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Facebook’s Libra Launches Bug Bounty Program With $10,000 Reward

Facebook’s cryptocurrency “Libra” has recently announced a public bug bounty program that will award security researchers with $10,000 USD, if they successfully break into it.

In a blog post, the Libra association has disclosed that they are offering around $10,000 to security researchers as a reward, if any ethical hacker or security researchers successfully find a major flaws in the blockchain and help in getting it fixed.

This bug bounty program was out when Facebook officially announced plans for its own Cryptocurrency and blockchain “Libra”.

On the start, it was only for selected group of security professionals, but now anyone who is an expert in this subject can join the program.

If people are going to rely on Libra for their everyday financial needs, it is critical that the infrastructure behind it be dependable and safe.

The complete details on this bug bounty program, you are going to find on HackerOne. It is also stated that the security researchers and ethical hackers will work on the TEST net of Libra and there is no surety whether the program they have worked on will be officially rolled out publically by Facebook.

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