Potential Honeypot - Token contract contains code that can be used to configure a honeypot.
70% + Chance you will see this because the owner has an option to change fees. That does not necessarily means that it will be a honeypot. In fact most of the contracts has this option as it is useful for the owner to set initial fees high (e.g. 10/10) and then lower it to 0/0. There is a chance that the owner will set the fees above 50% making it a honeypot. This risk is eliminated after the contract is properly renounced. In any case there is still a backdoor to configure the contract to honeypot the contract would probably be marked with 🔴 safety assessment warning.
Potential High Tax - A high buy/sell tax can be set (e.g. 2 / 50+). This could negatively impact the trading and the value of the Token or even lead to a honeypot.
Potential PnD / Potential Tax Farm - These type of contract are typically used by PnD (pump & dump) owners or tax farmers so expect false utility, self-sniping, project abandonment, etc.
Potential Hidden Launch Tax - The Owner keeps certain amount of tokens, usually 20% of the circulating supply and send it to the contract (in a way that it is not visible) which then the contract keeps selling few tokens after every sell increasing the sell pressure. High chance of a tax farm, project abandonment.
Potential Spoof - Transactions are manipulated to make them seem to have originated from a famous private wallet.
Multiple Owners - The smart contract has more than 1 owner. This is normal for very big projects that control is required by multiple users. In a degen/meme case 99% chance it will be used to scam, by supposedly renouncing the contract while still team has control over it.
BSC Contract - The exact same contract was deployed on BSC (Binance Smart Chain). Either the owner deployed the contract on BSC in the past or just copied the code.
Liquidity Locked With Pink - Pinksale lockers are used mainly by BSC Owners. Pinksale lock is free whereas Unicrypt or Team finance lockers has a cost.
Inconclusive (check for options) - 0xTracker did not find any of the above mentioned either because there is nothing in the code or the code is obfuscated.
🛑 High severity - HARD SCAMS
Honeypot - From launch onwards holders are permanently restricted from selling their tokens.
Delayed Honeypot - Sometime after launch holders are permanently restricted from selling their tokens.
Hidden Mint - Token contract contains code that can be used to mint large supply of tokens or is already minted secretly that will be used to drain the Liquidity of the token by dumping then on the market.
Liquidity Drainer - Despite any liquidity lock in place the owner is able to drain most of the liquidity of the token.
Balance Sweeper - Holder balances are manipulated so that what remains is practically worthless.
Fake Renounce - Contract maintains a secret owner that can be used to configure the contract making it a scam (e.g. honeypot)
Liquidity Lock Scam - Either the liquidity is locked for too short a duration (e.g. 1 day), or the amount of liquidity locked is too low (e.g. 1%).
Repeat Scammer - Developer has a history of hard scamming.