Oct 31, 2017
Nov 30, 2017

Hacken Ecosystem is a community driven business organization created to nourish the connection between blockchain and cybersecurity communities, promote hacker ethics and encourage legitimate research of computer networks and software. Its ecosystem is supported by its own token - the Hacken - and incorporates HackenProof bug bounty marketplace, Unreported Zero-Day Remuneration Platform, Hacken Cybersecurity Startups Incubator, Cybersecurity Analytics Center and Hack-IT international conference.

Project Team
Dmytro Budorin
Co-founder and CFO
Dr. Yegor Aushev
Business development director
Nikita Knysh
White hat community director
Andrii Matiukhin
HackenProof technical director
Vladimir Taratushka
Conference director
Evgenia Broshevan
Conference manager
Olga Samoilova
Public relations manager
Lyubomyr Pavlyk
Public relations manager
Oleksii Matiiasevych
Dr. Moe Levin
Andrey Velikiy
Vasiliy Ivanov
Brad Yasar
Andrii Zamovsky
Yuriy Olentir
Artem Afyan
Den Beregovyi
Vladymyr Krakovetskiy
Gennadiy Kornev
Yacine Terai
Reuben Godfrey
Shahmeer Amir
Kevin Reddy
Token generation cap

20,000,000 HKN

Token distribution

80% Development of Hacken marketplace and other products
10% Team remuneration
7% Advisors
3% Bounty program

Tokens exchange

1 HKN = $1


1-4 Hours – 25%
Day 1-2 – 20%
Day 3-7 – 15%
Week 1-2 – 10% 

Differences from competitors

While there are some existing bug hunting marketplaces, the team views traditional cybersecurity firms providing penetration tests and security audits as its primary competitors. Unlike these firms which have limited in-house staff, Hacken is blockchain-based, decentralized and backed up by dozens (and hundreds in the future) of white-hat hackers. This offers the highest flexibility, availability and cost-efficiency on the market. The additional benefit is the utility token and the unique burning principle through which it is regulated.