Using the power of Ethereum to enable cybersecurityBuglab is a Ethereum-based platform that connects companies with a global network of expert cybersecurity researchers.At the center of our ecosystem, there are two programs - the buglab contest and Vigilante Protocol, helping companies all over the world to discover and fix vulnerabilities on their digital solutions or assets.
- Project TypeToken
- Platform Ethereum
- Circulating SupplyNone specified
- Total SupplyNone specified
- Max Supply425,000,000
- Primary SectorPrivacy & Security
Alexander is a life long tech entrepreneur & pioneer in digital business models launching one of the UK's first digital publishing companies back in 1997. Alexander is passionate about disruptive technologies and new business models, with a keen interest in how Blockchain and AI can be utilised to improve humanity. As an early advocate for the merits of Blockchain and DLT, Alexander is a board director at the IDACB (International Decentralized Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain), Ambassador of the Nordic Blockchain Association, President and founder of the Nordic IT Association, a 2x Nominated Deloitte entrepreneur of the year and a recognised top 250 global authority on IoT, Automation & Strategic Management.
|Mar 2016||Development Begins|
|Feb 2017||French Tech Ticket Acceptance and Team Relocation|
|Jun 2017||IBM Global Entrepreneur Program Acceptance|
|Nov 2017||Partnership with CERTs & CSIRTs begins|
|Jun 2018||Public Pre-sale Opens|
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- 8 of 27 Team Members Verified
- Company Verified
- KYC Interview Conducted
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A = Excellent
B = Good
C = Average
D = Below Average
E = Low