The Hacker Who Stole 600 Million Dollars of Cryptocurrency Started Returning the Coins When It Was Disclosed!
The hacker, who hacked the world's largest decentralized stock exchange (DeFi), started to return the $ 611 million worth of crypto money he stole. Hacker had to take such a step after the company called Slowmist announced that he had been identified.
Cryptocurrency markets, which are now making their investors smile, have been mixed with a shocking event in the past few days. A hacker has managed to perform the largest Defi, decentralized stock market hack to date. In the attack carried out over Poly Network, 611 million dollars of crypto money funds were stolen. Now, very strange developments have started to happen on this subject.
Cybersecurity company Slowmist, which focuses its work on Blockchain technologies, announced in a statement on the subject that the hacker who performed the $ 600 million hacking process was identified. According to the company's claims, the hacker in question had already been followed for a while, and upon the hacking attack, both his e-mail address and IP address were detected. Hacker had to take a step back on this detection.
A Token Named "Hacker Ready to Surrender" Created!
The hacker, who created a token named "hacker ready to surrender" after the allegations of Slowmist, shared this token with the authorities. The hacker, who started the return process about 7 minutes after that, returned the stolen funds. However, the process continues. The successful $611 million attacks seem to have been neutralized by this.
The hacker stole $273 million worth of Ethereum-based tokens, $253 million worth of Binance Smart Chain-based tokens, and $85 million worth of USDC, or USD Coin. Now, these crypto-assets are being returned in different amounts such as $10, $10k, and $1 million. We will see together whether the hacker will be exposed after the returns are made.