Are Blockchains Secure? Hard Fork Investigation Reveals Over 40 Bugs Found On Multiple Platforms In Last Month
How Secure Are Blockchains? Investigation By Hard Fork Reveals Over 40 Bugs From Multiple Platforms In Last Month Blockchain technology was made with the purpose of offering immutability and secure data over a distributed ledger. However, considering the many hacks of the crypto industry, it should come as no surprise that Hard Fork chose to perform an investigation for the last 30 days, seeing how blockchain and cryptocurrency platforms fair in their own security. In their findings, there were over 40 bugs discovered. Between February 13th and March 13th, there were 43 vulnerability reports published amongst 13 blockchain and crypto companies. Some of the impacted platforms reported by Hard Fork included Coinbase, Block.one, Tezos, Brave, and Monero. The platform with the highest number of vulnerability reports in the blockchain sector was Unikrn, an esports gambling platform that hosts its own crypto asset as well. The disclosure program showed 12 bugs. The platform with the second
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