Security is a core tenet our contributors has been building around since Aura was ideated. We have been participating in multiple audits and have created bug bounty programs, as outlined in this blog.
More recently, we called upon key stakeholders in the DeFi community, including developers, investors, and founders, to support Aura via our protocol and treasury multi-sigs.
Aura will have two multi-sigs, one for protocol function (”protocol multisig”) and another for the management of the community treasury (”community treasury”).
There will be some overlap between the two wallets, but generally, signers were selected because they are trusted members of the community, distributed across the globe, and are valuable members of the industry that have helped to push DeFi forward.
On the treasury multisig (4/7 quorum):
On the protocol multisig (4/7 quorum):
We’re proud to have the support of each of these signers as Aura moves toward launch.
When selecting the signers for both multi-sigs, we employed the following selection criteria:
In short, they’re people you all know (and hopefully love). And if you don’t know them by name, they most likely have funded or built DeFi applications you use every day.
The establishment of the two multi-signatures is the latest step forward as we move toward our imminent launch.
In case you missed it, Aura launches on June 9th through a bootstrapping LBP. Learn more about how you can get involved in the launch here.
Ahead of the AURA token and subsequent Aura protocol launch, feel free to join the conversation and take a role in our community via our Twitter and Discord.
Stay tuned for further information!
See you soon.