Ethos Audit — Pixel Hub

Ethos Project
3 min readJul 21, 2022


This Audit was conducted Ethos development teams. The following summarizes the details of the full Audit report provided to the client, the Pixel Hub project.

Overall audit result: POSITIVE

Ethos’ audit of the Pixel Hub smart contract has concluded with a POSITIVE result.

Pixel Hub team has produced a smart contract that adheres to the security measures known to reduce risks among known EVM/Solidity smart contract attack vectors.

For the full detailed audit report, click here.

Result Summary

The Pixel Hub token project has been audited by Ethos and has been given a PASSING grade.

The PHT token is a reflection token built on the BSC with the following details:

Total Supply: 1,000,000,000
Buy/Sell Tax: 9% (can be updated by owner)
Max tx: NA
Max wallet: NA
Tx Cooldown: 45 seconds

The audit found several low risk and informational issues that don’t require any changes due to their low impact on the overall security of the smart contract and wallets.

The contract also does not contain any backdoors or malicious code. There are functions that allow the owner to update the tax fees per transaction which requires community transparency to mitigate any risk to token investors.

PHT tokenomics and whitepaper can be found here:

About PHT

Pixel Hub is a free retro arcade styled gaming platform with dozens of games to play that get progressively harder as the games go on to challenge your reflexes and dexterity while rewarding you with BNB.

Pixel Hub is a Play to Earn arcade style gaming platform built on the BSC network for desktop and mobile devices. It currently consists of 20 different working games you can play with more games coming soon.


About Ethos

Ethos is a a wholistic crypto services organization which specializes in bringing additional security to the crypto space by applying a proven and standardized approach to token and platform smart contract auditing.

Ethos’ team of experienced developers bring decades of development and code auditing history from the traditional software development world.

The code review conducted for Ethos audits follow the following structure:

  1. Review of specifications, documentation to assess smart contract functionality
  2. Manual, line-by-line review of code
  3. Code’s adherence to functionality as presented by documentation
  4. Automated tool-driven review of smart contract functionality
  5. Assess adherence to best practices
  6. Provide actionable recommendations