As web3/blockchain developers, ensuring correctness and accuracy in contract code should be your topmost priority. In development, we may not completely account for errors especially logical ones. Therefore, it becomes imperative to employ tools that can perform the tasks for us.
Considering the devastating effects of vulnerable smart contracts. As web3 developers, writing secure smart contracts can be very challenging especially where many contracts are involved with limited time. You have the responsibility of deploying safe and secure code.
There are a couple of analysis and security tools that can freely help developers to reduce or avoid cheap and common mistakes and documented smart contract vulnerabilities. As a Celo developer, this tutorial will help you in the following ways:
- Learn how to use ContractFuzzer in analyzing smart contracts with code examples.
- Avoid common errors and common smart contract attacks while building for the Celo platform.
- Advanced in Smart contracts development.
Readers must have previous experience writing smart contracts using Solidity language.