The Ethereum Foundation has informed a bug bounty program for Eth2. Payouts is up to $50,000 and it's available for hackers to point out critical vulnerabilities that could affect the protocol and its three clients: Lighthouse, Prysm, and Teku.The Ethereum Bounty Program provides rewards for bugs. The project suggests its community and all hackers help to find out bugs in the protocols and clients. Those who discover errors will join the leaderboard.
However, no weaknesses had been presented yet. It's worth mentioning that Eth2 works as intended without technical errors either during launch or several weeks into Phase 0. The statement was made two weeks before Ethereum begins its move from a Proof-of-Work to a Proof-of-Stake consensus algorithm.
This way people finding bugs will replace miners as the Proof-of-Work mechanism is disabled at a trial time in 2021 during Phase 1.5.