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RugDoc Review

Not Eligible

Uranium Finance fork. Highly customised protocol with many complex contracts that we are unable to reasonably verify that the protocol is safe. Below is a review of the project, though it is by no means extensive and you should absolutely DYOR.


  • Heavily modified PancakeSwap fork, no migrator.
  • ⚠️Does NOT support other tokens with transfer taxes. Hard-codes 2% burn for native token only.


  • Has the ability to give certain address 2x emission rewards.
  • Owner is a multisig wallet that is controlled entirely by the team


  • ⚠️ Dividend payout contract. Can blacklist any address from receiving dividends
  • ⚠️ Can swap MoneyPot contract.


  • Collects fees to be sent to MoneyPot.
  • ⚠️ Can pull out liquidity that is generated
  • ⚠️ Swap out routers
  • ⚠️ Swap out Moneypot to any address
  • ⚠️ Arbitrarily change how much dividends go to team and Moneypot (minimum 75% goes to Moneypot).
  • ⚠️ If they set Moneypot to their own address then this means 100% of dividends go to them.


  • Normal token, no notable features.


  • ⚠️ 30% penalty if held for less than 3 days (More precisely, 2 days 22.5 hours)

Factory and Router

  • Clean fork of PancakeSwap V1 Factory and Router.
  • Uses ShibaLibrary which may be a custom library, but they likely just carpet-bomb name changed all Pancake -> Shiba. Differences in fees

Project is audited by multiple firms, but the only notable auditor we’d like to highlight is Peckshield, because having read the EtherAuthority and CTDSEC reports, these latter 2 did not perform a reasonably in-depth audit nor take into account user-safety. We also note that despite not finding any hard rug codes in our review, we must highlight that protocol is highly complex given how interdependent the 8 contracts are, and that there may be very real possibilities of issues manifesting themselves in the future.

⚠️ TRIPLE CHECK the contract you interact with matches the one reviewed here (0x8A4f4…d8712)

Updated on 8 September 2021

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Our mission here at RugDoc is to screen for hard rug code that results in 100% theft of ALL underlying funds for ALL participants.

This is the ONE part of the due diligence process that most people cannot simply do on their own as it costs thousands of dollars to hire a senior solidity developer to look over a farm for safety.

A project coin with terrible code can go up in price, and a project with good code and a good team can also go down in price.

Do NOT use our ratings to refer to your likelihood in making money if you invest in the project. They are ONLY in reference to code safety.

Everything else beyond code safety is YOUR responsibility to go do research on. We just make sure the casino you’re betting in won’t rob you before you even get to place a bet.

Our reviews for projects are organized into a few colors.

🟢 Least Risk
These projects are the least likely to hard or soft rug. Usually reserved for cornerstone projects of an ecosystem where it makes no financial sense for them to rug in any manner as they make more money just being legit.

🔵 Low Risk
These projects are usually established projects in an ecosystem that have a track record of success or have KYC’d to us or other authoritative sources in the real world. As a result, it is extremely unlikely for them to soft rug or hard rug their projects. The projects can still fail and the token price can go down, but usually more as a result of natural market forces.

⚪️ Some Risk
This is the default rating for projects with unknown teams but have code that is unlikely to have hard rug risk. Since the team is unknown and doesn’t have a track record of success, it’s entirely possible that they may try to soft rug by dumping tokens, abandoning the project, etc. Even a last minute contract swap to a malicious contract is possible. The only thing that is unlikely is a complete hard rug as long as you are 100% sure you deposit into the contract we review.

🟠 Medium Risk
Similar to Some Risk, but the underlying code itself is custom enough or complex enough that it warrants an elevated risk rating that needs deeper research. Make sure you read every point presented to make sure you’re comfortable with that before entering. Still unlikely to hard rug, but more chances of custom code behaving incorrectly and causing other issues.

🔴 High Risk
Project contains code or practices that are HIGHLY LIKELY to lead to catastrophic losses as they are right now. Make sure you read the description carefully as we will always warn what these issues are. If you see the words Hard Rug anywhere in the review, STAY FAR AWAY!

⚫️ Not Eligible
We reserve the right to not review exceedingly complex projects that would require tens of thousands of dollars of senior security analyst man hours. Typically these are projects that deal with leverage, lending, options, derivatives, and anything that is overly complex and which requires tons of peer reviews and audits from top audit companies.


🟢 For owners who have made impactful changes and would like an update to their farm review:

1️⃣ Use #update at @RugDocChat with your description and proof of changes and it will be forwarded to our scanners.

2️⃣ This does not guarantee a change in your review.

3️⃣ Owners who have difficulty solving the issues can consider our Consultation Package – please contact @BaymaxCrypto on Telegram to discuss.