BUG BOUNTY UPDATE: The ApeCoin DAO Got An Update On The Staking Bug Bounty Program From Llama Today
With phase one of the ApeCoin DAO’s staking bug bounty program set to end later this week, the community received another update on the state of staking.
On Tuesday Llama, one of the two companies that the ApeCoin DAO voted to work with to create and run its bug bounty program, took to the community Discourse channel and gave $Ape holders an update on the program.
“Hi everyone, we’re now two days away from the end of the testnet bug bounty program, Llama wrote. “So far we’ve received 24 submissions from whitehat hackers: 21 of those submissions are closed and are not eligible for a reward, 2 submissions are still under review, and 1 submission uncovered a medium severity bug. So since the last update we’ve received 5 submissions, 3 of those have been closed and 2 are still under review. Let us know if you have any questions!”
Further, Llama said that the two submissions that are still under review are not critical to the staking program and that the company expects to close both of them today or tomorrow.
As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, the ApeCoin DAO, Llama, and the DAO’s other partner, Immunefi, are set to transition the bug bounty program from its current phase one,Goerli testnet deployment, to its second phase, mainnet deployment, on November 24th.
This second phase of the bug bounty program will run for the entirety of the ApeCoin DAO’s three year staking system.
Anyone who finds a bug in the code between now and the end of the DAO's staking system can submit it to Immunefi and receive up t0 $1,008,888 USD.