OpenSea has paid $200,000 in bounty rewards to two ethical hackers

They discovered separate critical vulnerabilities in the NFT marketplace in the last ten days.

Both hacker gets a reward of $100,000 each individually.

Corben Leo, a security expert and chief marketing officer at security firm Zellic.

Corben discovered a critical OpenSea vulnerability via the bug bounty platform HackerOne.

Nix also discovered a critical OpenSea vulnerability via the bug bounty platform HackerOne.

To deal with these type of issues, OpenSea entered a program with HackerOne, a crowdfunded ethical hacking platform.

OpenSea is the largest NFT marketplace on Ethereum in terms of daily volume.

As part of the program, OpenSea offers bounty rewards according to how serious the threat is.

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