Fetch.AI Technical Bounty: awards up to $10,000 for reporting critical issues

Introduction

Fetch.AI’s bounty program kicks off now! Find and report a technical issue, and be awarded FET tokens.

There is much more coming as the summer progresses: we’ll be expanding our bounty program considerably to cover autonomous agents, mobile applications, and much, much more. We’re building a program for all to take part in.

Objectives

The objective of the technical bounty program is to award FET for your help in improving the quality, reliability and performance of the Fetch.AI technology.

Start date: 9th July 2019

End date: Ongoing program to be revised at mainnet launch

Award structure

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See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defect_criticality for an idea of how defects are classified. Fetch.AI may change classifications of submitted bugs according to likelihood of occurrence or other factors.

Participation

To take part, you must:

  • Submit either an issue or a pull request
  • Correctly classify the issue and attach all the relevant information
  • Ensure the pull request complies with the Fetch.AI software standards
  • Email the issue ID and/or pull request details to [email protected]

Awards are issued subject to severity, reclassification and verification by Fetch.AI.

Relevant links and resources

For the ledger GitHub repository: https://github.com/fetchai/ledger

For links to documentation and tutorials: https://community.fetch.ai

Fetch.AI’s developer slack channel: #bounty_program

Terms and conditions

Fetch.AI terms and conditions apply. These include, but are not limited to: bounty awards are subject to change, verification and approval times (which may be several weeks for full validation). Fetch.AI’s decision is final. All users warrant that they are legally able to receive bounties. More specifically: they are of the appropriate age, the work they are submitting is their own and that they are in a territory that allows such awards. You must also submit to any required KYC data (if required) for the bounty to be delivered. This program is not open to Fetch.AI employees or contractors, past or present. Bugs found using automated bug finding tools (e.g., static analysis tools such as ‘Covertity’) are not eligible for bounties. Bugs must be in the latest release branch and must not be fixed on master. Fetch.AI reserve the right to change the terms of the bounty agreement at any time. Contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions or require clarification on any of these terms.

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