Smart Contract Audit Report
ERC-Cool utilizes an improved implementation of the ERC721 standard smart contract. The project team intends to weave automated, carbon removal into any NFT use case that inherits it in an effort to increase the fundamental value and deploying NFTs as an entirely new standard in collective climate action.
For this audit, we reviewed the project team's ERC721Cool contract at 0x035A74245EFe2BEf9a428883cA8267D8839dA06A on the Ethereum Mainnet.
No findings were identified.
Date: November 23rd, 2022.
Updated: December 14th, 2022 to reflect the project team's ERCCool contract.
- This contract is intended to be used as a template for users to enhance to fit their own desired functionality.
- In the contract's current state, any user can mint any number of NFTs by specifying a desired quantity.
- The minting functionality accepts ETH as payment though it is not required.
- A percentage of the supplied ETH is directly transferred to the TCL address based on the Mint Cool rate set by the team.
- A percentage of any ETH directly transferred to the contract is transferred to the TCL address based on the Transfer Cool Rate and Royalty rate set by the team.
- The contract implements ERC-2981 functionality that supports the use of Royalties that can be used with NFT marketplaces.
- As the contract is implemented with Solidity v0.8.x, it is safe from any possible overflows/underflows.
- The owner can withdraw all of the ETH from the contract at any time.
- The owner can set the Mint cool rate and Transfer cool rate to any percentages up to 100% at any time.
- The owner can set the Royalty rate to any value greater than the Transfer cool rate at any time.
|Arbitrary Jump/Storage Write||N/A||PASS|
|Centralization of Control||N/A||PASS|
|Delegate Call to Untrusted Contract||N/A||PASS|
|Dependence on Predictable Variables||N/A||PASS|
|Improper Authorization Scheme||N/A||PASS|
|Outdated Compiler Version||N/A||PASS|
|Overall Contract Safety||PASS|
($) = payable function # = non-constant function Int = Internal Ext = External Pub = Public + Context - [Int] _msgSender - [Int] _msgData + Ownable (Context) - [Pub]
# - [Pub] owner - [Int] _checkOwner - [Pub] renounceOwnership # - modifiers: onlyOwner - [Pub] transferOwnership # - modifiers: onlyOwner - [Int] _transferOwnership # + [Int] IERC721A - [Ext] totalSupply - [Ext] supportsInterface - [Ext] balanceOf - [Ext] ownerOf - [Ext] safeTransferFrom ($) - [Ext] safeTransferFrom ($) - [Ext] transferFrom ($) - [Ext] approve ($) - [Ext] setApprovalForAll # - [Ext] getApproved - [Ext] isApprovedForAll - [Ext] name - [Ext] symbol - [Ext] tokenURI + [Int] ERC721A__IERC721Receiver - [Ext] onERC721Received # + ERC721A (IERC721A) - [Pub] # - [Int] _startTokenId - [Int] _nextTokenId - [Pub] totalSupply - [Int] _totalMinted - [Int] _totalBurned - [Pub] balanceOf - [Int] _numberMinted - [Int] _numberBurned - [Int] _getAux - [Int] _setAux # - [Pub] supportsInterface - [Pub] name - [Pub] symbol - [Pub] tokenURI - [Int] _baseURI - [Pub] ownerOf - [Int] _ownershipOf - [Int] _ownershipAt - [Int] _initializeOwnershipAt # - [Prv] _packedOwnershipOf - [Prv] _unpackedOwnership - [Prv] _packOwnershipData - [Prv] _nextInitializedFlag - [Pub] approve ($) - [Pub] getApproved - [Pub] setApprovalForAll # - [Pub] isApprovedForAll - [Int] _exists - [Prv] _isSenderApprovedOrOwner - [Prv] _getApprovedSlotAndAddress - [Pub] transferFrom ($) - [Pub] safeTransferFrom ($) - [Pub] safeTransferFrom ($) - [Int] _beforeTokenTransfers # - [Int] _afterTokenTransfers # - [Prv] _checkContractOnERC721Received # - [Int] _mint # - [Int] _mintERC2309 # - [Int] _safeMint # - [Int] _safeMint # - [Int] _burn # - [Int] _burn # - [Int] _setExtraDataAt # - [Int] _extraData - [Prv] _nextExtraData - [Int] _msgSenderERC721A - [Int] _toString + [Int] IERC165 - [Ext] supportsInterface + [Int] IERC2981 (IERC165) - [Ext] royaltyInfo + ERC165 (IERC165) - [Pub] supportsInterface + ERC2981 (IERC2981, ERC165) - [Pub] supportsInterface - [Pub] royaltyInfo - [Int] _feeDenominator - [Int] _setDefaultRoyalty # - [Int] _deleteDefaultRoyalty # - [Int] _setTokenRoyalty # - [Int] _resetTokenRoyalty # + [Int] IERCCooldown - [Ext] transferCooldownRate - [Ext] mintCooldownRate + ERCCooldown (IERCCooldown, ERC2981) - [Pub] # - [Pub] supportsInterface - [Ext] transferCooldownRate - [Ext] mintCooldownRate - [Int] _adjustCoolRates # - [Prv] _assignCoolRates # - [Prv] _transferCooldownShare - [Prv] _mintCooldownShare - [Int] _transferCooldown # - [Int] _mintCooldown # + ERC721Cool (ERCCooldown, ERC721A, Ownable) - [Pub] # - modifiers: ERC721A,ERCCooldown - [Ext] mint ($) - [Pub] supportsInterface - [Ext] ($) - [Pub] withdraw # - modifiers: onlyOwner
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