Now that the latest version of the 0xcert Framework has been released, we're inviting our peer developers to comb through the code and join the bounty.
Current bounty still active
The bug bounty for the 0xcert Framework had been up and running for a while now, since January 2019 when the first version was publicly released.
After we've merged the code of the 0xcert Framework v2.0 with the master branch, the bounty has become valid for this version, as well.
Same rules, new features
The Framework v2.0 comes with some new features added and others upgraded. In fact, for the newest release, we've created over 500 commits and updated nearly 500 files - check out GitHub pull request #589 for a complete insight.
The rules of bounty, however, remain the same.
We reward issues and bugs found in the Framework based on a risk rating model, as well as appreciate suggestions for style improvement.
Join the bounty
Read more about the 0xcert Framework Bug Bounty program here, and earn rewards for your commitment.
We're looking forward to your reports and suggestions, and we will take them into serious consideration.