A feature of dHEDGE is Guarded Open Access Transactions (GOAT) which allow protocols and specific actions (contracts) to be whitelisted, such as staking or lending, without putting depositors capital at risk. Managers can only use these whitelisted contracts, all other transactions will fail.
dHEDGE has launched a bug bounty program with Immunefi for the community to help make the dHEDGE protocol even more secure through community contributions. Payouts from finding a bug are as high as $25,000 for successfully reporting a “critical-level” bug. This initiative supports crowd source intelligence from the community who wish to participate in the protocol’s security.