More ways to stay secure: Announcing two new plans and another way to pay

By Mike Pumphrey | Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

We’re introducing new plans offering the highest confidence in the correctness of your code, and allowing payment via credit/debit cards for the first time.

We’re excited to announce some changes to our MythX plans that will be going live on January 31, 2020.

Now, whenever a team announces “exciting changes” it’s often code word for something bad, but in this case, these changes should positively affect (as far as we can predict) absolutely all of our known users.

Rather than differentiating each plan based on the amount of smart contract weaknesses MythX detects, our new plans are now primarily tailored towards the security needs of your project, enabling small teams, individual developers, enterprises, and professional auditors to gain full confidence that their smart contracts are secure.

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Stepping into the light

By Mike Pumphrey | Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

MythX comes into its own, and creates a partnership with ConsenSys Diligence.

I would like to introduce you to the new MythX blog.

This is the place for the whole MythX team, including our researchers, developers, and (yes) marketing folks to be able to share news, tips, ideas, and consolation/hope for the state of security on the Ethereum platform.

(Looking for our old blog? It’s here.)

But first, some orientation, and how we got here.

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