EY launches public beta of tokens and smart contracts

Ernst & Young (EY) today launched a public beta of tokens and smart contracts. The beta version allows users to paste code for analysis, during which it can identify security risks by testing the function and efficiency of smart contracts and assessing the quality of coding. Currently, the service can only review ERC-20-based smart contracts written in the Solidity programming language. EY did not disclose whether it plans to expand support for other blockchain protocols in the future.