Hacker returned more than $ 17 million to Cream Finance

Hacker returned more than $ 17 million to Cream Finance

The attacker who hacked the Cream Finance DeFi protocol returned 5.15 thousand Ethereum to the creators of the project (approximately $ 17.5 million at the current exchange rate). This was announced on Twitter by the analytical company PeckShield.


The Cream Finance project was compromised on August 30 this year. As a result of the attack, the project lost more than $ 18 million.


In early September, the developers of the protocol announced that they would compensate for the damage suffered by the users. The developers of Cream Finance claimed that they will allocate 20% of the collected transaction fees for damages, and are also willing to pay 10% of the stolen amount to the hacker if he returns the stolen funds.


In August, a cryptocurrency transfer company, Poly Network, was attacked by a hacker , from which more than $ 611 million were stolen. The hacker later returned all the stolen funds.

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