Tron (TRX) Gives $25,000 to 5 Developers Who Spotted Bugs in Open-Source Code

Just a couple of days ago, Binance – a very popular digital currency trading platform – credited the Binance account of thirty-one selected Tron (TRX) traders with five million TRX tokens. Recently, the Tron Foundation has also announced it gave away $25k to five developers that are actively working to redefine the community of Tron.

Tron’s Github Bug Bounty Program

This time, the five selected developers reviewed the open-source code of Tron on Github and discovered some bugs in the code of the program. The Tron Foundation said that it launched the Github Bug Bounty Program to encourage the community of Tron (TRX) developers to review the open-source code of Tron.
Interestingly, the outcome of the bounty program of Tron indicated the readiness of the developers of Tron to see that the code of the digital currency is free from bugs that may make it vulnerable to hacks.
The Tron foundation launched the program and it was aimed at incentivizing global community developers to contribute to Tron’s ecosystem development and to portray unity in the decentralized world. Talking about the development of the ecosystem, the team also said that though there are limitations in the capacity of individuals, they believe in the power of a united community.
They said through hosting such an event, they aspire to rouse progress and innovation in the blockchain development efforts of Tron in order to create greater value at improved efficiency. The Github Bug Bounty Program has come to an end, and it’s been replaced with the Bug Bounty project for Tron’ Mainnet, which is now being handled by HackerOne.
TRON (TRX) Price Today – TRX / USD

Name Price24H (%)
Bitcoin (BTC)
$3,364.05
-2.24%
TRON (TRX)
$0.013190
1.08%

At the time of writing, Tron (TRX) is trading at $0.0342 after an increase of 4.8 percent over the past twenty-four hours. The market cap of Tron (TRX) is $2.22 billion and its trading volume over the past twenty-four hours is $161.50 million.

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