Cosmos Atom bounty

Cosmos (ATOM) Bug Bounty Program kicked from October 08, 2020 through December 31, 2020

October 9, 2020 Off By dan saada

The Cosmos bug Bounty Program kicked on October 08, 2020 and it is set to end on December 31, 2020.  The Cosmos Stargate Release has critical valued at $5,000 and up, High $3,000 and up, Medium $1,000 and up and Low up to $200.

The stargate Bug Bounty Program is meant to help identify critical bugs in the software release. Bugs that are identified should be submitted to the Hacker One program.

The Cosmos Stargate release teams consist of the Cosmos SDK, IBC, Tendermint Core, and IBC Relayer teams. They believe in that proactively finding and fixing bugs is an important part of building strong and resilient blockchain protocols.

Recent changes to the code consisted of a huge transition from an in-house serialization system to a Protobuf and also a major new Tendermint Core feature like state sync.  Also, the first implementation of Cosmos’s flagship Inter-blockchain Communication (IBC) protocol. All of these changes are important as they are high priority for the security community to review.

Sydney Ifergan, the crypto expert tweeted:  “Cosmos (ATOM) are organizing a bug bounty program.  It is only practical for users to clearly understand the program scope before they participate.”

Gregory Landua tweeted:  “Multiple frameworks that interoperate, multiple loci of initiative, diversity of approach, diversity of opinion, rigor integrity and good faith cooperation. These are the ingredients for innovation and evolution. These are the ingredients that make cosmosstargate so exciting.”

Cosmos (ATOM) Collaborations

A lot of collaboration is happening in the cosmos ecosystem.  Those who are curious will need to know Focus, IBC Relayer, Eventivize, Interchain Accounts, AlphaBond, InterNFT Working Group, Ethermint, Orga, and Atlas.

Mintscan Stationgate are in their preparation for a Cosmos IBC compatible inter-blockchain block explorer. They are working on consolidated search bars, Unified domains, and Enhanced speed & UI/UX.

It is very obvious that the Cosmos never stops growing.  Also, the Network has +2000 delegators in the last 3 weeks and is now approaching 30K unique total delegators.

Users are excited about the stats and they feel that in the next 18 months, there will be more than 100K unique delegators.

Recently there was a discussion about the future of the Cosmos hub.  Topics like secondary Interchain Staking token: PHOTON and Token Issuance on the Hub were discussed and the details are available in the YouTube Channels online.

The Cosmos Ecosystem engineering newsletter provides the news about the latest developments in the different upgrades happening in the ecosystem.

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