White-hat hackers continue to rid blockchain projects of their bugs, having earned a minimum of $7,400 for fixing security flaws in popular cryptocurrency platforms like Monero and Stellar. Seven cryptocurrency-related projects dished out rewards to blockchain hackers for finding and patching 20 software bugs in the past two weeks (between March 14 and 28), according to HackerOne data reviewed by Hard Fork. Platforms Augur, Monero, ICON, and Stellar distributed bounties to security researchers – even services Crypto.com, Robinhood, and Omise recently paid hackers to fix up their code. Which blockchain-related startup featured the most bugs this time? Omise, the firm behind the OmiseGO cryptocurrency, topped…

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Hackers fix 20 security flaws in cryptocurrency-related platforms in 2 weeks
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