Even smart contracts can be made to look foolish. Case in point: The Japan-based NRI Secure Technologies has rolled out a blockchain security monitoring service, and one of the first tools in its belt is Mythril, a smart contract security diagnosis and analysis tool proffered by ConsenSys Diligence.

Mythril was specifically designed to review smart contracts hosted on Ethereum, a blockchain-based distributive computing platform that found itself with a problem last month after hackers breached a smart contract associated with its adult entertainment offering SpankChain and absconded with $38,000.

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