Open source software refers to a computer application where the source code is available to the general public for use and/or modification. Programmers contribute their coding skills to a broader community when there is a personal gain to use the open source application or to receive peer recognition. The benefits of this so-called crowdsourcing offers small and medium sized companies value by i) reducing the internal cost of development ii) by increasing the speed to market. Yet, a lack of incentives causes the majority of open source projects' inability to garner sufficient community adoption for a longer period of time.
24hrs after posting our bounty, the first code was submitted. 3 days later we were able to accept a solution, and we gladly paid out the $500 bounty. Thank you @go_chain and the #gochain $GO ecosystem and thank you @fundrequest_io for hosting the #bounty 🤘
All ethical #hackers are invited to hack away and detect undiscovered security issues 🔓😱. Our public bug bounty program runs for a period of six months⌛️! Thanks to @intigriti for hosting🤘
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