Raising the hacker reward ceiling
The last few weeks we have been busy building the mobile version, onboarding new projects, and launching our ambassador programs. Most importantly, we took the past few weeks to check all of our contracts once again so we can be ready to announce new vaults.
At this moment, new projects are in the process of reviewing Hats contracts, adding an extra layer of security into our platform. This is very important for us, as it will not only grow the credibility of the hats platform, but it will enable adding more funds to Hats.
We call that process “Raising the hacker reward ceiling” and in practice, it will enable deposits on Hats vaults. Helping white hackers all over the world monetize their skills, and access a bigger pool of funds.
We also added a time lock to our governance system, allowing transparency and clear communication on the different decisions of the governance.
Last but not least, we have started working on Hats V2! But what does that mean for you? It means that upgrades will only make your experience better by increasing our security, lowering risk, and providing you with peace of mind.
- The Hatter plan is here:
Our ambassador program is live! That means that contributors to the community can be rewarded for their efforts. Whether you have experience in writing, business development, or community building, you can use your skills to help Hats Finance grow and get reward for it.
Read the details in our previous Mirror article and let us know which committee you would like to be part of!
2. The Crows are coming — soon….
3. New Vaults on the way
We are working very hard to bring new projects into hats, opening the door to new vaults and rewards for the community. We will soon announce the projects!
We have more exciting news coming up in the next couple of days, so make sure to follow us to get the latest news!
Interested in joining Hats?
Hats will succeed in achieving its goals with the help of the community that will be built around it. We are always looking for devs and security experts that are interested in joining us. If you know Solidity or React, enthusiastic about Web3, and want to contribute to the security of the Ethereum ecosystem, please drop us a line and we’d be more than happy to help onboard you.
As always, follow us on Twitter or join our Discord server and let us know what you want to help with.