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White Hat hackers have earned more than 32 thousand dollars in a week correcting errors in crypto projects

White Hat hackers who are paid to fix security bugs in various projects can earn more than $ 32,000 a week.


Peculiarities of White Hat hackers’ earnings

Not all hackers make money being burglars. It became known that White Hat hackers earned at least $ 32,150 fixing security errors in cryptocurrency and blockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details
projects such as Coinbase, TRON, Brave, and EOS.

From March 28 to May 16, 15 blockchain-related companies paid a decent amount of rewards to the security researchers for correcting about 30 errors.

Working on fixing errors in crypto projects, White Hat hackers earned more than 32 thousand dollars in a week. By breaking the data reviewed by Omise, the company behind OmiseGo paid for 6 issued bug reports; Augur and Brave Software paid for 3 fixed bugs. The amount of remuneration depends on the seriousness of the deficiencies: about $ 100 for each corrected error.

TRON was even more "generous": it paid $ 3,100 to a security researcher who discovered that the network was subject to hacking that could stop the entire blockchain network.

Editor: Yuliya Soroka

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