I dumped a live Ethereum contract into GPT-4. In an instant, it highlighted a number of security vulnerabilities and pointed out surface areas where the contract could be exploited. It then verified a specific way I could exploit the contract
This contract was hacked in 2018 via the vulnerabilities that ChatGPT points out
This is the contract:
PonziTokenV3 | Address 0xa7ca36f7273d4d38fc2aec5a454c497f86728a7a | Etherscan
The Contract Address 0xa7ca36f7273d4d38fc2aec5a454c497f86728a7a page allows users to view the source code, transactions, balances, and analytics for the contract address. Users can also interact and...
I believe that AI will ultimately help make smartcontracts safer and easier to build, two of the biggest impediments to mass adoption.
Director @coinbase previously @bridgewater. I sometimes post publicly available blockchain data. All of my posts are my own, not the views of my employer.
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