Learn and exploit blockchain technology to earn cryptocurrency in our playground and abroad.
Our exploitable contracts and other software contain Glass (as well as extremely liquid cryptocurrency). Find these exploits and confiscate Glass. This Glass isn't rewarded but rather taken by skilled hackers. These hackers, weather anonymous or named, appear on our Challenges leaderboard.
You can purchase Glass with Ethereum or Bitcoin here. Currently, one Glass is .3 BTC. Glass grants you early access exploit hints and the Glass School, where you can build more skills to hack more tech.
If you write a contract that is featured on our site, you are rewarded 1 Glass. Our reward smart contract reads our site via an oracle. The author's creator address is rewarded 1 Glass upon publication automagically. You don't have to trust us to send funds.
Oops. Ethereum‘s first Decentralized Autonomous Organization, The DAO, has lost money – lots of it. To be specific, it has lost the equivalent of about US$ 60m. This is not because it is a duff idea and no-one can be bothered with it (though that might also be true). No, this was deliberate draining of funds by someone who spotted a loophole in the DAO’s “smart contract” and exploited it.
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Hong Kong-based Bitfinex said all users will lose 36 percent of their deposits after the bitcoin exchange concluded its review of a $71 million hacking attack.
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While Krypton—an Ethereum-based smart contract platform—is recovering from a 51% attack, its founder voiced the possibility of it being a mere “dry-run” with a high probability of attacks on other lower cap coins in days ahead. The attack on Krypton involved an amount of 21,645 KR, which converts to approximately $3,000 from Bittrex’s wallets. Krypton has been trading on Bittrex exchange since the end of May, 2016.
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Hackers responsible for the BTC-E breaches in October 2014 stole data belonging to 568,355 users. Included in this data were usernames, registered email addresses, passwords, IP addresses, registration dates, and other general profile and account information.
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Glass Hunt is a playground for learners and developers to hack blockchain technology. We started after many crypto hacks took millions of dollars in Bitcoin and Ethereum via various hacks. We hope that by fostering a community of hackers, with easy-to-use tools to hack, will make the crypto ecosystem more secure, after it's broken a lot of course.
Glass Hunt is for anyone with desire to take things apart to see what's inside and use tools, not just as they were intended. Existing blockchain developers have an upperhand due to shear experience. We seek to provide that knowledge-base to beginners, as well as the experienced developers o there can be more transparency in the discussions about blockchain discussion, so that not just a small group of "knowledgeable" individuals are feeding insecure technlogy to the eventual masses.
We are in no way affiliated with the Ethereum or Bitcoin foundations. We are a fully independent entity. With that said, we have been and will be open to working with individuals from these groups to find more hacks, create more tools, and teach blockchain hacking to more curious minds.
Please don't. Our entire reason for existence is that you should not trust institutions, but rather code. Now, of course, code can be flawed. So, if we want you to trust immutable code on the blockchain, we must make sure that this code cannot be manipulated (even though this is always the case). And thus, our reason for existence. We strive to make "code is law" mean more than just "break this and get all the money and maybe a foundation will revert that decision with a hardfork".
The Glass Hacker School is an online video subscription, which comes with a toolkits to hack smart contracts and other blockchain technology, mostly on the Bitcoin and Ethereum/Ethereum Classic chains. Teams work in groups, using the communication tool Slack, to coordinate attacks with their instructor. We have the Enthusiasts School which focuses on awesome hacks and development in the blockchain for both the web development astute, as well as the non-coder blockchain lovers. Then, for people currently working on blockchains professionally, we have the bootcamp the Pro School (for those who have already hacked stuff and deployed blockchains). Each bootcamp lasts 1 month and Glass Token is issued upon successful completion of the program.
Glass Tokens can be transfered via our smart contract on the Ethereum blockchain. Our token contract can be found here: 0xc7c40ad438a86d4bdea1f013a1ed8eefa357fbc1. While we are in beta, it is possible to get some discounted Glass by telling friends about the platform. Just send a friendly email here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can use Glass Tokens to pay for courses in the Glass Hacker School, trade them with friends, and soon trade them on exchanges. We are currently talking with a few exchanges, and as Glass Tokens become more popular, you will be able to trade them in more and more places. Additionally, Glass Token can be used to get a 12 hour headstart on hackable code and hints before they are publicly made available on our site. This is a major advantage and gives you a better chance to be the first to solve a contract puzzle and take the monetary reward, plus some more Glass Token.
We are an anonymous organization operating in South Korea. The reason for our anonymity goes back to our belief around trust. Identity is usually tied to trust. We seek that you don't trust us, but rather the code. Additionally we want to show you how to do that. Bitcoin and Ethereum addresses are anonymous, simply numbers. We value that. Thus, our site is simply an address. However, it's not a secret who we are. If you want to find out, with some motivation, I'm sure you can discover our identity, especially if you're in Seoul.