quan.shuren02
2 months ago  Karma: 50
How can I verify if a deployed smart contract matches its source code?

How can I verify if a deployed smart contract matches its source code?

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quan.shuren02
2 months ago  Karma: 50
How can I verify if a deployed smart contract matches its source code?

How can I verify if a deployed smart contract matches its source code?

en
#ethereum

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miura_eijiro
2 months ago Karma: 226

Many developers submit the smart contract's source code to Etherescan where it is compiled and checked against the deployed version. If there's a match, a check mark is shown.

Many developers submit the smart contract's source code to Etherescan where it is compiled and checked against the deployed version. If there's a match, a check mark is shown.

kaijchang2
2 months ago Karma: 19846

Even for contracts without a known source code, you can compare the bytecode (compiled output), and if they match up, the code has the same function.

Even for contracts without a known source code, you can compare the bytecode (compiled output), and if they match up, the code has the same function.

jbdiwan02

It is easier to use the contract creation transaction to validate the origin of a contract

Oct 11 '18 at 4:08 pm
jbdiwan02
2 months ago Karma: 10

It is easier to use the contract creation transaction to validate the origin of a contract

It is easier to use the contract creation transaction to validate the origin of a contract

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