The way we track a submission depends on the bounty task that it was submitted against. Below is a breakdown of some of our most popular bounty tasks and how we track them:
- Twitter bounty: For Twitter bounties, Bounty Hunters only need to submit their twitter username. At the end of the bounty campaign, our Twitter API bot tracks all tweets and retweets made by that account and will allocate a reward for the total work that has been completed.
- Facebook bounty: Similarly to the Twitter bounty, Facebook bounty submissions are also tracked by an API bot.
- Articles bounty: In the articles bounty, all submitted links are manually checked by a Bounty0x admin at the end of the campaign. Based on factors like quality and social impact, we will then allocate a reward to every submission.
- YouTube bounty: At the end of a bounty campaign, all YouTube videos are reviewed by a Bounty0x admin and will be assigned a reward based on the number of views it had.
- Reddit bounty: All Reddit posts are reviewed manually by a Bounty0x admin after the bounty campaign ends. Rewards are then distributed proportionally to the number of upvotes the post had.
- Bug bounty: Code improvements and bugs are forwarded to the development team of the project that posted this bounty. The team will then get back to us with a decision how much each submission should be rewarded with.
- Telegram bounty: In the Telegram bounty, Bounty Hunters need to submit their Telegram username. At the end of the bounty campaign, our Telegram API bot checks if a certain username has actually joined the Bounty Host's Telegram channel and will allocate a reward accordingly.