Rebel Satoshi Arcade

Smart Contract Audit Report

Rebel Satoshi Arcade Audit Report

Executive Summary

This report presents the outcomes of our collaborative engagement with the Rebel Satoshi team, focusing on the comprehensive evaluation of the RebelSatoshiArcade contract.

Our team conducted an initial security assessment from March 19th to March 21st, 2024.

Rebel Satoshi is a new ERC-20 token deployed on Ethereum. Its purpose is to underpin all transactions, purchases, fees, and rewards within the wider Rebel Satoshi universe.

Audit Scope


Source Code



ETH Mainnet

Inheritance Chart.  Function Graph.


Address/Source Code



ETH Mainnet

Inheritance Chart.  Function Graph.

Audit Findings

Informational findings were identified and the team may want to review them. In addition, some centralized aspects are present.

Finding #1



Finding #1 - RebelSatoshiArcade

Description: The uniswapV2Pair and uniswapV2Router state variables can only be set one time in the constructor but are not declared immutable.

Recommendation: The above state variables could be declared immutable for additional gas savings on each reference.

Finding #2



Finding #2 - RebelSatoshiArcade

Description: Although the SafeMath library is utilized, the contract is deployed with Solidity v0.8.17 which has built-in overflow checks.

Recommendation: SafeMath could be safely removed to reduce contract size, deployment costs, and gas costs on all transactions that utilize it.

System Overview


The total supply of the token is set to 3 billion $RECQ (3,000,000,000) with the entire supply being minted directly to the specified owner's address upon deployment. After deployment, minting is no longer accessible. No burn functions are accessible though the total supply of the token can be reduced by transferring tokens to the 0x..dead address.


When the contract executes a transfer that is classified as a sell, and the swapping functionality has been enabled by the owner, several conditions are evaluated to initiate an automatic liquidity add. This process executes only if the contract's token balance reaches the predetermined threshold and no swap is currently in progress. Half of the threshold's token value is swapped for ETH, which is then transferred back to the contract. This received ETH is then paired with the other half of the tokens and subsequently added as liquidity to the RECQ-ETH pair.

The LP tokens received through the automatic liquidity add process are sent to the contract. As the owner can withdraw any tokens from the contract at any time, we recommend the team lock these newly acquired LP tokens. There are no fees associated with transferring tokens. Tokens must be manually supplied to the contract in order for swaps to be able to occur.


The owner can set the threshold number of tokens in the contract needed to perform an automatic liquidity add to any value up to 3 billion (100% of the total supply). The owner can enable/disable the automatic liquidity add functionality at any time. The owner can add/remove any address as an Automated Market Maker Pair address at any time. The owner can withdraw any tokens or ETH from the contract at any time.

Vulnerability Analysis

Vulnerability Category Notes Result
Arbitrary Jump/Storage Write N/A PASS
Centralization of Control The LP tokens received through the automatic liquidity add process are sent to the contract. The owner can withdraw any tokens from the contract at any time. PASS
Compiler Issues N/A PASS
Delegate Call to Untrusted Contract N/A PASS
Dependence on Predictable Variables N/A PASS
Ether/Token Theft N/A PASS
Flash Loans N/A PASS
Front Running N/A PASS
Improper Events N/A PASS
Improper Authorization Scheme N/A PASS
Integer Over/Underflow N/A PASS
Logical Issues N/A PASS
Oracle Issues N/A PASS
Outdated Compiler Version N/A PASS
Race Conditions N/A PASS
Reentrancy N/A PASS
Signature Issues N/A PASS
Sybil Attack N/A PASS
Unbounded Loops N/A PASS
Unused Code N/A PASS
Overall Contract Safety   PASS

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How Do I Interpret the Findings?

Each of our Findings will be labeled with a Severity level. We always recommend the team resolve High, Medium, and Low severity findings prior to deploying the code to the mainnet. Here is a breakdown on what each Severity level means for the project:

  • High severity indicates that the issue puts a large number of users' funds at risk and has a high probability of exploitation, or the smart contract contains serious logical issues which can prevent the code from operating as intended.
  • Medium severity issues are those which place at least some users' funds at risk and has a medium to high probability of exploitation.
  • Low severity issues have a relatively minor risk association; these issues have a low probability of occurring or may have a minimal impact.
  • Informational issues pose no immediate risk, but inform the project team of opportunities for gas optimizations and following smart contract security best practices.