Facebook is offering thousands of dollars as a reward for those testers who find bugs in its upcoming Libra cryptocurrency.
Libra Invites Your Security and Privacy Review of its Architecture and Design
Facebook envisages empowering billions of people all over the world through its single global ‘cryptocurrency’, Libra. It will be supported by a simple financial infrastructure.
The social media giant plans to release the digital asset in 2020. But before its release, its engineers and developers want to ensure that the cryptocurrency will run on a secure, scalable, and reliable blockchain.
Indeed, the Libra team claims to have already created such blockchain “to prioritize scalability, security, efficiency in storage and throughput, and future adaptability.”
Now, Libra Core testnet is available for testing purposes. Libra Core is the software that maintains the Libra cryptocurrency.
On August 22, 2019, the team announced the Bounty Program. It calls for volunteers to test the system and try to find bugs or issues….