Publishing Smart Contracts
MetFi DAO has publicly released (published) all but four smart contracts, solely as a precautionary measure to make it more difficult for an actor to fork the entire ecosystem.
Being one of the largest smart contract protocols ever built took substantial time and effort.
Allowing a 3rd party to easily fork the ecosystem could jeopardize the likelihood of MetFi DAO becoming the world’s #1 Metaverse and Web3 incubator and that is a risk that the DAO is not willing to take at the time of writing. It would also allow bad actors to present themselves as MetFi DAO with an identical copy-cat protocol that could be used to scam the crypto community, tarnish MetFi DAO, and the broader crypto sector’s reputation as a whole.
Importantly, the main smart contracts that have been withheld are the Matrix Contracts and each of them has been audited by Certik and all MetFiers can confirm that they always receive their BUSD Matrix Rewards so it does not require a big leap of faith from the community to trust this smart contract.
The community could request the DAO to publicly release the Matrix contract, but this is strongly discouraged at this time as it would be very reckless to do so before the project has good traction, a trusted reputation in the marketplace and a good head start on the likely competition that will quickly try to follow our lead.
All publicly released smart contracts can be viewed on MetFi DAOs GitHub: https://github.com/metfi/metfi-contracts