The Immunefi Whitehat Leaderboard showcases the top 20 most elite whitehats in all of Web3.
As a whitehat, when you successfully submit a bug on Immunefi and that report is paid, your whitehat score increases based on the severity (Low, Medium, High, Critical) of the report. Additionally, the whitehat score increases based on the total number of paid reports, although the score's weighting is primarily dependent on total earnings.
To sum it up, whitehat scores are calculated based on three factors:
- Number of paid reports
- The severity of paid reports
- Total earnings
An example of the calculation in action is if a whitehat has two low, one high, and two critical severity payouts, the whitehat score will be: 2*2 + 1*8 + 2*50 = 112.
The whitehat names on the leaderboard are displayed as account usernames by default; if you’d like to change your username, log into the Immunefi bugs platform, navigate to the user settings page, and click the ‘change username’ button. Once your new username is updated, it will appear on the leaderboard, replacing your old username.
The leaderboard is automatically updated every day, but it operates on a two-week delay. Therefore, if your report is paid and resolved, your whitehat score will be updated two weeks later.
The best way to increase your rank on the leaderboard is to submit accurate, critical bug reports through Immunefi.
Immunefi frequently selects whitehats who rank in the top 20 spots to receive extra rewards, all-expenses-paid trips, exclusive swag, and speaking opportunities.
How do I see my Whitehat score and ranking?
To access this information, go to your 'Settings' in the Dashboard. Under the 'Analytics' subheading, you will see your score and ranking, as well as the total number of valid reports that you've submitted and your total earnings on Immunefi.
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