QuickSwap is offering up to $100,000 to users who detect and privately report any vulnerabilities pertaining to our V3 smart contracts.
- After months of testing, auditing, and developing, QuickSwap launched our implementation of Algebra’s V3 concentrated liquidity model
- V3 will be usable on our beta UI very soon
- This bug bounty will run from when it goes live until we launch V3 on our mainnet
- QuickSwap’s bounty (paid in New QUICK) is open to anyone who finds a security vulnerability related to our V3 smart contracts and reports it privately
- All rewards are the team’s discretion
- To report a bug, please fill out this form with as much detailed information as possible
QuickSwap’s V3 Beta
Even though we had Algebra’s V3 codebase extensively audited, we want to take extra measures to ensure user security. That’s why we’re inviting security auditors to help us find any bugs or vulnerabilities in our smart contracts.
When the beta launches, you can access it here: https://beta.quickswap.exchange/#/
Timeline & Rewards
This bug bounty will run from now until we launch our V3 on mainnet — expected within the next month.
Rewards are only for vulnerabilities that relate to smart contracts.
All rewards are subject to the team’s discretion. Rewards will be paid in New QUICK tokens on the Polygon Network in varying increments depending on the extent of the vulnerability detected. QuickSwap will pay a maximum of $100,000 for any and all bug bounties.
Eligibility & Reporting
To be eligible for any bug bounty reward, auditors must report the vulnerability directly to the QuickSwap team and not disclose it publicly.
Rewards are only for smart contract vulnerabilities.
To report a bug, please fill out this form with as much detailed information as possible. Generally a good description of the bug is enough, but the more information you can provide, the quicker it is to resolve (which our busy team really appreciates). Remember, all rewards are subject to the team’s discretion.