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- Friday, August 5th, 2022 at 23:01 #350043a1000pParticipant
What exactly is the process of deploying a smart contract that is open source in a manner that is easily verifiable by anyone who cares to look?Friday, August 5th, 2022 at 23:01 #350044primataxdeus
First, you deploy to your chain, then you go to etherscan and verify the contract, this is made by compiling your code, and sending the abi to etherscan, they will compare the abi and show your code there.
Yes some contracts are not verified, but that’s where you only invest in verified contracts, whit an active community to try to avoid scams.
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