At Runtime Verification, K framework is the backbone of the company. Since the CEO of Runtime Verification, Grigore Rosu, started the K project back in 2003 for teaching purposes, the K framework has evolved, its user base has grown, and there are more use cases than ever in the ecosystem.


By Sylvia Barredo

Runtime Verification is thrilled to announce Dexter 2’s formal verification completion. Dexter 2 is an open-source, decentralized, non-custodial exchange for XTZ and FA1.2/FA2 tokens on the Tezos blockchain developed by the CamlCase team.

Dexter’s Security Efforts

Dexter’s engagement focused on formally verifying the bytecode using K-Michelson, an implementation of Michelson in the K…


By Silvia Barredo and Musab Alturki

Runtime Verification is thrilled to announce XET token audit completion. XET token is the utility and governance token of the Xfinite ecosystem, a blockchain platform redefining the future of digital on-demand entertainment.

XET Token’s Audit Scope

XET token is the native currency of the Xfinite ecosystem. The token functions as a unique value of…


By Silvia Barredo and Daejun Park

Over the past eight months, a series of companies have undergone smart contract security audits with Runtime Verification. These companies have something in common: they are staking providers operating in the DeFi ecosystem.

This blog post aims to explain some common mistakes, patterns and aims to create awareness about security…


Runtime Verification, a startup that uses runtime verification-based techniques to conduct security audits on virtual machines and smart contracts, has raised $5.3 million in a funding round led by IOSG Ventures.

Investment came from a range of notable VC firms including Fenbushi Capital, Maven 11, Borderless Capital (Algorand), cFund (Cardano)…


by Rikard Hjort

Elrond and Runtime Verification started as friends, professional admirers of each other’s organizations. The picture attached to this post shows members of both companies together at DevCon IV in Prague, October 2018. Quickly thereafter, Grigore Rosu, Runtime Verification’s founder and CEO, agreed to become an advisor to Elrond.


by Stephen Skeirik

The Power of Reachability Logic

In a previous blog post, we introduced the K-Michelson project, a project developed by Runtime Verification and funded by a generous grant from the Tezos Foundation. So what is K-Michelson? Simply put, it is a formal verification framework for Michelson smart contracts; see our previous post for details. …


by Stephen Skeirik

In a previous post, we introduced the K-Michelson project, a formal verification framework for Michelson smart contracts, and described our overall project goals. In this two-part series, we will investigate:

  1. What an ideal programming language specification looks like.
  2. How this ideal framework powers nextgen program testing.

In this first part…


by Musab A. Alturki

We are pleased to announce that Runtime Verification has been awarded a grant by Algorand Foundation to develop a formal semantic framework for Algorand’s smart contracts. The grant is part of its recently launched 250 Million ALGO Ecosystem Grants Program, a multi-year program that aims to support research and development…


by Stephen Skeirik

Runtime Verification Inc. (RV) is pleased to announce that we are partnering with the Tezos Foundation via the Tezos Ecosystem Grants program to develop a formal verification framework for the Michelson smart contract language! From its inception, the Tezos blockchain was designed with convenience, security, and extensibility in mind. However…

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