TRON $10 Million Mainnet Bug Bounty Reward Program and $100K DApps Development Announced


Find Bugs in the Tron Main Net and Receive Up To $100K

The Tron (TRX) Main Net is a big event in the cryptocurrency industry. Dissimilar from many other platforms, the Tron is recognized for being smoother and having a successful launch. Of course, that is not to say that there are no bugs whatsoever. To the contrary, errors do exist and to resolve them, Justin Sun, Tron’s founder, recently stated that the company is offering a bounty for those who are able to find the bugs.

The reward is staggering as well. Those who are able to find a glitch in the main net from June 1 to June 24 will receive up to $100,000 in #bugbounty rewards. Those who are looking for proof can simply look at Sun’s Twitter page. Keep in mind that the bounty is first come, first served as well.

The purpose of this event is to help the company fix any issues and certainly, it is a smart move that not only generates more recognition for the company, but it also helps the community get involved in improving the company. Those who are interested may want to consider starting to search for bugs – competition seems quite fierce.

Not long after Justin Sun's original tweet (shown above) he tweeted again stating that the biggest reward is up to $10,000,000 (yes that is Millions) for finding bugs in the Tron Mainnet system.

You can see that the offer of $100k for finding holes and bugs on the TRX mainnet has the cryptocurrency world excited. Many are taking a jab at EOS only offering $10k for finding bugs.

 

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