Warp Finance is ensuring the security of its V2 test launch through a bug bounty. This bug bounty program will be hosted by Immunefi, and will provide users with incentives to determine any limitations or possible exploitations of our vault offering.
Bug Bounty Details
Warp Finance is initiating a bug bounty via Immunefi to identify bugs and other vulnerabilities that relate to smart contract/blockchain code and our website/application.
Assets in scope are:
Smart Contract: https://github.com/warpfinance/Warp-Contracts
Rewards will be distributed according to the exploitability level of the vulnerability and its impact based on the Immunefi Vulnerability Severity Classification System. The reward levels are as follows:
Critical 🔴 USD 50 000
High 🟠 USD 10 000
Medium 🟡 USD 5 000
Low 🟢 USD 1 000
Critical 🔴 USD 7 500
High 🟠 USD 3 250
Medium 🟡 USD 1 000
Payouts are handled by Warp Finance directly and are denominated in USD. The payout can only be completed in WARP. Critical bug identification and fixes will be later posted on Immunefi’s Medium for public availability.
The Warp Finance bug bounty will be open indefinitely and available at https://immunefi.com/bounty/warpfinance. Through this program, we hope to further ensure that our protocol is protected against nefarious actions and will reward the community for helping us with this process.
More About Immunefi
Warp Finance is excited to be working with Immunefi, a crypto-focused bug bounty platform with the goal of making crypto more secure, while at the same time making the space easier to navigate.
As the leading DeFi bug bounty organization, it protects over $25 billion in user funds. The platform has already paid out more than $3 million in bounties, with an additional $24 million in bounties available. It estimates that through these bounty programs, it has helped protocols avert over $1 billion in hack-related damages. Thanks to the important role it plays in securing protocols, and the success it has seen, Immunefi has been trusted by major platforms such as SushiSwap, Cream, Synthetix, and Chainlink, to name just a few.
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