Cryptocurrency News Today: Want to make $10,000 from Libra? Break its blockchain
The supposedly independent group of companies tasked with overseeing the delivery of Facebook‘s “cryptocurrency” Libra has announced a public bug bounty.
The bug bounty was first opened in June when Facebook officially announced plans for its Libra Blockchain and Cryptocurrency. However, only 50 specially selected security researchers were invited to scrutinize the platform. Now anyone can take a look under the hood, so to speak.
Libra says its opened the bug bounty to the wider public in an attempt to make its Blockchain as secure and dependable as possible.
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.
Bear in mind though, this bug bounty is on the Libra test net, and the code open for scrutiny is by no means the final version of what the Big F will launch.
Full details of the bug bounty program a