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This project is a collaboration between NUS Fintech Society and Xfers where we aimed to quantify the risks involved in transactions on the Blockchain, making use of CryptoScamDB and CoinGecko. This was done to address two main problems facing the industry: lack of standard regulations on identifying suspicious transactions and addresses and the lack of access to fraud detection tools.
Consequently, the team came up with a 'risk score' metric to evaluate transactions and the likelihood that an account is involved in scams. The calculation is based off the following parameters:
The application allows you to evaluate a transaction or address on the blockchain and returns a general risk rating. A questionnaire was also created to determine a token’s level of risk and the likelihood of the token being classified as a security.News Article:https://www.straitsx.com/sg-blog/nus-fintech-society-partners-with-xfers-on-industry-projectMembers:
Yin Ruohang, Keith Chan, Megan Yee, Simon Teo, Lai Yuen, Nicole Leong, Ezra Daniel
ABCDao is a BlockChain DAO built for members of the Blockchain Department within the NUS Fintech Society
The ABCDao acts as an internal tracking system to encourage members of the NUS Fintech Society Blockchain Department to contribute more and meaningfully towards the organisation. The tokens are used as a form of proof and incentive, where members earn tokens for every contribution that they make towards the society (e.g. attendance for department and society meetings, project participation, leadership roles, articles written on Medium, months of stay within the society). The higher the contribution, the more tokens they earn.
The ABCDao is also used to democratise voting processes relating to the functioning of the department (e.g. selection of blockchain projects, selection of technical leads in projects, etc), where voting rights for DAO proposals are based on the members' tokens. If a particular individual has more tokens, usually as a result of excellent performance in the society, they will get a higher voting preference over another.Members:
Jun Xiong, Bryan Woo, Vimuth Mendis
On Potamus Loan, users can take a loan from a fund pool (fund contract) and repay it slowly using money streaming. Similarly, users can also create fund pools by supplying the address and some quantity of the token. These tokens will generate interest automatically for users, and enable others to loan from their pools.Members:
Ngo Phuc Cuong, Marcus Tan, James Yak, Seungryeol, Louis
Multi-signature wallet is created through a smart contract, to require more than one private key to sign and authorise a crypto transaction, or to generate a signature.
On this MultiSig wallet, users can add or delete their wallets, assign or remove owners, read all owners, submit transactions, multi-sign, and execute a transaction after enough signatures have been authorised.
On the frontend application, users can peform a Metamask login or logout, view past transactions, view all wallets they own or have been shared with them, send or receive tokens, and deploy their multiSig wallet onto a Ropsten test networkMembers:
Marcus Pang, Foo Siqi, Ernest Chan