View Scan Results
Let's go through the various bits of information and break it down!
Once you have selected your token details to scan, it is now time to read those results and understand what's going on.
- 1.Pertinent token details will be listed here, including the token's supply, if tokens have been burned, what the circulating supply is, and the token owner. Additionally, if the token has a max wallet or max transaction limit, it will be listed here.
- 1.With the Honeypot test, we do a simulation on whether the token can be bought and sold at the moment in time the scan is done. NOTE: This is crucial to have done in REAL-TIME as a malicious actor could potentially modify the state of the contract deeming it unsellable if they have malicious intent or code in the token that would allow them to convert this into a honeypot.
- 2.Based on the results of the simulation the buy, sell, and transfer taxes of that token are calculated so you can easily see how the taxes will affect your buys and sells.
- 3.If the project locked its liquidity via one of the lock providers across the supported chains, this information will be listed here, along with the percentage locked and the unlock date.
- 4.(All Access Feature) If you are an All Access Tier holder, you will also receive an AI-detected confidence score from our in-house QUICKI AI Scam prediction tool, well it will predict the chances of that contract scamming you. This data is constantly evolving, and should be used for educational purposes and research, and should not be used as the source of truth.
Knowing the Liquidity information about a project is key to understanding how a buy or sell will affect that token. Adequate liquidity ensures you can buy and sell that token. Below we break down the information displayed here.
- 1.The total pairing of Liquidity in the pairing token along with the $USD value.
- 2.The total current market cap of the token.
- 3.The amount of buys and sells in the last 24 hours.
- 4.The LP pair address along with when the LP pair was created.
Everyone knows having a view of a token's chart is crucial. So we made it easy for you! Quickly view the tokens chart within the scan, with the ability to open the chart in another tab to dive deeper into specific charting tools.
Part of the scan results includes a QUICKI Audit. QUICKI will perform a quick analysis of the contract to note key information of that contract to help you determine if that contract is safe, has hidden actions that could be harmful, and more.
Let's dive into those audit details!
- 1.QUICKI Audit: - Renounced - QUICKI will list if the contract has been renounced, meaning the owner has relinquished all rights of that contract. - Verified - If the contract has been verified with the explorer, allowing you to fully see the contract itself. A non-verified contract means you have no idea what is in the contract to assess if there are hidden malicious actions that can be run. - Hidden Owner - This will determine if there is a hidden owner, meaning if the original owner created a modifier that allows certain wallets to have control still even after the contract has been renounced. - Can Mint - If a contract has the ability to mint additional tokens and add to the current supply. - Can Burn - If the contract has the ability to do a true BURN, meaning the tokens are burned but the circulating supply is adjusted to reflect accurately. - Can Blacklist - If the contract can add wallets to a list that blocks them from buying, selling, or transferring said token. - Can Whitelist - If the contract can add wallets to a list that overrides any limits that may be in place on the contract. - Can Update Taxes/Fees - If the contract has the ability to update the set taxes/fees on buys and sells. NOTE: It is always good practice to see if the contract has a hard limit on what they can set this to. If there is no limit there is a risk that the owner can set taxes to 99 or 100% effectively making it a honeypot. - Can Update Max Wallet - If the contract has a max wallet limit, this allows the owner to change that amount. - Can Update Max Transaction- If the contract has a max transaction limit, meaning the most amount of tokens that can be bought/sold/transferred in a single transaction, this allows the owner to change that amount. - Can Pause Trading - If the contract has the ability to pause buys/sells/transfers, disallowing the movement of that token. NOTE: This can be dangerous as it allows the owner to halt the movement of assets. - Trading Cooldown - If there is a time limit between the time you buy the token and when you can sell it. (Ex. If there is a cooldown for 60 seconds, you can not sell a token within 60 seconds of buying that token.) This is typically enabled on launches to aid in bot prevention. - Can Update Fee Wallets - If the contract is receiving taxes/fees this allows the owner to change the wallets receiving those taxes/fees.
Understanding the token distribution of the Top 10 wallets is critical to understanding if there could be a large supply held which could cause unnecessary damage to a chart. We break down those holders in an easy-to-view chart.
There are cases where some more tech-savvy users will want to dive deeper into information about a token or its contract. In the contract view, we list out a few additional data points to enhance your DYOR.
- 1.(All Access Tier Feature) - View the total taxes collected by that particular token. This helps you see if a project could potentially be tax farming.
- 2.Links (Basic+ Tier and above) - This will display links that are embedded into the contract's code making it a touch easier to find socials related to new projects.
- 3.Functions and Full Contract - Lists the functions the contract has available
- 4.Last 10 Owner Functions Ran - Lists the last 10 functions the owner has called. It is typical to see taxes, liquidity add/remove, and other similar calls.