Compare: PoliceDOGE & RISE Contract

PoliceDOGE is a hyper-deflationary buyback token forked from the RISE contract with improved functions to make it more secure, below are some of the functions that have been improved from the RISE contract to make it more secure.

The difference between the two smart contracts is also detailed here: Diffchecker

1. In the PoliceDOGE contract, the setTaxFeePercent functionality is limited to a maximum of 2%, rather than unlimited in the RISE contract ✅

⚠️ Risks Ex: setTaxFeePercent = 100 (This will charge 100% of every transaction, user will lose everything)

2. In the PoliceDOGE contract, the setLiquidityFeePercent functionality is limited to a maximum of 9%, rather than unlimited in the RISE contract ✅

⚠️ Risks Ex: setLiquidityFeePercent = 100 (This will charge 100% of every transaction, user will lose everything)

3. In the PoliceDOGE contract, the “setMaxTxAmount” function requires a minimum install amount of 1,000,000,000 tokens, rather than no requirement for this function in the RISE contract ✅

⚠️ Risks Ex: setMaxTxAmount = 0 (The maximum number of tokens on every transaction is 0. So users cannot transfer or buy/sell)

4. In the PoliceDOGE contract, the setMarketingDivisor functionality is limited to a maximum of 3%, rather than unlimited in the RISE contract ✅

⚠️ Risks Ex: setMarketingDivisor = 9 (This will move the full 9% liquidityFee (including 6% buyback) to the dev controlled Marketing Wallet)

PoliceDOGE represents law enforcement and ensures user safety with the callPolice function included in the contract

It works just like regular buyback — the price pumps and all bought tokens are burned. CallPolice will be activated at holder milestones during PoliceDOGE’s launch phase but eventually will be controlled through a community-consensus-based dApp.