We were already planning a third party audit of the marketplace application.
In terms of the token flow, Igor is pretty much a third party since he was not the one who developed it. There is not too much code to check there.
So a third party audit before launching the marketplace must definitely be done and I agree with the approach.
@athan, launching in years? I don’t understand what the suggestion is there… the tokens are already thoroughly reduced in price from these hackers in the first place. The last time we saw 20 sat safex was before we even started developing actively.
@bigash the token supply displayed on the explorer is derived from the migration, which are distinctly different than how these tokens appeared to the blockchain so it was not discernible unless one saw that specific block and saw that specific transaction.
Starting a new chain is not feasible since these tokens started moving in July, so it has been quite some time and plenty of normal activity since then preventing a reset of the chain.
From the 244 million that are unknown, it is still possible that some of them are blocked as well, we just won’t be able to confirm it in our lifetime, unless the hackers publish their keys that would let us know.
1.6b are blocked and can not be un blocked.
@jtwalker42 I am gathering that the hackers already sold and the indicator is from the fact that the price is unreasonable. I hope we will hear from the exchanges if they would be willing to notify us if there is any information can be shared about tokens sold.