ZkSync Passes Security Audit to Expand Access to Users This year

The audit enables protocols and users to have more trust in expanding to the new network and transacting on them.
ZkSync Passes Security Audit to Expand Access to Users This year

An Ethereum scaling protocol ZkSync passed its first security audit in preparation for expanding access to users by the end of this year. A leading crypto auditing firm OpenZeppelin conducted the audit which took place over a four-week period.

After the worst hacking year in crypto history, it has become essential for new protocols to conduct security auditing. ZkSync has taken a vital step by adding an extra layer of trust in its network security for builders and users of protocols. 

ZkSync is also planning to have additional security measures over the next several months including contests, bug bounties, and hackathons. 

Earlier this month, ZkSync also announced plans to integrate three popular programming languages Java, Python, and Go into its Software Developer Kits (SDKs).

Even several well known DeFi protocols such as Uniswap and Aave have committed to launch on zkSync. The audit enables protocols and users to have more trust in expanding to the new network and transacting on them. 

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