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Miyazaki Inu Token Review

Miyazaki Inu

Date Started
2021-11-08
Active
Yes
Honeypot?
Possible
Smart Contract Code Structure
Obscure
Ownership Renounced?
No
Whales Spotted?
Yes
Over-all Ratings
Bad
Conclusion
High Risk of getting RUG-PULLED




Miyazaki Inu Token Review + Smart Contract Audit Summary



Miyazaki Inu started 2021-11-08 and it's currently active, based on the in-depth smart contract audit from different sources and upon checking it's website and other instances like the developers behind this project we can obviously tell based on it's over-all ratings which is Bad and has a HUGE RISK of getting RUG-PULLED.

The basis of our audit came from different areas like how professionally done was their website, their roadmap if it is being followed diligently, social media pages, mission and vision as well as their whitepaper that you can find on their website https://www.miyazaki-inu.com/, also we use verified and well established auditing tools like honeypot.is wherein this NFT was found out that it is a POSSIBLE honeypot trap wherein the smart contract dictates that you can buy but you cannot sell it in the future, although at some point there are others sneaky developers that enable the "selling" feature but after some time they disable it once lots of investors already dive-in.

We have a way of detecting that kind of trick and for this token Miyazaki Inu we can absolutely tell that it has a high possibility of being a honeypot trap, our basis lies on their Smart Contract Code Structure which is OBSCURE and contains malicious codes in nature, only scammers with unreadable and obscure codes have had the bad intentions to do something fishy in the long run, another thing to take note is if the ownership of the token is either renounced or not, for this token, the answer is No.

Another basis we are considering if a token is risky of getting rug pulled is if there are whales spotted on the holders, whales refers to those individuals or entities that hold large shares or percentage of the token Miyazaki Inu wherein they have the potential to manipulate price actions and volatility of the token Miyazaki Inu, so for this token the answer is Yes it has whales.

Therefore we conlude that this token has a High Risk of getting RUG-PULLED in the future, this is not a financial advise, it's always up to you to invest or not on this token, we are here only to give our insights based on the evidences and calculations we made on the smart contract of Miyazaki Inu. So Goodluck and have a safe and happy investing!

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Miyazaki Inu Smart Contract Audit Details



Description:

Description An ETH Token created to build a utility ecosystem centered around NFTs and P2E Games.

 

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Audit Details

 

Audited project: Miyazaki Inu

Deployer address: 0xCFb9d1d62294551734ebBcFAbcE1F9F297DAF1DA

Client contacts: Miyazaki Inu team

Blockchain: Ethereum

Project website: https://www.miyazaki-inu.com/

 

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Сontracts Details

 

Token contract details for 0.11.2021

Contract name: Miyazaki Inu

Contract address: 0xD5e7D22362BCC9881D06512d3189eAe79DD98d70

Total supply: 1,000,000,000,000,000

Token ticker: SPKI

Decimals: 9

Token holders: 1,337

Transactions count: 5,674

Top 100 holders dominance: 82.43%

Reflect fee: 100

Liquidity fee: 100

Marketing fee: 800

Uniswap V2 pair: 0xcDe9F724A3a10E6C177a9abAe88b602A1193A846

Contract deployer address: 0xCFb9d1d62294551734ebBcFAbcE1F9F297DAF1DA

Contract’s current owner address: 0xCFb9d1d62294551734ebBcFAbcE1F9F297DAF1DA

 

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Miyazaki Inu Token Distribution

 

Miyazaki Inu Token Distribution

 

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Issues Checking Status

 

Issues Checking Status

 

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Security Issues

 

 High Severity Issues

 No high severity issues found.

 

 Medium Severity Issues

 No medium severity issues found.

 

 Low Severity Issues

1. Out of gas

Issue:

• The function setExcludedFromReward() uses the loop to find and remove addresses from the _excluded list. Function will be aborted with OUT_OF_GAS exception if there will be a long excluded addresses list.

• The function _getRate() also uses the loop for evaluating reflect rate. It also could be aborted with OUT_OF_GAS exception if there will be a long excluded addresses list.

Recommendation:

Check that the excluded array length is not too big.

 

Notes:

• contactSwap function triggers only on sell.

 

Owner privileges (In the period when the owner is not renounced)

• Owner can approve contract contingency.

• Owner can change Uniswap router address.

• Owner can include in and exclude from fees.

• Owner can change lp pair.

• Owner can include in and exclude from reward.

• Owner can remove sniper from antiSnipe.

• Owner can change antiSnipe protection settings.

• Owner can change antiSnipe GAS limit.

• Owner can change liquidity, reflect and marketing fees.

• Owner can change liquidity, marketing and total ratios.

• Owner can change maximum transaction amount.

• Owner can change maximum token amount per wallet.

• Owner can change swap settings. 

• Owner can change marketing wallet address.

• Owner can enable / disable contract swap.

• Owner can enable trading. 

 

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Conclusion

Smart contracts contain severity issues and owner privileges!

Liquidity pair contract’s security is not checked due to out of scope.

85% of liquidity goes to marketing address.

Liquidity locking details NOT provided by the team.

 

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Source: https://github.com/TechRate/Smart-Contract-Audits/blob/main/November/Miyazaki%20Inu%20Full%20Smart%20Contract%20Security%20Audit.pdf

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