Jacob Creech revealed that there is a $400K reward for anyone who can identify bugs in Solana’s code.
This reward is one of the several rewards up for grabs in Solana’s new bug bounty program.
Over the past few days, SOL’s price dropped below the key $22.20 support level.
The head of developer relations at Solana (SOL), Jacob Creech, revealed in an X (formerly Twitter) post, that there is a $400K reward for anyone who can identify bugs in Solana’s code base. According to the bug bounty, $400K is up for grabs to any developer who can identify a bug in the code that could lead to loss of availability.
This reward will be paid in SOL tokens, which will be locked for 12 months. Notably, this reward is one of several offered by the Solana Foundation’s bug bounty program.
There is also a $100K payout to anyone who is able to execute a denial of service (DoS) attack against the network. Furthermore, a whopping $1 million reward will go out to anyone who is able to exploit…
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