ISPO Details

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Smart Contract Audit Token ISPO Overview


  • Start Date: July 4, 2022
  • End Date: Until Distributed (or sooner if unsuccessful)
  • Pool Ticker: AUDIT
  • Margin: 99%
  • Tokens Available: 15% of Supply (150 Million Tokens)
  • Token Policy: f2fe9aafd2e5b3b00e2949a96d44a84d9f4d818d63945010a466a4ae
  • Fingerprint: asset1h2qa2evcnwpchh349pdxu3q6e8f4unulq2nzg2
  • Tokens per ADA: .04 AUDIT Tokens per ADA delegated per Epoch (e.g. 1000 ADA delegated would earn 40 AUDIT tokens per Epoch.
  • Bonus: Anyone who stakes for 3 months or longer will receive a 50% bonus (e.g. 100,000 AUDIT tokens earned, 50,000 tokens given as a bonus if stake was 3 months or longer).
  • Distribution Period: We are currently working to finalize our distribution method. We plan to make the tokens earned available as soon as this is finalized. The bonus tokens earned will only be available after the ISPO has ended.
  • # Of Pools: We will be using a single pool throughout the ISPO. ISPOs have the potential to disrupt the ecosystem and increase centralization. To try and minimize this, we plan to only run a single stake pool throughout the ISPO.


Many people believe that ISPOs are risk-free. This is not true. They require you to give up your ADA rewards which arguably have well-defined value for our own governance tokens which should be seen as having no value. We are building a DAO that aims to improve the Cardano ecosystem by providing an independent and conflict-free source of audit, building useful tools, and helping people perform and promote project research. Our governance token (AUDIT) gives you a voice in this organization. So if this sounds like something you are interested in participating in and supporting, then please consider participating in our ISPO. If you are speculating and hoping to receive a token that will give you any sort of returns, then you should not participate in the ISPO.


We are attempting to raise 1.5 Million ADA through the ISPO. With a fully saturated pool from day one, this would run for approximately 6 months. It is unlikely that the pool would be fully saturated from day one, which means it would likely take longer than 6 months. How much longer is difficult to predict without knowing how much interest there will be or how long it would take to become saturated, if at all. If the ISPO is running considerably longer than expected and not raising enough ADA to justify keeping it open, we may close it early before all tokens have been distributed.

Why we are Raising Funds

The ADA raised through the ISPO will be used to provide liquidity to DEXs. The fees that are earned from providing liquidity will be used to fund audits that are voted on by our token holders (see how it's funded section of whitepaper for more information). The target of 1.5 million was selected as we expect that to be a sufficient amount of liquidity for the foreseeable future (would put our token in the top 10 on Minswap in terms of liquidity which have seemed sufficient for other tokens listed there). The ADA that is raised in the ISPO will be in a wallet controlled by the Dev team. We are currently unable to have the funds automatically deposited into the multi-sig wallet. The funds will be transferred every epoch from the ISPO wallet to the multi-sig wallet controlled by the DAO.

The multi-sig wallet we are using, RoundTable, cannot currently be used to provide liquidity directly. Therefore, ADA will be transferred from the multi-sig to one of the signers wallets, who will then provide liquidity to a DEX and deposit the LP tokens back into the multi-sig wallet. The only DEX we have plans to LP to currently is GeniusYield, but we are unsure of when that will be released and its possible we may be ready to LP before it is. If we are, then we will take a vote on which DEX to LP to that is currently available.

Multi-Sig Wallet

As mentioned above, we will be utilizing ADAO's multi-sig wallet, Roundtable, to secure tokens and ADA that belong to the DAO. We are doing this to give confidence and assurance to everyone who is participating in the ISPO or holding our AUDIT token. Raising funds from an ISPO that the dev team is in sole control of presents a risk to all other members of the DAO. What if the devs decide to just walk away at some point? We would not do that, but we don’t want everyone to just take our word for it. So to give confidence this will not happen, we utilize a multi-sig wallet that requires signatures from community members in order to move funds.

We will have 4 signers for the wallet. One will be Eric from the Dev team, @SmartCATMod from the mod team, and we have elected 2 people from the community. Anyone from our discord was able to nominate themselves for the position and then we held a vote to select them. There are 4 signers total and 3 signatures will be required to move funds. All AUDIT tokens other than the dev team allocation and the amount for the ISPO will go into it and then all funds earned from ISPO will be transferred into it. Signers will be for a 6 month period and then after that, everyone can vote on who the next signers will be. The 2 community members who were chosen will receive 50,000 AUDIT tokens each from the participation allocation after successfully completing the 6 month service.

Key Risks

Community members must forgo their ADA to support an ISPO and are given project tokens in return. This is inherently risky since ADA has clear and well-accepted value and our AUDIT token does not. We wanted to share what we perceive as being the biggest risk to the project and participation in the ISPO. Please note that this list may not be comprehensive or cover every possibility.

  • Risk 1 – That the ISPO is unsuccessful and we do not raise much funds: The ADA raised will be used to provide liquidity to DEXs and the fees generated from that will be used to fund smart contract audits. Either by hiring experienced 3rd parties to audit on our behalf or to fund buy bounty contests (whichever the token holders decide). If we do not have many delegators to the ISPO then we will not mint many blocks and would not generate a lot of ADA to fund audits. If this was the case we would have to try and fund audits with AUDIT tokens instead of ADA which the average person may be less interested in.
  • Risk 2 – Low trading volume: Providing liquidity to DEXs to fund audits is attractive because it potentially creates a non-depleting source of funding. If people are continuously buying and selling tokens then fees can continue being generated for as long as that happens. But if there is not much buying and selling activity, then there would not be many fees collected. This means that if there was continuous low trading volume then only a low number of audits could be funded. If this was the case then either the ADA generated from the ISPO would have to directly go to funding audits, which would eventually deplete the treasury, or you would have to try and fund audits with AUDIT tokens which people may not have much interest in if volume was low.
  • Risk 3 – Large Sell Pressure: We will be providing liquidity to DEXs. If there is far more selling than buying, it could drain most of the ADA from the pair and leave us with mostly AUDIT tokens.
  • Risk 4 – New/Unproven Business Model: An organization like this is a new concept which can be risky. We have not seen something like this play out before and cannot learn from what others have done successfully or from others failures. We believe that it makes sense in theory but cannot guarantee how it will work in practice.
  • Risk 5 – Lack of community Interest: An organization like this is only strong and meaningful if there is participation in it from the community. If people are not interested in what we are doing or lose interest than it makes the longevity of the organization uncertain.
  • Risk 6 – ISPO Oversaturation: As mentioned above, we plan to only hold 1 stake pool throughout the ISPO. This presents a potential risk, if the pool were to become vastly oversaturated, then it would reduce the amount of ADA we could raise. We do not expect there to be so much delegation that this would become an issue. If the pool does become so saturated that it does not look like we will come close to our target, we would have to consider opening at most, a second pool.
  • Risk 7 – ISPO Centralization: Tokens are distributed at a fixed rate per ADA delegated. This means that if a whale chose to delegate which accounted for the majority of the pool, they would earn a significant amount of AUDIT tokens. This can be dangerous, as having a single holder own a huge percentage of the supply allows them to dictate the DAOs operations for the foreseeable future. This does not seem very likely, but if it did seem like we had one or two whales making up the majority of the ISPO which would earn a significant proportion of tokens, we reserve the right to end the ISPO early or pause it and weigh our options.

Note: I will repeat, this list may not be comprehensive. We do not have a crystal ball and this is our best assessment of the biggest risks we face going forward. We will add to the list if we think of anything else that is relevant. If any issues arise or circumstances change that put the project at risk, we will communicate them as soon as possible.


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