According to an investigation conducted by TNW, 13 blockchain- and cryptocurrency-related companies were hit with a total of 43 vulnerability reports from Feb. 13–March 13.
In the blockchain field, e-sports gambling platform Unikrn reportedly got the most vulnerability reports, amounting to 12 bugs. Unikrn is followed by OmiseGo developer, Omise, having received six bug reports. In third place is EOS, with five vulnerability reports.
Consensus algorithm and peer-to-peer (P2P) networking protocol Tendermint received four bugs. Tendermint is followed by decentralized prediction market protocol Augur and smart contracts platform Tezos, with three each. Anonymity-focused cryptocurrency Monero, ICON, and MyEtherWallet reportedly saw two vulnerability reports each.
The hackers received a total of $23,675 dollars for their efforts, of which Tendermint contributed the most at $8,500. EOS gave $5,500 in rewards, while Unikrn awarded $1,375. TNW says that the low bounty amount suggests that the bugs were not critical.