$100,000 bounty to hack Beowulf
Published On : 2019-10-30 15:47:56
After the Beowulf Airdrop, Beowulf offers now a $100,000 bounty to break its blockchain layer.
Decentralized cloud network Beowulf has enlisted the services of cyber security firm HackerOne to attempt to hack the company’s blockchain layer. By inviting hackers to join a bounty to hack Beowulf’s system, the blockchain platform aims to stress-test its supercomputer network, which is geared towards B2B communication services.
Headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in London, New York, Singapore and the Netherlands, HackerOne will throw out the challenge to its expert community of white-hats, which numbers over 100,000. Fittingly, the bounty offered by Beowulf for successful penetration of its blockchain layer stands at $100,000. The prize will be awarded to whoever can hack the blockchain system and expose vulnerabilities.
Find out more information in the official announcement.