White hat hackers are quietly raising a month to fix 20 cryptocurrency loopholes and get a $23,675 bounty

According to the blockchain base camp report, it has become a trend for white hat hackers to fix security vulnerabilities for cryptocurrency projects. According to incomplete statistics, in the past two weeks only (March 14 to March 28) Monroe coins Popular cryptocurrency platforms such as Monero and Stellar have given at least $7,400 in rewards to hackers who fix security holes. Unfortunately, most of the security vulnerability reports are still in a state of confidentiality. Currently, there are some low-risk security vulnerabilities that are rarely reported in the bounty. For example, the Omise platform and the Augur platform have a security vulnerability. Users When you open its official website, you may be maliciously redirected to a fake website by a hacker.