Anonymous hackers offer a $100,000 cryptocurrency to seek hackers' globally renowned corporate information

Anonymous hacker Phineas Fisher will pay up to 100,000 cryptocurrencies to other hackers around the world to collect some destructive information about well-known companies around the world. The prize, called the "Hacktivist Bug Hunting Program," was released on November 15 and is aimed at large companies, including Israeli spyware vendor NSO Group and American oil company Halliburton. The goal is to pay hackers who are politically motivated to attack businesses, which will lead to some public interest-related documents leaking. Other targets are also reported to include mining and livestock companies in South America.