Pass the Flooz security audit
You can appeal to the result of the Security Audit by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org, however, Flooz has a general process of approval:
- Honeypots, (malicious code which allows only the contract owners’ wallets to withdraw from the coin liquidity pool).
- Proxy contracts (proxy contract relays all calls to another smart contract, which is called an implementation contract. Contract features can be updated by simply changing the implementation contract).
- Hidden Source Code (the source contract of the token is hidden, this is often accompanied by malicious functionality).
Flooz exclusively monitors token burn events that occur on ‘Null’ addresses
If a token team opts to burn tokens using an address other than these commonly used Null addresses, the market capitalization data may not be accurately reflected. In such cases, it’s important for the token teams to contact Flooz to update the records regarding the total supply and burned tokens.
This ensures the market capitalization is correctly represented, as Flooz only automatically tracks burns happening at the specified Null addresses.
We are running smart contract addresses against the Chainalysis database and Examine criminal activity, such as the movement of stolen funds, as well as legitimate activity like flash loans and NFT transfers. Flooz reserves the right to immediately cancel any subscription if there is a match between the smart contract and its associated deployers on Chainalysis. Any activity from team members relating to loss of investor and/or project funds will result in removal of all Flooz services.
Please refer to our main Terms of Service page for the most up to date information.
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LIST OF RESTRICTED USES AND BUSINESS ACTIVITIES FOR FLOOZ CHECKOUT
By accessing or using Flooz Checkout services, you agree not to engage in the below listed restricted activities. If you’re unsure whether your use falls under these categories or need clarification on these rules, feel free to contact us at email@example.com. The following are examples of restricted uses but the list is not exhaustive:
- Harmful Activities:
- Overloading our systems or networks.
- Interfering with, intercepting, or taking any system, data, or information.
- Uploading or transmitting harmful software like viruses or malware.
- Unauthorized access to the site or networks connected to it.
- Misconduct Towards Others:
- Interfering with others’ use of Flooz Checkout services.
- Defaming, abusing, extorting, harassing, stalking, or violating others’ legal rights.
- Promoting hate, racial intolerance, or violent acts.
- Collecting information about others without their consent.
- Fraudulent Activities:
- Engaging in fraud or providing false or misleading information to us.
- Operating lotteries, bidding auctions, sports forecasting, fantasy leagues with cash prizes, online gaming, contests, sweepstakes, or games of chance.
- Intellectual Property Violation:
- Engaging in transactions involving counterfeit or unauthorized items.
- Using our name, logo, or trademarks without our express consent, or in a harmful manner.
- Illegal Activities:
- Violating any laws, regulations, or engaging in unlawful activities.
- Distributing unlawful materials or information.
You cannot use Flooz Checkout services for the following types of businesses. If unsure, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following list is representative and not exhaustive:
- Unauthorized Goods:
- Selling unauthorized or counterfeit goods.
- High-Risk Businesses:
- Businesses that pose financial risk, legal liability, or violate card network or bank policies.
- Intellectual Property Violation:
- Selling counterfeit or unauthorized digital goods.
- Investment and Credit Services:
- Offering securities, mortgage consulting, debt reduction, credit counseling, real estate opportunities, or investment schemes.
- Multi-level Marketing:
- Operating pyramid schemes, network marketing, or referral marketing programs.
- Unapproved Health Products:
- Selling products that make unverified health claims.
- Regulated Products and Services:
- Operating in regulated industries like marijuana dispensaries, tobacco sales, online prescriptions, age-restricted goods, weapons, explosives, or other hazardous materials.
- Restricted Financial Services:
- Operating check cashing, bail bonds, or collections agencies.
- Substance Mimicry:
- Selling legal substances that mimic the effects of illegal drugs.
- Unfair or Deceptive Practices:
- Offering high-reward investment opportunities, reselling services without added value, or engaging in practices that are unfair, deceptive, or predatory.
Flooz has introduced a token blacklisting program in order to protect our DeFi traders, our system auto-detects tokens with low-liqudity and blocks users from interacting with these projects on the platform. Blacklisting allows a cryptocurrency platform to prevent specific individuals or entities from accessing or using the currency. This can be useful in preventing fraud, scams, and other illegal activities.