It is reported that any security expert who finds vulnerabilities in the project code can receive a reward of up to $10,000 for the project developed on the test network of the encrypted monetary fund.
"Before the Libra block chain cap, we launched this vulnerability bounty program. We hope that people around the world can use Libra in their day-to-day financial needs, so Libra's infrastructure must be safe and reliable, "said the Libra Association's policy and communications director, Dante Disparte, in a statement. We will continue to work on building the best Libra block chain, and we will not rush online Libra block chain until regulatory concerns have been resolved and the necessary regulatory permissions have not been obtained. "...
However, it seems premature to launch a bug reward scheme for a commercial viability, let alone for a test network that needs to be approved. Several Libra Association spokesmen have pointed out that Libra will not be launched yet.
"as Libra releases to the main network step by step, this is an important link to prove to the public that Libra Association is actively addressing security issues," said Aaron Henshaw, chief technology officer of Bison Trails, a blockchain infrastructure service provider and Libra Foundation partner.
A spokesman for Libra Association will not comment on the number of projects currently running on the Libra test network.