At Level K, we made it our mission to help grow the Ethereum ecosystem through development and auditing. We have been successfully doing this for over two years now and the results have been astounding.
On the development side we have advanced the curation market space with our TCR community call and registry builder library, created Tidbit, a library for oracles, are currently working on an Oracle Manger app for the Aragon platform, and are also working towards a futarchy launch on mainnet. On the auditing side, we have helped secure the most used library in the Ethereum ecosystem, OpenZeppelin 2.0, as well as POA Network’s POA20 Bridge, Decentraland’s marketplace, TrustToken’s TUSD, and more. Additionally, we uncovered the Malicious GasToken Minting vulnerability that affected multiple parties across the Ethereum ecosystem and collaborated with other security experts in the space to ensure all affected parties were notified and able to safely patch the vulnerability.
This work has put us in a great position in the Ethereum community and has prepared us for our next phase of growth. In order to maximize the growth of both of these facets of our business, we are splitting our efforts into two distinct entities, Level K and Zerotrust. Level K will continue working on the development and building of contracts, applications, and blockchain systems for ourselves and for our clients. Zerotrust will now handle all audits and has already covered one of the most exciting new projects in the space, GSN, for the OpenZeppelin team. The same auditing team that you are familiar with from Level K will now be working as part of Zerotrust and will continue to do the same great work under a more focused brand. If you’re interested in getting an audit for your project, don’t hesitate to reach out to email@example.com.
This is a strategic move that will allow both entities to focus and flourish in their respective fields. We are beyond excited to see what the future holds and how we can continue to push this space forward.