In 2018, blockchain companies paid $ 900 thousand to white hackers
In 2018, the white hacker community received about $ 900,000 in bounty campaigns from companies targeting blockchain and cryptocurrency, reports NextWeb .
Thus, the startup Block.one jointly paid $ 534 thousand, overtaking Coinbase ($ 290 thousand) and developers of the TRON platform ($ 76 thousand).
Note that payments made by blockchain industry representatives made up 4% of all bounty fees on the HackerOne platform.
It is worth emphasizing that these companies received more than 3,000 vulnerability reports, and the average hacker fee was $ 1,490.
Earlier, the developers of hardware wallets Ledger and Trezor commented on information about vulnerabilities discovered by researchers wallet.fail.
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