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Startup pays people to find out what’s bugging websites

By Administrator | 19 November 2015

"Cameron Bradley loves finding bugs. Not the creepy-crawly kind, but the sort that stop websites from functioning smoothly, and the 27-year-old is hoping other people enjoy hunting for them as much as he does, with the launch of his startup that pays internet users to report website glitches. The Bug Exchange invites people to report website malfunctions, each of which can be purchased by that website’s owner for $10. The person who spots the bug takes $5." Read More

Mark Kearney, StartUp Smart, 13 Nov 2015

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