A 19-year-old completely self-taught hacker from Argentina has just been recognized as the first bug bounty hacker to earn more than $1 million in bounty payout awards, according to HackerOne. Santiago Lopez, the hacker, who uses the handle @try_to_hack, has been discovering and disclosing vulnerabilities through HackerOne’s bug bounty program since 2015.
The social media behemoth has jumped on the blockchain wagon. According to an article published by the New York Times on Feb. 28, Mark Zuckerberg’s internet empire is working on its very own cryptocurrency, which plans to integrate with WhatsApp, Messenger and also Instagram – three of their most popular apps with
TRON network is known for its rather popular decentralized applications(dApps), most of which are gaming and gambling-oriented. One of the betting apps, called TronBet, recently exceeded all records by experiencing a massive $41 million-large betting volume within only seven days. The platform’s top user wagered around $94 million, while the top
Tether, the leading stablecoin, has announced that it will soon be available on the TRON blockchain. Tether revealed the news on Monday morning, and TRON confirmed the announcement only minutes later. What will happen next is not entirely clear: the official statement suggests an imminent release, while other sources are suggesting a