How does it all Work?

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First things first

FRAUDL aggregates all the crypto projects it finds, old and new, and runs an in-depth security analysis on all the smart contracts found that are tied to the project. Upon completing the security audit it displays all the security issues as critical or potential risks, individually for each contract.

NFT Contracts

While NFT-specific data is only available for NFT projects, other critical factors are universal across different types of projects. It's important to take an overall analysis approach to researching any project, as factors such as Burnable NFT Examination and Transfer Approval Requirement Analysis can indicate possible security concerns. In such cases, the project creator may have the ability to manipulate NFT supply or exploit transfer approvals, potentially leaving investors vulnerable to asset loss or devaluation.

Active Mint Function Presence
Transfer Approval Requirement Analysis
Trading Restrictions Evaluation
Burnable NFT Examination

Token Contracts

When you analyse token-specific data, you can gain a better understanding of the project's security, fairness, and overall functionality. Examining these factors helps you identify potential vulnerabilities and manipulation risks. If one or more of these points are marked as critical or potential risks, it may indicate that the project could be exploited or abused, potentially leading to loss of funds or an unfair distribution of assets.

Tradable Token Evaluation
Ownership Status Inspection
Tax Rate Uniformity Analysis
Anti-Whale Limit Assessment
Trading Constraints Examination
Balance Immutability Analysis

Malicious Address Detection

By analysing address data, you can uncover possible fraudulent activities and illicit behaviour associated with a project. Should any data points in this category be flagged as potential or critical risks, it's wise to steer clear of the project, as these indicators likely suggest that the project lacks security or trustworthiness, potentially putting your investment at risk.

Addresses related to Honeypot
Phishing Activities
Blackmail Activities
Stealing Attack
Fake KYC
Malicious Mining Activities
Darkweb Transactions
Cyber crime
Money Laundering
Financial Crime
Sanctioned Address
Coin mixer interaction

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Social Media Audit

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To ensure the authenticity and engagement of our Twitter followers, we check the percentage of fake and inactive accounts. The lower this percentage is, the higher our score will be.

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To assess the activity level on a Discord server, we use a proprietary bot that counts the total number of users and identifies how many of them have been active in the past 7 days. We then calculated the score based on that info. The higher this score, the higher the Fraudl rating will be.

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To evaluate the activity level on a Telegram group, we utilize a custom bot that tallies the total number of members and determines how many have been active within the past week. Based on this information, we compute a score. A higher score corresponds to a higher Fraudl rating, ensuring you stay informed about the group's engagement levels.

Verified User Reviews

Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

Every user that wants to leave a review for a project has to go through authentication process. By connecting their wallet, they are verifying that they have bought or sold the token in the past. This way you can only see the reviews of people that actually have used the token in some way or another.

Unverified Reviews

Unverified Reviews

Unverified reviews are not allowed on FRAUDL. We had to make sure that all reviews you can see come from genuine users of the project. Each user has to verify their account via Twitter, and connect the wallet which was used to interact with the contract of the project they wish to leave the review for.