The upcoming CCTF Hacker Contest is sponsored by Earth and CodeCluster

Budapest [Hungary], March 30 (ANI/PRNewswire): Looking for a challenge? CryptoCurrency (is) the Flag (CCTF) sponsored ( and CodeCluster ( Next Earth might just be what you’re looking for.

CCTF is the largest hacker competition for blockchain hackers, and the authors focus on creating real-world challenges that cryptographic designers, auditors, testers, and security engineers face on a daily basis, including tasks related to Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Polkadot. The competition will take place in May, but players can apply until April 7.

Next Earth is the third largest metaverse project with over 30,000 virtual land owners, over 180,000 registered users, over 2,500 transactions and a total income of over $10 million. Created to become a self-sufficient, self-regulating, non-profit that supports environmental causes on Earth, the platform has donated $1 million to environmental initiatives since its launch in the fourth quarter of 2021. CodeCluster is the first cultural store for web and app development.

Why sponsor Next Earth and CodeCluster Crypto CTF

As a metaverse project, Next Earth relies on community participation to achieve their goals. Historically, they have made a number of gifts and projects to engage their community. The CCTF sponsorship is just another way they try to reach out and interact with the crypto community.

Likewise, CodeCluster has a vested interest in seeing the success of blockchain technology. As a web and app development store, they stand to gain a lot if blockchain becomes mainstream. By sponsoring the CCTF, they are helping to ensure that the best and brightest minds are working to advance technology.

What is CCTF?

The CCTF Vision was created at the beginning of 2019 by Six and the first round was conducted during the BsidesBUD Information Security Conference. Since then, each event has started with an increasing number of participants and sponsorship awards. The main organizers are Six and Silur. CC7F, or this upcoming event, will face more challenges and winners will be awarded out of a $15,000 prize pool.

Previous games have covered topics such as cryptography, blockchain, proof of authority, smart contract security, front view, vulnerabilities in cryptocurrency infrastructure, cryptographic weaknesses, misconfiguration, leaked wallets, BIP seeds, and improper implementation of RSA.

So what are you waiting for? If you’re up for a challenge, head over to the CCTF website and sign up today!

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