Bug Bounty

A bug bounty is a program, offered by BridgeSwap, by which users of the platform can receive compensation and recognition for reporting bugs, especially those pertaining to security exploits and vulnerabilities.
Your safety has always been our top priority. Our team is extremely committed to providing the service of the highest caliber of quality as well as ensuring the safeness of the platform. As part of this program, BridgeSwap invites its users to help protect and improve the platform.


What Can You Report?

Basically, you can report any weaknesses in the code, typos on the website, issues with logging in to the website, inability to withdraw funds to the wallet, inability to add liquidity, make a swap, and so on.

How to Report a Weakness?

If you spot a weakness or a bug, please, report it via the BridgeSwap Bug Bounty application form. Describe the found issue as explicit and detailed as possible and provide any evidence you might have (screenshots and/or screen recording).

What Will Happen Once You Submit Your Report?

A team of BridgeSwap security experts will investigate your report and will contact you within seven business days to discuss the weakness, how you found it, and follow-up actions.

Reward Compensation

The reward compensation you might receive highly depends on the severity of the weakness you report. You are not entitled to the rewards in case the BridgeSwap team had known the weakness before you sent a report.
The compensation will be sent in BRIS tokens. The amount of compensation will be based on the severity of the weakness and the potential damages prevented thanks to your report.
The amount of reward compensation will be calculated based on the following criteria:
Reward Compensation (in BRIS)
  1. 1.
    Incorrect spelling of words on the website.
  2. 2.
    UI / UX bugs (front-end site).
Up to 5$ in BRIS
  1. 1.
    Inability to log in to the platform.
  2. 2.
    Issues related to the logics and mechanics of the website.
Up to 200$ in BRIS
  1. 1.
    Issues pertaining to security exploits and vulnerabilities.
  2. 2.
    Issues pertaining to the financial losses.
Up to 20 000$ in BRIS