Apple PYE

Smart Contract Audit Report

Audit Summary

Apple PYE is a new BEP-20 token on the Binance Smart Chain.

For this audit, we reviewed the project team's Apple contract at 0x390deb8148397F04f59d99a224Da0e9365D5CB19 on the Binance Smart Chain Mainnet.

Audit Findings

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Date: March 14th, 2022.

Finding #1 - Apple - High

Description: Token transfers do not transfer delegates along with the token.
Risk/Impact: Delegatees will retain their votes even if a transfer occurs. This can result in additional votes being created through the use of transfers.
Recommendation: The _transfer() function should add the appropriate _moveDelegates() call.
Resolution: The team has not yet addressed this issue.

Finding #2 - Apple - Informational

Description: Several functions are declared public, but are never called internally.
transfer, transferFrom, setMarketingFee, setMarketingAddress, mint, burn
Recommendation: These functions should be declared external for additional gas savings on each call.

Contract Overview

  • The total supply of the token is currently ~10.1 million $APPLEPYE [10,099,367].
  • The contract utilizes a Burner role. The assigned addresses can burn any user's tokens without an approval to reduce the total supply.
  • The contract utilizes a Minter role. The assigned addresses can mint any number of tokens to any account at any time.
  • At the time of writing this report, there are 696 total token holders. The token allocation is as follows:
    • 80.79% of the total supply belongs to the CherryChefV2 contract. This contract was out of scope for the purpose of this audit.
    • 4.74% of the total supply belongs to the PYEChefV2 contract. This contract was out of scope for the purpose of this audit.
    • 3.95% of the total supply is in PYESwap liquidity.
    • Of that liquidity, 99.99% of the LP tokens belong to the PYEChefV2 contract.
    • 2.42% of the total supply belongs to the SmartChef contract. This contract was out of scope for the purpose of this audit.

  • The $APPLEPYE token is designed to be a governance token where one token represents one vote.
  • Users may delegate their votes to another address allowing them to vote on behalf of the user.
  • Once votes are delegated, the user must explicitly delegate back to themselves to regain their votes.
  • Users also have the option to delegate through the use of a signed message, allowing for a gasless delegation for the user.

  • There is a transfer fee charged on all token transfers. The tokens collected from the transfer fee are allocated to the team's Marketing wallet.
  • The contract utilizes a Fee Setter role. The assigned addresses can set the transfer fee to any percentage at any time.
  • The Fee Setter addresses can also update the team's Marketing wallet to any address at any time.
  • The contract utilizes the SafeMath library to protect from overflows/underflows.
  • The contract complies with the BEP-20 token standard.

Audit Results

Vulnerability CategoryNotesResult
Arbitrary Jump/Storage WriteN/APASS
Centralization of Control
  • The assigned Burner role addresses can burn any user's tokens without an approval.
  • The assigned Minter role addresses can mint any number of tokens at any time.
  • The team can set the transfer fee up to 100%.
  • FAIL
    Compiler IssuesN/APASS
    Delegate Call to Untrusted ContractN/APASS
    Dependence on Predictable VariablesN/APASS
    Ether/Token TheftN/APASS
    Flash LoansN/APASS
    Front RunningN/APASS
    Improper EventsN/APASS
    Improper Authorization SchemeN/APASS
    Integer Over/UnderflowN/APASS
    Logical IssuesToken transfers do not transfer delegates along with the token.FAIL
    Oracle IssuesN/APASS
    Outdated Compiler VersionN/APASS
    Race ConditionsN/APASS
    ReentrancyN/APASS
    Signature IssuesN/APASS
    Unbounded LoopsN/APASS
    Unused CodeN/APASS
    Overall Contract Safety FAIL

    Inheritance Chart

    Smart Contract Audit - Inheritance

    Function Graph

    Smart Contract Audit - Graph

    Functions Overview

    
     ($) = payable function
     # = non-constant function
     
     Int = Internal
     Ext = External
     Pub = Public
    
     + [Int] IBEP20 
        - [Ext] totalSupply
        - [Ext] decimals
        - [Ext] symbol
        - [Ext] name
        - [Ext] getOwner
        - [Ext] balanceOf
        - [Ext] transfer #
        - [Ext] allowance
        - [Ext] approve #
        - [Ext] transferFrom #
    
     + [Lib] EnumerableSet 
        - [Prv] _add #
        - [Prv] _remove #
        - [Prv] _contains
        - [Prv] _length
        - [Prv] _at
        - [Int] add #
        - [Int] remove #
        - [Int] contains
        - [Int] length
        - [Int] at
        - [Int] add #
        - [Int] remove #
        - [Int] contains
        - [Int] length
        - [Int] at
        - [Int] add #
        - [Int] remove #
        - [Int] contains
        - [Int] length
        - [Int] at
    
     + [Lib] Address 
        - [Int] isContract
        - [Int] sendValue #
        - [Int] functionCall #
        - [Int] functionCall #
        - [Int] functionCallWithValue #
        - [Int] functionCallWithValue #
        - [Int] functionStaticCall
        - [Int] functionStaticCall
        - [Int] functionDelegateCall #
        - [Int] functionDelegateCall #
        - [Prv] _verifyCallResult
    
     + [Lib] SafeMath 
        - [Int] tryAdd
        - [Int] trySub
        - [Int] tryMul
        - [Int] tryDiv
        - [Int] tryMod
        - [Int] add
        - [Int] sub
        - [Int] mul
        - [Int] div
        - [Int] mod
        - [Int] sub
        - [Int] div
        - [Int] mod
    
     +  Context 
        - [Int] _msgSender
        - [Int] _msgData
    
     +  AccessControl (Context)
        - [Pub] hasRole
        - [Pub] getRoleMemberCount
        - [Pub] getRoleMember
        - [Pub] getRoleAdmin
        - [Pub] grantRole #
        - [Pub] revokeRole #
        - [Pub] renounceRole #
        - [Int] _setupRole #
        - [Int] _setRoleAdmin #
        - [Prv] _grantRole #
        - [Prv] _revokeRole #
    
     +  Ownable (Context)
        - [Int]  #
        - [Pub] owner
        - [Pub] renounceOwnership #
           - modifiers: onlyOwner
        - [Pub] transferOwnership #
           - modifiers: onlyOwner
    
     +  BEP20 (Context, IBEP20, Ownable, AccessControl)
        - [Pub]  #
        - [Ext] getOwner
        - [Pub] name
        - [Pub] decimals
        - [Pub] symbol
        - [Pub] totalSupply
        - [Pub] balanceOf
        - [Pub] transfer #
        - [Pub] allowance
        - [Pub] approve #
        - [Pub] transferFrom #
        - [Pub] increaseAllowance #
        - [Pub] decreaseAllowance #
        - [Pub] mint #
        - [Int] _transfer #
        - [Int] _mint #
        - [Int] _burn #
        - [Int] _approve #
        - [Int] _burnFrom #
    
     +  Apple (BEP20)
        - [Pub]  #
           - modifiers: BEP20
        - [Pub] setMarketingFee #
        - [Pub] setMarketingAddress #
        - [Pub] transfer #
        - [Pub] transferFrom #
        - [Pub] mint #
        - [Pub] burn #
        - [Ext] delegates
        - [Ext] delegate #
        - [Ext] delegateBySig #
        - [Ext] getCurrentVotes
        - [Ext] getPriorVotes
        - [Int] _delegate #
        - [Int] _moveDelegates #
        - [Int] _writeCheckpoint #
        - [Int] safe32
        - [Int] getChainId

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