchemy examined Luckchemy’s smart contracts and subsequently
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