Representatives of the Libra Association announced a new reward program for third-party developers. This initiative should attract specialists with various skills and professional experience to test Libra security before the launch of the project.
Thus, the association hopes to increase openness and transparency and to help global access to the project. Michael Engle, lead developer of the ecosystem at the Libra Association, said members of the vulnerability search program could receive up to $10,000 for identifying significant security gaps.
Everyone can search for vulnerabilities in Libra code. To find out the details of the program, check out the project website.
Recall, in July, representatives of the social network announced that Facebook could refuse to launch the Libra cryptocurrency due to pressure from regulators. However, the introduction of a vulnerability search reward program indicates that Facebook is not going to part with the Libra project yet.