Honeypot Checker for BSC/ETH | Smart Contract Token Audit

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Frequently Asked Questions about Honeypot Check.

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ApeSpace Token Audit

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Balances Modifiable

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Verified Contract


Proxy Contract

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How does it work?

ApeSpace Token Audit

The Honeypot Checker tests if a certain token is a honeypot or not, by simulating a buy and sell of the token. The checker has extra steps to ensure the results are more accurate. The detector then flags the token as a potential honeypot, allowing users to make an informed decision before investing. This method is not foolproof. A token that isn't a honeypot now, could still become one in the future.

What is a crypto honeypot?

A crypto honeypot is a malicious smart contract in the cryptocurrency space designed to trap investors' funds. The smart contract is programmed in a way that only the owner can access and remove the purchased tokens, making it impossible for investors to retrieve their funds.

How do honeypots differ from other crypto scams?

Honeypots are particularly dangerous because they are harder to detect compared to other types of scams in the crypto space. Even experienced traders can fall victim to this type of attack.

Can I retrieve my funds if I fall victim to a honeypot scam?

No, once your funds are deposited into a honeypot smart contract, it is impossible to retrieve them.

Why are honeypots dangerous?

Honeypots are dangerous because they are disguised as legitimate investment opportunities and can easily trap even experienced traders. The smart contract is programmed in a way that only the owner can access and remove the deposited tokens, making it impossible for the investors to retrieve their funds.

Are honeypot detectors 100% accurate?

No, honeypot detectors are not 100% accurate as they rely on available information and can sometimes miss important factors or overlook red flags. It is important to use honeypot detectors as a tool to support your own research and decision-making, rather than relying solely on their advice.