Active User Audit
Daily Active Users
Over 40k users onboarded but less than 100 daily active players in the 2023 beta
The ‘daily active users‘ was measured by playing the games and scoring 0 to enable the player to check the total amount of players on top of him in the leaderboard. This was conducted by players in the Discord community including our own in-game experience as of April 2023. The Illuvium team did not disclose the official user numbers despite community requests.
The ‘total testers‘ was stated verbatim by Illuvium Discord moderators. Players are slowly onboarded to playtest starting from 500 testers in April 2022, 15,000 in July 2022 and 30,000 in April 2023. Kieran has mentioned that there were about 1.5M users registered for the alpha and beta access.
Active Wallets Audit
Unique Active Wallets
Illuvium averages 23 unique active wallets daily in the last 30 days interacting with the smart contracts to get ILV rewards. It reached a peak of around 3,000+ UAW during the 3-day land sale last June 02, 2022.
Smart Contract Audit
Context: If smart contracts are not coded properly, they can be misused by malicious actors who can exploit the vulnerabilities and steal or manipulate digital assets. This can be particularly damaging for NFT users, who may lose valuable digital items or have their assets manipulated without their knowledge.
The information provided above represents a security audit of smart contracts associated with Illuvium (ILV) and related projects. The audit involves checking various contract files for potential issues that may compromise the security or functionality of the contracts.
Both the ILV and sILV2 passed the 322 checks, with no issues found in any of the four contract files.
Both the Land Sale and Land NFT contract has 1 medium-level issue which can result in rounding errors or loss of precision. This issue is considered medium severity because it can lead to unexpected behavior in the contract and potentially result in financial loss.
As for the Illuvitar D1sk, a medium-level issue relating to a lock or freeze feature may inconvenience users and limit their ability to access their funds. However, it is not as critical as other high-severity issues such as reentrancy, integer overflow, or unauthorized access.
In summary, the security audit has revealed very few issues in the smart contracts associated with Illuvium (ILV) and related projects. Most contracts have passed all checks, indicating a high level of security and reliability in their design and implementation. The remainder of the audit shows informational issues which are minor in nature and do not pose significant vulnerabilities.
All audits are done using the open-source solidity contract auditor slither, which is released under the AGPLv3 License.