There is nothing we prioritize over the safety and security of the protocol and our users. USDR is fully audited with plans to continue auditing our products on an ongoing basis.
As part of the launch of USDR v3, all critical contracts in our protocol now sit behind a proxy which allows the team and/or future governance votes to make critical updates without full redeployments. Given the nascent nature of this category, we’d argue that mutability is an important tool to survive going forward, giving the team immediate recourse in the event of an exploit of our protocol or a partner's.
As an RWA protocol, some level of centralization is already inherent in what we do. So we’ll embrace that to ensure the users who have put their trust in Tangible will never have it broken due to the protocol’s inability to quickly respond to a crisis at the contract level.