Libra Association opened its bug bounty program to the public. They want to address any security concerns before Libra’s expected launch in 2020.
On their recent post. It was said that the expansion of the program will promote Libra Association’s principles like “openness, transparency, and global access.”
They also expect opening up the bug bounty program to the public to encourage “more people with diverse skills and backgrounds” to test the security of Libra’s blockchain.
“We want to help our researchers uncover issues while the Libra Blockchain is still in testnet and no real money is in circulation. Participants can receive up to $10,000 in rewards for discovering the most critical issues.”