Defi is a relatively new concept but has seen exponential growth to a point where there is a multitude of new projects created every day. In a fast-paced world like this, there will also be an enormous amount of scams. The scams have become so elaborate that it’s hard for the common investor to trust a project, even though it could be legit.
We saw a need for creating high-quality audits at a fast phase to keep up with the constantly expanding market. With the Obelisk stamp of approval, a legitimate project can easily grow its user base exponentially in a world where trust means everything.
Obelisk Auditing consists of a group of semi-anon security experts that specialize in security and structural operations. All our audits will always be conducted by at least two independent auditors for maximum security and professionalism. As a comprehensive security firm, Obelisk provides all kinds of audits and project assistance.
Obelisk is part of Tibereum Group who provides services such as coding and consulting behind the scenes.
Zapmore has been working with sales for the last 10 years and is now the main point of contact for Obelisk, where he handles day-to-day duties, quote requests, customer interactions, and audit reports.
Donut has extensive experience in simulation software development used in large-scale engineering projects. Donut has been in the crypto space since 2016 and has a passion for smart contract development and security.
DoD4uFN is a software and hardware enthusiast who has been developing software since 2013. Hes been a solidity developer since early 2021 and is serious about the security of decentralized projects.
Plemonade is a security-minded individual that got involved with cryptocurrency back in 2015. He got involved with Defi in November 2020 and saw the need for improved security in the space shortly after. His main objective is to make Defi a safer space for both users and devs alike.
MrTeaThyme is a PwC Alumni having worked in cyber security specializing in Identity and Access Management and Application Security for a variety of government and corporate clients. They took an interest in Defi in June of 2020 but have been in the crypto space since 2015.
Zenith is a UC Berkeley alumni, actively working as a backend software engineer. They have been actively involved in crypto since 2015, having worked on a variety of projects ranging from cryptographic libraries to DeFi protocols.
Mechwar has extensive knowledge in computer networking protocols/security and actively contributes to networking standardization groups. Mechwar's interests include how crypto will evolve along with network infrastructure with respect to security and scalability.
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