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The monetary amount exploited in the web3 ecosystem to date.
The percentage increase of the total amount of funds lost to smart contract hacks between 2020-2023.
The percentage of hacks in 2022 that were due to smart contract vulnerabilities.
Avoid being the next headline by
securing your code before you ever
deploy or get audited.
Embed security into the development process to avoid costly smart contract rewrites and ship faster.
By owning security from the start, developers become the first line
Olympix enables you to proactively secure code as you write it so you can safely scale by hedging against the unique vulnerabilities of Web3.
We scanned the entire blockchain since genesis to build a first-of-its-kind security intelligence database that uncovers and prioritizes smart contract vulnerabilities as you code. Security is now proactive, not reactive.
Olympix intelligence empowers you to implement best practices from the very beginning with one-click quick-fix security suggestions.
By focusing on security from day one and considering it in every decision, Olympix makes coding with a security-first mindset an intuitive part of the development process.
Olympix seamlessly integrates into your current workflow, continuously scanning for holes as you code.
Mitigate risk and move on thanks to one-click quick-fix security solutions.
Ship fast and rest easy knowing you traded “stamp of approval” security for state-of-the-art security.
“Before even thinking about going to an auditor, I always make sure to run my code through Olympix. It's critical that our code/team embodies and owns security best practices, and that starts well before the auditor.”
"Olympix is taking the best of crypto security tools and merging it with the best of AI tooling to provide a complete developer experience. With Olympix, deploying and securing smart contracts is now accessible to developers of all levels."
"I find the highlighting of external calls to be quite useful, even when the call itself is not vulnerable. It provides valuable information for security assessments."
Put security in the hands of the developer by proactively securing code from day one.Join Beta